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More Boeing lawsuits..newest one is $276 Million

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I assume we will see alot of these in the future as they rack up. I know Boeing said in SEC filing possible liability of upwards of $800M (www.cnn.com) Plus d'info...

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Airbus Confirms A350-1000 As Flagship, Worries About Market Response To 737 MAX Grounding

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Airbus confirms that the A350-1000 is now the "company's flagship aircraft," calling the Boeing 777-X a “re-engined Hummer.” The European manufacturer could not escape from the inevitable Boeing 737 MAX questioning. “After the MAX situation, the FAA will probably become stricter and will double and triple check on us even more,” said Michael Schöllhorn, Airbus COO. (airwaysmag.com) Plus d'info...

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ATC mistakenly sends a Eva Air Boeing 777 towards California Mountain

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A flight from Los Angeles flew dangerously close to a 5,700ft mountain peak after an air traffic controller confused right with left in his instructions. The incident occurred when weather around Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) meant flights had to take off heading east rather than travelling west, directly over the Pacific Ocean, as usual. The Eva Air Boeing 777 was flying to Taipei, Taiwan, when it was given the erroneous instructions from a controller from Southern California… (www.airlive.net) Plus d'info...

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Fortune: At Boeing, the flap over one tiny light indicates much larger flaws

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“Are Boeing planes really “pilot’s planes” anymore? The aerospace giant has long enjoyed a reputation for building “pilot’s planes,” where nothing got between a pilot and their ability to fully control their aircraft. That’s why a failed cockpit warning light and a flawed avionics software program in their new 737-Max aircraft has received so much condemnation in recent days from aviation experts. It showed that Boeing was not only sloppy, but that they had quietly reneged on their long-running… (worldairlinenews.com) Plus d'info...

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Boeing sold no new commercial aircraft in April

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Boeing landed no new commercial aircraft orders in April and slashed its 737 backlog by 171 aircraft amid the collapse of Indian carrier Jet Airways. Chicago-based Boeing’s April deliveries also slowed to a trickle as the 737 Max remains grounded. Boeing took 207 737s off its books in the first four months of 2019, though 36 737 orders equate to a net reduction of 171 737s in the four-month period, according to Boeing's figures. Boeing also took 10 787s off its backlog in April. (www.flightglobal.com) Plus d'info...

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WestJet Unveils Boeing 787-9 Schedule For Winter Season

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WestJet announced its new Boeing 787-9 winter schedule on Tuesday, including a new route between Calgary and Maui, and upgrading its existing service between Toronto and London-Gatwick to new state-of-the-art Dreamliners from its currently operated 767 jets. (airwaysmag.com) Plus d'info...

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Landing Gear Fire--Turkish Airlines

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A sudden fire in the landing gear, taxing toward take-off? Probably a whole lot more to this story than published. Since the fire was only on the right side, wonder if the co-pilot had problems. (airlinerwatch.com) Plus d'info...

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Alaska Carier Suspends Operations After Crash

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An Alaska air carrier involved in two deadly floatplane crashes in a week has voluntarily suspended operations, according to the FAA. (www.ny1.com) Plus d'info...

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Engineers say Boeing pushed to limit safety testing in race to certify planes, including 737 MAX

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In 2016, as Boeing raced to get the 737 MAX certified by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), a senior company engineer whose job was to act on behalf of the FAA balked at Boeing management demands for less stringent testing of the fire-suppression system around the jet’s new LEAP engines... (www.seattletimes.com) Plus d'info...

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Photos: Expo 2020 Dubai – Emirates presents its pavilion focused on the future of commercial aviation

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Airline gave the "start engine" for the construction of the pavilion inspired by mobility. A rich experience for visitors planned around the future of air travel... (cmsherbert.blogspot.com) Plus d'info...

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Lufthansa Unveils New Italian-Made A320 Family Seats

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German flag carrier, Lufthansa, has announced a series of improvements across its narrowbody fleet's cabin, looking to increase flexibility, improve the passenger experience, and provide a uniform cabin across all its network airlines. The cabin improvements will bring new, innovative seats which, according to the German carrier, will make traveling more comfortable. (airwaysmag.com) Plus d'info...

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