FAA Meets In Fort Worth With International Regulators On Future Of Boeing's 737 MaxAirlines were watching the meeting for signs as to when the aircraft might be considered safe to take off again.
737 Max Jets The Topic At Aviation Officials Meeting In North TexasThe Boeing 737 Max jets are the topic that has brought aviation authorities from around the world to North Texas.
Boeing Says Flight Control Software Updates On 737 Max Completed: 'Will Be One Of Safest Airplanes Ever To Fly'Aviation regulators still have more questions about how pilots interact with the plane's controls under different circumstances and Boeing says it is providing that information.
Small Plane Flying Out Of Arlington Crashes In New MexicoA small plane that flew out of Arlington with two people on board crashed in New Mexico Sunday afternoon, authorities say. The conditions of the two people are currently unknown.
Southwest Airlines CEO Speaks Out On Max Crisis: 'We Are Not Happy... Who Would Be?'Southwest Airlines executives acknowledged Thursday they are upset with Boeing over the grounding of its 737 Max jetliner, but deny interest in buying planes from its rival, Airbus.
Southwest 737 Max On Way To Storage Makes Emergency LandingThe FAA says it's investigating but the emergency was not related to anti-stall software that is suspected as a cause of the two fatal crashes including one last year involving a plane from Indonesia.
Air Travelers, Airlines Share Impact Of Grounding Of All 737 MAX Planes In USSouthwest Airlines, which has the largest fleet of the planes, says less than five percent of flights will be affected.
President Trump Says All Boeing 737 MAX Planes Grounded 'Effective Immediately'"We're gonna be issuing an emergency order to ground all flights of the 737 MAX 8 and the 737 MAX 9, and planes associated with that line," Mr. Trump told reporters.
Air Travelers React To Southwest, American Airlines Not Grounding 737 MAXFear over Boeing's 737 MAX 8 after two recent crashes is spilling out on social media.
American Airlines Fined By FAA For Lengthy Tarmac DelaysAmerican Airlines was fined by the Federal Aviation Administration for failing to comply with federal rules on long tarmac delays.
Aloha: Southwest Says It Can Begin Flying To Hawaii Southwest Airlines is getting ready for takeoff. The Dallas-based airline says it has gained government approval to begin flights between California and Hawaii.