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Boeing | May 03, 2020
The ongoing U.S. travel crisis is causing thousands of job cuts as the aviation sector waits for passengers to return to the skies but braces for years of lower demand because of the coronavirus pandemic. U.S. airlines are slashing hundreds of thousands of flights, cutting schedules by 80 percent or more through at least June and parking thousands of jets as demand for tickets has plunged by about 95 percent. Airlines are requiring facial coverings and implementing new cleaning procedures to try...
Boeing | September 07, 2020
The Federal Aviation Administration is reviewing quality-control lapses at Boeing that could stretch back almost a decade, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday, citing an internal government memo and people familiar with the matter. The review piles onto the numerous regulatory issues Boeing has faced in the wake of two crashes involving its 737 Max planes that killed all 346 people onboard the two flights. Since then, Boeing has faced renewed scrutiny over its safety standards and manufactur...
Toshiba, Fortem Technologies, Inc. | March 23, 2021
Toshiba Corporation today declared that Toshiba Infrastructure Systems and Solutions Corporation, the Toshiba Group organization spend significant time in the worldwide infrastructure business (hereinafter Toshiba), has gone into an essential business collusion with Fortem Technologies, Inc. (from now on Fortem), and put 15 million USD in the organization. Fortem is an innovation chief in counter-drone security and Toshiba, through the coalition, intends to extend its radar-based security soluti...
Boeing | July 10, 2020
American Airlines executives have told Boeing they will not take delivery of 17 737 Max airplanes unless the carrier can secure financing to pay for the aircraft, people familiar with the discussions told CNBC. The 17 Max planes are already built, but will not be delivered until the Federal Aviation Administration recertifies the aircraft and removes a grounding order, which is expected to happen later this summer or by early fall....
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