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Boeing mocked Lion Air calls for more 737 Max training before crash

(Jan 15): Indonesia’s Lion Air considered putting its pilots through simulator training before flying the Boeing 737 Max but abandoned the idea after the planemaker convinced them in 2017 it was un

Aviation

Boeing board meets as company considers 737 Max production changes

WASHINGTON (Dec 16): Boeing Co is considering whether to cut or halt production of its grounded 737 Max after the Federal Aviation Administration said last week it would not approve the plane’s ret

Aviation

Investigators pin Lion Air crash on Boeing Max design, pilot failures

(Oct 25): Indonesian investigators found scores of problems and missteps in connection with last year’s fatal Lion Air crash, ranging from design flaws in Boeing Co’s 737 Max airplane to certificat

Aviation

Cracks found on 5% of older Boeing 737 jets in inspections

(Oct 10): More than 5% of older Boeing Co 737 jets that underwent urgent inspections worldwide in the past week have cracks in a structure connecting the wings to the fuselage and will have to be t

Aviation

Boeing works to win over pilots ahead of return of 737 Max

(Sept 25): In a series of meetings around the globe over the next few weeks, Boeing Co. will try to convince a key audience that its 737 Max is safe: pilots who will fly the jetliners.

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