Most of The Boeing MAX Aircrafts grounded

At the time of writing, 47 out of 56 Boeing 737MAX operators have grounded their MAX aircraft, following 2 crashes of brand new Boeing 737MAXs in less than 5 months interval. In total, 260 out of 387 MAX family (-8 and -9) aircraft in operation are grounded. The following operators are still flying Boeing 737 MAX 8s; American AirlinesThe US carrier has 24 737 MAX 8 aircraft in its fleet Southwest AirlinesThe US carrier has 34 of the aircraft in its fleet Norwegian AirlinesNorwegian has 18 737 MAX 8 aircraft…

Another fatal Boeing 737 MAX 8 crash.. Lion Air crash report details pilots battle with Boeing 737 Max..

Lion Air’s deadly flight was a 13-minute struggle between man and machine.. For the second time in less than six months, a brand-new Boeing aircraft has crashed just minutes into a flight. Are There Problems With the Boeing 737 Max? A Second Deadly Crash Raises New Questions … Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302, a Boeing 737 MAX 8, crashed shortly after takeoff from Addis Ababa-Bole Airport, Ethiopia. There were no survivors among the 157 occupants.  The Boeing 737 Max 8 was first delivered to Ethiopian Airlines last year. The catastrophe on…

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BOEING DELIVERED 806, SOLD 893 PLANES IN 2018

LONDON – Boeing has published its full order and delivery numbers for the year of 2018, delivering 806 jets and securing 893 net orders, valued at $143.7 billion. The manufacturer’s monthly production rate came up at 67.1 planes across the entire cataloge. As a breakdown, it was able to deliver up to 52 Boeing 737 Family aircraft every month. A total of 580 Boeing 737s were delivered, together with six 747s, 27 767s, 48 777s, and 145 787s. The manufacturer was also able to celebrate two milestones, by surpassing 5,000 orders…

Pilot Suspended for 6 Months after Letting Wife into Cockpit

A pilot has been suspended from duty for six months for allowing his wife to enter the cockpit to avoid paying for a flight ticket. In response to news that a pilot allowed his wife to enter the cockpit without permission, Donghai Airlines announced on Wednesday that the incident took place on July 28 last year. The pilot of flights DZ6286 and DZ6206 asked his wife to only buy the ticket for the first flight, DZ6286. On the second leg of the flight to Beijing, the pilot let his wife…

BOEING “797” NEWS RELEASED AT PARIS AIR SHOW

Boeing has released that it plans to launch a new aircraft model dubbed by many as the “797”. Boeing hopes to have the new airplane flying with airlines by 2025. Plans are for the new aircraft model to serve markets in between the long range 787 and the short range 737. The airplane is planned to seat between 220 and 270 passengers in a twin aisle configuration with a range of up to 5,200 miles.

Air Italy schedules new US West Coast Routes in S19

Air Italy yesterday (05DEC18) opened reservation for its latest long-haul routes addition, where the airline plans to operate service to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Planned operation as follows. Milan Malpensa – Los Angeles eff 03APR19 4 weekly A330-200 IG943 MXP1300 – 1650LAX 332 x246 IG944 LAX1850 – 1555+1MXP 332 x246 Milan Malpensa – San Francisco eff 10APR19 4 weekly A330-200 IG937 MXP135 – 1710SFO 332 x157 IG938 SFO1910 – 1605+1MXP 332 x157