Boeing Faces Criminal Charges Over Over 737 Max Crashes

After being hit with a raft of high-profile problems through the rollout of its new 737 Max aircraft, including deadly crashes, faulty door plugs and fuselage issues, Boeing could now be facing criminal charges over its handling of the scandal. The Property Brothers First Car Literally Spoke To Them The Seattle-based aerospace company first found … Read more

Boeing Spacecraft Should Be Grounded Over ‘Risk Of A Disaster,’ Warns NASA Contractor

Photo: Joe Raedle (Getty Images) After a last minute delay of the debut mission of the Boeing Starliner earlier this week, a NASA contractor is warning the space agency that potentially disastrous problems may still lurk in the Atlas V rocket. 2025 Subaru Forester Keeps Subie’s Legendary Off-Road Capability NASA delayed the crewed debut mission … Read more

Best U.S. airlines in 2024

There are plenty of factors to consider when booking long-range travel plans. One of the biggest: which airline will fly you to your destination. While many airlines will take you where you want to go, the travel experience can vary widely when it comes to factors such as boarding processes, amenities and baggage allowances. WalletHub … Read more

Tesla Hopes New Models Can Shore Up A 55 Percent Drop In Profits

Good morning! It’s Wednesday, April 24, 2024, and this is The Morning Shift, your daily roundup of the top automotive headlines from around the world, in one place. Here are the important stories you need to know. The Hype Behind Tesla Stock Success In 2023 1st Gear: Tesla Profits Drop 55 Percent Tesla doesn’t seem … Read more

Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun Resigns Along With Two Other Executives

Photo: Anna Moneymaker / Staff (Getty Images) The year is only really getting started and it’s already not been the best for Boeing. Ever since the door plug blew out mid-flight, it’s been facing accusations that its safety culture is a mess, and subsequent issues have only made things worse. So it comes as no … Read more

Alaska Airline Door Passengers May Be Victims Of Crime: FBI

Photo: Handout / Handout (Getty Images) When news broke that Alaska Airlines flight 1282 had a door plug blow out at 16,000 feet, it was understandably terrifying for those on board. Thankfully, no one was seriously injured, although a few cell phones did get sucked out of the plane. Passengers have since sued both Alaska … Read more

Boeing 737 Loses Body Panel Mid-Flight, Lands Safely

On Friday, March 15, 2024, a Boeing 737-8000 flight landed safely in Medford, Oregon despite the fact that it was missing an entire body panel, which had fallen off mid-flight, NBC News reports. It’s the latest public failure for the company’s aircrafts. Thankfully, no one was hurt. The 2024 Nissan Frontier Hardbody Edition Is Retro … Read more

Boeing 737 Max Investigation Hampered By Camera Auto-Delete

Photo: National Transportation Safety Board The investigation into how a door plug blew out of a Boeing 737 Max 9 during an Alaska Airlines flight in January has featured several roadblocks. The latest obstacle is Boeing’s lack of security camera footage inside its Renton, Washington factory as federal investigators struggle to identify the employees who … Read more

Alaska Airlines Engineers Wanted Faulty Boeing 737 Max Grounded Before Its Door Flew Off

Photo: Patrick T. Fallon / AFP (Getty Images) The Boeing 737 Max 9 that had a door plug blow out over Portland, Oregon during an Alaska Airlines flight was scheduled for a thorough maintenance check the next day, according to the New York Times. The carrier’s engineers slated the aircraft to be taken out of … Read more

DOJ opens investigation into Alaska Airlines plane blowout, report says – National

The Department of Justice has launched a criminal investigation into the Boeing jetliner blowout that left a gaping hole on an Alaska Airlines plane this January, the Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday. Citing documents and people familiar with the matter, the newspaper said investigators have contacted some passengers and crew — including pilots and flight attendants — who were on … Read more