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Airlines Waiting for Word From Boeing on Fixing Max Planes

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

Airlines Waiting for Word From Boeing on Fixing Max Planes

"More than one hundred new Boeing seven thirty seven MAX jetliners remain grounded because of problems detected with some electrical components the federal aviation administration's told your lines that it's working with Boeing to fully identify and address a problem detected with electrical grounding in a backup power control unit and the FAA says additional testing shows the issue could involve additional systems the problem was first reported in early April discovered a new jets still on the assembly line an official with Southwest Airlines Boeing's biggest customer says half of its sixty four MAX jets are still out of service and it's frustrating because the jets have only been in use since March after the first grounding that followed two deadly crashes linked to the automated flight control systems hi Jackie Quinn

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Fresh update on "max plane" discussed on Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:48 sec | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "max plane" discussed on Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

"Boeing 7 37 Max jets will likely last longer than expected. Como's Colin Handke reports. The electrical issue that forced the grounding is more widespread than originally believed. Federal Aviation Administration safety inspectors are asking going to take another look at the problem that last month grounded about a quarter of the Max fleet. And forced going to suspend deliveries of new MAX planes. Reuters reports. The electrical grounding issue that first cropped up on the plane's flight deck has now shown up into other parts of the plane. As recently as a week ago, Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun characterized the issue as fairly minor, finalizing the plans and documentation with the FAA to outline the process required for operators to return their airplanes to service. We expect the work to take a few days per airplane now, the Reuters reports. The FAA is asking Boeing for a fresh analysis seeking assurances the issue won't affect more onboard systems..

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Alaska, American, Southwest, United Airlines pull Chicago-based Boeing Max jets

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00:50 sec | 3 weeks ago

Alaska, American, Southwest, United Airlines pull Chicago-based Boeing Max jets

"No problem with some of Boeing 7 37 Max airplanes is prompting several carriers to pull dozens of the Jets out of service. NPR's David Schaper reports. Boeing says it's electrical problem yet today says Boeing notified the regulatory agency about the electrical problem late Thursday that it could affect the operation of a backup power unit. Alaska American Southwestern United are among the airlines pulling close to 70 of their 7 37 max planes temporarily out of service to address the problem. It appears to be related to a change in the production process and effects only some recently manufactured 7 37 Max jets. The problem is not related to the M cast flight control system. Which is blamed in part for causing to 7 37 Max crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia that killed 346 people.

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Airlines pull Boeing Max jets to inspect electrical systems

Fresh Air

00:50 sec | 3 weeks ago

Airlines pull Boeing Max jets to inspect electrical systems

"Boeing 7 37 Max Airplanes is prompting several carriers to pull dozens of the Jets out of service. NPR's David Schaper reports. Boeing says it's electrical problem yet they A says Boeing notified the regulatory agency about the electrical problem late Thursday that it could affect the operation of a backup power unit. Alaska American Southwestern United are among the airlines pulling close to 70 of their 7 37 max planes temporarily out of service to address the problem. It appears to be related to a change in the production process and effects only some recently manufactured 7 37 Max jets. The problem is not related to the M cast flight control system. Which is blamed in part for causing to 7 37 Max crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia that killed 346 people. David Schaper.

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Boeing Warns of Potential Issue With 737 MAX Jet

Buck Sexton

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

Boeing Warns of Potential Issue With 737 MAX Jet

"Airlines air pulling dozens of Boeing 7 37 max planes out of service again, this time to inspect them for a possible electrical problem. Boeing says it is informed 16 of its customers that they should address a possible electrical issue in certain 7 37 Max aircraft before using them further Boeing's of Friday that the recommendation was made to allow for verification. It is sufficient ground path exists for a component of the electrical power system. It did not specify how many aircraft could be potentially impacted by its

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Airlines Pull Boeing Max Jets to Inspect Electrical Systems

Here & Now

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

Airlines Pull Boeing Max Jets to Inspect Electrical Systems

"Dozens of 7 37 Max jets in the U. S air being grounded again after Boeing reveal they could have an electrical problem. The maker of the max planes says it's informed 16 customers, including airlines, such a Southwest America, United and Alaska. Transportation Secretary People to Judge Address the latest development at the White House briefing today. We need to make sure that they are. There's full confidence before these specific aircraft returned to the air, and that's what the FAA will be closely monitoring Max Chance worldwide were previously granted for 20 months after two deadly crashes blamed in part on computer software

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"max plane" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 3 weeks ago

"max plane" Discussed on KOMO

"Of 7 37. Max planes grounded again. I'm poor win Hate with the issue. Boeing is self reporting, plus a death in the royal family and a death and Hollywood those stories right now from ABC. It's 10 o'clock. From ABC News. I'm Michelle Franson in Minneapolis and ST 10 of prosecution testimony in the Derrick Show than Murder trial today, former Hennepin County medical Examiner Dr Lindsay Thomas pushing back on the defense theory that George Floyd's death was caused by a heart condition or the use of drugs. She testified she agrees with other state Medical experts that Floyd died after being placed in a position by Officer she says where he was quote, unable to get enough oxygen in to maintain his body functions. No evidence to suggest he would have died that night, except for the interactions with law enforcement. And if in county Chief Medical Examiner Dr Andrew Baker will also testify today, the race to vaccinate ramping up still, But some states are seeing a surge in cases and calling for a special federal vaccination program today. White House covert response coordinator coordinator Jeff's And says they will continue to distribute does is based on the adult population of states. The virus is unpredictable. We don't know where the next increase in cases could occur in London. Buckingham Palace is asking people not to gather due to covert restrictions as they pay tribute to Prince Phillip. 99 year old husband of Queen Elizabeth, died today, just two months shy of his 1/100 birthday. He had been in and out of hospital with health issues. This past year, the family of rapper DMX, announcing today he died. He had been in the hospital on life support this past week after a reported Drug overdose..

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Southwest Airlines orders 100 Boeing 737 Max planes

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:33 sec | Last month

Southwest Airlines orders 100 Boeing 737 Max planes

"After two fatal crashes and the total grounding of the aircraft confidence is building again in the Boeing. 7 37 Max. Here's a B C's Jim Ryan after accidents involving Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines killed 346 people. Aviation authorities around the world ordered the 7 37 Max out of the sky. As investigators search for the causes of the crash is bowing, accumulated to stockpile of 400 of that plane. Now Southwest Airlines has announced 100 firm orders for the max with the first headed into the Pink bay in 2022 to receive this Southwest

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"max plane" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:40 min | Last month

