David Schaper

David Schaper appears in the following:

Ethiopian Officials Say Faulty Boeing Software Played Role In Deadly 737 Max Crash

Monday, March 09, 2020

The findings of the interim report were released a day before the anniversary of the crash of Nairobi-bound Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302.


What Airlines Are Doing To Help Alleviate Your Coronavirus Concerns

Saturday, March 07, 2020

With worries over the spread of coronovirus, what should you consider when boarding a crowded airplane? We tell you what airlines are doing to address concerns and how you can minimize your risk.


Coronavirus Fears Lead To Canceled Flights And Concerns Within The Travel Industry

Wednesday, March 04, 2020

Companies are canceling employee travel, and airlines are slashing hundreds of flights amid fear of the spreading coronavirus. The slump is hitting the travel industry and related businesses hard.


Coronavirus Fears Lead To Canceled Flights

Tuesday, March 03, 2020

Companies are canceling employee travel and airlines are slashing hundreds of flights amid fear of the spreading coronavirus. The slump is hitting the travel industry and related businesses hard.


New Boeing CEO Gives Pep Talk To Employees And Addresses Media

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

New Boeing CEO David Calhoun met with his employees in Seattle and then held a conference call with reporters in an effort to bolster confidence in the troubled airplane manufacturer.


Boeing 737 Max May Stay Grounded Into Summer

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Boeing suggests it could fly about mid-2020. Industry sources note that the FAA and other regulators around the world could take months longer to find the planes safe to fly passengers.


Boeing's Future Dominance In Question After 737 Max Crashes, New CEO

Thursday, January 16, 2020

The nation's largest export manufacturer is at a crossroads. As Boeing reels from its 737 Max crisis and welcomes a new CEO, decisions made now could decide its competitive future for decades.


As New CEO Takes Charge, Boeing's Challenges Remain

Monday, January 13, 2020

Boeing's new CEO David Calhoun has served on the company's board of directors since 2009, leading some to worry he can't bring an outsider's perspective and shake things up.


David Calhoun, New Boeing CEO, Has His Work Cut Out For Him

Monday, January 13, 2020

A new CEO takes over at Boeing Monday following two deadly 737 Max crashes. David Calhoun will work to win regulators' approval to get those planes flying again, and try to regain the public's trust.


Boeing Employees Mocked FAA Privately In Emails Before 737 Max Disasters

Friday, January 10, 2020

Documents released by Boeing related to the design of the 737 Max show disrespect and disdain for the FAA's role in certifying the troubled and now-grounded aircraft.


Boeing Employees Mocked FAA In Internal Messages Before 737 Max Disasters

Thursday, January 09, 2020

Employees bragged about getting approval for the jets without having to give pilots much new training. One employee says, "This airplane is designed by clowns who ... are supervised by monkeys."


How Pilots Interact With Automation

Thursday, December 26, 2019

Air travel is much safer today because of an increased reliance on automation. But experts say it's harder for pilots to take over when something goes wrong.


Boeing Will Temporarily Stop Making Its 737 Max Jetliners

Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Production will stop in January. The jets were grounded after two crashes that killed nearly 350 people. Despite being grounded, Boeing continued cranking the planes out at its factory near Seattle.


Boeing Will Suspend Production Of 737 Max Jetliners In January

Monday, December 16, 2019

The company said it is waiting for federal regulators to certify fixes for software blamed for two catastrophic plane crashes that killed 346 people.


Boeing May Stop 737 Max Jet Assembly Line

Monday, December 16, 2019

Boeing may stop production of its troubled 737 Max jets now that the FAA has said it may be months before the plane is certified to fly again. That could mean job cuts at Boeing and beyond.


FAA Chief Pushes Back On Boeing Pressure To Return 737 Max Jets To Service

Thursday, December 12, 2019

A day after hearing criticism from Congress that his agency is too cozy with the manufacturer, the FAA administrator warned Boeing's CEO not to expect quick recertification of the grounded planes.


FAA Administrator Defends Agency Before Congress In Wake Of 737 Max Debacle

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Federal Aviation Administration administrator Stephen Dickson went before Congress on Wednesday to defend his agency's role in the wake of the Boeing 737 Max jet debacle.


737 Max Scandal Cuts Boeing's Once Rock-Solid Image

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Boeing is grappling with more than just fixing the technical problems with its 737 Max planes. Two crashes of the new plane have undermined trust in the aircraft manufacturer.


Boeing CEO Says He Decided Not To Quit After 737 Max Crashes And Gave Up Bonuses

Wednesday, November 06, 2019

"I don't see running away from a challenge, resigning, as the right solution," Dennis Muilenburg said. A lawmaker asked him if he was taking a cut in pay, prompting the CEO to give up his bonuses.


3 Takeaways From 2 Days Of Tense Boeing Congressional Hearings

Saturday, November 02, 2019

Boeing executives' testimony suggests the company knew enough to at least question the safety of continuing to fly the 737 Max after the first of two deadly crashes involving the aircraft.