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    SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- A small plane made an emergency landing in Hillview Park on Saturday afternoon, according to fire dispatchers. A private plane had to make an emergency landing in the park just north of Reid Hillview airport in East San Jose today. Fortunately the pilot wasn’t injured, and no people or structures on the ground were affected. pic.twitter.com/c1G6egpsRS— San Jose Fire Dept. (@SJFD) July 5, 2020Reports of a single-engine plane came to a rest on its belly...
    (CNN) — Boeing shielded from federal regulators reviewing its 737 Max aircraft the extent and capability of the flawed computer system that ultimately brought down two jets, according to an inspector general report obtained by CNN. The report also faults the Federal Aviation Administration for poor communication and notes it handed over the vast majority — 87% — of certification responsibility to Boeing. The report, which is expected to be released publicly Wednesday, includes previously undisclosed details about interactions between the agency...
    UFC 251 free fight: Petr Yan sparks UFC Hall of Famer Urijah Faber 15 Adorable Photos of Patriotic Pets Stock market live updates: Futures higher, waiting on jobs data, Boeing rises This is a live blog. Please check back for updates. © Provided by CNBC A view of the Wall Street street sign with the New York Stock Exchange during the coronavirus pandemic on May 25, 2020 in New York City. 7:39 am: Boeing completes FAA recertification flights, shares...
    A Boeing 737 MAX airplane lands after a test flight at Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington, U.S. June 29, 2020.Karen Ducey | Reuters The Federal Aviation Administration and Boeing have completed certification test flights on the 737 MAX, a key milestone toward the planes return to service, the U.S. regulator said on Wednesday. The MAX has been grounded since March 2019 after two fatal crashes in five months killed 346 people. The FAA said it must still evaluate data from...
    (CNN)Boeing shielded from federal regulators reviewing its 737 Max aircraft the extent and capability of the flawed computer system that ultimately brought down two jets, according to an inspector general report obtained by CNN. The report also faults the Federal Aviation Administration for poor communication and notes it handed over the vast majority -- 87% -- of certification responsibility to Boeing. The report, which is expected to be released publicly Wednesday, includes previously undisclosed details about interactions between the agency...
    By DAVID KOENIG, AP Airlines Writer A government report says Boeing did not give regulators documents about changes it made in a key system blamed in two deadly crashes of its 737 Max jet, and that officials responsible for approving the plane did not know how powerfully the system could push the planes nose down. Government personnel involved in flight tests knew about changes Boeing made to the flight-control system, but engineers responsible for certifying the plane did not, according...
    A government report says Boeing did not give regulators documents about changes it made in a key system blamed in two deadly crashes of its 737 Max jet, and that officials responsible for approving the plane did not know how powerfully the system could push the plane’s nose down. Government personnel involved in flight tests knew about changes Boeing made to the flight-control system, but engineers responsible for certifying the plane did not, according to the report, which is expected...
    DOJ says its reviewing McClain death for potential civil rights probe Thousands of Your Favorite Fast Food Locations Could Close Boeing Withheld Data on System Linked to Crashes, Probe Says (Bloomberg) -- Boeing Co. provided only “limited information” on the flight-control software later implicated in two fatal crashes on the 737 Max as it was being approved by federal regulators, a government watchdog report has found. © Bloomberg A Boeing Co. 737 Max plane is seen at the companys...
    Boeing Co. 737 fuselage sections sit on the assembly floor at Spirit AeroSystems in Wichita, Kansas.Daniel Acker | Bloomberg | Getty Images Boeing failed to submit certification documents to the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) detailing changes to a key flight control system faulted in two fatal crashes, a long-awaited government report seen by Reuters has found. The flight control system, known as MCAS, was not an area of emphasis because Boeing presented it to the FAA as a modification...
    Mississippi governor signs bill to retire flag with Confederate emblem Thousands of Your Favorite Fast Food Locations Could Close Report Says Boeing Withheld Data on System Linked to Crashes (Bloomberg) -- Boeing Co. provided only “limited information” on the flight-control software implicated in two fatal crashes on the 737 Max as it was being approved by federal regulators, a government watchdog report has found. © Bloomberg A Boeing Co. 737 Max plane is seen at the companys manufacturing facility...
    Virgin Galactics carrier aircraft releases its spacecraft Unity during a glide flight test.Virgin Galactic Space tourism venture Virgin Galactic is steadily moving closer to flying customers to the edge of space, with the company expecting to clear remaining Federal Aviation Administration milestones after just one or two more rocket-powered test flights. Virgin Galactic completed its second glide flight test in New Mexico last week, a success that the company expects will allow it to once again fly to space. The company last conducted...
    New York – Boeing and the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) began test flights on its controversial 737 Max on Monday to demonstrate that it can now fly safely with new control software. Of flight. The flights began on Monday and will last for three days, according to an FAA statement, which explained that the first aircraft took off from Boeing’s airfield in Seattle, and that it was scheduled to last for several hours. These flights will represent an...
