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Boeing projects it will take until midyear to get approval for the multiple fixes on the plane.
The company received 18 orders last month for new large planes but continues to lose orders for the 737 Max.
Companies affected by the coronavirus are turning to banks for short-term financing as a safety net.
The collapse in long-range flying threatens deliveries of Boeing 787 Dreamliners.
The company hopes the move will resolve a trade dispute involving European rival Airbus.
But in an interim report Monday, Ethiopian investigators mostly blamed Boeing for last year’s 737 Max crash.
Boeing said the matter involves documentation of parts and is not a safety issue.
The conclusions say little or nothing about the performance of Ethiopian Airlines or its flight crew.
NASA hasn’t decided yet if it will require another crew-less launch or let astronauts on board.
Certification of the plane was “grossly insufficient,” investigators said.
At Boeing, a sick worker prompted the company to send him and others home and scrub their work area.
More than one million passengers have flown in or out of Everett. Is it time for bigger airplanes?
Managers worry about not having enough workers when the company restarts output of the trouble plane.
New Tech Industries, a Mukilteo aerospace firm, hopes to bring all its employees back to work soon.
Some pilots were confused about how the autopilot behaved and failed to finish emergency checklists.
The company broke a community noise curfew during lengthy engine tests at Boeing Field.
A Dec. 20 mission missed critical maneuvers and flew into the incorrect orbit.
The company wants a tax break temporarily repealed. Some don’t want to give it back without new conditions.
Boeing is currently storing more than 250 Max airplanes at Grant County International Airport.
In January, the company marked an all-time low with zero new orders.