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SpaceX’s Falcon 9 Grounded After Stage 2 Anomaly in Latest Starlink Launch

Spacex’s Falcon 9 Grounded After Stage 2 Anomaly in Latest Starlink Launch

SpaceX’s reliable Falcon 9 space transportation fleet has been grounded after an unusual failure in its second stage caused its payload, 20 of the company’s Starlink satellites, to deploy in a lower-than-expected orbit and eventually burn into the Earth’s atmosphere.

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United Boeing 757 Safely Lands After Losing Wheel On Takeoff

United Boeing 757 Safely Lands After Losing Wheel On Takeoff

A United Airlines Boeing 757 lost a landing gear wheel while taking off from LAX on July 8, but safely landed in Denver with no further incident.

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[TIMELINE] How Boeing Came Under Fire by Federal Lawsuit Over Fatal Crashes

[TIMELINE] How Boeing Came Under Fire by Federal Lawsuit Over Fatal Crashes

Boeing has until July 5 to decide on whether to fight or plead guilty to the lawsuit filed by the Department of Justice for its alleged violation of a 2021 agreement that shielded it from criminal charges after a string of incidents involving its planes, employees, and other business lines.

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Boeing may be Charged by US Prosecutors for Violating 2021 Settlement, According to Sources

Boeing may be Charged by US Prosecutors for Violating 2021 Settlement, According to Sources

Prosecutors recommended that the US Department of Justice file charges against Boeing after discovering it allegedly violated a settlement made in 2021 that shielded it from criminal charges.

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Boeing Purposely Hid Faulty Parts in 737 Max Planes, Whistleblower Claims

A new whistleblower alleged that Boeing hid defective parts from regulators, potentially installing them in 737 Max planes, prompting a new congressional investigation.

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Southwest Airlines Hit With $140 Million Fine for 2022 Holiday Meltdown That Stranded Millions

US Probes 'Dutch Roll' Incident on Boeing Jet During Southwest Airlines Flight in May

Federal investigators are probing a Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8's odd rolling motion during a May flight.

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Victims' Families Urge DOJ to Fine Boeing $24.8 Billion, Prosecute Ex-CEO for 737 Max Disasters

Boeing Admits Fake Documentation for Titanium Parts, FAA Begins Inquiry

The FAA has opened an investigation into Boeing over concerns that counterfeit titanium, verified with fake documentation, may have been installed in some of their planes, potentially affecting structural integrity.

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Boeing and Airbus Allegedly Used 'Counterfeit' Titanium, FAA Investigation Reveals

Boeing and Airbus are under FAA investigation over allegations of using counterfeit titanium that risks the safety and integrity of critical components.

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US FAA Extends Cuts to Airlines' Minimum Flight Requirements at New York Airports Until 2025

US FAA Extends Cuts to Airlines' Minimum Flight Requirements at New York Airports Until 2025

The FAA will extend temporary cuts to minimum flight requirements in New York City-area airports until October 2025.

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FAA Greenlights SpaceX's 4th Starship Flight

FAA Greenlights SpaceX's 4th Starship Flight

The Federal Aviation Administration has issued a license for the fourth launch of SpaceX’s Starship rocket system, scheduled for Jun. 6, 12:00 UTC.

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Amazon Wins FAA Clearance to Expand Prime Air Delivery Drone Operations, Cover Longer-Distance Shipments

Amazon said FAA has allowed its Prime Air delivery drones to fly further without ground spotters.

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Boeing's Statements on Safety Practices Being Investigated by SEC After Side Panel Breaks Off Plane

Boeing Submits New Safety Plan to FAA After Several Plane Accidents

Boeing's CEO Dave Calhoun and top executives are presenting a safety plan to the FAA, addressing quality control issues after several near-catastrophic incidents this year.

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Boeing's Statements on Safety Practices Being Investigated by SEC After Side Panel Breaks Off Plane

FAA's Mike Whitaker Says Boeing Needs More Time to Address Safety Issues

FAA Administrator Mike Whitaker said Boeing has a long way to go before regulators are satisfied with its manufacturing safety efforts.

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US Airlines Call for Government's Swift Action to Address Air Traffic Controller Shortage; FAA Strikes Back

US Airlines Call for Government's Swift Action to Address Air Traffic Controller Shortage; FAA Strikes Back

US airlines has called on the government to address the shortage of air traffic controllers ahead of the summer travel season.

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Boeing Scrubs Starliner Launch, Complicating Company’s Passenger Jet Woes

Boeing Scrubs Starliner Launch, Complicating Company’s Passenger Jet Woes

Boeing scrubbed its attempt to launch its Starliner capsule named ‘Calypso’ on May 6, which was supposed to be a break for Boeing’s issues in its passenger jet operations.

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