American and Southwest, the two largest US operators of Boeing’s 737 MAX aircraft that has been grounded since March following two deadly crashes, said they do not have enough aircraft to meet the demand they see in the market.

Healthy travel demand is cushioning results for American Airlines and Southwest Airlines, the two said on Thursday, while warning they are losing cust(...)

The FTSE outperformed European peers. Photograph: Bloomberg

European markets slid on Friday after a US air strike in Iraq stoked geopolitical tensions and pushed investors away from risky assets, though energy (...)

Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft sit parked at Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington. Photograph: Gary  He/EPA

Boeing’s decision to temporarily halt production of its grounded 737 Max aircraft will slow growth but not necessarily hit profits at airlines that ar(...)

Photograph: Jason Redmond/AFP

Boeing is considering temporarily halting production of the 737 Max as regulatory clearance for the grounded jet’s return looks increasingly likely to(...)

US safety regulators have called on Boeing to redesign the protective covering of engines on its older 737 aircraft to prevent a repeat of the fatal a(...)

St Louis Lambert International Airport in Missouri: DAA International is one of 18 bidders for the project to operate the facility on a long-term lease

The international arm of Dublin Airport operator DAA has made the long-list of bidders to run the St Louis Lambert International Airport in Missouri. (...)

Ryanair owns more than 450 737-NGs, which are the affected model. Photograph: PA Wire

At least three Ryanair Boeing 737s have been grounded due to cracks between the wing and fuselage but this was not disclosed to the public. The airli(...)

The new problems emerged following the grounding of the 737 Max. Photograph: David Ryder/Getty Images

Ryanair does not expect flights it operates on its large fleet of Boeing 737 NG aircraft to be affected after up to 50 of the planes were grounded by (...)

Documents released Wednesday show Boeing recognised internally that if a pilot took longer than 10 seconds to respond to a system failure, the consequences would be ‘catastrophic’

Boeing pushed to limit expensive training for pilots of its 737 Max aircraft, despite acknowledging that a failure of its anti-stall system could be “(...)

Dozens of grounded Boeing 737 MAX aircraft parked at Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington.

Fallout from the global ban on Boeing’s 737 Max deepened as American Airlines warned that profit this year would take a $400 million hit, while Southw(...)

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