Boeing is making “steady progress” on the path to certifying a software update to the 737 Max and has made the final test flight before certification, its chief executive said on Wednesday. “We are making steady progress toward certification,” Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg said in a video on his Twitter account. “Yesterday we completed the
“What’s good for our travelers is, if you’re kicked out of your hotel in the morning, but your flight is at night, you can come to Jewel, check in your bag, enjoy the facilities that you see around you before you go on to your flight,” she said. Hung said the team drew inspiration from
United Continental Holdings, the parent company of United Airlines, reported first-quarter earnings Tuesday that beat Wall Street profit expectations but fell shy of revenue estimates as the airline grapples with the prolonged grounding of Boeing’s 737 Max jets.
Boeing’s troubles with its 737 Max jets, which have been grounded since mid-March, are expected to sap growth out of the broader U.S. economy during the second quarter, according to a new Wells Fargo forecast.
The Federal Aviation Administration on Tuesday released its initial review of Boeing’s 737 Max anti-stall software suspected to contribute to two fatal plane crashes, calling it “operationally suitable.”
Qatar Airways has partnered with Rolls-Royce to trial a virtual reality training tool.
Almost twenty percent of the value of Indian airline Jet Airways was wiped away at one stage Tuesday, following uncertainty over lifeline funding needed to keep planes flying.
United Airlines has extended cancellations of the Boeing 737 Max through early July, following similar moves by other major airlines coping with the jet’s prolonged grounding.
Airlines canceled more than 4,000 flights across the U.S. this weekend as heavy snow and thunderstorms snarled operations at major airports in cities like Chicago and Dallas, leaving some travelers stranded overnight.
President Donald Trump said Monday that Boeing should “fix” and “rebrand” its popular 737 Max after the jet’s anti-stall software was implicated in two fatal crashes that killed 346 people since October.
Eight years and seven seasons since HBO’s “Game of Thrones” premiered, the wildly popular series is drawing to a close. Episode one of its final season premieres on Sunday night in the U.S., and could draw 19 million viewers, Entertainment Weekly predicted. The hashtag #GameofThronesSeason8 was also trending on Twitter as early as two hours
Singapore’s Changi Airport has long been touted as the “best airport in the world.” That status becomes even more cemented on April 17, when it will officially open a dazzling presecurity attraction known as Jewel.
American Airlines is extending cancellations for the Boeing 737 Max aircraft through August 19, a key summer travel period, as the jets remain grounded.
Southwest Airlines has removed the Boeing 737 Max jet from its schedule through Aug. 5, a key summer travel period. It’s unclear how many Southwest flights will be canceled as a result.
The debt-swamped Indian airline Jet Airways has reportedly canceled all of its international flights on Friday.
Boeing has completed 96 flights testing the performance of the 737 Max with updated software for the plane’s flight control system.
Marriott and Expedia on Thursday said the two companies have signed a new, multiyear agreement for the hotel chain’s listings to appear on Expedia’s travel website.
JetBlue Airways on Wednesday said it is planning to launch its first service to London, an aggressive move by the low-cost airline that’s aimed at luring lucrative corporate travelers away from entrenched rivals that already dominate air travel across the Atlantic.
Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian said he’s confident Boeing will figure out a software fix for the 737 Max jets implicated in two crashes that killed 346 people over five months.
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