Two fatal accidents. Quality concerns and production slowdowns. A loose panel that exploded during a flight. Boeing is an American institution that has contributed to the country’s place on the world stage. But it is also going through a particularly difficult period.

As business journalists at the New York Times, we have been covering Boeing and concerns about the quality of the airplanes it makes for years. We are planning more stories about the company’s future, its competitive position against its European rival Airbus, employee morale and whether enough is being done to improve quality and avoid incidents like the one this year when it started A panel of a 737 Max 9 aircraft during an Alaska Airlines flight.

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