SEATTLE/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Boeing Co (BA.N) said on Sunday it understood the outcry over leaked messages from a former test pilot over erratic software behavior on its 737 MAX jet two years before
The Trump administration agency that oversees federal buildings has until Wednesday to produce the necessary paperwork. Rep. Peter DeFazio, the Oregon Democrat who chairs the House Transportation and Committee,
Boeing is set to face at least one grilling on Capitol Hill in the coming weeks as lawmakers investigate new information about company employees feeling pressured to greenlight safety-related approvals.
Plane manufacturer continues to face intense questions from regulators and elected officials about its safety practices Boeing Co. shares fell for the third straight session as the company was hit with
NPR.org, October 18, 2019 · New evidence indicates that Boeing pilots knew about "egregious" problems with the 737 Max airplane three years ago, but federal regulators were not told about them. Investigators
Almost three years ago, a Boeing pilot encountered major problems during a simulator trial of its 737 MAX’s control software. But in the wake of 346 deaths linked to that control software, it took Boeing
In messages with a colleague 2016, senior pilot said he had unintentionally misled regulators about aircraft’s flight-control system A senior Boeing Co. pilot raised concerns about a 737 MAX flight-control
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The chairman of the U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee on Friday said Boeing Co (BA.N) must shake-up its management team and Congress must reform how new airplanes
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The two lead technical pilots on the Boeing 737 Max program exchanged bantering texts in 2016 revealing that the plane's flight control system, which two years later went haywire on the two crash flights
A senior House Democrat has asked the Transportation Department's internal watchdog to investigate whether Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao showed undue favoritism to Kentucky constituents of her Senate
Rep. Peter DeFazio wants answers about Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao’s possible bias toward Kentucky -- her powerful husband's home state. Days after HuffPost reported criticism of his oversight
Uber and Lyft have declined to appear at a hearing on Wednesday on ride-hailing industry issues, the chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives panel said, urging them to reconsider. "That is unacceptable,"