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Boeing 737 Max Grounding Could Stretch Into 2020 - WSJ
Sunday, 14 Jul 2019 

July 14 (Reuters) - :BOEING 737 MAX GROUNDING COULD STRETCH INTO 2020 - WSJ.FIXING BOEING CO MAX’S FLIGHT-CONTROL SOFTWARE AND COMPLETING OTHER STEPS TO START CARRYING PASSENGERS LIKELY TO STRETCH INTO 2020 - WSJ.  Full Article

American Airlines Says Fleet Currently Includes 24 Boeing 737 Max 8 Aircraft With Additional 76 Aircraft On Order
Wednesday, 10 Jul 2019 

July 10 (Reuters) - American Airlines Group Inc ::AMERICAN AIRLINES - FLEET CURRENTLY INCLUDES 24 BOEING 737 MAX 8 AIRCRAFT WITH ADDITIONAL 76 AIRCRAFT ON ORDER.AMERICAN AIRLINES - THE COMPANY HAS CANCELLED ALL 737 MAX FLYING THROUGH SEPTEMBER 3, 2019.AMERICAN AIRLINES GROUP INC - ESTIMATES THAT CANCELLATIONS IN Q2 NEGATIVELY IMPACTED PRE-TAX INCOME BY APPROXIMATELY $185 MILLION.AMERICAN AIRLINES - NOW EXPECTS ITS Q2 TOTAL REVENUE PER AVAILABLE SEAT MILE (TRASM) TO BE UP APPROXIMATELY 3.0 TO 4.0 PERCENT YEAR-OVER-YEAR.AMERICAN AIRLINES GROUP INC - COMPANY EXPECTS ITS TOTAL PRE-TAX NET SPECIAL ITEMS IN Q2 WILL BE APPROXIMATELY $190 MILLION.AMERICAN AIRLINES - NOW EXPECTS ITS Q2 TOTAL CASM EXCLUDING FUEL AND SPECIAL ITEMS TO BE UP APPROXIMATELY 4.5 TO 5.5 PERCENT.AMERICAN AIRLINES - EXPECTS Q2 PRE-TAX MARGIN EXCLUDING SPECIAL ITEMS TO BE ABOUT 8.5 TO 9.5% VERSUS. PREVIOUS GUIDANCE OF ABOUT 7.0 TO 9.0 PERCENT..AMERICAN AIRLINES - ASMS FOR Q2 WERE ABOUT 72.3 BILLION, 1.1 BILLION LOWER THAN PREVIOUS GUIDANCE DUE TO THE FLIGHT CANCELLATIONS OUTLINED ABOVE.AMERICAN AIRLINES - EXPECTS ITS AVERAGE FUEL PRICE (INCLUDING TAXES) TO BE BETWEEN $2.12 AND $2.17 PER GALLON IN Q2.AMERICAN AIRLINES - SEES Q2 NET AIRCRAFT CAPEX & PDPS OUTFLOWS OF $250 MILLION.AMERICAN AIRLINES - SLOWDOWN FROM LITIGATIONS AGAINST UNIONS HAS SIGNIFICANTLY IMPACTED OPERATION, CAUSED NUMBER OF FLIGHT CANCELLATIONS, DELAYS IN Q2.AMERICAN AIRLINES - COMPANY CANCELLED APPROXIMATELY 7,800 FLIGHTS IN Q2.  Full Article

Fly Leasing To Sell 12 Aircraft
Monday, 8 Jul 2019 

July 8 (Reuters) - FLY Leasing Ltd ::PRESS RELEASE - FLY LEASING TO SELL 12 AIRCRAFT.FLY LEASING LTD - FLY ANTICIPATES SALES WILL GENERATE IN EXCESS OF $125 MILLION OF CASH AFTER REPAYING DEBT RELATED TO AIRCRAFT.FLY LEASING LTD - SALES ARE EXPECTED TO BE COMPLETED IN Q3 OF 2019..FLY LEASING LTD - HAS CONTRACTED TO SELL A PORTFOLIO OF 12 AIRCRAFT, COMPRISED OF AIRBUS A320S AND BOEING 737S WITH AN AVERAGE AGE OF EIGHT YEARS..FLY LEASING LTD - FOLLOWING SALES, FLY'S FLEET WILL COMPRISE 86 AIRCRAFT WITH A WEIGHTED AVERAGE AGE OF APPROXIMATELY SEVEN YEARS.  Full Article

Boeing CEO comments on 737 MAX Certification Process
Wednesday, 3 Jul 2019 

July 3 (Reuters) - :BOEING CEO - WORK CONTINUES WITH REGULATORS TO COMPLETE AS MANY ELEMENTS OF 737 MAX CERTIFICATION PROCESS AS POSSIBLE, AS WE DEVELOP ADDITIONAL SOFTWARE.BOEING CEO - "IT'S IMPORTANT WE TAKE THE TIME NECESSARY TO MAKE" UPDATES TO SOFTWARE.  Full Article

