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NEWS Apr 12, 2023 Boeing's 737 MAX Returns to Service On 11 Chinese Airlines Boeing's 737 Max has returned to service in China, with 11 domestic carriers using the plane. This is good news for Boeing as it returns the planes after making several safety changes. Read More →
NEWS Feb 25, 2023 Fly Atlantic: The New Transatlantic Startup A new transatlantic airline startup, Fly Atlantic, is on the block and it's promising to connect the United States and Europe via an underutilized airport. The startup is spearheaded by Andrew Pyne, who has over 30 years of experience at numerous airlines throughout the aviation industry. Read More →
NEWS Dec 08, 2022 Southwest MAX Diverts After Passenger Bites Fellow Traveler A Southwest Airlines flight had to divert to Little Rock Arkansas after a passenger became mentally unstable and wanted to open the door of the aircraft mid-flight. Read More →
NEWS Oct 25, 2022 INCIDENT: United 737 MAX-8 Tire Failure Halts Airport Operations at Fort Myers A United 737 MAX-8 suffered two flat tires on landing at Fort Myers Southwest Florida International Airport on Wednesday, October 19. The airport was shut down for around 8 hours to inspect for FOD. Read More →
NEWS Nov 27, 2021 Singapore Airlines Operates First 737 MAX Service Singapore Airlines operated its first Boeing 737 MAX flight. The airline operated a return flight from Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) to Phuket International Airport (HKT) using the 737 MAX. The airline will continue to operate the type on the route as the airline eases the type back into service. Read More →
NEWS Jan 27, 2021 WestJet 737MAX Returns to Gate Due to Warnings A WestJet 737MAX returned to the gate at Calgary International Airport after warning signs in the cockpit alerted pilots to a potential issue. Read More →
NEWS 737MAX to Return to Service on September 4 United Airlines has just announced that they plan to return the 737MAX to service on September 4, 2020. American Airlines has extended their cancellation to August 18, but may continue to keep their MAXs out of service afterwards. Read More →