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    BABoeing: May Aircraft deliveries coming in @ 30


    BAAAL American Airlines cancels 737 Max flights through Sept. 3, affecting 115 flights per day


    BA – Talks are circulating that Boeing is in Talks with China over a 100 jet deal.


    BA Boeing says it has completed the development of updated software for 737 Max, will work with FAA to “schedule its certification test flight and submit final certification documentation.” – CNBC


    $BA – FAA reportedly didn’t review crucial safety assessments of Boeing 737 Max before fatal crashes

    The Federal Aviation Administration’s internal probe of Boeing‘s 737 Max approval process has reportedly found that senior agency officials failed to review key safety assessments of the plane’s flight-control systems that was later implicated in two fatal crashes.


    China may stop purchasing US agricultural products and energy, reduce Boeing orders and restrict US service trade with China. Many Chinese scholars are discussing the possibility of dumping US Treasuries and how to do it specifically. — EDITOR IN CHIEF OF GLOBAL TIMES CHINA $BA


    Boeing 737 slides off runway into Florida river, 21 hurt

    A Boeing jetliner with 143 people aboard from the U.S. outpost at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, slid off a runway into a shallow river in Jacksonville, Florida, on Friday while attempting to land at a military base there during a thunderstorm, injuring 21 people.

    There were no reports of fatalities or critical injuries. The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said on Twitter that all 21 of the injured were taken to a hospital, where they were listed in good condition.

    The plane, a chartered Boeing 737-800 arriving from Naval Station Guantanamo Bay in Cuba with 136 passengers and seven crew members, crashed into the St. Johns river at the end of the runway at Naval Air Station Jacksonville at about 9:40 p.m. local time, a spokesman for the Florida air base said.

    “The plane was not submerged. Every person is alive and accounted for,” the sheriff’s office said on Twitter.

    The sheriff’s tweet was accompanied by two photographs showing the plane, bearing the logo of Miami Air International, resting in shallow water and fully intact.

    The mayor of Jacksonville, Lenny Curry, said on Twitter that U.S. President Donald Trump had called him to offer help.

    “No fatalities reported. We are all in this together,” Curry said in a separate tweet.

    A passenger on board the plane, attorney Cheryl Bormann, told CNN in an interview that the flight, which had been four hours late in departing, made a “really hard landing” in Jacksonville amid thunder and lightning.

    “We came down, the plane literally hit the ground and bounced. It was clear the pilot did not have total control of the plane. It bounced again,” she said, adding that the experience was “terrifying.”

    Bormann said she hit her head on a plastic tray on the seat in front of her as the plane veered sideways and off the runway. “We were in the water, we couldn’t tell where we were, whether it was a river or an ocean.”

    The military base is situated on the western bank of the St. Johns River about 8 miles south of central Jacksonville, in the northeastern corner of Florida about 350 miles north of Miami.

    Bormann described emerging from the plane onto the wing as oxygen masks deployed and smelling the jet fuel that she said was apparently leaking into the water.

    Bormann, from Chicago, said that most of the passengers were connected to the military and helped each other out of their seats and onto a wing, where they were assisted after some time into a raft.

    Miami Air International is a charter airline operating a fleet of the Boeing 737-800, different from the 737 MAX 8 aircraft that has been grounded following two fatal crashes involving that plane. Representatives for the airline could not immediately be reached for comment by Reuters on Friday evening.

    The charter company is contracted by the military for its twice-weekly “rotator” roundtrip service between the U.S. mainland and Guantanamo Bay, said Bill Dougherty, a spokesman for the Jacksonville base.

    It flies every Tuesday and Friday from the Naval Station Norfolk in Virginia to the Jacksonville air station and on to Cuba. It then flies back to Virginia with a stop again at Jacksonville, he said.

    The rotator service typically flies military personnel, family members, contractors and other civilians traveling from the United States to Guantanamo Bay. But officials said the mix of civilians and military personnel on the plane that crash-landed was not immediately known.

    A Boeing spokesman said that the company was aware of the incident and was gathering information.


    Watched a video last night about how air travelers are scared to fly the Boeing 737 MAX airplane. After watching the video I realized my wife had mentioned the same thing 3 days ago when she was booking a flight to New York. She didn’t even want to buy a ticket if she had to get on a Boeing airplane.
    Not sure how this is going to affect the stock price for BA Boeing, but I am sure this reputation Boeing is getting might cost it’s bottom line some $. If passengers are now afraid to fly on Boeing airplane, then how many airlines will be cancelling orders, asking for refunds, or just flat out looking at other options other than Boeing… It’s gonna cost Boeing plenty of money to try to change the perception passengers have about their planes, and get their confidence back. In the meantime I think the price drops for a while until the confidence changes.


    Report out that Boeing’s 737 MAX may be cleared by FAA in late May or June. Monday should be interesting…


    BA, Boeing: Ethiopia Published report saying Boeing jet had faulty angle of attack sensor readings


    Picked up small on BA puts, it’s up quite a bit today on news that the pilots followed BA protocol before crash, don’t know how the stock got a jump on that, but it doesn’t sound like good news to me. Won’t let it go red and looking for about $1 move on puts.


    BA – Boeing – Ethiopia Authorities to release first findings on Thursday on Boeing MAX 737 crash (sm bbrg)


    Prosecutors reportedly probe whether Boeing mislead regulators about safety of 737 Max jets


    Canada re-examining BA Boeing Max approval after FAA certification probe – from CNBC


    US Department of Transportation is investigating the FAA’s approval of Boeing 737 Max


    $BA: Canada now grounding the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft – Canada’s Transport Minister says that due to new data received, the country is closing its airspace to Boeing 737 Max 8 and 9 model jets. — CNBC


    Now even Trump is involved with this, he spoke to Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg today, who expressed his confidence in the Max planes directly to the president. — CNBC


    European Union aviation authority bans flight operations of Boeing 737 Max jets $BA — CNBC


    Mitt Romney saying lawmakers are working to schedule an #FAA Briefing .. $BA


    Boeing downgraded because 737 Max accidents may cause ‘some delay in orders’
    Edward Jones lowered its rating of Boeing shares to hold from buy on Monday, saying the company’s second deadly crash of its 737 MAX 8 aircraft in the past five months may have a tangible effect on near-term earnings.




    Boeing alone will cost the Dow more than 200 points as stock heads for big decline

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