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EXCLUSIVE – EU threatens US with €19 billion of tariffs in response to Boeing subsidies

By Jorge Valero

The EU is considering slapping more than €19 billion in fresh tariffs against the US in response to subsidies provided to planemaker Boeing, EU and European officials told EURACTIV.

Costs for Boeing Start to Pile Up as 737 Max Remains Grounded

By DAVID GELLES

As the situation drags on, the aerospace giant and the airlines that rely on its planes have been scrambling to adjust, and the costs are growing.

Changes to Flight Software on 737 Max Escaped F.A.A. Scrutiny

By JACK NICAS, DAVID GELLES and JAMES GLANZ

A new safety review wasn’t necessary under F.A.A. rules since the changes didn’t affect what the agency considers an especially critical or risky phase of flight.

Demand for Boeing’s 737 Slows as Planes Remain Grounded

By ZACH WICHTER

Boeing had fewer orders for its best-selling jet in the first quarter as investigations into two fatal crashes continue.

Boeing’s 737 Max: 1960s Design, 1990s Computing Power and Paper Manuals

By JACK NICAS and JULIE CRESWELL

The Boeing jet that crashed twice in five months relied on decades-old systems and left pilots without some common safety features.

Boeing to Cut Production of 737 Max After 2 Fatal Crashes

By DAVID GELLES

The company also announced it would create a new board committee to review the design and development of new airplanes.

Boeing to Cut Production of 737 Max After 2 Fatal Crashes

By DAVID GELLES

The company also announced it would create a new board committee to review the design and development of new airplanes.

Ethiopian Crash Report Indicates Pilots Followed Boeing’s Emergency Procedures

By NATALIE KITROEFF, DAVID GELLES, JAMES GLANZ and HANNAH BEECH

While the findings are not final, initial evidence has raised new concerns about whether Boeing and federal regulators provided sufficient guidance for pilots of the new 737 Max model.

Between Two Boeing Crashes, Days of Silence and Mistrust

By HANNAH BEECH and MUKTITA SUHARTONO

After the crash of a Lion Air 737 Max 8 jet in Indonesia, information largely went unshared as involved parties went into a defensive crouch, a Times investigation found.

Boeing Fix for 737 Max Software Is Delayed

By DAVID GELLES

As part of its internal review process, Boeing determined that more work was needed on the update before it was submitted to the F.A.A.

In Ethiopia Crash, Faulty Sensor on Boeing 737 Max Is Suspected

By JAMES GLANZ, THOMAS KAPLAN and JACK NICAS

As in the Lion Air disaster, investigators believe an automated system on the doomed Ethiopian Airlines flight was set off by erroneous readings.

Boeing Faces Capitol’s Glare as It Presses to Fix the 737 Max

By DAVID GELLES and THOMAS KAPLAN

The changes would give pilots more control and make it less likely that faulty data can set off a reaction, two issues at the center of investigations into two crashes.

Boeing Faces Capitol’s Glare as It Presses to Fix the 737 Max

By DAVID GELLES and THOMAS KAPLAN

The changes would give pilots more control and make it less likely that faulty data can set off a reaction, two issues at the center of investigations into two crashes.

Boeing and F.A.A. Hearings: Questions Focus on 737 Certification

By THOMAS KAPLAN, DAVID GELLES, TIFFANY HSU and ZACH WICHTER

While congressional hearings examined Boeing’s cozy relationship with regulators, the company said it was close to completing a software fix for the 737 Max models.

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