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The tail of a Boeing Co. 737 Max 9 Photographer | David Ryder | Bloomberg

Why Boeing’s 737 Max will take longer to fly in skies outside the US

International regulators, including India’s DGCA, aren’t ready to follow just US FAA certification. Some want more clarity from Boeing on a tech update on the jet.
The tail of a Boeing Co. 737 Max 9 Photographer | David Ryder | Bloomberg

Boeing 737 Max looks set to fly back into service in October

The Federal Aviation Administration announced it is set to issue formal legal directives for repairs required, which shows it approves the manufacturer’s proposed redesigns.
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Boeing lost 60 orders of 737 Max in June with buyers devastated by Covid

This year, 373 orders for the Max have been scrapped as collapsing travel demand complicates Boeing’s efforts to shore up a plane that's supposed to be a critical source of cash.
Representational Image | Brendon Thorne | Bloomberg

Things are terrible at Airbus, but at least it’s not Boeing

Boeing had $9 billion in negative shareholder equity at the end of March, and $39 billion of indebtedness.
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Boeing readies for test flights of 737 Max as it works towards ending 15-month grounding

Regulators and Boeing are also hoping to convene an international panel of airline pilots to test a proposed new training course for Max flight crews.
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Controversial Boeing 737 Max is nearing a milestone with key test flight this month

Boeing is sharing the draft of its revised pilot training, indicating it might finally be nearing the end of its 15-month grounding and controversy over 2 crashes.
Screenshot from Flightradar24.com, showing a flight heading into Pakistan from India

India’s oldest flying aircraft in spotlight after radar website shows it going to Pakistan

The site, Flightradar24.com, later put out a clarification, but not before social media was buzzing about the Aviation Research Centre’s Boeing 707.

Now, return of Boeing 737 Max has to overcome work-from-home challenge

Boeing has to pull off the ultimate work-from-home challenge: Certifying an airplane with regulators who are self-isolating on different continents.
Boeing 737 Max planes sit idle as the company continues to work on the software glitch that contributed to two fatal Jetliner crashes. | Bloomberg

Airbus and Boeing have both forgotten how to make money

Bombardier’s withdraw from commercial aerospace is a sad acknowledgement of how hard it is to make money selling big aircraft. Even Airbus and Boeing struggle.
The tail of a Boeing Co. 737 Max 9 Photographer | David Ryder | Bloomberg

Boeing to set up a 737 Max simulator in India, SpiceJet says

Boeing recommends simulator training for pilots of 737 Max, which was grounded last year following two fatal crashes linked to its flight-control software.

On Camera

Boring Joe Biden chooses boring Kamala Harris for VP. But it’s a logical choice

California’s Kamala Harris is a nationally known senator from a big state who had run for president and acquitted herself well. That speaks well of Biden.
A sign reading "Bitcoin Accepted Here" is displayed next to a cash register at The Pink Cow restaurant and bar in Tokyo, Japan. | Photographer: Yuriko Nakao | Bloomberg

Bitcoin run is again giving bulls hope for prices beyond $12,000

The digital-asset community tends toward Bitcoin bullishness at pretty much any time, but there are indications the increase might be more sustainable this time around.

Defence

The national flags of China and India (Representational Image) | Photo: Dhiraj Singh | Bloomberg

No progress made in India-China major general-level talks, all eyes now on diplomatic parleys

Talks were held Sunday over Depsang Plains tensions. Next round of meeting under Working Mechanism for Consultation and Coordination is being scheduled now.
Illustration: Soham Sen | ThePrint

Modi redefined secularism with Ram Mandir as Hindu voters were fed up of Sonia-Left version

Assumptions that Indian secularism died with Ram Mandir bhoomi pujan are bunk. It is enshrined in the Constitution, and is worth preserving.