Regulators around the world grounded the Max in March 2019 after the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jet. Photograph: Getty

The US Federal Aviation Administration issued an order on Wednesday to allow Boeing’s 737 Max to return to the skies, clearing the way for other regul(...)

Last year,  a Max jet operated by Ethiopian Airlines crashed just five months after another owned by Indonesia’s Lion Air plunged into the sea. Photograph: AFP via Getty

Boeing hid design flaws in its 737 Max jet from both pilots and regulators as it raced to have the aeroplane certified as fit to fly, according to a d(...)

Passengers wearing face masks on an Olympic Air De Havilland Canada aircraft flying from Athens.  Certain  factors on board, such as raised seat backs, can help lessen virus transmission. Photograph:  Nicolas Economou/ NurPhoto via Getty Images

As airlines rush to return their fleets to the skies, the industry is battling to restore confidence among travellers that flying in an enclosed aircr(...)

A Boeing 737 Max. The aircraft was banned from commercial flying by governments around the world in March 2019 after two fatal crashes. Photograph:  Reuters

The return of Boeing’s 737 Max to European skies is at risk of additional delays because of US coronavirus travel restrictions that have hindered plan(...)

In-flight etiquette: ‘We encourage our customers to be respectful of each other,’ says American Airlines. Photograph: iStock/Getty

Put away the blue and black dress – or was it white and gold? And leave behind Yanny or Laurel. Here’s the latest debate to grip the internet: Should (...)

The 737 Max, Boeing’s fastest-selling aircraft, has not flown since last March following two crashes which claimed 346 lives. Photograph: AFP via Getty

Boeing has identified a new software flaw in the grounded 737 Max which will require additional work on the aircraft, possibly further delaying its re(...)

Dave Calhoun, a former General Electric executive, is far from an outsider at Boeing.

The opening gambits by Boeing’s new boss show the risks he is willing to take to reset the deeply troubled planemaker. Dave Calhoun, who officially t(...)

Christine Ryan with a photograph of her son Michael at home in Lahinch, Co Clare. Photograph Eamon Ward

Airline manufacturer Boeing must suffer criminal punishment for the failures that led to two crashes of its 737 Max aircraft, the Irish mother of one (...)

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(...)

Photograph: iStock

Irish aircraft lessor SMBC Aviation Capital believes that delays in the delivery of new Boeing planes that have hit Ryanair among others may not be fi(...)

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