Boeing 737 Max could be recertified before mid-year, FAA says
The FAA could approve the 737 Max plane before mid-year, ahead of Boeing's timeline, sending shares of the manufacturer higher.Boeing 737 Max before mid-year, ahead of the manufacturer's new timeline that it shared with its customers this week. The news sent Boeing's shares higher. The planes have been grounded since March after two deadly crashes in a span of five months killed all 346 people on the flights. FAA administrator Steve Dickson told carriers that it could recertify the planes before the middle of the year if no new issues are discovered, according to a person familiar with the conversations. Boeing shares rose on the news, which was reported earlier by Reuters, and were recently trading up by almost 2%. "While the FAA continues to follow a thorough, deliberate process, the agency is pleased with Boeing's progress in recent weeks toward achieving key milestones," the FAA said in a statement. "Safety is the top priority, and the FAA continues to work with other safety regulators to ensure that Boeing has addressed all known issues with the aircraft." Related Tags Read more: CNBC
We hope so airlineguys I’m not flying on it? airlineguys Interesting. And people could be willing to fly in them. But I doubt that too. I could care less when it gets certified doesn’t mean I’ll be going on it $ba who to believe ClosingBell or Barron’s? FAANews If its boeing I'm not going What an idiotic post. I could still play in the NBA, although I'm only 5 foot 8 and in my mid 30s.
That is why I will be sticking with Delta for the foreseeable future
Boeing won't wait for FAA approval to start building 737 Max againBoeing plans to restart the production of the troubled 737 Max months before regulators approve the plane to fly again, CEO Dave Calhoun said Wednesday. If I ever find my flight will be one ...... I am going to demand my money back.....I have no faith or trust in them... Just what could go wrong? I'm guessing FAA approval is just down the Pike? Safety be damned.
This evil capitalist killing human still alive, bravo, usa propaganda still the best I will never board one. Certify away. This is all a game eh? and who will fly on it ? And the FAA caves again.
Southwest Airlines beat earnings estimates despite hit from grounded Boeing 737 MaxSouthwest Airlines beat fourth-quarter estimates.
Southwest Airlines fourth-quarter profit fell 21% after Boeing 737 Max grounding drove up costsSouthwest Airlines fourth-quarter profits tumbled more than 21% because of additional costs related to the grounded Boeing 737 Max.
American Airlines' profits jump despite Boeing 737 Max problems“We’re obviously disappointed to see the return to service date likely moving back,” American Airlines CEO Doug Parker says about the 737 Max. Despite the ongoing grounding, American posted higher profits in Q4.
American Airlines profit jumps despite Boeing 737 Max problems“We’re obviously disappointed to see the return to service date likely moving back,” American Airlines CEO Doug Parker says about the 737 Max. Despite the ongoing grounding, American posted higher profits in Q4. Only a fool would buy a tix on the 737 Max. Nobody is upset the return to service date got pushed back. Push it back even farther
Southwest Airlines profits tumble after Boeing 737 Max grounding drove up costs“We need to get this thing done and get the Max back up in the air.” Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly says there needs to be transparency and strong performance for passengers to feel confident in the safety of Boeing’s 737 Max. Let’s have the CEO’s and the Boeing execs and engineers test drive it for a few months.