Credit: DAE GroupAs the one-year mark of the Boeing 737 MAX grounding nears, airlines and lessors have to decide whether they want to make use of an upcoming opportunity to cancel orders for the aircraft.
Credit: Rob FinlaysonThe French BEA’s investigation report on a serious incident that injured 10 occupants of a Transavia-operated Boeing 737-800 is singling out a lack of up-to-date weather information as a cause and calls for research in detecting clear air turbulence (CAT).
Credit: BoeingAmerican Airlines’ net profit improved by 27% to $403 million in the final quarter of 2019, as a strong holiday performance helped offset growing costs from the ongoing Boeing 737 MAX grounding.
Credit: EmbraerThe European Commission (EC) has again stopped the clock in the ongoing investigation of the proposed commercial aircraft joint venture between Boeing and Embraer, while key airlines and lessors now favor the transaction.
Credit: Wuhan Tianhe International AirportAs part of efforts to curb the Wuhan coronavirus, the Chinese central government has begun to isolate the city and close all public transport nodes, including airports and train stations.
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