Boeing has abandoned its financial forecast for 2019 as it faces questions about the plane’s development and testing and its own transparency -- as well as potentially sky-high payouts.
1. When will the 737 Max fly again?
Unclear. Boeing has been testing a proposed software fix that it says will address, along with revised pilot training, what probably went wrong in both crashes. That fix requires approval by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration. Meantime, problems are compounding.
Read the full story, "Boeing's grounded 737 Max: The story so far," at washingtonpost.com.