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737 MAX certification review panel to take additional time

The Federal Aviation Administration expects to have the recommendations from the Joint Authorities Technical Review panel in the coming weeks.

FAA seeks airline pilots to test grounded Max software

The flight crews are part of the testing process underway by US regulators before Boeing 737 Max planes can be returned to service after two crashes.

Potensi risiko baru dikesan pada ujian Boeing 737 Max, kata FAA

Pentadbiran Penerbangan Persekutuan AS (FAA) sedang memantau keadaan itu dan hanya akan menarik balik larangan terbang untuk Boeing 737 Max selepas merasakan ia selamat untuk terbang.

Boeing shares hit as FAA finds new 737 MAX issue

Boeing dropped 2.9% to US$364.02, pushing the Dow into negative territory.

Pilots tell US Congress more training needed on 737 MAX

The hearing comes as Boeing continues its work with the US Federal Aviation Administration and other regulators to get the 737 MAX back in the skies.

US FAA says Boeing hasn’t submitted 737 MAX fix

Boeing says it has finished making changes requested by the US Federal Aviation Administration.

Boeing 737 Max operators to meet as regulators mull jet’s return

DALLAS: Airlines that use Boeing Co.’s 737 Max will meet next week to discuss the grounded plane’s eventual return to service, just as global...

FAA says it was directly involved in 737 Max software oversight

The FAA has come under fire for approving the MCAS feature and for giving Boeing too much authority to regulate the safety of its planes.

Boeing 737 MAX training changes deemed suitable

Boeing has been working on a software fix for its anti-stall system following crashes in Ethiopia last month and Indonesia in October.

FAA meets with US airlines, pilot unions on Boeing 737 Max

Boeing is reprogramming software on the 737 Max to prevent erroneous data from triggering an anti-stall system known as MCAS that is under mounting scrutiny following the two deadly nose-down crashes.

FAA to meet with US airlines, pilot unions on Boeing 737...

American Airlines, United Airlines and Southwest Airlines some of the major airlines set to have a meeting with the FAA in Washington.

FAA to award first drone airline licence in the next month

"In the next month we expect to announce we will have our first ... air carrier certificate for operating a drone airline,"

Tambah baik Boeing 737 Max perlu beberapa minggu lagi, kata FAA

Pentadbiran Penerbangan Persekutuan menjangkakan menerima pakej terakhir perisian Boeing yang ditambah baik dalam beberapa minggu lagi untuk kelulusan.

US to overhaul air safety oversight in response to two Boeing...

Anti-stall software on the Boeing plane is among the leading areas of focus for investigations into the 2 crashes.

Boeing had too much sway checking own planes, FAA workers warned

In recent years, the FAA has shifted more authority over the approval of new aircraft to the manufacturer itself, even allowing Boeing to choose many of the personnel who oversee tests and vouch for safety.

Why the delay on grounding Boeing 737, US Congress asks FAA

The grounding is an abrupt reversal as the US had repeatedly insisted the airplane was safe to fly even as regulators and airlines around the world grounded the airplane.

Romney, Warren urge FAA to temporarily ground Boeing 737 MAX 8

The FAA has been urged to ground Boeing's 737 MAX 8 to investigate the causes of recent crashes and ensure the plane's airworthiness.

FAA denies report on new probe of Boeing’s safety analyses on...

The FAA and Boeing continue to evaluate the need for software and/or other design changes to the aircraft including operating procedures and training as we learn more from the ongoing investigation, the regulator added.

US issues directive after Boeing alerts pilots following Indonesia crash

Investigators probing the Lion Air crash off the coast of Indonesia, in which all 189 on board were killed, found that one of the 'angle of attack' sensors on the Boeing 737 Max jet provided erroneous data.

Airlines dodge minimum seat size as FAA sees no safety issue

The FAA action is the latest move in a swirling controversy that has raised hackles from consumers and prompted attempts at legislation by members of Congress.

US aviation authorities review helicopter rules after crash

The FAA says it will conduct a top-to-bottom review of its rules governing these flights to examine any potential misapplication that could create safety gaps for passengers.

Now everyone can fly… to US

AirAsia X is the first Asian low-cost carrier to fly to the United States of America.

E-ciggies declared a fire-risk by MAS

The FAA listed e-cigarettes a fire risk, leading MAS to prohibit it being checked in with baggage.

MAS did not heed yellow flag

As early as March, ICAO and FAA put out a yellow flag on the flight path MH17 had taken and which other airlines deviated from except MAS.