Sunday, 24 March 2019 () An Ethiopian Airlines executive questioned whether Boeing had told pilots enough about "aggressive" software that pushes a plane's nose down, a focus of investigation into a deadly crash in Ethiopia this month.
Boeing will brief more than 200 global airline pilots, technical experts and regulators this week on software and training updates for its 737 MAX aircraft, as Ethiopian Airlines expressed confidence in the planemaker despite a recent crash. Jillian Kitchener reports.
According to Reuters, the Federal Aviation Administration met on Friday with representatives from the three major U.S. airlines that own a now grounded Boeing 737 MAX jets, to discuss two fatal crashes..
According to Business Insider, "Boeing has been through a tough month as it faces a bevy of lawsuits and investigations. However, it may have even more serious and fundamental issues to confront such..
New report shows from the moment the new Boeing jetliner took off the flight crew encountered problems. From nearly the moment they roared down the runway and... New Zealand Herald Also reported by •Seattle Times •Reuters India