"max plane" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Maturity and Fizer have highly effective vaccines. 80% protection from infection two weeks after vaccination with one dose 90% 2 weeks. After the second dose opening statements today, and witnesses at the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Sheldon, charged with the death of George Floyd at massive ship that have been blocking the Suez Canal has finally been freed Traffic And to start flowing again. Those facing eviction have a little bit longer. The federal moratorium on evictions will now last through June. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky signed the order today, extending the moratorium on evictions until June. 30th the relief for renters struggling to pay their rent was put in place last year because of the pandemic and was expected to expire on Wednesday. But the CDC says Dr Wolinsky signed the extension because evictions of tenants could be detrimental to public health control measures. To slow the spread of covert 19 faith. The booby ABC NEWS Washington Contact tracing program that's been used by Massachusetts will end up costing the Commonwealth about 100 and $30 million by the end of June. Around 4500 people were hired to track down those who might have been in contact with someone who tested positive for Corona virus. The programs now winding down, nearly all of the state's 350 won cities and towns used the state run program. There's growing confidence again. The Boeing 7 37 max planes despite a pair of deadly crashes that led to its grounding after accidents involving Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines killed 346 people. Aviation authorities around the world Order the 7 37 Max out of the sky. As investigators search for the causes of the crash is bowing accumulated to stockpile of 400 of that plane. Now, Southwest Airlines has announced 100 firm orders for the max with the first headed into the pink bay in 2022 to receive this southwest colors. Jim running an ABC News voting is almost over that a contentious unionization voted the Deep South. We get details from CBS's Jim Priscilla. Today's the deadline for some 6000 workers have a sprawling Amazon warehouse there. Birmingham, Alabama to decide whether they want to unionize. It would be the first Amazon Union after years of intense opposition by the company. The union says 85% of the workforce at the facility is black and has linked the organization effort to the racial justice struggle. The outcome of the union vote. Could have a huge implication for both Amazon and the labor movement. Becker College is officially shutting down the college campuses in Worcester and Lester will shut down at the end of the spring semester. The board of trustees with the message this morning after a weekend vote, the final commencement is May 8th transition services will be provided for the end of August. Clark University, meantime, is set to pick up some of the slack. Wister School says it's providing a path forward for Becker. Students enrolled in some of the colleges leading edge programs. Clark's establishing the Becker School of Design and Technology to House Becker's internationally ranked programming, interactive Media design and associated Concentrations. Well, is he sports management and integrated graphic design. Becker students and business criminology and computer science also have pathways that Clark to complete their degrees. Many schools across the country have made changes to their mascots. Under pressure that those mascots are insensitive or racist. The WBC's dribble Holland tells us right and wrong. It's just one side of the coin. On the other side of massive rebranding project that sometimes costs schools thousands of dollars. Prime example the pin tuck it say chips in the Merrimack Valley, made the call to move away from the station mascot last fall. There's a lot of Sinus around here, you know, something like a gym floor is not something that you replaced quickly and talking. Assistant Principal Dan Thornton got a crash course on the cost of rebranding entered shake Messier. After watching communities like that, his PR firm said. It's time to step up heard strategy and storytelling offered to rebrand any school in this state at no cost. Four schools took them up on it. They need help. Schools don't need extra additional funds to try and do the right thing. And Professor Joyce Rain. Anderson and Bridgewater State says this rebranding is indeed the right thing. These negative stereotypes even though they say they're honoring. They're really not, she says. It's time to start respecting the 576 recognized tribes in the United States and the differences between them all true. Mulholland WBZ Boston's news radio Children's book is getting taken out of circulation for its racist undertones. It says it's pulled the adventures of Luke and Gluck Kung fu cave men from the future because it perpetuates passive racism. Publisher says the decision is fully backed by author Dav Pilkey. The book was released in 2010 and follows two characters who live in the fictional town of Cave Land. Ohio a time travel from 500,001 BC to the year 22 22, where they meet a martial arts instructor who teaches them Kung Fu Pilkey says he'll donate his advance and all royalties to groups dedicated to stopping. Violence and hatred against Asians. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News, silky, also authors, the popular captain Underpants, Syria's marijuana's been legalized in several states, including Massachusetts. Now, you could add New York to that list. The deal in New York comes just a month after neighboring New Jersey finalized its legal weed law, New York would funnel a big chunk of revenue into communities of color hit hard by the war on drugs startup of businesses in the marijuana industry, state Senator Liz Krueger. Has been trying to pass this for years, often running into conflict with Governor Andrew Cuomo. The governor's certainly seeing more willing to make concessions this year woman was the subject of several ongoing investigations. Steve Burns for CBS News, New YORK, New York will become the 15th state to legalize adult use of marijuana to 21 traffic and weather together is next..

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Dallas-based Southwest Airlines orders 100 Boeing 737 Max planes

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00:32 sec | Last month

Dallas-based Southwest Airlines orders 100 Boeing 737 Max planes

"Again. The Boeing 7 37 max planes despite a pair of deadly crashes that led to its grounding after accidents involving Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines killed 346 people. Aviation authorities around the world Order the 7 37 Max out of the sky. As investigators search for the causes of the crash is bowing accumulated to stockpile of 400 of that plane. Now, Southwest Airlines has announced 100 firm orders for the max with the first headed into the pink bay in 2022 to receive this southwest colors. Jim running

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Southwest Airlines orders 100 Boeing 737 Max planes

Brian Mudd

00:17 sec | Last month

Southwest Airlines orders 100 Boeing 737 Max planes

"Airlines is adding 100 Boeing 7 37 Max seven planes to its fleet. The Mat, Dallas based carrier said today that the new agreement converts 70 of its orders for Max eight planes to the smaller smack seven jets. He also added options for another 155 passenger jets through 2029

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"max plane" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 2 months ago

"max plane" Discussed on KOMO

"On 67 more max planes over the next two years with options on another 52. At Sea TAC AIRPORT. Corwin Hague Camo News. China's aviation regulators are still in the process of reviewing a plan to return the 7 37 Max to service. Their Chinese regulators say they're working with Boeing on the re certification process, and once the plan is complete, then test flights should start. China was the first nation to ground the max jets in March of 2019 after the second deadly crash, the first one Also playing a role Ethiopia in Indonesia, where we saw those two crashes this month, Amazon workers and in Alabama warehouse votes on whether or not to unionize, and President Biden offered his support to union organizing efforts. Yesterday. I made it clear made it clear when I was running that my administration's policy would be to support unions organ is a organizing and the right to collectively bargain. I'm keeping that promise. NPR reporting that the mail in ballot election runs through March, 29th workers could become the first Amazon warehouse employees to unionize in the United States. There are some Amazon employees under union contracts in Europe coming up I'm super Omero. More covert vaccine appointments just came open in South King County, but they're expected to go quickly. First of two or four. Come on. Traffic update from the tube in larger of traffic center. Here's Marina rock injure. Well, we have a couple things to talk about in mount like terrorist South Down I five approaching to 20th. The right lane is blocked with collision, So we have stop and go traffic from 44th in Lynwood. North and I five in Seattle. We have a stalled vehicle blocking or partially blocking the ramp from Dearborn to north and I five in those collector distributor Lanes. Your next coma. Traffic at 2 14 are coming forecast now whether from meteorologist Kristen Clarke noticeably quieter weather across western Washington this week, looking at a dry afternoon across Puget Sound,.

