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Boeing’s quality complaints mount as another whistleblower comes forward

A former quality manager will provide written testimony that will be part of a congressional hearing Wednesday.

4 min read17 Apr 2024

Akasa Air Orders Boeing 737s In Bulk!; Co-Founder Aditya Ghosh Shares Airline’s Future Plans | Watch

India’s youngest airline, Akasa Air, has placed an order for 150 Boeing 737 MAX narrowbody planes. This will boost its operations in the rapidly growing Indian aviation market. The order was announced at the Wings India air show in Hyderabad. The latest order, comprising 737 MAX 10 and 737 MAX 8-200 jets, will provide the airline a steady stream of aircraft deliveries through 2032. Earlier, while talking to Abhishek Singh, Deputy Editor, Mint on its new show, Rollin’ With The Boss, Akasa Co-founder Aditya Ghosh had revealed the airline’s future plans.

20 Jan 2024

Boeing 737 Max 9 aircraft window blowout incident on Alaska Airlines a new setback for company. Top 10 Updates

Boeing has encountered manufacturing challenges in recent years, including previous issues with drilling holes and inspections related to the rudder control system. This recent incident comes as Boeing is working to rebuild confidence in the 737 Max, a crucial source of cash.

3 min read7 Jan 2024

What is TATA doing with Air India | Mint Explains | Mint

Join Mint Explains to uncover Tata Group’s strategic plans for the revival of Air India, the iconic Indian airline. Witness the acquisition that leverages Tata’s expertise and investment, reshaping the aviation industry. Discover how Tata’s ownership of Vistara, AirAsia India, and Air India creates a powerful portfolio, serving diverse market segments. Explore the synergies, global reach, and enhanced brand recognition that propel Tata’s visionary approach. Don’t miss this exclusive insight into the future of Air India and the Indian aviation industry, led by Ratan Tata!

5 Jun 2023

The geopolitics behind Air India’s Airbus-Boeing orders | Mint Primer | Mint

India has one of the largest construction market. And the experts predict it will only continue to grow in the foreseeable future

11 Mar 2023

What’s behind the bumper plane orders? | Mint Primer | Mint

In addition to the order by Air India, aviation consultancy firm CAPA India expects Indian airlines to order 1,000-1,200 planes over the next two years with around 500 by IndiGo alone. Currently, Indian airlines await the delivery of more than 1,300 aircraft across IndiGo, SpiceJet, Air India, Go FIRST, Vistara and Akasa Air. The government and the industry say India could become the third largest international — not just domestic — aviation market given the huge gap between potential and current air travel penetration. Recently India has scripted aviation history with the mammoth 540 aircraft order by Air India. Let us explore why Indian airlines are placing such big bets in a business which is often synonymous with paper-thin margins and volatile cost structures.

2 Mar 2023

Boeing stops deliveries of 787 Dreamliner jets - here’s why

Boeing said that the deliveries of 787 Dreamliner jets will not resume until the agency is satisfied and the issue has been addressed.

1 min read24 Feb 2023

Boeing to cut 2,000 white-collar jobs in finance, HR; outsource many to TCS - All you need to know

Boeing Co expects to cut about 2,000 white-collar jobs this year in finance and human resources through a combination of attrition and layoffs

1 min read7 Feb 2023

‘Original jumbo jet’ Boeing 747 all set for final send-off on January 31

The final commercial Boeing 747 will be delivered to Atlas Air on January 31.

1 min read30 Jan 2023

Boeing to hire 10,000 workers in 2023 as it ramps up production

As the world reopens for travelling post covid,Boeing is planning to hire 10,000 workers in 2023 to ramp up its production

1 min read28 Jan 2023
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