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The pilots had Boeing security fears months before the crash

Image copyright Getty Images American Airlines pilots have faced Boeing in a meeting last November regarding potential security issues in their 737 Max aircraft after the first fatal crash of 737 Max before Indonesia in October, according to audio from CBS and The New York Times. Boeing reportedly resisted their calls, but promised a software fix. However, this was not …

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Boeing 737 lands at McGhee Tyson Airport in an emergency

Share this story! Tell friends on your social network what you're reading about. Boeing 737 lands in Tennessee after a "possible mechanical problem". Delta Air Lines Flight 1417 landed safely At the airport, a crew reported a problem with the nose landing gear, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. Post to Facebook Sent! A link has been sent to your …

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Boeing shows Starliner parachute test after SpaceX hiccup

Boeing's Starliner prepared for acoustic testing in early 2019. Boeing The dream is obvious: NASA wants to launch astronauts to the US space station to end the dependence on Russian spaceships and rockets. These astronauts must also safely return to the ground, where parachute tests are used for crew capsules from Boeing and SpaceX. Boeing shared on Friday some background …

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Boeing knew the problems with 737 Max the year before the crash of Lion Air

Boeing has previously acknowledged that an alarm system, which should be a standard feature of the fleet, "was not functional in all aircraft". However, a statement released on Sunday describes a problematic timeline that shows how long some of the company were aware of the problem before finally deciding to act. In its Sunday statement, Boeing said the software problem …

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Jacksonville Airplane: Guantanamo Bay's Boeing 737 slips into a river with 143 people aboard

The plane was in shallow water and was not drowned in Jacksonville, and all live, the sheriff's office said. There were 136 passengers and seven crew members on board, and all were cleared for this flight, said Naval Air Station Jacksonville. Persons with minor injuries were treated on the spot, and those requiring additional treatment were admitted to hospital. Twenty-one …

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Boeing 737 aircraft with 143 aboard skids in the St. Johns River at Jacksonville: NPR

A plane arriving in Jacksonville, Florida slipped into the St. Johns River on Friday night. Jacksonville Sheriff's Office via Twitter Hide Caption Caption Switch Jacksonville Sheriff's Office via Twitter A plane arriving in Jacksonville, Florida, crashed into the St. Johns River on Friday night. Jacksonville Sheriff's Office via Twitter A Boeing 737 arriving at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, at the Naval …

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Naval Air Station Jacksonville: A Boeing 737 aircraft from Guantanamo Bay in Cuba left the runway for the St. Johns River on Friday

"I have been informed that all lives have been settled," tweeted the mayor. The plane is in shallow water and not submerged, and all live, said the sheriff's office in Jacksonville. The plane slipped off a runway into the St. Johns River at 09:40. ET, a spokesman for Naval Air Station Jacksonville said. It seems that the runway of the …

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Changes to the Boeing 787 Dreamliner are anchored in the US FAA policy

By Eric M. Johnson SEATTLE (Reuters) – The US Federal Aviation Administration announced Wednesday that it had offered new flight control software and parts for the Boeing Co's 787 Dreamliner to buy one "unsafe operating condition" of certain products to tackle on the plane. The FAA Airworthiness Directive for Aircraft Operators makes compelling changes that Boeing has stated in the …

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$ 1 Billion Surprise by Boeing – The Boeing Company (NYSE: BA)

The topic of the Boeing (BA) postponed production record in the Dreamliner program is very interesting. The free cash flow will always be more interesting to assess the overall performance of Boeing. However, the burnup of the Boeing 787 in terms of reduced production costs and unamortized tooling costs is important and interesting for two reasons. The first is that …

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A deeply wounded Boeing faces the shareholders ready to fight

The shareholders have a lot to complain about. The company's stock lost 10% of its value following the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines aircraft on 10th March, the company's second best aircraft crash. A Lion Air 737 Max crashed in October under similar circumstances. The second crash led to a worldwide grounding of 737 Max in the last month. Boeing …

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