October 2019

Boeing CEO Stripped of Chairman Title Amid 737 Max Troubles

By |2019-10-11T19:28:22-04:00October 11th, 2019|Airlines|

Boeing CEO Stripped of Chairman Title Amid 737 Max Troubles

After a troubled year with two crashes of its new 737 Max 8 aircraft, Boeing’s board of directors has stripped CEO Dennis Muilenburg of his position as chairman. Muilenburg will remain on as CEO of the company, focusing his efforts on returning the manufacturer’s beleaguered 737 Max 8 to safe service. The aircraft has been…

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Boeing CEO Stripped of Chairman Title Amid 737 Max Troubles

By |2019-10-11T19:28:22-04:00October 11th, 2019|Airlines|

Boeing CEO Stripped of Chairman Title Amid 737 Max Troubles

After a troubled year with two crashes of its new 737 Max 8 aircraft, Boeing’s board of directors has stripped CEO Dennis Muilenburg of his position as chairman. Muilenburg will remain on as CEO of the company, focusing his efforts on returning the manufacturer’s beleaguered 737 Max 8 to safe service. The aircraft has been…

Source: Ad Week – AD & Brand News

Boeing CEO Stripped of Chairman Title Amid 737 Max Troubles

By |2019-10-11T19:28:22-04:00October 11th, 2019|Airlines|

Boeing CEO Stripped of Chairman Title Amid 737 Max Troubles

After a troubled year with two crashes of its new 737 Max 8 aircraft, Boeing’s board of directors has stripped CEO Dennis Muilenburg of his position as chairman. Muilenburg will remain on as CEO of the company, focusing his efforts on returning the manufacturer’s beleaguered 737 Max 8 to safe service. The aircraft has been…

Source: Ad Week – AD & Brand News

Boeing CEO Stripped of Chairman Title Amid 737 Max Troubles

By |2019-10-11T19:28:22-04:00October 11th, 2019|Airlines|

Boeing CEO Stripped of Chairman Title Amid 737 Max Troubles

After a troubled year with two crashes of its new 737 Max 8 aircraft, Boeing’s board of directors has stripped CEO Dennis Muilenburg of his position as chairman. Muilenburg will remain on as CEO of the company, focusing his efforts on returning the manufacturer’s beleaguered 737 Max 8 to safe service. The aircraft has been…

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American Airlines Says It Plans to Resume Flying the Boeing 737 Max in January

By |2019-10-09T19:11:06-04:00October 9th, 2019|Airlines, General|

American Airlines Says It Plans to Resume Flying the Boeing 737 Max in January

American Airlines announced today it plans to resume flights with the Boeing 737 Max in January. In a statement today, the company said it expects the beleaguered airplane, responsible for two crashes within the past year, to be back in its scheduled rotation by Jan. 16. “American Airlines anticipates that the impending software updates to…

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KLM Future-Proofs Itself Through Sustainability Efforts and by Digitizing

By |2019-10-06T20:00:59-04:00October 6th, 2019|Airlines, Magazine, Sustainability|

KLM Future-Proofs Itself Through Sustainability Efforts and by Digitizing

KLM might be the “world’s oldest airline,” but judging from its digital presence, you wouldn’t know that. The company prefers to have a first-mover advantage when it comes to testing out new apps and technologies. Two years ago, it proclaimed to be the “first airline” with a verified WhatsApp business account, and it has its…

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September 2019

Boeing Pledges $144,500 to Families Affected by Max 8 Crashes

By |2019-09-23T18:18:54-04:00September 23rd, 2019|Airlines, Travel|

Boeing Pledges 4,500 to Families Affected by Max 8 Crashes

Following a spring and summer hamstrung by scandal, Boeing announced today that the families affected by the two 737 Max 8 crashes will each receive $144,500. The crashes of Lion Air Flight 610 and Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 resulted in the deaths of 346 passengers and crew members. The plane has been grounded since March….

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