Following 20 months of investigation and work the FAA approves the Boeing 737 MAX as airworthy The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has cleared the Boeing 737 MAX to fly. Key Points: FAA approves 737 MAX to flyAirworthiness approval follows a nearly two-year engineering and re-certification programRe-certification of the aircraft enables Boeing to begin handing … [Read more...] about FAA Approve the Max to Fly
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Europe awaiting the United States as it becomes the first major regulator to declare the max safe to fly. Boeing has satisfied the European aviation safety regulator (EASA) that the changes the aircraft manufacturer has made to its 737 MAX have made the aircraft safe enough to return to the region’s skies. Key Points: EASA declare the 737 MAX safe to flyA 4-week public … [Read more...] about European Regulators Approve Boeing MAX
Operated by a majority of airlines and enjoyed by millions of passengers worldwide the Boeing 737 has revolutionized air travel. The newest model of the 737 – the all new 737 MAX designed with latest technologies in airframe technology, powerplants and avionics for efficiency of operation and further improving the flight experience for passengers the all new 737 MAX is … [Read more...] about Grounded: What now for the Boeing 737 MAX?
Boeing Business Jets has launched its BBJ MAX 9 large cabin with an order from an undisclosed European customer. It’s the fifth firm order for a Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) MAX aircraft with Boeing previously booking four orders for the BBJ MAX 8 model. The first order was announced back in 2014. Boeing Business Jets President, David Longridge: “We are thrilled to announce that … [Read more...] about Boeing Business Jets Launch BBJ MAX 9
Boeing could continue producing business jet versions of the 747-8 and the 737NG for several more years, says the newly-appointed head of Boeing Business Jets, David Longridge. With the 737 Max set to replace the 737NG in 2017 and declining deliveries of the 747-8, questions have been asked about the future of the programs for both airplanes. Even though demand is still high … [Read more...] about VIP Versions of BBJ 747-8 and BBJ 737NG Could Extend Production Run