Boeing may use two computers to fix 737 Max's latest flaw
The aircraft could return to service by October if the fix works.
Cellphone interference still poses a risk aboard some Boeing jets
Most airlines have updated their systems after a 2014 FAA audit.
European regulators demand changes to 737 Max autopilot
They're not just concerned about the safety systems.
Boeing teams with flying taxi startup Kitty Hawk on 'urban air mobility'
It could be that much easier to get around the city.
FAA discovers another potential risk with the Boeing 737 Max
Reports suggest a microprocessor issue may cause the plane to point downwards.
Boeing is closer to ISS spaceflights after Starliner's final parachute test
The company simulated a parachute failure for Starliner's final qualification test.
NASA could see more delays for SpaceX and Boeing private space flights
Both companies still struggle with technical issues, according to the Government Accountability Office.
Boeing reportedly left engineers, officials unaware of 737 Max changes
They'd assumed there was more safety tech than there really was.
Bird strike may have triggered software issue in second 737 Max crash
An executive may have dismissed the idea after the first crash.