Monday July 15, 2019
Facebook Twitter Linkedin Linkedin Linkedin Linkedin
color for Some Kenyan families reject Boeing’s compensation for crash
Travelweek

boeing

Some Kenyan families reject Boeing’s compensation for crash

Fifteen Kenyan families of people killed in a plane crash in Ethiopia in March have rejected a proposal by Boeing to compensate them, saying they will pursue their claims in court.
Read more

Boeing to pay US$100 million to crash families, communities

Boeing says it will provide US$100 million over several years to help families and communities affected by two crashes of its 737 Max plane that killed 346 people.
Read more

Boeing airliner deliveries tumble amid problems with 737 Max

With the 737 Max jet still grounded after two deadly crashes, deliveries of new Boeing jets are falling far behind last year's pace.
Read more

Boeing wanted to wait 3 years to fix safety alert on 737 Max

Boeing planned to wait three years to fix a non-working safety alert on its 737 Max aircraft and sped up the process only after the first of two deadly crashes involving the planes.
Read more

Boeing warns of potential wing problems in some 737 aircraft

Boeing is telling some airlines flying its 737 model to replace a part on the planes’ wings, a move that could affect more than 100 aircraft.
Read more

Aviation regulators and airlines to meet today over 737 MAX outcome

MONTREAL — Many of the world’s top aviation executives will attend two separate meetings today to discuss the fate of Boeing’s 737 MAX aircraft. Airline representatives, including those from Air Canada, American Airlines and United Airlines, will be convening in Montreal for a private meeting with the International Air Transport Association (IATA). Of IATA’s 290 […]
Read more

Boeing finishes software update for grounded airliner

Boeing says it has finished with its updates to the flight-control software implicated in two deadly crashes involving its 737 Max, moving a step closer to getting the plane back in the sky.
Read more

FAA chief defends handling of Boeing Max safety approval

The acting chief of the Federal Aviation Administration defended his agency's safety certification of the Boeing 737 Max jetliner, the plane involved in two deadly crashes, and the FAA's decision not to ground the jet until other regulators around the world had already done so.
Read more

FAA chief faces questioning over Boeing 737 Max airliner

With Congress stepping up its investigation into the troubled Boeing 737 Max airliner and how it passed regulatory safety checks, the head of the Federal Aviation Administration will appear before a House aviation panel.
Read more

Boeing has flown 130+ 737 Max test flights with software update

The CEO of Ethiopian Airlines says his airline might never fly the Boeing 737 Max again, and if it does, it will wait until other carriers use the plane first.
Read more
“We believe we have made it very clear what is within the airline’s control”: Garneau
We-believe-we-have-made-it-very-clear-what-is-within-the-airlines-control-and-what-is-not-Garneau
The new air passenger bill of rights, the first phase effective today, relies on some level of common sense on the part...
Air Italy opens Toronto-Milan sales for summer 2020
Air-Italy-opens-Toronto-Milan-sales-for-summer-2020_v2
Air Italy says all of the routes in its current summer season will be back for next year’s summer season, starting...
Alaska and glamping new for Contiki’s 2019-2020 USA program
Contiki has unveiled its new USA & Canada program for 2019-20.
4X ACV&ME points up for grabs with AMResorts bookings
Starting today and running through July 28 Air Canada Vacations is offering agents the opportunity to earn 4X ACV&ME...
View all News






Get travel news right to your inbox!