Lion Air CEO says possible will cancel Boeing 737 MAX orders
Thursday, 6 December 2018 () Indonesia's Lion Air is considering cancelling orders for Boeing Co 737 MAX jets following a crash that killed 189 people in October but has not yet made a decision, the airline's CEO Edward Sirait said on Thursday.
According to Reuters, Lion Air may cancel future airplane purchases from Boeing Co. The Indonesian airline and airplane manufacturer's relations have worsened in a disagreement over who is responsible..
Business Insider reports that Southwest Airlines has added a new safety device to its fleet of Boeing 737 Max planes. Southwest said it has activated the new "Angle of Attack" (AOA) indicators on its..
Boeing is weighing plans to launch a software upgrade for its 737 MAX in six to eight weeks that would help address a scenario faced by the Lion Air crew during the deadly crash in Indonesia, according..
Boeing has been facing mounting pressure over the Indonesia airplane disaster, CNN reports. The owner of the doomed jet joined a US pilots' group in alleging the company failed to warn pilots about the..
Boeing limited pilot-training requirements for the antistall system investigators believe played a role in the crash of Lion Air Flight 610, and omitted details... Wall Street Journal - BusinessAlso reported by •Reuters