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Boeing's 737 Max troubles drag on

by Mitchell Hartman Apr 5, 2019
Boeing is still cranking out new 737 Max jets, even though airlines aren't taking delivery.
Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 Max airplanes are parked on the tarmac after being grounded at the Southern California Logistics Airport in Victorville on March 28.
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In suburban Seattle, Boeing keeps on cranking out 737 Max planes

by Mitchell Hartman Mar 26, 2019
Despite the international grounding of the aircraft, a Boeing factory in Renton, Washington, has orders to fill.
Boeing's 737 assembly complex in Renton, Washington, is a hive of activity. In the foreground, a 737 Max is being painted. In the background, the brakes are tested on a new 737 Max for China Southern Airlines.
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Latest Trump target: the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program

by Amy Scott Dec 12, 2016
Trump tweets that the defense program cost is out of control.
A Dutch Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II fighter jet takes off at Edwards Air Force Base, California, on November 24, 2015. President-elect Trump has voiced his concerns over the costs of the Joint Strike Fighter program on his Twitter account.

 
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Emissions standards for planes are coming

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Feb 9, 2016
The UN have aviation industry have hammered out new emissions standards.

The Air Force buys a new plane

by Nova Safo Oct 28, 2015
The decision on a new bomber could affect an entire industry.

Why is in-flight Wi-Fi so slow?

by Molly Wood and Mukta Mohan Sep 3, 2015
Gogo controls 80 percent of the US market.
The Big Book

A Boeing 747 pilot writes a love letter to flight

by Kai Ryssdal and Mukta Mohan Jun 2, 2015
Chatting with Mark Vanhoenacker about his book "Skyfaring: A Journey With a Pilot"

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AirAsia tragedy introduces U.S. to an iconic CEO

by Dan Weissmann Dec 29, 2014
Tony Fernandes made flying affordable for Asians and became a media star.
By The Numbers

Breaking down the fees and taxes in a plane ticket

by , and Jul 21, 2014
We explain the math behind your airline ticket as TSA security fees increase.
Ask Money

It pays to be polite in-flight

by Lindsay Thomas Apr 18, 2014
Airfare Watchdog George Hobica tells us why it's worth being nice to flight attendants.
A Singapore Airlines (SIA) stewardess stands next to a display of the new Singapore Airlines First Class seat during their next generation cabin product launch in Singapore.
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