Engineer Claims Boeing Prioritized Cost Over Safety During 737 MAX Development

Engineer Claims Boeing Prioritized Cost Over Safety During 737 MAX Development

A senior Boeing engineer has accused the aircraft manufacturer of cutting corners during the development of the troubled 737 MAX jet, alleging the company decided against a safety system to minimize costs. According to The New York Times, Boeing sent...
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Airbus Testing New Tech to Track Passenger Behavior, Consumption

Airbus Testing New Tech to Track Passenger Behavior, Consumption

Airbus is conducting testing on one of its A350-900 wide-body planes to see how a plethora of sensors throughout the cabin can help track passenger behavior and consumption. The new technology even includes a camera outside the bathroom According to...
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Qantas plans for first Project Sunrise test flight

Qantas plans for first Project Sunrise test flight

Qantas has revealed new details of research plans for its Project Sunrise ultra-long-haul commercial services initiative from Australia that includes a series of supporting test flights, the first of which is scheduled for later this month. The first flight, s...
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Air France boosts cabin bag storage space

Air France boosts cabin bag storage space

Air France is set to increase the size of luggage compartments in the cabins of its Airbus A320 fleet after signing an agreement with Safran Cabin. The new compartments will be available on the airline’s domestic and European network, with...
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