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United expands order for Boeing 737 Max aircraft

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

United expands order for Boeing 737 Max aircraft

"There are a bunch of them within two C's being up so much. Boeing has been the leading gainer among the 30 companies making up the Dow industrials. Shares are up about 5% thanks to an order from United Airlines for 25 Morson in 37 Max planes. It's in a solid vote of confidence after the max is were grounded for 20 months after two crashes, Draftkings the sports

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European aviation agency: 737 Max to be cleared next week

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

European aviation agency: 737 Max to be cleared next week

"The Boeing seven three seven Max at Croft will be green lighted to resume flights in Europe next week following UP two years of reviews off to the aircraft was involved in two deadly crashes the soul the planes grounded worldwide Patrick dye the head of the European Union aviation safety agency says seven three seven MAX planes will be permitted to fly so long as they meet conditions specified by the agency and the pilots are up to date on their training hi it's an online event hosted by Germany's aviation press club says the cost will be cleared to fly again from next week changes mandated by Easter include a re certification of the plane's flight control system which was not spot the previous seven three seven models I'm Charles there this month

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Boeing will pay $2.5 billion to settle charge over 737 Max crashes

Morning Edition

02:00 min | 4 months ago

Boeing will pay $2.5 billion to settle charge over 737 Max crashes

"Charge of criminal conspiracy related it to 7 37 Max plane crashes, The company will pay $2.5 billion without pleading guilty. Here's NPR's David Schaper. Federal prosecutors say key Boeing employees to siege safety regulators about a new flight control system on the plane that investigators say played a major role in both deadly crashes. There's some really damning language in there about Sacrificing safety, you know for profit, basically Carl Tobias, his law professor at the University of Richmond, it did not find widespread fraudulent behavior in the company. But these two central employees did engage according to the government in very bad conduct. Prosecutors say the deception by those two Boeing employees quote impeded the government's ability to ensure the safety of the flying public. By singling out just the two employees. Critics say the Justice Department is letting blowing off the hook. I find this find to be inadequate, given the egregious nature of the defense organ Democrat Peter DeFazio chairs the House Transportation Committee, which found widespread evidence of management failures of Boeing. He calls the settlement to slap on the wrist and an insult to the 346 victims. 24 year old Samuel Rose Stew, Mo died in the Ethiopian Airlines crash in March of 2019. Her father is Michael Stew, Mo. This is the Boeing Protection Agreement. Studio points out that Boeing's criminal fine is just $243 million. Most of the breast almost $1.8 billion is compensation that Boeing has already agreed to pay airlines that purchased the 7 37 Max, There's nobody being held accountable. Personally. In a statement, Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun calls it a substantial settlement of a very serious matter that appropriately acknowledges how we fell short of our values and expectations. David Schaper NPR news

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American Airlines to fly first Boeing 737 Max plane from Miami in nearly 2 years

Brian Mudd

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

American Airlines to fly first Boeing 737 Max plane from Miami in nearly 2 years

"At Miami International Airport are boarding a 7 37 Max, take off. Four take off. It's an American Airlines jet that will go from M I a toe LaGuardia after two deadly crashes involving its state of the art plane across there's a Boeing 737. Max ate the same. Boeing reworked the Max and now is his CEO Dave Calhoun. I think we come out of here leaner, faster, smarter, better, most importantly, safe. But among families of the 346 people who died in the two crashes. Don't trust it. Elena Lopez Lewis and six other family members have written to the FAA asking that the max be Grounded again while acknowledging that I don't think that fake really cares about what we have to say, either Jim early in ABC News The

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"max plane" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

05:44 min | 5 months ago

"max plane" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Having me there's been 20 months of scrutiny and diligence. Put online pilots input both to going into the FAA to make sure that works to see and then we have the conference here. Joining us now is Leslie Josephs, aviation reporter at CNBC. See, thanks for joining us, Leslie Thanks. Probably wanted to talk about the 7 37 Max again. The last time we had you on the FAA had just given approval to, uh, bowing to start flying these planes again. This was after it had been grounded for over 20 months. And just last week, American Airlines. They started flying some executive staff and media on the plane so that they can, you know, get it out there in the public. You were one of those people that were actually able to fly on the plane. I just remember anecdotally once the news came out But he was saying right away who? I don't know I might want away. Let's get Let's get a few flights out of the way before I can go on it. So let's just start there. You did get to ride on the plane. How did it go? Where did you go? How far was the flight? The flight was about an hour. The first flight actually went from Dallas Fort Worth, which is American Airlines headquarters to maintenance base in Tulsa, and they hosted a bunch of media there show you how they were taking the planes out of storage. I took the flight from Tulsa back to Dallas Fort Worth. It was about an hour pretty smooth and not a lot to see me in the interior looks not unlike other narrow bodies, People will float on and 7 37 Max was in service. For about two years. By the time the plane was grounded, so lots of folks have already been on the plane and the changes that airlines and going we're making to the plains to make the air worthy again. They're not really visible. To the naked eye, So there's really not a lot to see. That might be different. Tell me a little bit about some of the changes they made. I know. Pilot training was something different on simulators, something that didn't happen the first time around with this and caste system. So what other changes did they make? So pilot training is one of them. A simulator training wasn't part of the original. They did and that steps the pilots are starting to the cycle through those training modules now that American Airlines other airlines are starting their pilots on them very soon, But the system that was implicated was flight control system was implicated in both of those fatal crashes. That boat has worked to make that. Less aggressive and give pilots more control so that both of those crashes the pilot's essentially fighting this automated system that was activated by getting incorrect sensor data and continually push the nose of the plane down. So now, with their upgrade that they installed in an American airlines continues another airlines continue to install on their 7 37 max airplanes, It won't have the same characteristics more control will be in the hands of the pilots. American Airlines is going to be the first to start re flying. These planes is going to be coming at the end of December. I think, what do we know about that? So they're supposed to be the first in the U. S to start on the 29th. They're gonna start slow, perhaps of a better term. They're gonna have flights between Miami and New York's LaGuardia Airport. But the goal is to eventually expand this to other airports. I mean, they had 24 of these airplanes and their fleet at the time of the grounding, and they have several dozen more on orders. So it's gonna be a big part of American sweet and other airlines going forward for years, but it's it's gonna take that long to get all those planes into service and also routes. From I understand the airlines air going toe clearly know when somebody books a flight, and that's going to be on a 7 37 Max, and then passengers can have the option to switch a plane or do a lot of that stuff. How well all that work out. Yes, of the airline, saying that they're going to be very transparent about it. So you book your flight, you'll see you know the time the date the routing, and they'll say something. You know, when you look at the equipment type, I'll say 7 37 Max. There've been some reports out there the name Boeing has three gently stepped away from using the name and certain instances. For example, some press releases little Medium like the second or third reference. It won't say the word Max will say 7 37 or 7, 37 8 and even in the 7 37 Max, If I flew on the safety card, says 7 37. It doesn't say Max and I actually flew an older model of the 7 37, which has been in service this whole time. My commercial flight. Back home, and it was the same safety card. So you're not seeing those things, but the airlines say that well, now that you can book flights on the plain people don't want to fly that plane. They will allow them to switch off to another flight. We talked about this the last time as well returning to flying during a pandemic. Let's look at Thanksgiving passenger traffic was at an eight month high over Thanksgiving. But that was 40% lower than last year. And obviously, health officials don't want people flying too much right now. But this is just one of those other difficulties that these are the airlines. You know the plane makers. Everybody's having this problem right now. That's a bigger problems and the max right now. I mean, because there's so few people traveling in airlines, of course, have to convince people to fly at all, whether they're on a max or their own older 7 37 rather on an Airbus played, so that's kind of a bigger concern, but also policing people on the plane to make sure that they're wearing masks and things like that. So we did see a spike in air travel over Thanksgiving holiday, they must tie. It was actually just 40% of last year's level, and since then, air travel generally early December is kind Alone anyway, We've seen that go back to me. We're like a third of where we were last year, so it remains to be seen how we go Christmas. Obviously another big holiday. The peak days are actually in the summer. When everyone's off, you know, the airports are very full. But the thing is for airlines. There's so few days that people travel usually for the holidays so they can charge higher fares because everyone wants to get home. Get.

