Boeing Is Now A Felon: Here’s What That Means

Photo: Jason Redmond / AFP (Getty Images) The Department of Justice announced on Sunday that Boeing will plead guilty to a single count of criminal fraud for deceiving the Federal Aviation Administration. The aircraft manufacturer admitted to misleading regulators about the 737 Max’s MCAS flight control feature and the training needed to fly the aircraft … Read more

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

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 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

Passengers Want $1 Billion After ‘Frightful, Death-Threatening Failure’ Of Boeing Door Plugs

Boeing and Alaska Airlines are being sued for $1 billion in damages by three passengers who were onboard a 737 Max 9 flight that suffered a now-infamous door panel blowout midflight. The suit accuses both parties of negligence. Why You Should Trade in Your Old Audi A3 for a Used Polestar 2 | WCSYB? Announced … Read more

Retired Boeing 737 Max Manager Walked Off Of A Flight After Refusing To Fly On The Plane

Photo: Mustafa Yalcin/Anadolu Agency (Getty Images) The Boeing 737 Max door plug blowout on Alaska Airlines Flight 1282 has put the aircraft manufacturer and its newest plane under intense scrutiny. The incident has also brought several figures from 2019, after the pair of Max crashes that killed 346 people, back into the public eye. Driving … Read more

Four Boeing Door Plug Bolts Were Missing On Blowout 737 Max Plane: Report

Photo: National Transportation Safety Board (AP) The National Transportation Safety Board released its preliminary report on how a door plug blew out of a Boeing 737 Max 9 at 16,000 feet over Portland, Oregon last month. The findings are as bad as expected with the report noting that the four bolts intended to hold the … Read more

‘I Would Tell My Family To Avoid The Max. I Would Tell Everyone, Really…’ Experts And Ex-Boeing Employees Issue Warning On Max

Airlines are resuming flights with the troubled Boeing Max 9 planes which were all grounded following the door panel blow-out incident on Jan. 5, but aviation experts say that these planes still have significant and potentially dangerous quality-control issues. I Need A Manual Car Thats Fun And Powerful | WCSYB? Boeing Max 8 jets first … Read more