Boeing Looks To Settle Lion Air Claims; Discussions Disclosed During Court Hearing - WSJ
Thursday, 27 Jun 2019 

June 27 (Reuters) - :BOEING LOOKS TO SETTLE LION AIR CLAIMS ; DISCUSSIONS DISCLOSED DURING COURT HEARING - WSJ.  Full Article

Boeing Statement On 737 MAX Software
Wednesday, 26 Jun 2019 

June 26 (Reuters) - Boeing Co ::BOEING STATEMENT ON 737 MAX SOFTWARE.BOEING - ADDRESSING 737 MAX SOFTWARE CONDITION IDENTIFIED BY FAA WILL REDUCE PILOT WORKLOAD BY ACCOUNTING FOR A POTENTIAL SOURCE OF UNCOMMANDED STABILIZER MOTION.  Full Article

Boeing Says Working On Required Software To Address FAA's Request
Wednesday, 26 Jun 2019 

June 26 (Reuters) - Boeing Co ::BOEING - AGREES WITH FAA'S DECISION AND REQUEST, AND IS WORKING ON REQUIRED SOFTWARE TO ADDRESS FAA'S REQUEST.BOEING - WILL NOT OFFER 737 MAX FOR CERTIFICATION BY FAA UNTIL HAVE SATISFIED ALL REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFICATION OF MAX & SAFE RETURN TO SERVICE.BOEING - FAA ASKED CO TO ADDRESS, THROUGH SOFTWARE CHANGES TO 737 MAX, A SPECIFIC CONDITION OF FLIGHT, WHICH CO'S PLANNED CHANGES DO NOT PRESENTLY ADDRESS.  Full Article

American Airlines Adds Three New Routes To Caribbean, Latin America From New York
Wednesday, 26 Jun 2019 

June 26 (Reuters) - American Airlines Group Inc ::AMERICAN AIRLINES ADDS THREE NEW ROUTES TO CARIBBEAN AND LATIN AMERICA FROM NEW YORK.AMERICAN AIRLINES GROUP INC - AIRLINE ALSO EXTENDS AND INCREASES SERVICE TO REGION BEGINNING THIS WINTER.AMERICAN AIRLINES GROUP INC - ALL FLIGHTS WILL BE OPERATED ON A BOEING 737-800.AMERICAN AIRLINES GROUP INC - ALL NEW SERVICE WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR SALE JULY 1..  Full Article

Boeing Board Approves Quarterly Dividend
Monday, 24 Jun 2019 

June 24 (Reuters) - Boeing Co ::BOARD APPROVES QUARTERLY DIVIDEND.BOARD OF DIRECTORS TODAY DECLARED A REGULAR QUARTERLY DIVIDEND OF TWO DOLLARS AND FIVE AND ONE-HALF CENTS ($2.055) PER SHARE.  Full Article

Parker Aerospace And AFI KLM E&M Says Long-Term Deal For Boeing 787 Component Support And Service
Friday, 21 Jun 2019 

June 20 (Reuters) - Parker-Hannifin Corp ::PARKER AEROSPACE AND AIR FRANCE INDUSTRIES KLM ENGINEERING & MAINTENANCE ANNOUNCE LONG-TERM AGREEMENT FOR BOEING 787 COMPONENT SUPPORT AND SERVICE.AGREEMENT COVERS MAJORITY OF COMPONENTS FOR PARKER AEROSPACE-DESIGNED 787 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM.AGREEMENT COVERS MAJORITY OF COMPONENTS FOR PARKER AEROSPACE-DESIGNED 787 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM.AGREEMENT DOES NOT PRECLUDE OTHER AGREEMENTS BETWEEN PARKER AEROSPACE AND ITS CUSTOMERS.PARKER-HANNIFIN- AGREEMENT BETWEEN AFI KLM E&M & PARKER AEROSPACE WILL ENCOMPASS JOINT DEVELOPMENT OF REPAIR PROCEDURES.PARKER-HANNIFIN -COLLABORATION FOCUSES ON REPAIR DEVELOPMENT, WORK-SCOPING TO HELP OPTIMIZE ON-WING TIME AND REDUCE DELAYS, CANCELLATIONS,OVERALL COST.  Full Article

UPDATE 1-SpaceX astronaut mission looking 'increasingly difficult' in 2019 -executive

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., July 15 As Elon Musk's SpaceX closes in on the possible cause of a fiery explosion in April that destroyed one of its astronaut capsules, a company executive said on Monday its plan to launch humans into space this year looked "increasingly difficult."