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Boeing suffers more canceled orders for its 737 Max plane

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

Boeing suffers more canceled orders for its 737 Max plane

"Boeing company is reporting more cancellations for at seven thirty seven Max jet Boeing reported eighty eight orders for the planes were canceled in November that pushes the total to five hundred and thirty six cancellations for the year virgin Australia had ordered forty eight next yes but that was revised down to twenty five the November figures don't include seventy five Max jets that Irish carrier Ryanair said it would purchase in a flashy news conference held last week the pandemic crush demand for air travel and despite revisions the Max itself still suffers from image problems after two crashes that killed three hundred forty six people a Brazilian airline plans to operate the first Max flight with paying passengers since the grounding twenty one months ago I'm Jennifer king

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Boeing Lands 1st 737 Max Order Since Troubled Plane Was Cleared To Fly Again

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:20 sec | 5 months ago

Boeing Lands 1st 737 Max Order Since Troubled Plane Was Cleared To Fly Again

"Boeing had Nok Day today. Why the 7 37 Max looks like it's coming back online and Ryan Air and you're put in a big order for the max plane. $9 billion order for last 20 months. All we've heard is about airlines canceling orders for the 7 37 Max. So it was good news to see those orders Pick up

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Waiting for passengers, American puts Boeing Max in the air

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

Waiting for passengers, American puts Boeing Max in the air

"Boeing may be on the verge of selling more of its 7 37 MAX planes, details from Kemal's great Herschel Bloomberg News reports. Ryan Air could make the announcement as soon as tomorrow. Europe's biggest discount airline already has 135 MAX jets on order and options to bring that total to 200 or more. Analysts say a significant order from a customer like Ryanair would bolster confidence in the ground and Max and help replenish a Boeing backlog has been depleted. Since the start of the pandemic. The airline's chief executive officer, Michael O'Leary, has called the Max again Game changer that will allow Ryan air to add capacity while reducing fuel burn. Neither side is commenting beyond that. Greg Hirsch Holt Co. Moh

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For The First Time Since Grounding, American Airlines Boeing 737 MAX Flight Takes Off From Dallas

Here & Now

02:33 min | 5 months ago

For The First Time Since Grounding, American Airlines Boeing 737 MAX Flight Takes Off From Dallas

"For the first time in nearly two years civilians are taking a flight on a boeing. seven thirty-seven max plane today. The demonstration flight operated by american airlines will travel from dallas to tulsa with members of the media as the first passengers since those two fatal crashes grounded the aircraft for twenty months spring in here now transportation analyst. Seth kaplan inset. Today's flight designed to build. Consumer confidence approve their safe after the faa recertified. The max last month so tell us more about today's flight and when we can expect commercial flights yeah ninety journalists wearing masks as any flight these days plus the flight crew. You've got obviously pilots and flight attendants on there. So you add that all up and it's something like two thirds full which nowadays is rather full flight compared to a lot of commercial ones right robin and exactly the fact that they're doing this shows that they are concerned about consumer confidence. of course. now you have cova. Vid impacting consumer confidence in terms of flying. As well as those max issues the flights the crashes rather killed three hundred forty six people terrible well. Undergrounding was a huge blow to boeing financially. Pretty critical. I'd imagine to get these planes back in the air. So you know how critical and what's the sense that this is gonna work. People will get on them even more critical than before because before. At least you had airlines clamoring for the planes to despite the problems you just sort of had this natural inertia. You might call it. Air of airlines just needed the airplanes Now that's different. Now they have most of these airlines too many airplanes even though they still want these planes because they're more efficient they can afford to wait. They can afford not to buy new planes. So this this is is now a double blow to boeing. We thought the worst thing was that they couldn't deliver all these planes airlines wanted The airplanes on their hands airlines don't necessarily need even though over the very long term look airlines want to renew their fleets well and is that just to be clear is that they don't necessarily need it because of covid because so few people are flying right now right because demand is lower. So so if you remember robin when the grounding i happened before the busy summer travel season of a year earlier well airlines couldn't fly their schedules. They were killing on these planes. They count on every airplane to fly during a normal summer whereas now there's just a lot of slack in their fleets and so they might not have the plane they want but they have a plane.

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Boeing's 737 Max cleared to fly in the US after crashes

News O'Clock

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

Boeing's 737 Max cleared to fly in the US after crashes

"The fact that covert still running ramp it. You may not be planning on flying anytime soon. But that hasn't stopped. Boeing from saying it's seven thirty seven max. Planes are once again cleared for takeoff here. Cbs news explaining why they're taking flight again. American moving ahead with plans to resume passenger service as soon as december twenty nine following the as order grounding the plane. Faa administrator steve dickson. A pilot pu the max last month. I can tell you now that i am one hundred percent comfortable with my family flying on it. This particular plane the 737 max has been grounded since march twenty nineteen by the a. This came after two deadly crashes that killed three hundred and forty. Six people were blamed on flight. Control failures boeing says. They've agreed to the faa's two criteria for return. The first is to fix those fight control flaws and the second is to require additional pilot training

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Boeing 737 Max jets approved to fly again in wake of deadly crashes

Ron St. Pierre

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Boeing 737 Max jets approved to fly again in wake of deadly crashes

"Administration yesterday, clearing Boeing's 7 37 Max to fly once again, 20 months after the planes were grounded around the world in March, 2019 that followed two fatal crashes as we know within five months of each other. Crashes of the Ethiopian Airlines and Indonesia's Lion Air jets killed a total of 346 people. U. S Airlines will fly the 7 37 Max planes again once Boeing updates critical software and computers and pilots get the training they need on on those in flight simulators. Both the FAA

