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Engineer who accused Boeing supplier of ignoring defects in 737 MAX dies, Joshua Dean is the second whistleblower to die

Whistle-blower and former quality auditor at Boeing supplier Spirit AeroSystems Joshua Dean died of a fast-spreading bacterial infection

Troubles with Boeing aircrafts continue: Panel of plane slips mid-flight as flight lands without external panel

This alarming debacle represents the seventh Boeing-related incident within last month.

Boeing whistleblower who brought lawsuit against US aviation giant found dead, company’s airplanes continue to suffer technical mishaps worldwide

Barnett's death has come just a week after he gave a formal deposition in which he was questioned by Boeing's lawyers, before being cross-examined by his own counsel. He was to undergo further questioning on Saturday, for which he failed to appear. Later, his body was found in a parking lot.

Defence Acquisition Council clears procurement of anti-tank mines, tactical radar, maritime & refuelling aircraft and other items totalling ₹84,560 crore

Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) accorded approval for Acceptance of Necessity (AoNs) for various capital acquisition proposals amounting to Rs 84,560 crore

Airbus partners with Tata Group to set up India’s first helicopter final assembly line in the private sector, to make H125 civilian helicopter

In a major boost to ‘Make in India’, Airbus Helicopters has announced that it is partnering with the Tata Group to establish a Final Assembly Line (FAL) for helicopters in the country

Debris of IAF’s AN-32 aircraft that went missing in 2016 found near Chennai coast by an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle

The debris of the Indian Air Force’s AN-32 aircraft that went missing over the Bay of Bengal in 2016 have been located after over 7 years.

Saved in 90 seconds: How crew of Japan Airlines plane, which was engulfed in flames, safely evacuated all onboard

The pilot of the Japanese Airlines flight halted the skidding aircraft on its nose while the crew issued instructions through phone as the PA system was damaged. The passengers were also seated with composure heeding instructions

Airbus signs MoU with HAL for establishing Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul facility for A-320 family aircraft in Nashik

HAL and Airbus sign contract for establishing civil MRO facility for A-320 family aircraft at Nashik

‘I’m Mohammad, slave of Allah’: Passenger onboard Malaysian Airlines flight threatens to bomb the plane if co-passengers did not submit to be Allah’s slaves

Due to the inconvenience caused by the passenger, who identified himself as Mohammad, flight MH122, which was bound for Kuala Lumpur had to return to Sydney, Australia

USA: House Oversight Committee to hold an open hearing on UFOs, alien spacecraft, and more

The committee is likely to examine Grusch’s claim whether the Pentagon allegedly possesses 'intact and partially intact' alien UFOs or craft of non-human origin.

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