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Boeing Commercial Airplane Group and Alaska Airlines announced today an order for six Boeing 737 jets - one -400 and five -700s. The airline also placed options for four Next-Generation 737s. The...
On May 15, 1998, Boeing celebrated the 2,000th 7-series widebody to be built. Boeing builds all three 7-series widebodies "the 747, 767 and 777" at its factory in Everett, Wash. The milestone jet...
Boeing Commercial Airplane Group today confirmed an order by American Airlines for 25 more of the manufacturer's popular Next-Generation 737-800 airplanes, bringing the airline's total number of...
With German Chancellor Helmut Kohl at his side, President Bill Clinton dedicated "The Spirit of Berlin," a new U.S. Air Force/Boeing C-17 cargo plane, during a morning ceremony today in Templehof,...
The Boeing 717-200 has successfully completed ground vibration and pneumatic testing of the first airplane in development, and continues on its path toward a rollout ceremony June 10 and first...
Boeing Direct, a fast and economical alternative delivery service for airplane spare parts, is now available from all spares distribution centers operated by Boeing Commercial Airplane Group...
Continuing to make full use of its companywide resources, Boeing Commercial Airplane Group (BCAG) announced additional steps today to strengthen its production situation. BCAG intends to fly some...
Boeing engineers recently completed 25 percent of all product definition releases for the new 767-400ER (extended range) derivative airplane. Completion of these releases has allowed Boeing...
In its stunning new livery, Aeroflot Russian International Airlines first 737-400 takes off from Boeing field in Seattle. This 737-400 is the first of 10 Boeing airplanes ordered by the airline....
Significant progress in U.S.-China relations that would benefit American companies and workers is possible this year, said Ron Woodard, president - Boeing Commercial Airplane Group. Woodard made...
After traveling more than 40 nautical miles, the Boeing Standoff Land Attack Missile Expanded Response (SLAM ER) scored a direct hit on a moving ship during its fifth and final development test....
The longest commercial jetliner in aviation history, the Boeing 777-300, earned type certification from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the European Joint Aviation Authorities...
DigitalXpress, a St. Paul, Minn., -based provider of direct-broadcast satellite communications, has been selected as the official satellite broadcaster of the 1998 World Congress on Information...
Bavaria International Aircraft Leasing Company today became the newest customer for the Boeing 717-200 passenger airliner, with an order for five airplanes. Bavaria, based in Munich, Germany, will...
Full-scale production of the first WAH-64 Apache multi-mission combat helicopter for the United Kingdom is under way at the Boeing facility in Mesa, Ariz. Introduction of the WAH-64 Apache to the...
The longest commercial jetliner in aviation history, the Boeing 777-300, today earned type certification and received approval for 180-minute extended-range, twin-engine operations (ETOPS). This...
Mobile Communications Holdings, Inc. (MCHI) announced today that The Boeing Company is to be the system integrator for design, development, construction and deployment of the Ellipso global mobile...
At a Boeing parking lot in Renton, Wash., a giant food can holds a surprise for western Washington food banks: smaller cans - 156 of them. But instead of canned beans or peas, each contains a...
Boeing has cut in half the amount of time required to review supplier proposals by using acquisition reform initiatives on its information, space and defense systems (ISDS) programs. In addition,...
The Boeing Company today was selected by the Joint Program Office of the Department of Defense's Ballistic Missile Defense Organization to act as lead system integrator for the National Missile...
The Boeing Company was honored today for its employee health and safety programs by the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM), which awarded Boeing its Corporate...
Team ABL -- the U.S. Air Force, Boeing, Lockheed Martin and TRW -- today announced that a scaled Laser Beam Control System built by Lockheed Martin Missiles and Space, Sunnyvale, Calif., has...
Boeing Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Phil Condit reported that a quarterly dividend of 14 cents a share was declared by the Board of Directors at its April 27 meeting. The dividend is...
Three Boeing employees recently received national awards in their respective fields, two in engineering and one in human resources. Carlton Holmes and Waymon Whiting both won awards at the 1998...