European stocks gained some ground after Reuters reported that European Central Bank policymakers are leaning towards a stimulus package that includes a rate cut.

European shares retreated from one-month highs on Tuesday as weak US factory data added to worries about global growth, while uncertainty over Britain(...)

Hundreds of Boeing 737 and 777 aircraft  worldwide may be flying with unsafe systems five years after a US airline regulators warned that they could pose a crash threat. Photograph: Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images

Hundreds of Boeing 737 and 777 aircraft worldwide may be flying with unsafe systems five years after a US airline regulators warned that they could po(...)

An RQ-4 Global Hawk unmanned surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft, similar to the drone shot down over the Strait of Hormuz by an Iranian surface-to-air missile overnight on Wednesday. Photograph:AFP/Getty Images

Some global airlines are re-routing flights to avoid Iran-controlled airspace over the Strait of Hormuz and Gulf of Oman, they said on Friday, after t(...)

US president Donald Trump gives a thumbs up after a meeting with Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday. Photograph: Bloomberg

A US official said the military made preparations for limited strikes on Iran in retaliation for the downing of a US surveillance drone, but approval (...)

American Airlines said on Sunday it was extending the cancellations of about 115 daily flights through to September 3rd

American Airlines Group is extending cancellations of about 115 daily flights into September due to the grounding of the Boeing 737 Max. The largest (...)

 Grounded Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 Max  aircraft. Photograph: Mike Blake/File Photo/Reuters

Airlines worldwide must inspect 312 of Boeing’s 737 family of aircraft, including some of the grounded 737 Max, because they have wing components that(...)

International Air Transport Association chief executive Alexandre de Juniac  during a press conference in Seoul, South Korea, after the opening  of the annual IATA general meeting. Photograph: Getty Images

Airlines urged regulators on Sunday to co-ordinate on software changes to the Boeing 737 Max in a bid to avoid damaging splits over safety seen when t(...)

Boeing continued to defend MCAS and its reliance on a single sensor after a  first crash involving Indonesia’s Lion Air. Four months later a second 737 Max crashed in Ethiopia. Within days the Max was grounded around the world.   Photograph: Ruth Fremson/The New York Times

The fatal flaws with Boeing’s 737 Max can be traced to a breakdown late in the aircraft’s development when test pilots, engineers and regulators were (...)

An aerial photo shows several Boeing 737 MAX airplanes grounded at Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) expects to approve Boeing’s 737 MAX jet to return to service as soon as late June, representatives of the US(...)

There is a rift emerging among global regulators over what Boeing needs to do before grounded 737 Max aircraft are allowed to fly again. Photograph: Paulo Whitaker/Reuters

Europe’s aviation safety agency has set out strict conditions before it will allow Boeing’s 737 Max aircraft back into the skies, in a sign of the dep(...)

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