At the Paris Airshow, Boeing faces some difficult choices following the fatal 737 Max crashes.Read more
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One of our readers, Andrew, has emailed in to say that he won't be flying on Boeing's 737 Max when it returns to service.
He says: "There are many all Airbus airlines, for example easyJet and Wizz Air flying from the UK, so options are available not to get on one."
He adds: "Boeing is desperate to get the Max flying soon and I certainly wouldn’t want to be the person certifying it as fixed."
What about you? Would you be happy to board a Boeing 737 Max? What would it take to persuade you to fly on one?
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Engineers assembling the European-Russian robot launching to Mars next year fit its key instrument package.
BBC International Business Correspondent
The new chief executive of Airbus, Guillaume Faury, says the company will "probably" have to take legal action against the German government over its effective ban on arms sales to Saudi Arabia.
In November, Berlin said it would stop granting export licences for sales to the Saudi kingdom.
The embargo was introduced in the wake of the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Instanbul last year, and Airbus has already said that it is affecting its business, because a number of the aircraft it sells contain German parts.
Speaking to journalists in London, Mr Faury said Airbus had contracts with its customers and needed to "defend our own contractual obligations and interests". He added that it was close to taking action in "a number of cases".
Engineers test the locomotion system of the Rosalind Franklin rover which will launch to the Red Planet next year.
Engineers test the locomotion system of the Rosalind Franklin rover and its ability to handle obstacles.