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Uber was stripped of its license to operate in London on Monday by the city’s transport regulator, which cited a “pattern of failures” that “placed passenger safety and security at risk.
American plane-maker Boeing chalked its second Dreamliner order at the Dubai Air Show on Tuesday, announcing a sale of three of its 787-9 Dreamliners to the Republic of Ghana.
Phil LeBeau reports on how Boeing is seeing new orders stalled of its 737 MAX where some airline companies are even switching to other models.
On Monday, the Dow closes at a record and for that you could thank Boeing which expects to resume deliveries of its 737 MAX next month. Phil LeBeau has more for us.
An American Airlines flight slid off a runway “due to icy conditions” at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport on Monday, the company said.
The union that represents the roughly 17,000 Southwest Airlines flight attendants is considering suing Boeing over lost pay in the protracted grounding of the 737 Max, a union official said Wednesday.
Boeing’s embattled CEO expressed regret Wednesday over not grounding its 737 Max planes after the first deadly crash a year ago and said the company would more readily ground planes in the event of future problems.
Boeing’s CEO is getting a vote of confidence from the company’s new chairman. Phil LeBeau has more for us.
Boeing can handle the settlements it’s likely to pay to airlines over the forced grounding of its 737 Max jet, the company’s new chairman told CNBC on Tuesday.
Dozens of older Boeing 737 planes have been grounded worldwide after inspectors found cracks in a part that connects wings to fuselages, the manufacturer said.
On his second day at Capitol Hill, Boeing’s CEO Dennis Muilenburg got grilled by lawmakers as they slammed him this time for his $30 million salary. Phil LeBeau has more for us.
A Boeing engineer was concerned that the troubled 737 Max, years before it came to market, had a flight-control system that lacked sufficient safeguards, according to a document released Wednesday during a House questioning of the manufacturer’s CEO following two fatal crashes of the jetliners.
Boeing’s CEO apologizes and admits his company made mistakes as he was skewered by lawmakers on the crashes involving the 737 MAX. Phil LeBeau has more for us from Washington, D.C.
Boeing executives told lawmakers on Tuesday that they made mistakes developing the 737 Max plane, grounded worldwide after two crashes killed 346 people.
Phil LeBeau reports on how United Airlines is trying to turnaround its reputation and customer service.