2019-04-23
Van Horn Assures Blades Safe Following Fatal Crash

Van Horn Assures Blades Safe Following Fatal Crash

Van Horn Aviation (VHA) assured customers that its composite rotor blades were safe on Friday following the crash last Tuesday of a 1981 Bell 206B III […]
2019-04-27
FAA Adds 737 Max Recertification Summit for Regulators

FAA Adds 737 Max Recertification Summit for Regulators

A summit meeting the FAA will hold on May 23 to discuss with other airworthiness authorities its safety analysis for the planned re-certification of the Boeing […]
2019-04-30
Boeing Disputes Reports it Disabled Max Disagree Alert

Boeing Disputes Reports it Disabled Max Disagree Alert

Boeing insisted on Monday that it did not intentionally disable the angle of attack disagree alert on the 737 Max narrowbodies delivered to Southwest Airlines following […]
2019-04-30
Ethiopian to Review Max Independently Before Return to Service

Ethiopian to Review Max Independently Before Return to Service

Ethiopian, whose 737 Max aircraft crashed a few minutes after takeoff from the Addis Ababa International Airport en route to Nairobi on March 10, has 25 […]
2019-04-30
Middle East Pressure on Boeing Builds over Max

Middle East Pressure on Boeing Builds over Max

Pressure on Boeing continues to mount over the fate of orders for around four hundred 737 Max 8s and 9s in the Middle East. Alternative delivery […]
2019-05-06
Fiery Crash of Stricken Aeroflot SSJ100 Kills at Least 41

Fiery Crash of Stricken Aeroflot SSJ100 Kills at Least 41

At least 41 people have died in an inferno aboard an Aeroflot Sukhoi SSJ100 at Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport (SVO) on Sunday evening after the airplane made […]