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Plaintiffs in the Lion Air cases agreed to enter mediation. Families of Ethiopian Airlines victims did not.
Boeing estimates there will be demand for 193,000 aircraft mechanics over the next 20 years.
Safety inspectors who worked on training requirements for Boeing 737 Max pilots were “underqualified.”
The Boeing Employees Community Fund gives $500,000 to the YMCA of Snohomish County.
The World Trade Organization ruled in May that Europe illegally subsidized Airbus, hurting Boeing.
The estimate is 7% higher than last year’s forecast.
The former 737 pilot and Delta Air Lines executive will conduct the test in a flight simulator.
The Navy will work to clarify the potential effects Growlers may have on marbled murrelets.
Rep. Rick Larsen and Oregon Rep. DeFazio formally requested interviews with several Boeing workers.
Cargo locks on the bottom of the floor of the Everett-built aircraft became unlocked during a recent flight.
Europe’s air safety regulator is concerned about the plane’s certification process.
The governor skipped a meeting about tax breaks he said Boeing squeezed out of the state.
The possible requirement of new equipment would significantly complicate the plane’s return to service.
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency also says Boeing’s redesign still has “integrity issues.”
A replica of the plane that Charles Lindbergh flew will take off Sunday from the Arlington airport.
The accident happened Thursday during the final test as part of the plane’s certification by the FAA.
Mark Forkner reportedly had suggested to the FAA that MCAS not be included in the pilot manual.
A criminal complaint says he wanted to earn some overtime pay fixing the Boeing 737-800.
Boeing and other firms rebut an auditor’s claim that it’s unclear if incentives are spurring job growth.
The EASA is demanding stability during extreme maneuvers with the flight-control system on and off.