Boeing heads to court to oppose release of 737 Max documents

Business Feb 20, 2020

Boeing heads to court to oppose release of 737 Max documents

Boeing Co. heads to court on Wednesday to dispute a request from lawyers representing victims of a 737 Max crash for documents related to the aircraft's design, development and two fatal disasters involving the now-grounded plane. Chicago-based Boeing faces around 100 lawsuits by families of ...

Boeing scores no January orders for first time since 1962

Business Feb 12, 2020

Boeing scores no January orders for first time since 1962

Boeing Co. booked no new orders for airplanes last month, the first time it has come up empty-handed in January since 1962, as the U.S. plane-maker's once best-selling jet, the 737 Max, remained grounded following two fatal crashes. The airplane maker, struggling with a crisis ...

Coronavirus clips wings of Asia's biggest air show

Business Feb 11, 2020

Coronavirus clips wings of Asia's biggest air show

Asia's biggest air show opens in Singapore Tuesday under the shadow of a deadly coronavirus outbreak that has prompted dozens of companies to withdraw and threatens to hammer the aviation industry. The biennial Singapore Airshow attracts hundreds of global aerospace firms and airlines to the ...

No injuries as Russian jetliner crash-lands on belly

World Feb 10, 2020

No injuries as Russian jetliner crash-lands on belly

A Russian plane carrying 100 people crash-landed on its belly in the north of the country after problems with its landing gear Sunday, the company and officials said, adding no one was seriously hurt. The Utair Boeing 737 was buffeted by a sudden change in ...