You are here
Home > FAA

Fix to 737 MAX anti-stall software is ready

A fix to the anti-stall system suspected in October’s Lion Air Boeing 737 MAX 8 that killed 189 people in Indonesia is ready, industry sources said Saturday. The sources said Boeing was due to present the patch to officials and pilots of US airlines American, Southwest and United in Renton, Washington state, where the craft […]
The post Fix to 737 MAX anti-stall software is ready appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News. …

Crash victims’ families may sue Boeing

The families of the 157 persons who died in the Ethiopian Airlines (ET) plane crash on Sunday may sue the aircraft manufacturer, Boeing and its insurers, for compensation to the tune of N762.5 million ($2.5 million) per person.
The post Crash victims’ families may sue Boeing appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News. …

The Big 5: Six feared dead, many injured in Onitsha ghastly accident; Police arrests 18 suspects over alleged electoral offenses in Oyo | Other top stories

The Big 5: Six feared dead, many injured in Onitsha ghastly accident; Police arrests 18 suspects over alleged electoral offenses in Oyo | Other top stories

Here are the top stories that you should be monitoring today: Scores feared dead, many injured in Onitsha ghastly accident  …
Read » The Big 5: Six feared dead, many injured in Onitsha ghastly accident; Police arrests 18 suspects over alleged electoral offenses in Oyo | Other top stories on YNaija …

Grounding the Boeing 737 a touchy subject for US authorities

Following Sunday’s crash in Ethiopia of another Boeing 737 MAX 8, the second such accident in five months, the flagship US manufacturer faces fresh questions about the planes’ airworthiness. But are US authorities likely to ground these planes, a cash cow for the aerospace giant? “We have no further updates this morning,” a Federal Aviation […]
The post Grounding the Boeing 737 a touchy subject for US authorities appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News. …

Half of Nigeria’s 36 states insolvent, survive on FAA – Report

THE Economic Confidential, EC, has released its Annual States Viability Index, ASVI, showing that 17 states are insolvent as their Internally Generated Revenues, IGR, in 2017 were far below 10 per cent of their receipts from the Federation Account Allocations, FAA, in the same year.
The post Half of Nigeria’s 36 states insolvent, survive on FAA – Report appeared first on Vanguard News. …

Top