US FAA Requires Inspections On Boeing 737 Classic Aircraft

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued an airworthiness directive (AD) requiring US operators of the 737 Classic series to inspect their aircraft for possible wire failures. This advisory, issued late last... Read more »

Boeing 737 MAX Electrical Fix Gains FAA Approval

Boeing has received approval from the U.S Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for proposed electrical fixes to the 737 MAX. Electrical grounding issues forced over 100 MAX planes to be removed from service... Read more »

Boeing expands partnership with COOPESA to convert more 737-800s to freighters, FAA approves fix for 737 MAX electrical flaw

Boeing has announced a new partnership with a Costa Rica-based maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) provider to create additional conversion capacity for the 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighter. Boeing will open two 737-800BCF... Read more »

Rolls-Royce In Discussions With Boeing Over New Aircraft Program

During its annual meeting on Thursday, Rolls-Royce CEO Warren East mentioned that his company is in talks with Boeing regarding opportunities to power a new aircraft. This news is slightly different from... Read more »

The World’s Most Interesting Boeing 747 Uses

The iconic Boeing 747 has been inspiring generations of long-haul travelers for more than half a century. Taking large quantities of passengers and/or cargo to far-flung destinations is how it made its... Read more »

Jumbo Future: The Boeing 777X Has 320 Orders So Far

Although the aircraft is still around two years away from entering service, Boeing has racked up 320 orders for the new 777X. According to Boeing’s order book, the largest number order is... Read more »

Rex To Increase Boeing 737 Fleet As New Jet Services Exceed Expectations

Australia’s Regional Express (Rex) will boost its Boeing 737-800 fleet over the coming months from six to ten planes. The airline only started flying jet services on selected Australian domestic routes in... Read more »

Workers Begin To Dismantle Austrian’s First Retired Boeing 767

While there were hopes of a different fate for Austrian Airlines’ oldest Boeing 767, reports have emerged that 30-year-old OE-LAT is currently being dismantled in the Arizona desert. Meanwhile, its slightly younger... Read more »

JAL Moves Away From Flagship Boeing 777s In Favor Of Airbus A350s

The fleet of Japan Airlines (JAL) is set to undergo an interesting transformation in the coming years. While the Japanese flag carrier currently considers the Boeing 777 to be its flagship aircraft,... Read more »

Boeing boosts production capacity in Costa Rica | News

Boeing has announced a new partnership with a Costa Rica-based maintenance, repair and overhaul provider (MRO) to create additional conversion capacity for the 737-800 converted freighter. The American giant will open two... Read more »