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Australia Ungrounded The Boeing 737 MAX

Australia Ungrounded The Boeing 737 MAX

On Friday, Australia joined the list of countries that ungrounded the Boeing 737 MAX. The move comes as Boeing awaits China’s stance. Graeme Crawford, acting chief of Australia’s Civil Aviation Authority, released a statement about the 737 MAX. He said the authority...
737 MAX Gets Canadian Approval To Return To Service

737 MAX Gets Canadian Approval To Return To Service

On Monday, Canadian authorities announced that Boeing’s 737 MAX will be able to enter service again on Wednesday the 20th of January. We got an inkling that this development was due, last week. Canadian airlines were stepping up their preparations to return their 737...
Boeing Pay $2.5bn Settlement To 737 MAX Criminal Probe

Boeing Pay $2.5bn Settlement To 737 MAX Criminal Probe

Today the US Justice Department announced that the Boeing company will pay over $2.5 Billion in a 737 MAX criminal settlement. This is to resolve the Department’s investigation into the two deadly crashes of the aircraft, before its current modification programme....
American Airlines Flies The MAX And Hardly Anyone Cares

American Airlines Flies The MAX And Hardly Anyone Cares

In a move they announced nearly two months earlier, American Airlines became the first US carrier to fly the 737 MAX. And the third world-wide. American Airlines had announced their schedule for bringing the MAX back into service very early. From the end of September,...
Narrowbodies Getting Narrower: The Airbus A220

Narrowbodies Getting Narrower: The Airbus A220

Originally meant to be a challenger to Boeing and Airbus, the A220 line of narrowbodies has now become the ace up Airbus’ sleeve, in a troubled market. But it is also internal competition, in a way. In 2011, when Boeing announced that they would develop a re-engined...