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"max plane" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"max plane" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Then Dick Compaq compound that with a a a a pull up and make big up I suspect that they died in police custody I it and for officers immediately fired this has the potential becoming a really really bad and this is not the only two cities that this can be happening and over the next couple of days it may even also really take off this weekend but thank god and at least in Los Angeles and maybe even and now the Twin Cities it's not a hundred and ten degrees because that's a really gets people crazy yeah yeah sorry gonna follow both of those here we're gonna take a quick break and come back protest downtown Los Angeles also downtown Minneapolis and we will follow both of them out here to detective Sam Jack again Tim lane I'm K. cal channel five let's talk about the protesters outside the metropolitan detention center in downtown LA we'll come back and tell you exactly where this protest going if it breaks up or gets bigger rely on calf I'm worn out you grab he was just talking about hundreds of people have gathered in downtown LA to protest police brutality and the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis the demonstrators are calling for more police accountability and for the arrest of the officers involved in Floyd's death Boeing has resumed production of its seven thirty seven Max planes the aircraft company halted production of the jetliners in January following an extended global grounding of all the planes airlines have been prohibited from flying the plane since March of last year after two fatal crashes that killed a total of three hundred forty six people and a federal cares act that included twelve hundred dollars stimulus payments for most Americans also makes it easier for people to borrow from their four oh one K. account the act allows people under fifty nine and a half to take a hardship withdrawal of up to one hundred thousand dollars without the usual ten percent penalty we will check downtown and the ninety one next the things we think about today are so different from a couple months ago when the unexpected happens you can always count on the accident attorneys at sweet James it's Conway here if I ever got hurt in accident the first call I would make would be to sweet James the call is free the consultation is free and they're available anytime and they're ready to help you always get justice with the accident attorneys at sweet James who you hire.

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"max plane" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"max plane" Discussed on KOMO

"Seven MAX planes will get back in the air continues to grow correspondent Clayton levels as major airlines have again canceled more flights it was March of last year that the Boeing seven thirty seven Max was grounded and that's where they remain on the ground two deadly crashes overseas prompted the move from nations all over the world aviation attorney can Krause says the groundings impact more than just an airline's current fleet specifically American Airlines they also ended anticipated accepting and getting new versions of the plan so it's not only had him reduce but it's also impacted their ability to grow he says the duration of the groundings wasn't expected and it's hurting big airlines like American United and southwest they were very important additions to their fleet American estimates that the grounding cost five hundred and forty million dollars in pre tax income in twenty nineteen but according to Krauss the impacts or just financial from across standpoint going forward once they finally get it going will people be willing to actually fly on those planes a decent expert Denny Kelly says there's still a long way to go before bowing to allow the planes to fly again install the new six good for the modification then they will have to fly the airplane in our tests farming show that everything works properly southwest has more of the Max aircraft than any other U. S. airline and is extending the removal of its next flight from its daily schedules through June sixth the previous date was April fourteenth according to the airline three hundred and thirty weekday flights will be taken out of the schedule American and United also recently canceling Max flights early June I'm Clayton apple correspondent Joe Ramsey says president trump will welcome college football's national championship team to the White House today just days after Louisiana state defeated clubs in the college playoff final the winning Tigers will be in the nation's capital before visiting sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue the LSU team will toward the nearby national museum of African American history and culture trump attended the national championship game in New Orleans which Ellis you one forty two to twenty five and he received an enthusiastic welcome route your work could be on the menu for the team but the president took delight in serving last year's champion hamburgers and pizza during a partial government shut down.

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"max plane" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"max plane" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"Early as Wednesday Leicester Kristen. We'll see in the morning. Is the new host of weekend today. Congratulations thank thank you so much. You'RE GONNA have a blast for much of the country. There's dangerous weather ahead. Putting tens of millions at risk at roker is tracking it all. Aw what's the latest Lester. We're looking at a risk of severe weather for what we're looking at ten states talking about thirty seven million people plus we've we've got flood watches and warnings for forty eight million people. Winter weather advisories for thirty four million people and as you can see it's already firing up. With Tornado watches. We are looking at this. The storm system pushing to the east with flood threat from Texas Vermont. Dangerous storms in the Southern Plains for tomorrow two to four inches of rain in the Mississippi River valley three quarters of inch of ice in the Midwest and up to eight inches of snow in the plains to the Great Lakes. Lester roker thank you sir. We're getting a look at some. Shocking internal emails from Boeing suggesting employees always knew about problems with a seven thirty seven Max before two deadly crashes. NBC Stephanie Gos- Has the emails and Boeing's reaction the seven 737 Max became Boeing's bestselling jet ever but in two thousand seventeen. Just as the planes were taking to the skies worldwide. A Boeing employee sent this message just to a colleague. This airplane is designed by clowns. Who in turn are supervised by monkeys other employees calling the design piss poor and comparing the fixes fixes to patching a leaky boat? Boeing has now released more than one hundred pages of emails as part of FAA in congressional investigations. They put undue the pressures and undue expectations on the engineers and the workers in the company and that has to stop in October. Two Thousand Eighteen Lion Air flight six ten seven thirty seven. Max crashed killing. One hundred and eighty nine. People on board in May of that year is bowing was pursuing FAA approval for the Max flight simulator simulator. One test pilot road I'll be shocked if the FAA approves this third another road. Honesty is the only way in this job integrity when lives are on the line. Would you put your family on a MAC simulator trained aircraft. I wouldn't in March two thousand nineteen another crash. All one hundred fifty seven in on board killed and it became clear there was a fatal software. Flaw in the design 737. Max was grounded but now these emails revealed that Boeing employees. He's had concerns about the plane. And its apparent.

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"max plane" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"max plane" Discussed on KOMO

"Thirty seven MAX planes as I'm covered another design flaw goals Ryan cover with more on the discover that went public over the weekend as part of last month's audit ordered by the Federal Aviation Administration Boeing is said to have found previously unreported concerns with the seven thirty seven Max according to The New York Times this new concern is with the wiring that controls the plane's tail there are apparently two sets of wiring so close together we could cause a short circuit a Boeing spokesperson says it's premature to speculate whether this discovery will lead to further design changes or further delays in returning the Max flee to the skies after continuing to churn out dozens of new planes in the months since the Max was initially grounded the company still planning to suspend production of the seven thirty seven Max this month Boeing says Max workers in Renton will be temporarily reassigned Brian Calvert come o'neill Seahawk fans thrilled to see their beaten up team advance in the NFL playoffs after a wild card road win at Philadelphia comes going ache with how the twelves are reacting the Seahawks faced a backup quarterback in Philly and escape with the seventeen nine win what fans are worried we need to you can thank a sharp quarterback performance by Russell Wilson along with clutch receptions by rookie DKA Metcalf and a determined touchdown run by some guy named marshon please note no it wasn't always pretty but fans expect lovelier things to come beautiful green next weekend core when he could pull more news of a police presence outside Seattle city hall yesterday afternoon for the Washington three percenters rally that was going on.

