Could Boeing’s board of directors do more to improve aircraft safety?
The consequences for board members of corporations found to violate the law and ethical norms are rare and usually minor.
Just another American abroad.
AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko
If headlines about bombings and airplane crashes are making you rethink your international travel plans this summer, a look at how many Americans actually die abroad should set your mind at ease.
With all Boeing 737 MAX planes now grounded, airlines could be losing close to US$60m a day.
After the recent crash involving the Boeing 737, Air Canada has grounded the planes until July 1, 2019.
A human-centred approach to machine design can help make machines safer and more efficient.
Grounded Boeing 737 Max airplanes sitting on the tarmac in Washington.
Boeing's response to the crisis over its 737 Max planes has made the company seem defensive and passive. A crisis management expert explains how Boeing could reclaim the narrative.
Human pilots, surrounded by automation.
Pilots get lots of assistance from automation as it is. In the future, they'll get even more.
Boeing is accused of not being fully forthcoming about changes it made to the 737 Max.
AP Photo/Ted S. Warren
Some are calling the FAA's relationship with Boeing an open-and-shut case of 'regulatory capture.' The reality is more complicated.
A Boeing 737 taxies at Manchester Airport in the United Kingdom.
The 737 Max is the best-selling airliner ever. But two have crashed in five months, killing 346, damaging Boeing's future and raising questions about the increasing sophistication of cockpit technology.
American Airlines flight N342RX was the last Boeing 737 Max 8 to land in the US after the FAA grounded all such aircraft.
The fallout from Boeing grounding some of its aircraft amid safety concerns will hit both passengers and airlines. Be prepared for delays and higher fares.
SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launches from Cape Canaveral, Fla., Nov. 15, 2018.
A brief line in the State of the Union address hints at an exciting year for commercial spaceflight companies in the US. After an eight year lull, US rockets will again carry astronauts into space.
Nigeria has abandoned the idea of a national airline.
Many of the structural and institutional deficiencies that caused the collapse of Nigeria Airways are still present.
The 747 takes off on its maiden voyage.
On Sept. 30, 1968, the first Boeing 747 rolled off the assembly line, ready to hit the skies as the bigger commercial jet at the time. Today, as its days as a civilian carrier come to a close, the first jumbo jet remains an icon of aviation.
For many, the job of a pilot has lost its luster.
Over the last three decades, the number of US pilots has decreased by 30 percent. That problem is only going to get worse as demand increases.
Canada’s NAFTA strategy is in big trouble. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is seen here meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump in the Oval Office of the White House in February 2017.
(THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick)
Instead of treating the Trump administration as a campaign adversary, Canada needs to start working with the United States to renegotiate a NAFTA that serves both countries, not regimes like China.
Made in America.
The tentative Boeing jet deal prompted outrage among Republicans but barely a peep among Iran's own conservatives, despite their aversion to warmer economic ties with the U.S.
The original jumbo jet revolutionised global travel but more efficient, reliable engines have spelt the end for the 747.
China’s first homegrown commercial jet, the C919 is soon to be a reality.
The global civil aerospace market has long been a classic duopoly. The sector has been dominated by European company Airbus and the US giant Boeing, with only limited competition in the regional jet market…
Questions are being asked of the Qantas board over fleet decisions made years ago.
When Qantas posted a A$2.8 billion loss - the highest in the airline’s history - last week, one critical point was that $2.6 billion came from a write-down of the value of the aircraft in the Qantas international…
When is a broken phone not really broken?
Businesses battling to keep their information safe pricked up their ears last week as it was announce that Boeing has produced a mobile phone that self-destructs should the wrong person try to use it…