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American Airlines is prepared to further delay returning the Boeing 737 Max to its schedule as regulators review the manufacturer’s safety updates before they allow the planes to fly again, a process that depends on political factors, the airline’s CEO, Doug Parker, told employees.
Airbus caps a relatively low-key Paris Air Show with more than twice as many orders as Boeing.
The pilots union for Southwest Airlines says it will ask Boeing for compensation to cover legal costs and lost income for pilots due to the 737 Max grounding.
Boeing shares climbed on Tuesday after the manufacturer of the 737 Max jets said British Airways’ parent company placed the first order for the beleaguered planes since their grounding in mid-March.
At the Paris Air Show, Airbus unveils a new jet and signs new orders with airline carriers while rival Boeing plays defense. Phil LeBeau reports from Paris.
Boeing, in the midst of defending its grounded 737 Max jets, says global demand for new airplanes is stronger than it previously thought.
The world’s biggest air show kicked off in Paris and many eyes were looking at Boeing and their rival Airbus as they both are flying in two different directions. Phil LeBeau reports.
Southwest Airlines on Thursday joined its rival American in removing the still-grounded Boeing 737 Max from its schedule through the start of September the latest sign that the the disruptions from the controversial aircraft are hitting airlines harder than expected.
Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian says it’ll likely take “longer than anyone would like it to be” for the 737 Max to return to service.
Our Phil LeBeau speaks with Boeing’s CEO about the latest on the company’s grounded 737 Max aircraft.
At LAX airport in Los Angeles, you may have notice some machines where you can send your feedback on the services and hospitality there. Jane Wells has more from LAX airport.
When you head to the airports this summer, you will see an increase amount of travelers which means much more crowded planes and airports. But, passengers are actually happy with the airlines. What’s the main factor? Phil LeBeau explains.
Aditi Roy reports on a start-up company in the Silicon Valley where they are using artificial intelligence to see that method can help improve baggage screening at airports.
Boeing CEO says company is working to regain public trust following deadly 737 Max crashes
Southwest Airlines won’t charge uneasy passengers to change flights to avoid traveling on the Boeing 737 Max if and when regulators allow the jet to take to the skies again, the airline’s chief marketing officer said Thursday.