Air Alaska planes sit on the tarmac at the terminal, following an incident where an airline employee took off in an airplane, at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in Seattle, Washington, U.S., August 10, 2018. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid REUTERS/Brendan McDermid Major U.S. airlines were hit with systemwide outages on Monday, which have since been resolved, one airline said.
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3 Hours Ago Boeing is hosting its annual meeting today at its corporate headquarters in Chicago. This comes following a new report from the Wall Street Journal, which found Boeing did not tell its largest customer Southwest Airlines that the safety feature designed to alert pilots about malfunctioning sensors had been turned off. Andy Pasztor,
[embedded content] [The stream is slated to start at 11:15 am ET. Please refresh the page if you do not see a player above at that time.] Boeing is hosting its shareholder annual meeting at its corporate headquarters in Chicago. Shareholders will likely be eager to hear more about the impact of the 737 Max
32 Mins Ago The Wall Street Journal reports that Boeing did not tell Southwest Airlines, its biggest 737 Max customer, that a safety feature designed to warn pilots about a malfunctioning sensor had been deactivated. The Journal also reports that investigators are looking into a dozen whistleblower complaints alleging safety problems with Boeing’s 737 Max
The grounding of 737 Max airplanes has cost Emirates and its partner a “lot of profitability” and Airbus planes could now replace some Boeing orders, the Middle East airline’s CEO and chairman said Monday. Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum said Flydubai, a regional partner of Emirates, has had to stop using 40 aircraft due to
50 Mins Ago The Wall Street Journal reports that Boeing did not tell Southwest Airlines, its biggest 737 Max customer, that a safety feature designed to warn pilots about a malfunctioning sensor had been deactivated. The Journal also reports that investigators are looking into a dozen whistleblower complaints alleging safety problems with Boeing’s 737 Max
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American Airlines reported its first quarter earnings Friday before the market open as the industry copes with the ongoing grounding of Boeing’s 737 Max jets.
Thousands of flights have been canceled since all of Boeing’s 737 Max airplanes were grounded on March 13, forcing American, Southwest, United and many international airlines to scramble and adjust schedules, rebook passengers and figure out what comes next.
Southwest Airlines first-quarter profit and revenue were better than expected despite the prolonged grounding of the Boeing 737 Max jets that forced it to cancel more than 10,000 flights during the quarter, the company said Thursday.
One international hotelier said Tuesday that its plans to enter the Sri Lankan market would be put on hold after Sunday’s terrorist attacks on hotels and churches.
United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz said Wednesday that he has no idea when Boeing’s grounded 737 Max jets will fly again.
Shares in Thomas Cook Group Plc rose 15 percent on Tuesday, after a media report said the British travel company was approached by several parties about a possible takeover of its tour operating unit or the entire company. Citing unnamed sources, Sky News reported over the weekend that U.S. private equity firm KKR & Co
China and the U.S. have warned their citizens about traveling to Sri Lanka after a series of explosions there on Easter Sunday killed nearly 300 people, including 32 foreigners.
It’s one thing to leave your heart in San Francisco, but leaving a family heirloom, an engagement ring or your lucky bowling ball at San Francisco International – or any – airport will have you singing a different song.
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.