Three Points: 737 Max recertification trials, Comac’s ARJ21 hat trick, Airbus autonomous landings
Issue No. 29
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...
The Mitsubishi SpaceJet — as we know it today — is dead
From the perspective of its corporate parent, the SpaceJet was no longer a parallel strategy, so much as...
FAA Administrator outlines final gantlet to return 737 Max to service
In Singapore, Steve Dickson mapped out what's left for Boeing to do.
Pilot procedure confusion adds new complication to Boeing 737 Max return
Final approvals slipping into February.
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'.