Grounded Boeing 737 Max aircraft at Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington, in July 2019. File photograph: Lindsey Wasson/Reuters

Ryanair owes US aircraft maker Boeing €5.1 billion for ordered 737 Max planes, the delivery of which has been delayed since last year. US and EU regu(...)

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(...)

A Boeing 737 Max plane in flight.

Aircraft lessors in the Republic are unlikely to immediately feel the pinch from the decision to ground the global fleet of Boeing 737 Max 8s, industr(...)

Boeing is reportedly making extensive changes to the flight-control system in the 737 Max 8.

The decision by the US to ground Boeing’s 737 Max 8 planes on Wednesday was probably inevitable, given the growing clamour from other aviation authori(...)

Norwegian Air said customers booked on transatlantic routes to and from Ireland serviced by the 737 MAX are to be rebooked on to flights using the 787-9 Dreamliner.

Boeing has recommended temporarily grounding its entire 737 Max 8 fleet after consultation with aviation authorities and its customers around the worl(...)

Boeing shares fell another 7 per cent on Tuesday after having lost 5 per cent on Monday. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File Photo

Boeing’s two-day rout topped 11 per cent as Europe’s aviation authority banned its troubled aircraft, the 737 MAX. The European Union’s aviation safet(...)

The new plane is capable of flying four times faster than the average quadcopter drone.

Drone delivery company Zipline is to bring medical supplies to remote regions with a new aircraft that can make up to 500 deliveries a day. The aircr(...)

A Ford Transit van, driven by a robotic autonomous device  at the automaker’s proving grounds in Michigan.

Picturing the scene is almost disturbingly easy. It will be all over the rolling 24-hour news channels when the day, inevitably, comes. The scrolling (...)