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Boeing Hiked Fourth-Quarter Lobby Spend in 737 Max Crisis
Boeing Co.’s spending on federal lobbying rose to $3.4 million in the last quarter of 2019 as the embattled plane-maker faced new threats in Washington after its 737 Max jetliner was grounded
Boeing Revelations Prompt Congressional Vow to Fix Oversight
Key House Democrats on Friday vowed to change how new airplane designs are approved by federal regulators after the release of a trove of damning internal Boeing Co. communications.
Iran Jet Crash Leaves Mystery With Probe Curbed by Tensions
As investigators sift through the charred wreckage of a jetliner that crashed shortly after takeoff from Tehran, contradictory reports have emerged about what might have caused the Boeing Co. 737-800
Boeing CEO Bashed in Congress as Stock Shrugs Off Max Risk
Boeing Co. Chief Executive Officer Dennis Muilenburg was pummeled with calls to resign, attacks on his integrity and condemnation of a flight-control system linked to two fatal 737 Max crashes as he
Hearing Ends With Victim's Kin Urging CEO to Quit: Boeing Update
Boeing Co. President Dennis Muilenburg testifies before House lawmakers Wednesday, the day after being peppered with tough question in the Senate during his first appearance before lawmakers since a
Lawmaker Says Boeing Withheld Hazard Information from FAA on 737
Boeing Co. concluded during the development of the 737 Max that if pilots failed to recognize a malfunction on a critical flight-control feature it could prove catastrophic, but the company didn’t
Boeing CEO to Tell Senate ‘We Made Mistakes’ in 737 Max Jet
Boeing Co. Chief Executive Officer Dennis Muilenburg plans to kick off a pair of critical appearances before U.S. lawmakers by admitting the planemaker made mistakes on the 737 Max, even as a fresh
Boeing Pilot Assured FAA 737 Was Safe After Scary Simulator Trip
A Boeing Co. pilot who found the 737 Max feature implicated in two fatal crashes “egregious” in a simulator ride in 2016 reassured U.S. regulators two months later that it was benign.
Trump Says China Deal May Spur $20 Billion in Boeing Sales
President Donald Trump said the partial U.S.-China trade deal may lead to as much as $20 billion in sales of Boeing Co. airplanes, in addition to spurring billion of dollars in purchases of
FAA Finds New Risk on 737 Max, Orders Boeing to Make Changes
Tests on Boeing Co.’s 737 Max have revealed a safety risk unrelated to two fatal crashes that led to the model’s grounding, prompting U.S. regulators to order additional design changes. Shares of the
Bloomberg’s Week in Pictures
Millions take to the streets in Hong Kong after the extradition bill is suspended; Boeing Co. and Airbus SE go head-to-head at the Paris Air Show; and Hope Hicks, former White House communications
‘Miracle’ Pilot Sullenberger Calls for Simulator Training on Boeing 737 Max
The pilot who gained fame by safely landing a hobbled US Airways jet on the Hudson River in 2009 called for simulator training for pilots of Boeing Co.’s 737 Max on the malfunctions linked to a pair
China Trade War Risks Engulfing Embraer as Boeing Deal Nears
For Embraer Commercial, the escalating rift between the U.S. and China is making things difficult.
Boeing Max Crisis Puts FAA in Global Aviation Spotlight
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is set to meet with global aviation regulators Thursday to review plans to get Boeing Co.'s 737 Max model back in the air. Bloomberg Intelligence's George
FAA Asks Foreign Regulators for Views on 737 Max Certification
Aviation regulators outside the U.S. will weigh in on whether the Federal Aviation Administration adequately approved the Boeing 737 Max as safe to fly, the agency said in a statement Friday.
Faulty 737 Sensor in Lion Air Crash Linked to U.S. Repairer
A faulty sensor on a Lion Air 737 Max that’s been linked to the jetliner’s deadly crash last October and a harrowing ride the previous day was repaired in a U.S. aircraft maintenance facility before
Boeing Gets $3.9 Billion Contract for New Air Force One
Capping off a contentious contracting tussle with President Donald Trump, Boeing Co. received a $3.9 billion contract to continue development, modification and testing of two new aircraft to serve as
Brazil Optimistic on Boeing-Embraer Deal
The Brazilian government is “optimistic” about a deal between Boeing Co. and Embraer SA and initial concerns about the potential military impact have been overcome, the country’s defense chief said.
Boeing Trade-Case Win Prompts New Trump Threat of EU Sanctions
The U.S. threatened to impose sanctions against the European Union after the World Trade Organization ruled that Airbus SE received illegal government funding to develop jetliners, costing Boeing Co.
Trump Exit From Iran Pact Halts $40 Billion Boeing, Airbus Deals
The U.S. withdrawal from a nuclear accord with Iran slams shut what had been a brief opening for historic aircraft sales by Boeing Co. and Airbus SE to the Islamic Republic.