    Boeing and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) began a series of test flights on Monday to determine whether the 737 Max should be allowed back in the air, after it was involved in two deadly crashes that killed 346 people in 2018 and 2019. The tests are expected to last around three days. “While the certification flights are an important milestone, a number of key tasks remain,” the FAA said in a statement. “The FAA is following a deliberate...
    SEATTLE (AP) — A Boeing 737 MAX took off from a Seattle airport on Monday, the start of three days of re-certification test flights that mark a step toward returning the aircraft to passenger service. The Federal Aviation Administration test flights over the next three days will evaluate Boeing’s proposed changes to the automated flight control system on the MAX. This is the software called the Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS) that activated erroneously on two flights that crashed, killing...
    A Boeing 737 MAX 8 airliner takes off from Renton Municipal Airport near the companys factory, on March 22, 2019 in Renton, Washington.Stephen Brashear | Getty Images The Federal Aviation Administration is set to begin certification flights of the Boeing 737 Max on Monday, a key step toward permitting the planes to return to service after two fatal crashes more than a year ago. The 737 Max, Boeings best-seller, has been grounded worldwide since March 2019 following the crashes — one in...
    TV shows that are canceled or ending in 2020 Kamala Harriss police reform push becomes VP tryout Boeing stock surges after FAA confirms 737 MAX test flights © TheStreet   Boeing shares jumped Monday after the plane maker received approval from the Federal Aviation Administration to being test flights of its grounded 737 MAX aircraft as early as this week. Load Error The FAA, which has been assessing a series of changes to the aircrafts flight system...
    By Clare Duffy, CNN Business (CNN) — Boeing has received clearance to begin test flights of its troubled 737 Max jet, a spokesperson for the Federal Aviation Administration said Sunday. The test flights of could begin as early as Monday. The move marks an important step in the process to re-certify the 737 Max, which has been grounded since March 2019, for passenger flights. Boeing has said it expects to receive full approval for the plane to fly passengers by the middle of this year. The...
    Reuters June 29, 2020 0 Comments Pilots and test crew members from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration and Boeing Co are slated to begin a three-day certification test campaign for the 737 MAX on Monday, people familiar with the matter told Reuters. The test is a pivotal moment in Boeing’s worst-ever corporate crisis, long since compounded by the novel coronavirus pandemic that has slashed air travel and jet demand. The grounding of the fast-selling 737 MAX in March 2019...
    Breaking News — New York, Jun 28 . .- Boeing has received approval from the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to start test flights of its controversial 737 Max model, to demonstrate that it can now fly safely with the new flight control software. The flights, which could start as soon as Monday according to different local media, will represent an important step in the company’s effort to get its best-selling aircraft to fly again. The Max was...
    The move marks an crucial action in the procedure to re-certify the 737 Max, which has been grounded considering that March 2019, for passenger flights.Boeing has stated it expects to obtain entire acceptance for the aircraft to fly passengers by the center of this calendar year. The FAA in a letter to Congress Sunday claimed it does not nonetheless have a day for when the grounding will be lifted. “Flights with FAA examination pilots could start as early as tomorrow,...
    By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Flight-certification testing for Boeings 737 Max, which has been grounded since March 2019 because of two deadly crashes, could begin as early as Monday, according to an Federal Aviation Administration email sent Sunday to congressional oversight committees. The company needs clearance from the FAA before the planes can fly again, and the test flights, with FAA test pilots, are a key step. They would take several days and would evaluate Boeing’s proposed changes to the automated...
    An unpainted Boeing 737 MAX aircraft is seen parked in an aerial photo at Renton Municipal Airport near the Boeing Renton facility in Renton, Washington, U.S. July 1, 2019. Picture taken July 1, 2019.Lindsey Wassen | Reuters Pilots and test crew members from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration and Boeing are slated to begin a three-day certification test campaign for the 737 MAX on Monday, people familiar with the matter told Reuters. The test is a pivotal moment in Boeings...
    Flight-certification testing for Boeing’s 737 Max, which has been grounded since March 2019 because of two deadly crashes, could begin as early as Monday, according to an Federal Aviation Administration email sent Sunday to congressional oversight committees. The company needs clearance from the FAA before the planes can fly again, and the test flights, with FAA test pilots, are a key step. They would take several days and would evaluate Boeing’s proposed changes to the automated flight control system on...
    New York (CNN Business)Boeing has received clearance to begin test flights of its troubled 737 Max jet, a spokesperson for the Federal Aviation Administration said Sunday. The test flights of could begin as early as Monday.The move marks an important step in the process to re-certify the 737 Max, which has been grounded since March 2019, for passenger flights. Boeing has said it expects to receive full approval for the plane to fly passengers by the middle of this year....
    Joe Raedle/Getty Images Boeing is set to begin test flights on its 737 MAX planes, the Federal Administration Administration (FAA) confirmed on Sunday. The Boeing 737 MAX was grounded worldwide in March 2019 following two catastrophic crashes of this type of plane, one in Jakarta, Indonesia and the other in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Both crashes occurred shortly after takeoff and killed all passengers and crew on board. The crashes were determined to be related to the planes’ automated flight-control system,...