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26 MAR 2020

Bombardier shuts Canadian assembly lines over COVID-19


Bombardier said Tuesday it will halt its aircraft and trains assembly lines in Canada after Quebec and Ontario ordered all non-essential businesses shut to stem the coronavirus pandemic.The measure was to take effect at ... More
26 MAR 2020

Boeing CEO sees fresh demand in China for planes


Boeing has begun talks with China over new plane orders as the country emerges from the economic shutdown caused by the coronavirus, Boeing Chief Executive David Calhoun said Tuesday."Already China's returning," Calhoun said in ... More
10 MAR 2020

BA says axes Italy flights for Tuesday


British Airways said it has cancelled its flights to Italy on Tuesday after the country implemented a lockdown to control the deadly coronavirus epidemic.Asked by AFP to confirm reports that it had axed all ... More
09 MAR 2020

Boeing training on 737 MAX 'inadequate': Ethiopia crash report


Ethiopia's probe of last year's Ethiopian Airlines crash found that Boeing did not provide sufficient training for the 737 MAX and that crucial flight software was flawed, according to an interim report published Monday.The ... More
09 MAR 2020

US regulators will force Boeing to rewire 737 MAX jets: report


US aviation regulators plan to require Boeing to rewire all 737 MAX aircraft before allowing the troubled planes fly again, the Wall Street Journal has reported.The MAX has been grounded worldwide since an Ethiopian ... More
09 MAR 2020
Congress blasts Boeing missteps, FAA blunders on 737 MAX, calls for reform

Congress blasts Boeing missteps, FAA blunders on 737 MAX, calls for reform


Boeing made missteps and withheld information about the 737 MAX while federal regulators failed to provide proper oversight, leading to a "fundamentally flawed" aircraft ... More
26 FEB 2020

Japan's ANA says to buy 20 more Boeing 787 Dreamliners


Japan's ANA Holdings said Tuesday it will buy 20 new Boeing 787-10 and 787-9 aircraft, with the planes expected to go into service between 2022 and 2025.The order will be made up of 11 ... More
13 FEB 2020

Airbus reports a net loss of 1.36 billion euros in 2019


Airbus on Thursday reported a net loss of 1.36 billion euros in 2019 after being hit by a 3.6-billion-euro fine over a bribery scandal and extra development costs for the A400M transport aircraft.The firm ... More
13 FEB 2020

Boeing sounds alarm about virus impact on aviation


Boeing issued a stark warning Wednesday about the impact of the deadly coronavirus outbreak, saying there was "no question" it would hammer the aviation industry and the broader economy.The virus has killed more than ... More
13 FEB 2020

Boeing reports no new jet orders in January


Boeing reported Tuesday no new plane orders in January and a drop in jet deliveries as the protracted grounding of the 737 MAX continued to weigh on the company.The aerospace giant booked orders for ... More
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