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Alaska Airlines Gets More 737 MAX Aircraft In Its Fleet!

Alaska Airlines Gets More 737 MAX Aircraft In Its Fleet!

Less than a week after the FAA ungrounded the aircraft, Alaska Airlines becomes the first carrier to add more MAX aircraft to its fleet. The move adds a lot of confidence in the troubled jet, but no new sales for Boeing. The airline has agreed to lease 13 new MAX-9...
US – China Trade War: Firms With Military Ties?

US – China Trade War: Firms With Military Ties?

The US government may be about to declare that 89 companies in China have military ties. These companies would then face restrictions on what they can purchase from the United States. The US list, according to Reuters, includes multiple aerospace companies, among them...
FAA Recertifies The​ Boeing 737 MAX!

FAA Recertifies The​ Boeing 737 MAX!

After two devastating accidents and almost 20 months on the ground, Boeing’s 737 MAX, the latest variant of their most prolific aircraft ever, can begin to fly again. The FAA’s announcement comes as a relief to both the manufacturer and to many airlines. “We’ve done...
FAA Recertifies The​ Boeing 737 MAX!

Boeing White Tail MAX Aircraft Looking For Buyers

With the impending return of the certification for the MAX, Boeing is talking with Southwest and others, to find homes for ‘white tail’ aircraft. A ‘white tail’ aircraft is one that goes through the production line without a fixed buyer. Usually,...
Ryanair Summer Recovery Predictions Improve

Ryanair Summer Recovery Predictions Improve

In a positive note, Ryanair’s Chief Executive Michael O’Leary says he expects industry recovery to “some degree of normality” next summer. Speaking at an on-line conference, he described the latest developments as fit for “reasonable optimism”. Ryanair’s...