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.
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...
Pilot procedure confusion adds new complication to Boeing 737 Max return
Final approvals slipping into February.
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...
Three Points: Boeing finishes MCAS software, Europe’s crumbing airlines, Beijing Daxing & the H-20
Issue No. 18
Three Points: Not yet half-way with Max, FAA’s oversight, the quieter legacy of Apollo
Issue No. 13
Three Points: Cape Air as electric market-maker, A321neo pitch-up issue, tallying Max’s financial toll
Issue No. 12
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."
Three Points: AA and Max trust re-building (without Boeing), Raytheon/UTC, Flight Sim 2020
Issue No. 6
Three Points: NYT, AGM on MAX, distance runners, de Havilland reborn
Issue No. 5