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16 December 2019

Boeing

Boeing may suspend or cut 737 MAX output: report (6)
Global regulators ordered a halt to MAX flights after two deadly crashes which together killed 346 people ByAT Contributor, Washington Boeing could announce on Monday whether it will further cut or suspend production of its grounded 737 MAX plane, The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday. Citing people familiar with the matter, the Journal said the US firm's management increasingly sees a production pause as the most viable option.
Report: Boeing considers cutting production of 737 Max (3)
SEATTLE (AP) - Boeing may cut production of the grounded 737 Max jet or temporarily stop making it after being told that its timetable for a return to the skies was not realistic, according to a published report Sunday. The Wall Street Journal reported that Boeing's board would consider the moves at a meeting that began Sunday and would run into Monday.
Rancor Fills the Airwaves Ahead of Trump Impeachment (2)
In-Depth Coverage By Ken Bredemeier December 15, 2019 The rancor from the imminent impeachment of President Donald Trump played out on Sunday's news talk shows in the U.S., with no political agreement on the merits of the case against him. The Democratic-controlled House of Representatives is set by mid-week to make the Republican president only the third American leader to be impeached in the country's 243-year history, even though his conviction at
Boeing Weighs Cutting or Halting 737 MAX Production (2)
Management of aerospace giant sees an output pause as most viable option, as fleet grounding stretches into 2020 Boeing said in October a production freeze or further cut could be necessary if federal approval of 737 MAX flight-control software fixes and training changes extended into 2020.Photo: David Ryder/Getty Images SHARE By Andrew Tangel , Andy Pasztor and Doug Cameron Updated Dec.
Boeing board meets as company considers 737 MAX production changes (2)
David Shepardson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Boeing Co is considering whether to cut or halt production of its grounded 737 MAX after the Federal Aviation Administration said last week it would not approve the plane's return to service before 2020, a person briefed on the matter said on Sunday. FILE PHOTO: Aerial photos showing Boeing 737 Max airplanes parked at Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington, U.S.
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