Tag: Boeing 737 Max

New Pilot Training Centre in Spain to Have Boeing 737 MAX FFS

Reading Time: 2 minutes BAA Training, one of the TOP 3 biggest independent aviation training centres in Europe, is going forward with expansion in Spain. A global aviation training provider is establishing a 5300-square-meter training center near Barcelona–El Prat Josep Tarradellas Airport. Notably, the new facility will become a home to Boeing 737 NG, Airbus A320ceo/neo and a new […]

Avolon Drops Order for 75 Boeing 737 MAX and Four A330neo

Reading Time: < 1 minute Avolon, aircraft lessor, has announced that it is adjusting its orders to the current market needs. The company cancelled the order for 75 unplaced Boeing 737 MAX aircraft and rescheduled deliveries of 16 aircraft of the same time to start from 2024 or even later. Although Avolon cancelled its booking for 75 MAX jets, including […]

Boeing Sees More Cancellations Than Orders in February

Reading Time: < 1 minute Boeing has reported its February results which are not much positive. The US planemaker noted more cancellations than new orders for its commercial aircraft: 18 gross orders vs 46 cancellations. In the result, this year Boeing’s order book has declined by 28 planes in total. Nevertheless, Boeing has succeeded in securing at least some gross […]

Ethiopian Boeing 737 MAX Crash Caused by Design Flaws Only?

Reading Time: 2 minutes One year has already passed since the crash of Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX flight 302 killing 157 people on board on 10 March, 2019. On 9 March, 2020, the interim report into the crash was released by the Ethiopian Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau. The interim report is not the final conclusion on the matter […]

Debris in Boeing 737 MAX Fuel Tanks: Saga of Twists and Turns

Reading Time: < 1 minute Never-ending problems of the Boeing 737 MAX have already become a one-year saga of twists and turns. This time Boeing has discovered ‘foreign object debris’ in the fuel tanks of grounded MAX aircraft, Leeham News reported. Following the discovery, Boeing has ordered inspections of its entire grounded 737 MAX fleet, consisting of over 400 planes. […]

Ryanair Still Believes in Boeing 737 MAX Amid Delays and Losses

Reading Time: 2 minutes Ryanair, a Dublin-based low cost carrier, has announced that it is suffering great losses over delays in Boeing 737 MAX deliveries, however, the airline still trusts in this aircraft and is even determined to review its order to get a larger version of the type – MAX 10. The first Boeing 737 MAX, from a […]

Boeing Stops 737 MAX Production and Expects to Fly It Again in Mid-2020

Reading Time: 2 minutes It is already the tenth month of global Boeing 737 MAX aircraft grounding. According to the estimations of the US planemaker, the 737 MAX planes will begin returning to service by the middle of the year 2020. “This updated estimate is informed by our experience to date with the certification process. It is subject to […]

Spirit AeroSystems to Cut Over 2,800 Jobs Amid 737 MAX Production Halt

Reading Time: < 1 minute Spirit AeroSystems, Boeing 737 MAX parts supplier, announced about upcoming workforce reductions due to 737 MAX production halt, uncertainty over its timing and the expected levels of production after it resumes.  In a notice under the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act, the company said that the first round of lay-offs will affect approximately 2,800 […]

Confidence Boost in Boeing 737 MAX: Will It Ever Regain Trust?

Reading Time: < 1 minute Dubai Airshow 2019 has brought Boeing some exciting news and encouraging deals. Primarily, the great confidence boost in struggling Boeing 737 MAX program – Air Astana and SunExpress have placed orders on the type. For the troubled and for more than eight months grounded aircraft over the safety concerns, it is a great leap forward. […]

Boeing Provides Status Update on 737 MAX Progress

Reading Time: < 1 minute “With the rigorous scrutiny being applied, we are confident the MAX will be one of the safest airplanes ever to fly”. The Boeing Company has provided an update on the progress of 737 MAX. According to the statement, Boeing has completed one of the five key milestones. It was the FAA eCab Simulator Certification Session […]