Boeing CEO says 777X not yet affected by 737 MAX crisis

Daily Newsletter | May 30, 2019
The CEO of Boeing apologized to the families of the two 737 MAX crashes that killed 346 people in its first interview since the grounding. IATA does not expect to see the plane back in the sky for the upcoming 10 to 12 weeks. Meanwhile, compensation claims from airlines keep piling up.
Boeing CEO Dennis A. Muilenburg says that controversy surrounding cooperation between Boeing and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in aircraft certification, brought to light by the 737 MAX crisis, is unlikely to “significantly alter” the upcoming certification process of another Boeing debut ‒ the 777X.
El Al Israel Airlines reports $55 million loss ‒ approximately $11 million more than during the same period in 2018 ‒ in the first quarter of 2019. Continues fleet change, phasing out old Boeing 767s and taking in new 787 Dreamliners.
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