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Boeing 737 crashes in Iran with at least 170 people on board
A Boeing Co. 737 jet carrying at least 170 people crashed in Iran shortly after takeoff due to technical problems, according to local media reports.
Boeing backs simulator training it once resisted for Max pilots
Boeing Co. is recommending that airlines put pilots through simulator training before they fly the 737 Max -- a stunning reversal that is intended to…
United takes $90 million charge on drag from strife in Hong Kong
United Airlines Holdings Inc. is taking a $90 million non-cash charge in the 2019 fourth quarter to account for a steep drop in demand for…
Norwegian Air gains as carrier reaps rewards of cost focus
Shares in Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA rose after the low-cost airline that had once targeted growth at any cost showed it’s now improving profitability.
Boeing reassigns 737 Max workers with factory shutdown looming
Boeing Co. plans to shut down its 737 Max assembly lines in mid-January and has begun handing out new work assignments to the 3,000 workers…
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JetBlue moves to become first carbon-neutral US airline
JetBlue Airways Corp. said it will become the first large U.S. airline to offset emissions from all of its domestic flights, aiming to become carbon…
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Boeing plans fundraising as 737 Max crisis drags on, Dow Jones says
Boeing Co. fell in early trading on reports that the company is weighing a move to raise more debt following the grounding of its 737…
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Aeroflot named world’s most on-time major airline in 2019
Aeroflot was the world’s most on-time mainline airline in 2019, according the annual On-Time Performance (OTP) Review by Cirium, the leading travel data and analytics…
These are the world’s safest and most punctual airlines
The world’s safest and most punctual airlines are in the Asia Pacific region.
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Turkish Airlines plane lands in Johannesburg after problem
A Turkish Airlines flight from Cape Town to Istanbul landed in Johannesburg after being diverted because of an unspecified problem, Airports Company of South Africa…