Hi, today we are going to talk about Boeing Co . and its current landscape.

With more than 400 planes grounded, 737 Max crisis is still backlashing Boeing Co ., and now the Boeing problem could become the industry "problem" as the Federal Aviation Administration ( FAA ), may fundamentally change the certification process of aircraft, by prioritizing the human factor in the proceeding. The FAA wants to appraise how quickly airline pilots can react to emergency situations and possibly evaluating how the design o planes make it easier or harder for the pilot's reaction. The proposals need to be the debated of Congress, that has been criticizing the FAA administrator Stephen Dickson over its close relationship with the industry, Dickson it's a former employee of Delta Air Lines.
The effects of the 737 problems, combined with the slowing down economy entails strong headwinds for the whole industry, plus this new regulatory change, companies could see a shrinking of its orders, and more costs to have products in-line with the new possible FAA framework. The positive highlight of the day for the sector goes to the orders coming from several airlines, like Emirates that ordered 50 Airbus A350 jets in a deal worthing $16 billion; Air Arabia ordered 120 Airbus A320s in a $14 billion deal, and Etihad will take 20 Boeing Co . 787 Dreamliners.

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