Tag: FAA


Boeing Efforts to Improve Safety Fall Short, FAA Panel Says

February 26, 2024

Via: The Wall Street Journal

Boeing’s push to improve its safety culture after two 737 MAX crashes is falling short, according to a panel tasked with reviewing the plane maker’s practices following the accidents. The independent panel established by the Federal Aviation Administration found a […]

Industries, Others

Boeing jumps 6% after its 737 Max plane receives FAA approval to fly again

November 18, 2020

Via: Markets Insider

Boeing reached a big milestone on Wednesday after the Federal Aviation Administration officially approved the ungrounding of the 737 MAX airplane. The move came 20 months after the initial grounding in March 2019 following two deadly crashes that shook both […]

Industries, Others

A malfunctioning 737 Max warning light could cost Boeing millions in new FAA fines

February 21, 2020

Via: Fortune

Boeing Co. engineers discovered in 2017 that a software glitch had rendered a warning light on the newly introduced 737 Max inoperable on 80% of the planes. But the company chose not to fix it or to inform U.S. regulators. […]