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"max plane" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"max plane" Discussed on KOMO

"Of its planned the delivery of Boeing seven thirty seven MAX planes next year couples Erica to reports the CEO of Ireland's Ryanair says the airline now expects to receive its first Max planes in March twenty twenty CEO Michael Larry said earlier today the reduced expectation of thirty MAX aircraft being delivered in advance of peak summer twenty twenty down to twenty aircraft and there is a real risk of none Europe's busiest airline is city would cut flights and close some basis because of delays to deliveries of the plane which has been grounded globally after two fatal crashes last year para kinds Coleman news at one ten time to check on sports como's bill sports at the Harley exterior sports desk Washington and Washington state both football road favorites this weekend while the Huskies have lost two straight football games to conference powers were again in Utah they are favored by ten points in Friday night's game at Oregon state it's a two thirty broadcast on come on news Washington state coming off a bye week the codes are favored by eleven in Berkeley Saturday against the sliding California bears Seattle Seahawks up their record is seven and two with the come from behind forty thirty four overtime triumph against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Russell Wilson tossed a career best five touchdown passes including the game winner to tight end Jake Apollo stir Tyler Lockett holding thirteen Wilson passes for one hundred fifty yards and two scores I wanted to dedicate these games my great grandma and you know I lived where my whole life so I called her so today before the game and got the chance to call after the game is or outside also see post for you Knox take on the undefeated forty Niners next Monday night in Santa Clara Seattle Sounders expect to sell a couple of thousand more tickets for this Sunday's MLS Cup against Toronto FC and that could push attendance close to seventy two thousand at CenturyLink field sport to ten and forty after the hour bill Schwartz on the home of the Huskies Scone news after more than seven decades with the same family in the car has a new owner Roger Penske the founder of the Penske corporation I think the fact that we've been coming to this track for almost fifty years and seen the growth of the series and understand the technology and it's also a great business opportunity for us Penske entertainment is bought the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the indycar series team Penske has eighteen wins at the Indy five hundred a change at the top of the nation's largest police force James o'neill is leaving his post as police commissioner here in New York in order to take a job in the private sector o'neill has led the NYPD for the last three years his first day a man detonated a pressure cooker bomb on twenty third street and he steered the department through to other terror attacks o'neill is overseeing a drop in crime and in arrests but it's a ministration was haunted by difficult decisions after the death in custody of Eric garner which cost him loss of faith among some of the rank and file A. B. C.'s Erin conter ski all barge that's been stuck in top some rocks in Niagara Falls for more than a hundred years has finally shifted as a result of severe weather A. B. C.'s will receive reports from Niagara Falls iron sky one old cargo ship has been a must see attraction at the famous fall since it got stuck in the rocks in nineteen eighteen but now officials say a wicked storm on Halloween night was so strong it actually moved the rack more than one hundred fifty feet downstream not.

"max plane" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"max plane" Discussed on KOMO

"News stay informed como mid day fifty nine degrees under a mix of sun and clouds at eleven OO to Good Friday morning and the lonely island for Tom other today your top stories now from the como twenty four seven news center nearly five billion dollars Boeing expected in this fiscal quarter is evaporated now amid the seven thirty seven MAX disasters and subsequent grounding details from almost Corwin ache perhaps hoping to soften the blow Boeing is making the announcement in advance of next week's official quarterly earnings report the news for shareholders is not good The Seattle Times reports the company is announcing a four point nine billion dollar after tax accounting charge the charge reflects the financial impact of the Max disasters and it means bowing will pose to three point six billion dollars second quarter loss the company's first quarterly loss in ten years and its largest loss in company history what's costing so much the company says it must pay penalties to its customers for late deliveries of the Max and ironically because Boeing is producing fewer Max planes the cost of making them has increased in the second quarter by one point seven billion dollars Corwin hake call more news so man arrested last week in the two thousand nine disappearance of Nancy Moyer will not be charged with any crimes at this time latest on that case now from home was Carly Johnson earlier this week prosecutors and Thurston county said they were not ready to charge Eric Roberts in the murder of Nancy Moyer who vanished from her home in tonight ten years ago but they were continuing to hold him on illegal firearms charges but that has now been dropped as well the sheriff's office telling Kamel the modified firearms may not reach the definition of being illegal bedpost in one of more years former coworkers still thinks that Roberts killed Nancy have shut down my mind this person is responsible he initially confessed to the murder but then recanted they dug up as property took some evidence to the crime lab but nobody's been found Posten says she hasn't lost hope knowing how much investigators want to solve this case server to dedicated people hopefully they can tie things and if they can't how heartbreaking is that going to be Carly Johnson come on news individual offender we've been following was released from jail yesterday for months early Francisco Calderon pled guilty to misdemeanor assault of a Capitol Hill man and in what became a controversial sentencing Superior Court judge and mechanic gave the maximum penalty one year in jail Seattle city attorney Pete Holmes and as for ninety days that sentencing first reported in a coma projects Seattle report ignited a public feud between homes in judge McKenna over the issue of a virtual offenders and the light sentences coming up got plans for the next twenty four hours I'm Brian Calvert with a local opportunity to hear a reading of the molar report first at eleven OO for your como Tripoli traffic with key or Jordan working with one blocking problem right now this is the new crash these bound state route one oh four west of.

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"max plane" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:56 min | 2 years ago

