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Boeing splits chief executive and chairman into separate positions

The Boeing board has appointed its independent lead director David Calhoun as non-executive chairman, splitting the chairman and chief executive roles that were both previously held by Dennis Muilenburg.

Boeing expects staggered return to service for 737 MAX

Boeing chief executive Dennis Muilenburg says a "phased un-grounding" of the 737 MAX by regulators around the world is a possibility.

Boeing on track to submit 737 MAX software fix by September: CEO

Boeing chief executive Dennis Muilenburg says the company is on track to submit its final software update for the grounded 737 MAX to the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) by September.

Boeing CEO hopeful 737 MAX will be in the air by the end of 2019

Boeing chief executive Dennis Muilenburg says the grounded fleet of 737 MAXes could be back in the air by the end of 2019.

Boeing defends deactivation of safety feature in 737 MAX

The blowtorch was turned on Boeing at its annual general meeting on Monday (US time) after details emerged over the weekend about the deactivation of an optional safety feature on its 737 MAX jets that might have alerted pilots to malfunctions in angel of attack (AOA) sensors. US carrier Southwest Airlines released a statement in

Boeing has made 96 flights testing 737 MAX software update: CEO

Boeing has made 96 flights totaling a little over 159 hours testing a software update for the 737 MAX's anti-stall feature, chief executive Dennis Muilenburg says.


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