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Families of Iran crash victims face politically charged litigation

17 Jan 2020

CHICAGO/PARIS Families of the 176 people killed when Iran shot down a Ukrainian airliner face a complicated legal battle where backing from the victims' governments may be crucial as they seek damages, legal experts said.

Delta beats profit forecast on strong demand as rivals battle 737 MAX crisis

15 Jan 2020

(This Jan. 14 story corrects reference in paragraph 12 to '$4.2 billion' from '$4.2 million.')

United pilots re-elect union chairman in big year for contract talks

14 Jan 2020

CHICAGO United Airlines Holdings Inc pilots on Tuesday re-elected Todd Insler as chairman of the United chapter of the Air Line Pilots Association for a term that will include contract negotiations and overseeing the eventual return-to-service of the Boeing 737 MAX.

United pilots re-elect union chairman in big year for contract talks

14 Jan 2020

CHICAGO, Jan 14 United Airlines Holdings Inc pilots on Tuesday re-elected Todd Insler as chairman of the United chapter of the Air Line Pilots Association for a term that will include contract negotiations and overseeing the eventual return-to-service of the Boeing 737 MAX.

Delta posts profit beat on loyal, new customers as rivals battle 737 MAX crisis

14 Jan 2020

CHICAGO, Jan 14 Delta Air Lines Inc posted on Tuesday a fourth-quarter profit that beat Wall Street forecasts, boosted by customers gained from rival airlines' 737 MAX cancellations and what CEO Ed Bastian said was a growing preference for the Delta brand.

Factbox: In Boeing internal messages, employees distrust the 737 MAX and mock regulators

11 Jan 2020

, Boeing Co has released hundreds of internal messages that show attempts to duck regulatory scrutiny in the development of the 737 MAX, as well as employees disparaging the plane, the company and aviation regulators.

Boeing's ousted CEO departs with $62 million, even without severance pay

11 Jan 2020

Boeing Co's ousted chief executive officer, Dennis Muilenburg, is leaving the company with $62 million in compensation and pension benefits but will receive no severance pay in the wake of the 737 MAX crisis. | Video

CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-Boeing's ousted CEO departs with $62 mln, even without severance pay

10 Jan 2020

Jan 10 Boeing Co's ousted chief executive officer, Dennis Muilenburg, stands to receive $62 million in long-term incentive, stock awards and pension benefits, but forfeited $14.6 million and will receive no severance, the planemaker said in a regulatory filing on Friday.

In Boeing internal messages, employees distrust the 737 MAX and mock regulators

10 Jan 2020

, Boeing Co has released hundreds of internal messages that show attempts to duck regulatory scrutiny in the development of the 737 MAX, as well as employees disparaging the plane, the company and aviation regulators. | Video

Factbox: In Boeing internal messages, employees distrust the 737 MAX and mock regulators

10 Jan 2020

, Boeing Co has released hundreds of internal messages that show attempts to duck regulatory scrutiny in the development of the 737 MAX, as well as employees disparaging the plane, the company and aviation regulators.

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