Boeing 737 MAX News

Delve into the ongoing developments of the Boeing 737 MAX through our thorough coverage, highlighting operational performance, airline fleet integration, and market reception. Our news feed provides essential updates and expert insights into how this aircraft is shaping the future of short to medium-haul travel in the commercial aviation industry.

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2024-06-13T04:01:07.707161-07:00

Arajet Expands with 10th Boeing 737 MAX

Arajet continues its fleet growth strategy by adding a 10th Boeing 737 MAX, positioning the Caribbean carrier for expanded operations in the North and South American markets.

2024-06-12T15:43:41.104985-07:00

Boeing Challenges DOJ on 737 Max Compliance Violation Claim

Boeing asserts that it did not breach the compliance agreement with the US Department of Justice, following findings related to the 737 Max crashes. The company disputes the government's conclusion, according to sources familiar with the situation.

2024-06-12T13:14:24.330136-07:00

FAA Commits to Sustained On-Site Inspections at Boeing and Spirit AeroSystems

FAA Administrator Mike Whitaker will inform the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee that the agency's increased on-site presence at Boeing and its supplier, Spirit AeroSystems, initiated after the Jan. 5 Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 9 in-flight emergency, will be maintained indefinitely.

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2024-06-13T04:01:07.707161-07:002024-06-13T04:01:07.707161-07:00

Arajet Expands with 10th Boeing 737 MAX

Arajet continues its fleet growth strategy by adding a 10th Boeing 737 MAX, positioning the Caribbean carrier for expanded operations in the North and South American markets.

2024-06-04T20:24:28.121560-07:002024-06-04T20:24:28.121560-07:00

Bonza's Last 737 MAX Leaves Australia

The departure of VH-UJK undermines Bonza’s chances of quickly restarting operations, amid a global shortage of larger aircraft post-COVID.