1. Airbus Not Currently Benefiting From Boeing 737 MAX Troubles  Simple Flying
  2. United Airlines pulls Boeing 737 MAX from schedule until Sept 4  Yahoo Finance
  3. Could The Boeing 787-3 Become The 797 Or 787X?  Simple Flying
  4. New York Fed says Boeing's production freeze could cut US GDP growth by 20% in 2020  Axios
  5. Boeing Stock Could Hit Share Prices of $400 Before 2021  Investorplace.com
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Airbus Not Currently Benefiting From Boeing 737 MAX Troubles - Simple Flying

Perhaps just as big as the Pepsi vs Coke rivalry is the battle between Airbus and Boeing. You…

Airbus Not Currently Benefiting From Boeing 737 MAX Troubles - Simple Flying

United Airlines pulls Boeing 737 MAX from schedule until Sept 4

The fallout extends to the aircraft maker's suppliers.The fallout extends to the aircraft maker's suppliers.

New York Fed says Boeing's production freeze could cut U.S. GDP growth by 20% in 2020 - Axios

The airlines, which had the grounded plane scheduled to return in early June, have each pushed back the return to August and September.The airlines, which had the grounded plane scheduled to return in early June, have each pushed back the return to August and September.

American, United, Southwest push Boeing 737 Max return to late summer

“The @Boeing 737 MAX grounding now looks to wipe out a second summer travel season as @United cancels flights until Sept. 4”

David Shepardson on Twitter: "The @Boeing 737 MAX grounding now looks to wipe out a second summer travel season as @United cancels flights until Sept. 4"

“NYFED: "The recent pause in Boeing’s 737 MAX production is a striking example" of a corporate "shock". Says the production freeze will shave US GDP growth by roughly 20%. (h/t @DionRabouin) $BA @NewYorkFed https://t.co/WB60XseWIA”

Carl Quintanilla on Twitter: "NYFED: "The recent pause in Boeing’s 737 MAX production is a striking example" of a corporate "shock". Says the production freeze will shave US GDP growth by roughly 20%. (h/t @DionRabouin) $BA @NewYorkFed https://t.co/WB60XseWIA"

“While flying over OMDW yesterday got the pleasure to witness the Queen of the skies @Boeing 747 take off...look how majestic is that...”

Fakhr-e-Alam on Twitter: "While flying over OMDW yesterday got the pleasure to witness the Queen of the skies @Boeing 747 take off...look how majestic is that...… https://t.co/iMiyuFEBgY"

““One in 25 airplanes had a safety incident” more revelations emerge over Boeing’s 737 MAX. I speak to former manager, Ed Pierson for @abc take a read here: https://t.co/73lZyQRVXt”

Kathryn Diss on Twitter: "“One in 25 airplanes had a safety incident” more revelations emerge over Boeing’s 737 MAX. I speak to former manager, Ed Pierson for @abc take a read here: https://t.co/73lZyQRVXt"

The troubles plaguing Boeing after the yearlong grounding of its 737 Max plane have created an unusual opening for its chief rival, Airbus, to swoop in and grab business. There’s just one hitch: Airbus is in no position to benefit. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/13/business/airbus-boeing.htmlThe troubles plaguing Boeing after the yearlong grounding of its 737 Max plane have created an unusual opening for its chief rival, Airbus, to swoop in and grab business. There’s just one hitch: Airbus is in no position to benefit. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/13/business/airbus-boeing.html

As Boeing jets sit idle, Airbus can’t make planes fast enough - Chicago Tribune

Bloomberg reported that Airbus has surpassed Boeing in deliveries but cannot manufacture planes fast enough to keep up with its backlog.Bloomberg reported that Airbus has surpassed Boeing in deliveries but cannot manufacture planes fast enough to keep up with its backlog.

Airbus Flies by Boeing in Deliveries But Can’t Keep Up with Orders - Monitordaily

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OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) -- Oklahoma City flights will not be affected by Southwest's latest announcement. The airline said yesterday that it will not be using the Boeing 737 Max until later this year. This means almost 400 flights scheduled for this summer had to be removed. A spokesman for the airline said that the changes will not affect Oklahoma City or Tulsa area flights. Southwest said they will not be using the Max until at least August. OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) -- Oklahoma City flights will not be affected by Southwest's latest announcement. The airline said yesterday that it will not be using the Boeing 737 Max until later this year. This means almost 400 flights scheduled for this summer had to be removed. A spokesman for the airline said that the changes will not affect Oklahoma City or Tulsa area flights. Southwest said they will not be using the Max until at least August.

Oklahoma City flights not affected by latest Southwest decision | KOKH

If Boeing's 737 MAX returns to the skies by mid-year, BA stock could recover to $400 a share before the year is out.If Boeing's 737 MAX returns to the skies by mid-year, BA stock could recover to $400 a share before the year is out.

Boeing Stock Could Hit Share Prices of $400 Before 2021 | InvestorPlace

If Boeing's 737 MAX returns to the skies by mid-year, BA stock could recover to $400 a share before the year is out.

Boeing Stock Could Hit Share Prices of $400 Before 2021 | InvestorPlace

CHICAGO (AP) — United Airlines said Friday it is removing the grounded Boeing 737 Max from its schedule until early September, forcing it to cancel thousands more flights. United, Southwest and American are bracing for a second straight summer without their Max planes, which have been grounded since last March after two crashes killed 346 people. The result will be fewer flights than the airlines had planned to offer during the peak summer-travel season.CHICAGO (AP) — United Airlines said Friday it is removing the grounded Boeing 737 Max from its schedule until early September, forcing it to cancel thousands more flights. United, Southwest and American are bracing for a second straight summer without their Max planes, which have been grounded since last March after two crashes killed 346 people. The result will be fewer flights than the airlines had planned to offer during the peak summer-travel season.

United pushes back expected return of grounded Boeing Max jet | KOMO

The New York Federal Reserve says that Boeing completely halting production on the 737 Max could have a negative effect on the U.S.'s expected quarterly gross domestic product (GDP) growth in 2020.The New York Federal Reserve says that Boeing completely halting production on the 737 Max could have a negative effect on the U.S.'s expected quarterly gross domestic product (GDP) growth in 2020.

NY Fed: Boeing production pause could weigh on GDP in 2020 | TheHill

The New York Federal Reserve says that Boeing completely halting production on the 737 Max could have a negative effect on the U.S.'s expected quarterly gross domestic product (GDP) growth in 2020.The New York Federal Reserve says that Boeing completely halting production on the 737 Max could have a negative effect on the U.S.'s expected quarterly gross domestic product (GDP) growth in 2020.

NY Fed: Boeing production pause could weigh on GDP in 2020 | TheHill