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Boeing Seeks $10 Billion Loan During 737 Max Crisis

Aircraft giant Boeing is now seeking $10 billion in loans in the aftermath of the 737 Max crisis. The flawed 737 Max fleet suffered two fatal crashes that claimed the lives of all passengers and crew on board before being grounded by the FAA and other global air traffic authorities.

Boeing employees work on a 737 MAX jet at the company's factory in Renton, Washington -- the aviation giant has unveiled a fix to the software system of the jet, which has suffered two deadly crashes in recent months

Boeing Considers Cutting Back on 737 Max Production

Boeing announced this week that it is considering cutting back on the production of the 737 Max airplane. The announcement comes amidst internal concerns that the FAA not ready to approve the 737 Max fleet for commercial flights.

Saudi carrier cancels troubled Boeing 737 order for Airbus

Multiple Airlines Grounded by ‘Systemwide’ Computer Glitches

JetBlue, Delta, United, American, Southwest, and Alaska Airlines all reportedly experienced “systemwide outages” across multiple U.S. airports, Monday, which led to the grounding of flights. The FAA has said a flight planning weight and balance program used by the airlines caused the outages.

Southwest Airlines jets grounded