Boeing 737 Max re-certification likely to slide into 2020, Ryanair model faces new ‘design issue’
A “slight and decreasing” chance that the FAA will clear the 737 Max for U.S. service in 2019.
Transport Canada safety official urges removal of MCAS from 737 Max
Removing MCAS from the 737 Max is "how to get some confidence back to us all that we as Authorities can...
FAA pushes back on “pressure” to return Boeing 737 Max to service
"The FAA fully controls the approval process," wrote Dickson.
Emergency Autoland puts Garmin on the bleeding edge of autonomous flying
Designing and certifying automated systems in the era of the 737 Max.
New document in 737 Max investigation points to chaos, pressure in MCAS development
November 2016 message exchange between 737 Max technical pilots calls system behavior 'egregious'.
Searching for 40-year old lessons for Boeing in the grounding of the DC-10
An eerily similar crash in Chicago 40-years ago holds lessons for Boeing and the 737 Max that...
Checklists come into focus as pace-setter for 737 Max return
The certification flight to validate the changes to the 737 Max have been pushed into November at the...
FAA and Boeing initially disagreed on severity of “catastrophic” 737 Max software glitch
“When fixing an aircraft you don’t want to design in the next crash."
Vestigial design issue clouds 737 Max crash investigations
A 53-year old idiosyncrasy in the 737's design is expected to become a focus of the inquests.
Boeing details changes to MCAS and training for 737 Max
For the second time in six years, Boeing is forced to defend the safety of one of its airplanes after it...