Boeing is looking to restart the production of the 737 MAX soon. The company has said the production could resume in May and has told suppliers to be ready to start suppliers to be ready to ship parts in April.
As if the the Boeing 737 Max issues weren't enough, recent inspections have revealed issues with older models as well.
Southwest Airlines pilots have filed a lawsuit against Boeing claiming the aircraft manufacturer misled the labor union about the plane, which has been grounded for nearly seven months after two fatal crashes.
Southwest Airlines said on Thursday that it won’t fly the grounded Boeing 737 Max until next year. On top of that the airline announced that it’s pulling out of Newark Liberty International Airport this November.
A group of airline passengers claim that Boeing and Southwest Airlines conspired to mislead customers into believing that Boeing 737 Max jets were safer than they are.
I wanted to compile a list of articles on the Boeing 737 Max situation that I found most surprising and informative on what really happened.
Southwest has alerted their pilots that they are removing the Boeing 737 MAX 8 plane from all schedules through May in the attempt to make scheduling easier.
Southwest Airlines sent out a borderline offensive email today regarding the 737 MAX 8 that aims to paint them in a positive light, but do they really deserve prestige for keeping these planes in the air?
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