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Plane parts are falling from the sky. Is Boeing to blame?
A weekend incident involving a United Airlines-operated Boeing 777 resulted in some disturbing images but shouldn’t spark bigger worries for the plane maker.
By Brooke Sutherland
Iran expects word from Boeing on planes deal: Official
Iran’s Civil Aviation Organization has written to Boeing to inquire about the fate of a $16.5 billion deal for 80 jets with the US aircraft maker, which was shelved in 2018 after the former Trump administration revoked the export license, CAO Chief Executive Touraj Dehqani Zanganeh said.
NASA's Boeing Moon rocket cuts short 'once-in-a-generation' ground test
NASA’s deep space exploration rocket built by Boeing briefly ignited all four engines of its behemoth core stage for the first time on Saturday, cutting short a crucial test to advance a years-delayed US government program to return humans to the Moon in the next few years.
Boeing deliveries drop despite 737 Max’s return to flight
Boeing Co. got a bump in orders and deliveries of new planes in December, but it wasn’t enough to salvage a poor year for the big aircraft maker.
Boeing, Boeing, gone! BA sells off jumbo memorabilia
British Airways announced the sale of items from its retired Boeing 747 fleet for frustrated fliers to recreate the airline experience in the comfort of their own home.
Boeing to offer second layoff plan
Boeing Co. said it would offer employees a voluntary layoff package with pay and benefits for the second time this year, as the planemaker battles a coronavirus-induced slowdown in global air travel.
Boeing 737 MAX cancelations rise, deliveries drop as crises drag on
Boeing Co. customers scrubbed more than 400 orders for the US planemaker’s grounded 737 MAX jets this year, while the company’s overall aircraft deliveries slumped to only four in July, monthly numbers showed.
Boeing to delay 777X as demand drops for big jets
Boeing Co. is preparing to delay its all-new 777X jet by several months or up to a year, three people familiar with the matter said, as the COVID-19 crisis exacerbates a drop in demand for the industry’s largest jetliners.
Boeing reportedly ending production of 747 jumbo jet
If it wasn’t already apparent that the era of ‘big’ flying is ending, it might be soon. Boeing is ending production of its iconic 747 jumbo jet (specifically, the 747-8) in about two years.
Boeing to cut workforce by 10%, reduce 787 production due to pandemic
Boeing Co. said on Wednesday it would cut its workforce by about 10% and further reduce 787 Dreamliner production after reporting a loss for the second straight quarter as the coronavirus pandemic hits global travel demand.
Boeing expects cost of 737 Max crisis to exceed $18 billion
US aerospace company Boeing said on Wednesday it expects the total cost of the 737 Max grounding to exceed $18 billion, more than double its previous estimate, following a year of intense scrutiny and industrial setbacks set off by twin fatal crashes of its flagship jetliner.
Boeing seeks to borrow $10b or more amid 737 MAX crisis: Source
Boeing Co is in talks with banks about borrowing $10 billion or more amid rising costs for the US planemaker after two crashes involving its 737 MAX jetliner, a source told Reuters.
Malaysia Airlines suspends Boeing 737 MAX jet deliveries due to grounding
Malaysia Airlines said on Wednesday it has suspended deliveries of 25 Boeing 737 MAX jets, citing the plane’s delayed return to service since it was grounded last year following two fatal crashes.
Boeing's ousted CEO departs with $62m, even without severance pay
Boeing Co’s ousted chief executive officer, Dennis Muilenburg, is leaving the company with $62 million in compensation and pension benefits but will receive no severance pay in the wake of the 737 MAX crisis.
China's bid to challenge Boeing, Airbus falters
Development of China’s C919 single-aisle plane, already at least five years behind schedule, is going slower than expected, a dozen people familiar with the program told Reuters, as the state-owned Commercial Aircraft Corporation (COMAC) struggles with a range of technical issues that have severely restricted test flights.

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