After test flights conducted in September, the EASA is performing final document reviews ahead of a draft airworthiness directive it expects to issue next month.
Boeing delivered just 11 aircraft last month, as the manufacturer continued to downsize its operations in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The European Union has been given licence to impose new border taxes on up to $4 billion on goods from the United States annually as punishment for subsidies provided to Boeing.
Boeing predicts demand for 18,350 commercial airplanes over the next decade – 11 per cent lower than the comparable 2019 forecast – valued at about $2.9 trillion.
Boeing has confirmed it will consolidate production of 787 Dreamliner jets at its facility in North Charleston, South Carolina. The process will start in mid-2021.
Boeing has named Marc Allen as chief strategy officer and senior vice president, strategy and corporate development. He will report to president and chief executive David Calhoun.
Boeing has named Ed Dandridge as senior vice president and chief communications officer with the company. He will take up the role on September 28th.
An Etihad 787-10 Dreamliner decked out with equipment that can enhance safety and reduce CO2 emissions has commenced flight testing this week for the Boeing.
Enter Air has agreed to the purchase of four Boeing 737 Max planes. An all-Boeing operator and the biggest charter carrier Poland, the airline began operations in 2010 with a single 737 airplane.
The Boeing 747-400, registration G-CIVD, will depart from London Heathrow this morning under flight number BA9170E after more than 25 years of flying.
Boeing has posted a net loss of US$2.4 billion for the second quarter, primarily reflecting the impacts of Covid-19 and the 737 MAX grounding.
The collaboration, which includes extensive sound measurement testing with industry partners, builds on a strategic sustainability alliance Boeing and Etihad formed in November.