FAA certifies high-density Boeing 737 Max destined for Ryanair
U.S. approval clears the way for European validation of the high-density jetliner.
Boeing’s MCAS on the 737 Max may not have been needed at all
The haunting postscript to the 737 Max’s infamous flight control system.
Electric flying advances to the mainstream as Tecnam joins the race
P-VOLT project sets Italy's Tecnam on the path to becoming the first established airplane maker to...
737 Max recertification risks becoming pawn in U.S.-China fight
Deteriorating U.S., China relations loom over Boeing and its 737 Max recertification.
Boeing’s 737 Max software done, but regulators plot more changes after jet’s return
The decision to add synthetic airspeed or an equivalent system to the 737 Max comes after the company...
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.
Three Points: Not yet half-way with Max, FAA’s oversight, the quieter legacy of Apollo
Issue No. 13
The 737 Max’s return risks accidentally breaking the aviation industry
The industry is beginning to game out the potential unintended long-term consequences the events of 2019...
Japan and Mitsubishi find their path together for MRJ certification
It was once a case of the "blind leading the blind."
737 Max grounding threatens to unravel the aviation certification world order
Eschewing any divergence, the FAA plans multilateral technical review of 737 Max with NASA, nine...