"max plane" Discussed on KCRW

"How did democrats make their case in a debate i'm noel king i'm steve inskeep leon castro question vetco for not going far enough on immigration we were here how the candidates began to show some of their differences also iran is moving beyond the nuclear agreement will europe stay in the deal and can opera -tunities owns give poor communities what the label says it's thursday june twenty-seventh this day in nineteen ninety-one thurgood marshall the first black supreme court justice announced his retirement his replacement was clarence thomas The news is next. live from n._p._r. news in washington i'm janine herbst the trump administration wants to scale back a program that safeguards undocumented family members of service personnel from deportation the program called parole in place allows undocumented spouses or other close family members of troops to remain in the united states while they apply for green cards and peers franko or donuts has more immigration has been part of the military basically since day one they are weaved into the fabric as you know the united states recruits immigrants they recruit spouses of immigrants they recruit to children of immigrants nearly a hundred and thirty thousand immigrants have been naturalized from over thirty foreign country n._p._r.'s franco donuts reporting immigrant advocates meanwhile have asked a federal judge to issue an emergency order requiring immediate inspections and access for doctors at board tension facilities as n._p._r.'s joel rose reports the lawyer say migrant children are languishing and filthy conditions the federal court filing asks for immediate inspections by public health experts to ensure these facilities are quote safe and sanitary this follows allegations that children were being held in squalid conditions and without adequate food at border patrol station in clint texas one doctor compared another border patrol station in ursula texas to quote torture facilities unquote where immigrant children are deprived of sleep and basic sanitation federal officials denied the allegations took reporters on a tour of the clint facility they say the children have access to showers toothpaste and other basic necessities as well as meals and snacks joel rose n._p._r. news how paso texas there's a new problem in boeing's troubled seven thirty seven max planes that will likely further delay its return to service and fears david schaper reports the f._a._a. has identified an additional issue that needs a software fix before the regulatory agency will certify the grounded jet to fly airline passengers once again boeing seven thirty-seven max has been grounded since march after crashes of max planes and indonesia and ethiopia killed three hundred and forty six people investigators linked both crashes to an automated flight control system that put the planes do uncontrollable nosed is boeing says of his completed a software fix for that system but sources tell n._p._r. that during simulator testing of those modifications last week at the test pilots discovered another issue that affected their ability to quickly and easily follow recovery procedures to stabilize the aircraft in a statement the f._a._a. says it found a risk that boeing must mitigate boeing says is working on the required software to address the newly identified problem david schaper n._p._r. news wall street is trading mixed territory at this hour the dow is down seventeen points at twenty five thousand five hundred twenty the nasdaq is up forty five points at seventy nine ninety five and the s&p five hundred is up eleven this is n._p._r. news at seven oh four i'm cheri glazer with k._c._r._w. news californians are preparing for decision that's expected beheaded down by the u._s. supreme court today the issue whether the twenty twenty cents will ask residents if they're u._s. citizens that citizenship question could scare off people from taking part in the census including u._s. citizens and legal residents who have undocumented family members for that reason activists like esperanza gave outta have been hitting the pavement for months with a goal of reaching two point seven million hard to count latinos immigrants if you jeez people would english language barriers working in the community doing presentations at schools at churches when people come into our offices for legal services gave out is with the coalition for humane immigrant rights of los angeles also known as chila her group is pushing people to participate in the census regardless of how the supreme court rules if they participate in offensive the data is confidential under title thirteen of the u._s. code and can't be used against someone in a court of law or by any other federal agency even if the court rejects the citizenship question residents in the l._a. area are notoriously hard to count supporters of statewide rent control measure can start collecting voter signatures in an effort to qualify the measure for the state ballot in november of twenty twenty the initiative was approved this week by the california secretary of state's office and the state justice department is k._c._r._w. pauline of alaska reports toned down version of a proposition that failed last year the rental affordability act is a slightly scaled back version of prop ten from the last election cycle that measure would have repealed the state's current limitations on rent control nearly two-thirds of voters voted against it in twenty teen this time around the proposed measure isn't quite so drastic it would allow cities and counties to impose strict rent control policies than is currently allowed but it would exempt mom-and-pop landlords because cities would be able to impose rent control on single family homes only the landlord owns more than two properties the new initiative would also allow cities to limit how much landlord can increase rents when a new tenant moves in l._a. based aids healthcare foundation is behind the measure presidency e oh michael weinstein says he expects voters to support it but that he'd pull the initiative if state lawmaker successfully implement stronger renter protections supporters of the proposition needs signatures for more than six hundred thousand registered voters to get it on the ballot for k._c._r._w. i'm pauline velasco and utility crews are working to repair to water mains ruptured overnight one in the van is at the other in westwood the van is rake occurred around one thirty this morning and magnolia boulevard and ranchi to- avenue the l._a. d._w._p. says about thirty customers are affected the westwood break occurred around two this morning at wilshire and beverly glen it's not clear how many people are affected by that repairs are expected to be completed by early this afternoon support for n._p._r. comes from i-drive maker remote p._c. providing real time remote access to p._c.'s max and servers from anywhere for use when telecommuting or for remote 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"max plane" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"max plane" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Good to see Lindbergh gave them may culpa today over and over he said that Boeing has to earn and rear the public trust. And when asked directly about whether he should resign and questions about his leadership. Here's what he said. And I can tell you that both of these accidents weigh heavily on us as a company I've had the privilege of working for the Boeing company for thirty four years, and we know that lights depend on what we do right now. He said the company's top priority is getting the seven thirty seven max planes back in the air safely as for whether or not they would compensate airlines for revenue loss by the grounded Mullen. Berg said that's still under discussion. We're going to be working very closely with our airline customers and with the way and with regulatory authorities around the world. As we finish up the certification process on the software update and have safe re entry into service, we're going to be diligently doing that airplane by airplane with our customers. I think getting it back up and flying is obviously a key step in rebuilding confidence. Southwestern American Airlines, both expect the planes to be back in service by the end of August. But some analysts say that timeline is to optimistic today. Momberg said that he and other billing officials will be on the inaugural flights whenever they may occur back over the right? Thank you. Now. We're going to trade this, Tim. Let's do it. And look, we basically, you know, if you sort of their investor day or the recent earnings numbers, you got no real guidance. You have no real sense when the FAA's going to necessarily give clearance for these MSE s improvements to allow them to begin shipping. So what you have to do is ultimately take out. Your max seven thirty sevens from the equation between now and year end. And it leaves you with a company that by twenty twenty one is exactly where it is right now. So the question is do investors need to do anything right now, the answer is possibly not? But I have to tell you the way the stock behaves in the history here with the FAA and groundings tells you you actually want own the stock probably out three to four weeks into that move. You would say that this is the most scrutiny. That's I think it is. This is the most scrutiny that's ever been with a with a company size of Boeing with an incident that Boeing just add. So I was a long-term holder Boeing, I still believe that there's tremendous headwinds going forward if there's so much as a hiccup on another flight or. Another plane. This is going to be a disaster for Boeing. So I think this is still a no touch. It's still up seventy percent. Yeah. I've actually been surprised how well it's held up in light up everything in particularly it seems like this is dragging on a lot a lot longer than I had expected, you know, three three sixty that is your support level. So if you own it or you're thinking about owning it if it drops below three sixty there's probably something going on. They don't know about time to get out. It's all about risk reward in the street. I don't think there's massive upside in the very short term are though I think you can own it here. I mean, it's interesting people. I'm not suggesting anybody here does or audience does. But people forget this defense component of Boeing as well today. The got water to five point seven billion dollar contract for for fighter for some sort of planes or combat control capability system, regardless. My point is it's not just commercial planes. Yes. This is a big deal. But the cash flow is ridiculous valuations. Compelling I think you can buy the stock here. Okay. We're going to end it. On that note. I'm just wondering whether we all start at some points walking on seven thirty seven max without some day. That will happen. We were walking we won't even know where. Well, well, no, you won't even know one. A pilot knows what's going on in a first mate. Anyway for more on Boeing, and what's next for the stock is the fallout over the seven thirty seven max continues head on over to.

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"max plane" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"max plane" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Thirty seven max planes involved in two deadly crashes. This is part of Boeing's push now with its customers to get this fleet off the ground back in the air. And they've invited media to get a briefing about what this offer upgrade will mean for that fleet. So this is Boeing's effort now to try and rebrand this aircraft calm the public's perception that this is an unsafe aircraft Lincoln and continues to maintain. There's nothing wrong with the aircraft in the first crash. It's believed to be maintenance issue and pilot air, and it could be the same in the crash ABC's David curly in Renton Washington today in Washington DC. The transportation department inspector general's expected to reveal plans to introduce significant changes in FAA oversight to take effect by July House Democrats have announced legislation to combat climate. Change speaker Nancy Pelosi says it's about green jobs and national security. This is an existential threat of our generation of our time Christman crisis manifest didn't. National disasters of epic proportions. The Bill would require the US to remain in the Paris climate agreement the head of us forces in Korea told congress today there has been little to no verifiable change in North Korea's military capabilities general Robert Abrams, telling the House Armed Services committee that activity by the North Korean regime is quotes inconsistent with denuclearization in Chicago suspicion swirls over actor Jesse small. Let's after he was he was cleared of all charges for allegedly staging an attack against himself. Mayor Rahm Emanuel telling ABC news, it's not on the level. This looks like because he's an actor a person of influence. He got treated differently smell up. Still not totally in the clear. This case may be over the FBI is still investigating whether small EDSA mailed a threatening letter to himself. You're listening to ABC news. Arizona's news station. News station. KTAR on air ninety two three FM online at KTAR dot com and streaming live on the KTAR news app. Your breaking news and traffic now. Good morning. It's.

