Global  

Celebrating 10 Years of Trusted News Discovery
One News Page
> > >

U.S. FAA Will Not Ground The Boeing 737 MAX

Video Credit: Wochit News - Duration: 00:38s - Published < > Embed
U.S. FAA Will Not Ground The Boeing 737 MAX

U.S. FAA Will Not Ground The Boeing 737 MAX

On Tuesday the Federal Aviation Administration said it will not ground the Boeing 737 MAX that has been involved in two fatal crashes since October despite a growing number of countries ordering the planes to stop flying.

Reuters reports that acting FAA Administrator Dan Elwell said its “review shows no systemic performance issues and provides no basis to order grounding the aircraft.” He added that no foreign civil aviation authorities have “provided data to us that would warrant action.”

0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 

U.S. FAA Will Not Ground The Boeing 737 MAX

A NOV.

5, 2018, FILE PHOTO BC-APFN-AF--Ethiopia-Plane Crash and related stories STAND ALONE STAND-ALONE PHOTO PHOTO TAKEN MONDAY, DEC.

7, 2015.

STAND ALONE



Recent related news from verified sources

Boeing says it encouraged the FAA to temporarily ban its 737 Max planes (BA)

Boeing says it encouraged the FAA to temporarily ban its 737 Max planes (BA)** · *Boeing recommended that the Federal Aviation Administration temporarily ban its 737 Max...
Business Insider - Published Also reported by •Gothamist


Elected officials are calling on the US government to ground the Boeing 737 max 8 after the plane was involved in 2 deadly crashes (BA)

Elected officials are calling on the US government to ground the Boeing 737 max 8 after the plane was involved in 2 deadly crashes (BA)** · *Several US senators and representatives have called on the FAA to ground the Boeing 737 max...
Business Insider - Published Also reported by •WorldNews


FAA Says Boeing 737 MAX Planes Airworthy, To Mandate Design Changes

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration or FAA has issued a continued airworthiness notification for...
RTTNews - Published Also reported by •cbs4.com


News Brief: FAA Grounds 737 Max, Mueller Team Member Leaves

The FAA has grounded all Boeing 737 Max aircraft in the U.S. as investigators probe the cause of the...
NPR - Published

U.S. Lawmakers Call To Ground The Boeing 737 MAX 8. FAA Says 'No' For Now

Sens. Warren, Cruz and Romney among lawmakers who want the FAA to ground Boeing's series of jets...
NPR - Published Also reported by •Reuters


Boeing, FAA employees told to retain 737 Max jet certification documents

Boeing's pilot training is under scrutiny, as investigators analyze data from the Ethiopian Airlines...
CBS News - Published


You Might Like


Tweets about this

RD_Mullin

R. David Mullin "We have a real problem here, and its resolution will require accurate, careful and probably very technical analysi… https://t.co/QuSnwAr6sp 1 hour ago

Chemical_Plant_

JT @2032vision >The FAA said the changes will “provide reduced reliance on procedures associated with required pilot m… https://t.co/VghoR8gHyX 1 hour ago

presidentaso

ASO President Shame on Boeing. It would appear that they had a good idea all along about the problems. It shouldn't have required… https://t.co/oJ7QjwSKda 2 hours ago

aviationtz

Aviation Tanzania JUST IN: President Trump announces the US will issue an emergency order to ground all Boeing 737 Max 8 and Max 9 pl… https://t.co/9DM3EAwnhn 3 hours ago

SuzieG888

Suzanne Giraud RT @Mike02963693: @SuzieG888 "However, Beijing is piling on anyway against Boeing and pushing nations around the world to ground the 737 Ma… 3 hours ago

FlightDreamz

Kevin "We have a real problem here, and its resolution will require accurate, careful and probably very technical analysi… https://t.co/NupvSrkn0T 4 hours ago

SantosR45387799

Santosr36 RT @AndrewPollackFL: Just one plane crash in a foreign country for our government to #FixIt. At home our government continues to drag its… 4 hours ago

Kevitar

Kevin O'Brien @BoeingCEO - I am incensed at the report you asked Trump not to ground the 737 Max 8. I am hoping that this will be… https://t.co/d0xSpeWOgH 7 hours ago


Recent related videos from verified sources

Ethiopian Crash Crew's Voices May Unlock High-stakes Boeing Inquiry [Video]Ethiopian Crash Crew's Voices May Unlock High-stakes Boeing Inquiry

According to Reuters, The investigation into the final minutes of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 turned on Tuesday to the secrets in the cockpit voice recorder as Boeing and a shaken global aviation..

Credit: Wochit     Duration: 00:54Published

Feds Tell Boeing, FAA To Retain Records In 737 Max Jetliner [Video]Feds Tell Boeing, FAA To Retain Records In 737 Max Jetliner

After similarities between the two deadly crashes, within months of each other, questions are emerging about how the jetliner was safe enough to fly. Federal agents told Chicago-based Boeing and the..

Credit: CBS 2 Chicago     Duration: 02:05Published

Canada Re-Examining Boeing 737 MAX Approval After FAA Certification Probe [Video]Canada Re-Examining Boeing 737 MAX Approval After FAA Certification Probe

According to Reuters, Canadian Transport Minister Marc Garneau said that Transport Canada is re-examining the validation it gave Boeing Co’s 737 MAX jets, following reports of a U.S. probe into the..

Credit: Wochit News     Duration: 00:33Published

Boeing Shares Drop After New Report From Ethiopia [Video]Boeing Shares Drop After New Report From Ethiopia

According to Business Insider, Boeing shares lost another 3-percent after Ethiopian authorities said a recent plane crash had similarities to another crash five months ago. Two Boeing 737 Max aircraft..

Credit: Wochit Business     Duration: 00:39Published

Environmentally friendly: One News Page is hosted on servers powered solely by renewable energy
© 2019 One News Page Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
About us  |  Contact us  |  Disclaimer  |  Press Room  |  Terms & Conditions  |  Content Accreditation
 RSS  |  News for my Website  |  Free news search widget  |  In the News  |  DMCA / Content Removal  |  Privacy & Data Protection Policy
How are we doing? FeedbackSend us your feedback  |   LIKE us on Facebook   FOLLOW us on Twitter  •  FOLLOW us on Pinterest
One News® is a registered trademark of One News Page Ltd.