July 2019 will go down as the deadliest month in Canadian aviation in more than 15 years, according to data compiled by Western Aviation News.
Four people were killed when a Cessna 208 float plane crashed along British Columbia’s central coast Friday.
Boeing executives have raised the possibility of temporarily halting production of the Boeing 737 Max as uncertainties around the type’s return to service continue to dog the company.
Boeing chief executive Dennis Muilenburg has taken to social media to call the Paris Air Show a “defining moment” for his company. “We know we have disappointed our customers recently,” Muilenberg said […]
Lawyers representing 10 Canadians killed in an Ethiopian Airlines crash in March filed wrongful death lawsuits against Boeing Monday.
A report suggests the Boeing 737 Max could be cleared to accept passengers as early as August.
WAN analyzes Boeing chief executive Dennis Muileburg’s stated ownership of problems with the 737 Max.
Boeing announced Friday it would scale back production of its 737 Max aircraft from 52 per month to 42.