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"max plane" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"max plane" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now with Michael Barr. Welcome michael. Thank you very much, Paul. Thank you. Lisa. North Korea has pulled its staff from joint-liaison office. They share with the south at k song. North Korean town, just above the border officials in Seoul called the decision regrettable. The sudden move dampers ties between the Koreas in the midst of complicated global diplomacy and tried to persuade Pyongyang give up its nuclear weapons program. New Zealanders observed the Muslim call to prayer today reflecting on the moment when the fifty worshippers at to Christ Church Musk's were killed last week. Mass funeral was also held today to bury twenty six of the victims new revelations about two deadly Boeing plane crashes in Ethiopia Indonesia show, they're both planes lacked. Optional safety features to save costs. While experts say it's unlikely would have prevented the crashes reports say Boeing now offer those features as standard on its max planes anticipation is building a special counsel. Robert Muller is expected to release his final report on the Russia investigation. Former FBI director James Comey who's firing triggered the Muller investigation. Is speaking out in the new year. Times op Ed call me, criticized president again, but also said he wouldn't want him to be impeached saying is significant portion of this country would see it as a coup. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg. Lisa. Thank you so much Michael right now, the focus very much in markets on.

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"max plane" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"max plane" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Possession of what they called military style, automatic weapons and magazines like the ones used to murder fifty people in two mosques last week police Commissioner Mike Bush now wants owners to move quickly. Want to do everything we can to ensure those people? Get to bring the firearms to surrender surrender them to us at Mike that possible and Bill quickly Dutch. Prosecutors said this morning the man arrested for shooting three people to death in you trek this week had what they call a radicalized ideology. But they say it's not yet clear if he was motivated solely by terrorists. Intent Mississippi today gets one of the most restrictive anti abortion laws in the country. As Scott Carr reports. Governor Bryant is scheduled to sign a Bill this morning that outlaws most abortions wants a fetal heartbeat can be detected about six weeks into pregnancy. The New York based center for reproductive rights calls it blatantly, unconstitutional and promises. It will. Sue, Mississippi, the bills, they say actually, rob women of their choice to have an abortion before they even know they're pregnant yesterday. South Dakota, governor Christie Noam signed a package of bills. She says will curb abortion at that states only abortion provider, but Justice department has issued multiple subpoenas as it investigates Boeing's Federal Aviation Administration certification and the marketing of their seven. Thirty-seven max planes, two of which have not crashed. Jessica Schneider reports. Other investigations are also getting underway. The defense department's inspector general also launching an investigation related to the US manufacturer probing whether acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan who is an executive at Boeing and worked there for more than thirty years violated ethics rules by promoting Boeing over other military contractors, the Senate will have a hearing next week that will look into the aviation safety as well as the grounding of these seven.

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"max plane" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"max plane" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"An inquiry looks into the lead up to the attack on the fifteenth of March will occur. We will examine what we did know could have known or should have known. We cannot allow this to happen again. The accused gunman has dismissed his lawyer and opted to represent himself. In court are Dern said she will not speak his name and sees a need to deny the suspect the notoriety he wants Boeing taking steps to ensure the safety of its planes following two deadly crashes in a letter to airlines passengers in the aviation community. The company's CEO revealed what offer the training for the seven seven max because that's Societa press notes. The new software into plane is thought to have played a role in the crash earlier this month that killed one hundred fifty seven people on board and the one last October, Indonesia, which claimed one hundred eighty nine lives many countries, including the US have grounded the planes and the Wall Street Journal reports federal prosecutors as well as the transportation department are investigating the development of the aircraft. I'm Sierra Crawford. Airlines impacted by the grounding of Boeing Boeing seven thirty-seven, max planes are trying to assess the impact on profits. And that includes Dallas based southwest and Fort Worth bay. American airlines. Dallas Morning News reports that at least two airlines have pulled their financial. Forecasts ahead of what is expected to be a short-term hip to flying capacity. Grounding of the plane comes amid a second deadly crash involving the max eight in five months. The FAA has discovered similarities in flight patterns before each crash White House lawyers expect to have an opportunity to review Robert Muller's report before attorney general Bill bar submits it to congress. Jessica Snyder reports it may spark a battle with Democrats if the president decides to claim executive privilege over some information, we have learned that the White House expects to review whatever version of the report bar plans to submit to congress before it even reaches lawmakers and the public, and that's of course, because attorneys want the White House to have that opportunity to claim executive privilege over any of the information that's been drawn from the documents and interviews with White House officials over the past two years. That's all according to sources US-backed forces in Syria have. Captured the Slavic state fighters tied to a January suicide bombing that left four Americans dead Arbor star reports they were detained in February. But the US military is just now releasing details. It's up to five ISIS militants said to be involved in the planning and execution of a suicide bomb attack in northern Syria in January that killed four Americans. Those people now captured by US-backed fighters in Syria. We don't know the exact number of people taken into custody, but Reuters reports the number in single digits. A second official said there were several initial detentions made him February without offering a specific number. Fisher say firefighters are making progress on that petrochemical fire that continues to burn outside of Houston the tanks that are burning it the facilities owned by intercontinental terminals company, contained gas, oil and chemicals. IT spokesperson Alice Richardson, says cruiser making steady progress.

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"max plane" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"max plane" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"I'm Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Kushinka on this Thursday March fourteenth. Thanks for joining us. Here's what's up this hour. The FAA has joined most of the rest of the world in grounding. Boeing seven thirty-seven max planes will explain how new data became the turning point colleges are looking at admissions procedures after prosecutors outlined a cheating scandal here how schools like Southern Cal are responding blizzards. High winds rain and floods part of an epic storm that hit twenty-five states yesterday. It could linger through tomorrow and the Senate today will vote on a measure to reject President Trump's declaration of national emergency on the southern border houses approve this, and maybe you mechanism within the national emergencies reason that matter is because once they initiated it. For congress. Both the house and Senate to take a vote on that. The wiser Collins at USA today has a preview from Capitol Hill. She's here in about twenty five minutes. President Trump has announced that the US is grounding its Boeing seven thirty seven max airliners Canada became the latest country to suspend their service yesterday the turning point came yesterday. When the FAA said new data emerged offering a more detailed picture of the final moments of an Ethiopian Airlines flight that crashed Sunday killing all one hundred fifty seven on board. Boeing is an incredible company. They are working very very hard right now. And hopefully, they'll very quickly come up with the answer. But until they do the planes are grounded Arianne LLC, a company that provides air traffic. Surveillance issued a report that showed Ethiopian flight three twos. Flightpath resembled movements of the lion. Air flight that went down in October off the coast of Indonesia, specifically mentioned it's swift roller coaster like altitude change that crash killed one hundred eighty nine people. It's not clear how long the flight suspensions will last or what evidence the FAA wants to demonstrate the fleet's.

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