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The Boeing 737 Max won’t return to service at Southwest Airlines until February at the earliest, the union that represents the airline’s pilots said.
Boeing’s CEO is stripped of his chairman’s role as Boeing moves more aggressively to resolve the major challenges facing the company. Phil LeBeau reports.
The worldwide grounding of the Boeing 737 Max, now in its eighth month, is driving up costs for airlines as they cancel thousands more flights into 2020.
United Airlines on Friday joined other U.S. carriers in scrapping Boeing 737 Max plans to return to service until January, cancelling hundreds more flights as the worldwide grounding from two fatal crashes enters its eighth month, forcing airlines to cancel hundreds of flights.
Strong travel demand, particularly from high-paying passengers, boosted Delta Air Lines’ revenue and profits in the third quarter, but costs are on the rise, pressuring the carrier’s stock on Thursday.
American Airlines pulled the Boeing 737 Max from its schedules until mid-January, delaying its return longer than any U.S. airline, as the prolonged grounding of the troubled plane disrupts year-end holiday travel.
The U.S. announced tariffs on Airbus planes after winning a World Trade Organization dispute over subsidies received by the aircraft manufacturer, and travelers may end up paying higher airfare as a result.
Willem Marx reports from Brussels with Europe’s response from the latest tariffs the U.S. imposed on the European Union.
The United States will be imposing tariffs on imports from the European Union. Kayla Tausche explains why.
The U.S. will impose tariffs on European Union goods following a victory at the World Trade Organization, according to senior officials from the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.
Phil LeBeau joins us on the show to talk about how Boeing’s CEO is adding safety protocols as well as the General Motors and UAW strike entering into its third week.
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg will testify before House lawmakers next month in what will be his first public hearing since two fatal crashes of the company’s popular 737 Max jets.
Phil LeBeau joins us on the show to talk about the latest on both Boeing with the NTSB report and GM’s labor talks with the UAW.
Federal safety investigators on Thursday said Boeing overestimated how well pilots could handle to a flurry of alerts when things go wrong on its 737 Max planes, which have been grounded since March after two fatal crashes killed a total of 346 people.
Boeing settled lawsuits on some of the victims of the 737 Max crashes which is separate from the millions of dollars the company agreed to pay out in a victim’s compensation fund. Phil LeBeau has more for us.