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The company in April delivered 19 Maxes, three 737s for military use and seven larger widebody planes.
Records show a dispute over cleanup requirements for chemically tainted water. The company denies there’s a disagreement.
The two on board managed to make it back to shore of Blakley Island.
The company said that the new problem was unrelated to the flight-control system.
Wichita-based TECT Aerospace filed for Chapter 11 and plans to sell an Everett manufacturing facility.
A large warehouse on the Bomarc property in Everett also is for sale.
Terminal operator Propeller Airports foresees a possible upswing by June as air travel rebounds.
The work is part of a five-year effort to improve the jamming capacity of the aircraft.
Four passengers will spend three days in an orbit higher than the International Space Station.
Earlier this month, Boeing reported its first positive net orders for commercial airplanes in 15 months.
His channel, “74 Gear,” offers the flight-deck insight and humor of a 747 Dreamlifter pilot.
The pilot walked away uninjured from the crash Tuesday morning.
The company learned that a supplier of cockpit windows had modified its production process.
State coronavirus restrictions have closed the aviation center twice in the past year. It’s open again.
The 737 Max planes usually sell for $100 million, but 50% discounts are often given on large orders.
Some of the relatives also are calling for management changes at the Federal Aviation Administration.
The orders could indicate that airlines are starting to feel more optimistic about a rebound in travel.
The aerospace giant struggled last year with fallout from two deadly crashes and an economic downturn.
Production of the once-hot Dreamliner is being consolidated at the company’s South Carolina plant.
The move eases a 17-year transatlantic dispute over illegal aid to the world’s biggest aircraft makers.