Tag: 737 MAX

BOEING FIRES ITS CEO DENNIS MUILENBURG

Boeing has fired its CEO Dennis Muilenburg

SEATTLE – Boeing has fired its chief executive Dennis Muilenburg on Monday. The CEO’s handling of the aircraft manufacturer’s 737 MAX crisis had angered airlines, lawmakers, regulators and victims’ families. Muilenburg is held responsible for the company’s worst crisis in its 103-year history, since two 737 MAX aircraft crashed in October 2018 in Indonesia and

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BOEING WILL TEMPORARY HALT PRODUCTION OF TROUBLED 737 MAX IN JANUARY

Boeing halts production of 737 MAX

SEATTLE – In January Boeing will temporarily halt production of its troubled 737 Max aircraft, the aircraft manufacturer said. Production of the aircraft had continued despite of the aircraft type being grounded worldwide for 9 months after 2 fatal accidents. As a result Airlines must therefore cut their network and no new aircraft will be

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AIR CANADA AND SOUTHWEST ARE REMOVING BOEING 737 MAX FLIGHTS FROM SCHEDULE TILL EARLY 2020

Air Canada will not fly Boeing 737 MAX until 2020

MONTREAL, CANADA – Air Canada, Canada’s flagship carrier, has given up hopes to resume its flights with the Boeing 737 MAX in 2019. Air Canada announced it will remove 737 MAX flights from its schedule until at least early January, 2020. Earlier on July 25, Southwest also removed 737 MAX flights from its schedule till

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THE IMPACT OF THE BOEING 737 MAX GROUNDING

SEATTLE, WA – KING 5 Aviation Specialist Glenn Farley explains in this video how the lack of 737 deliveries is impacting American Airlines and other airlines in the world. It looks like it’s going to take more time for Boeing to fix the software problems of the 737 MAX. The 737 MAX could be grounded until the

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AERIALS OF GROUNDED BOEING 737 MAX AIRCRAFT AT SEATTLE’S BOEING FIELD

BOEING FIELD/RENTON FACTORY, SEATTLE, WA – Aerial footage from Seattle’s King 5 News show a sad sight; dozens of Boeing 737 Max aircraft remain grounded at Boeing Field and Renton Factory in Seattle on Tuesday July 9, four months after the second deadly crash with the 737 MAX in Ethiopia. The grounded 737 MAX aircraft

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