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Ethiopian Crash Report Indicates Pilots Followed Boeing's Emergency Procedures

At a news conference on Thursday, Dagmawit Moges, Ethiopia's minister of transportation, said the flight crew had "performed all the procedures, repeatedly, provided by the manufacturer, but were not able to control the aircraft." The report, which could change in the coming months when it's completed, does not rule out the potential for pilot error in the Ethiopian crash. "They …

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Boeing's CEO recognizes that bad data played a role in 737 Max crashes

The Ethiopian plane, which crashed just six minutes after the start of Addis Ababa, followed a similar flight pattern to a Lion Air flight that crashed in the Indonesian Java Sea, killing all 189 passengers and crew in October. The pilots of both aircraft apparently had problems gaining control of the aircraft after an automated flight control system called MCAS …

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Boeing's Fix for 737 MAX will take additional weeks

Boeing announced last week that it would submit the update to the FAA, and it gathered hundreds of industry representatives at Seattle facilities last Wednesday to demonstrate the software changes. But the FAA said on Monday that the company has completed "extra work". "The FAA expects to receive the final Boeing software package for FAA approval in the coming weeks," …

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Southwest Airlines says Boeing's 737 Max Primers affect sales

The airline warned investors on Wednesday that they had canceled 9,400 flights due to the weather and the dispute with the mechanics, in addition to the Boeing aircraft of the 737 Max aircraft. Southwest said that the number of seats it will sell this quarter will be much lower than expected, with fewer planes flying. It said 2,800 of the …

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Boeing's uncovered test flight for NASA may be delayed until August

Boeing has delayed its first unmanned test flight under the NASA Commercial Crew program, according to sources allegedly aware of the matter. The delay would be the last in a series of setbacks affecting the Space Agency program. By contrast, competitor SpaceX successfully completed its first unlicensed test flight in early March, making it a milestone ahead of Boeing. READ: …

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Boeing's NASA moon rocket: billions over budget, short stakes

Technicians at NASA's Michoud assembly facility in New Orleans deployed the largest structure-building hardware for the Space Launch System in December. (N / A / NASA) Two weeks ago, Boeing executives arrived at NASA headquarters. The rocket they built for NASA was behind schedule and billions of dollars over budget. Even worse, it would by no means be ready for …

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Where is Crew Dragon's first flight? Boeing's Starliner?

<! – In a video promoting Boeing's spaceship Starliner, the words "Your Ride Is Here" are prominently placed. The statement suggests that Starliner is prepared and ready to send crews to the ISS – but is that it? -> Jason Rhian 19. March 2019 Representation of the Boeing CST-100 Starliner artist near the International Space Station. Photo credits: James Vaughan …

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Boeing's "loyal Wingman" drone can fly alongside piloted aircraft

Boeing's Airpower Teaming System (pictured above) is intended to fly alongside piloted aircraft. Boeing Boeing does not need a pilot to be your wingman. The airline has unveiled a new unmanned drone that uses AI to fly alongside piloted aircraft, which is referred to as a "loyal wingman" for military operations. While the ATS was only shown as a model, …

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