Tag: 737 MAX

Avolon Cancels Order for Additional 27 Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft

Reading Time: < 1 minute Even though Boeing is close to re-certification of its troubled 737 MAX aircraft, the recent series of orders’ termination seems to continue further. This time aircraft leasing company Avolon has announced about the cancellation of commitments for 27 aircraft of the type. This cancellations come in addition to 75 dropped bookings for the 737 MAX […]

FAA and Boeing Complete 737 MAX Certification Flight Tests

Reading Time: < 1 minute Usually the events we are waiting so long for end in the blink of an eye. Boeing has been working until the start of 737 MAX re-certification flights for over a year. Now, after three days of testing, the certification flight tests are over. Through the 29 June – 1 July, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) […]

BOC Aviation Cancels Order for 30 Boeing 737 MAX

Reading Time: < 1 minute BOC Aviation, an aircraft leasing company headquartered in Singapore, joined the list of those making changes to Boeing 737 MAX orders. The company has terminated bookings for 30 MAX aircraft and deferred the delivery of some more, Reuters reports. Even though the company has decided to decrease the aircraft order book, its representatives emphasize that […]

Norwegian Terminates Order for Nearly 100 Boeing 737 MAX

Reading Time: < 1 minute After some good news on the beginning of Boeing 737 MAX re-certification test flights, some bad news follow. Norwegian announced that it has cancelled the order for a total of 97 Boeing aircraft and will claim compensation. While Boeing attempts to return its MAX to the sky, the Norwegian carrier took a decision to terminate […]

FAA: Let the Boeing 737 MAX Certification Flight Tests Begin

Reading Time: < 1 minute After a challenging period of works on all the critical updates, Boeing has been finally given a green light to begin test flights aimed at the re-certification of its 737 MAX aircraft program. The information was confirmed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to US lawmakers on Sunday. The regulatory body said that a review […]

FAA: Boeing 737 MAX Return is Not Guided by a Calendar

Reading Time: < 1 minute The head of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Stephen M. Dickson, once again confirmed that Boeing 737 MAX re-certification process is not a subject to calendar or schedules. The program will only return to service following the completion of a comprehensive and rigorous review process. “As we have stated many times in the past, safety […]

Boeing to Slow Down 737 MAX Production Again?

Reading Time: < 1 minute Amid the news of the approaching 737 MAX certification flight, Spirit AeroSystems has cast some doubts over further production of the type. The main supplier of 737 MAX fuselage parts said that Boeing has requested “to pause additional work on four 737 MAX shipsets and avoid starting production on sixteen 737 MAX shipsets to be […]

Boeing 737 MAX Certification Flight to Happen in Soon?

Reading Time: < 1 minute Boeing is further working on its troubled 737 MAX aircraft program to bring it back to flying. Reportedly, the certification flight is about to take place in late June, Reuters provide. The fleet of 737 MAX aircraft has been grounded for over a year now. Following the deadly crash of Ethiopian Airlines in March, 2019, […]

Boeing Finally Back on Track with 737 MAX Production

Reading Time: < 1 minute It has finally happened. After nearly four-month pause, Boeing has resumed production of 737 MAX aircraft. Although at low rates, but new planes will born again. By saying that production rates will be low, Boeing did not specify how many planes will be produced per month exactly. Nevertheless, now while building a new plane Boeing […]

Ryanair Expects €200 Million Loss in Q1 and Difficult Return

Reading Time: 2 minutes Since the middle of March, Ryanair Group has almost entire fleet grounded. The duration and impacts of the crisis provoked by the pandemic are yet undetermined. However, the Group is determined to “weather Covid-19 and emerge stronger when the crisis passes”. Dramatically low demand, travel restrictions and fleet grounding reduced Ryanair Group’s traffic by over […]