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Boeing halts MAX deliveries, reports sixth straight quarterly loss

Boeing has announced it will officially halt future deliveries on its embattled 737 MAX jets until it has resolved the numerous electrical faults that have been located within the jet’s cockpit. Simultaneously, the US Federal Aviation Administration officially released its airworthiness directive stipulating the grounding of 109 in-service 737 MAX jets around the world, in

Air Force One project again embroiled in lawsuit

GDC Technics, a subcontractor hired by Boeing to complete the interior fitout on the new Air Force One aircraft, has filed a countersuit against Boeing seeking over $20 million, after the US planemaker cancelled its contract and launched its own suit. Earlier this month, World of Aviation reported that Boeing cancelled its contract and filed

Boeing books nearly 200 orders, 29 deliveries in March

Boeing has announced it delivered 29 aircraft in March 2021, and received a total of 196 orders for new aircraft in the month. The 737 MAX made up a majority of March’s gross orders, including the previously announced Southwest deal for 100 737 MAX jets, as well as private investment firm 777 Partners’ order for

Dozens of 737 MAX jets grounded for inspection over possible electrical faults

Airlines have been forced to ground dozens of Boeing 737 MAX jets due to newly located production problems resulting in possible electrical faults, according to Boeing and the US Federal Aviation Administration. About 90 737 MAX jets across 16 airlines are reportedly affected by the grounding order, which pertains to certain aircraft that were built

Confirmed: Southwest to purchase 100 737 MAX jets in major win for Boeing

A triple-digit sale of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft to US-based Southwest Airlines has now been confirmed, making it the largest MAX deal Boeing has secured since the global grounding order was lifted on the jet in November 2020. The deal also includes options for an additional 155 MAX aircraft. With the addition of these new

Boeing resumes 787 Dreamliner deliveries after more than four months

Boeing has officially resumed deliveries on its 787 Dreamliner widebodies following a slew of quality control inspections, making it the first time Boeing has completed a 787 delivery since October. After more than four months of halted deliveries, the planemaker officially delivered one Dreamliner to US airline United Airlines on Friday. A Boeing spokesperson later


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