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The head of a major pilots' union will criticise Boeing's training in front of Congress, calling it the company's 'final fatal mistake' with the 737 Max


A Boeing 737 Max being moved across Europe made a forced landing after being denied entry into German airspace


American Airlines plans to use its execs as guinea pigs to convince people that the Boeing 737 Max won't crash again



The FAA says Boeing's troubled 737 Max may not fly again until December — far later than many expected


As Boeing's problems mount, there's still no clear answer about when the 737 Max will return to the skies


Amazon's drone delivery service is one step closer to taking flight



Here are all the investigations and lawsuits that Boeing and the FAA are facing after the 737 Max crashes killed almost 350 people


Boeing left engineers, pilots, and regulators in the dark about a late-stage overhaul to 737 Max software responsible for two fatal crashes, says report


Regulators can't decide how much training pilots need to fly the Boeing 737 Max, and it could result in even longer delays to the aircraft's return


The Boeing 737 Max crisis could mark a seismic shift for the aviation industry. Here are the other disasters that have changed the way we fly.


The FAA is investigating 2 airports over their decisions to bar Chick-fil-A


The Boeing 737 Max's return to the air has reportedly been delayed by regulators looking into emergency procedures on older Boeing jets



Europe has outlined its own demands for letting Boeing's 737 Max return to the skies, instead of relying on the US


Boeing has finished the software update to fix the grounded 737 Max that was involved in 2 fatal crashes


Frustrated US lawmakers tear into safety officials over the government's slow response to 2 Boeing 737 Max crashes


Boeing dismissed fears of a 2nd 737 Max crash when confronted by pilots after the plane's first disaster, leaked audio reveals



The FAA is so concerned about the future of Boeing's 737 Max that it is bringing in NASA and the Air Force to help ensure it is safe to fly again


A survivor of the Russian Aeroflot crash says God is the 'judge' of passengers who stopped to grab luggage as 41 died in the blaze


A critical sensor linked to the 2 fatal Boeing 737 Max crashes had been flagged to the FAA more than 200 times, report says


Southwest and FAA officials never knew Boeing turned off a safety feature on its 737 Max jets, and dismissed ideas about grounding them