Three Points: A321XLRs for United, 737 Max checklist testing, hairy landings, Dubai Air Show redux
Issue No. 21
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.
The DC-10, 737 Max and the struggle to polish a tarnished airplane
What really happened to McDonnell Douglas and the DC-10 after it returned to service following its 1979...
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...
Three Points: Mass shootings & plane crashes, Neeleman on TAP, Azul and Moxy, Boeing and the FAA
Issue No. 14
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...
Three Points: More months of Max, Spirit’s Belfast necessity, Embraer & Gulfstream’s 600s
Issue No. 9