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The first Next-Generation 737-800 made its debut today at the Boeing Renton, Wash., factory. A crowd of several thousand Boeing Commercial Airplane Group employees was on hand to witness the...
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 June 30 meeting. The dividend is...
Boeing Australia today handed over the last of the modified Kiowa helicopter to the 162 Reconnaissance Squadron of the Australian Army in Townsville, Queensland. Over the last few months, Boeing...
The U. S. Army (MICOM) has awarded The Boeing Company in Huntsville, Ala., a follow-on $6.5 million contract for production of air defense modification kits and spare parts in support of the...
Boeing Commercial Airplane Group confirmed today at the Paris Air Show that British Airways has ordered five Boeing 777 and three 767 jetliners worth an estimated $1 billion. Boeing will deliver...
As the Boeing 737-700 prepared to depart the Paris Air Show, Ron Woodard, Boeing Commercial Airplane Group president, noted that the 737-700 program will generate more jobs in France over the next...
Sunrock Aircraft Corporation, an operating leasing arm of Nissho Iwai Corporation of Japan, today signed a purchase contract for seven Boeing 737 airplanes, including five Boeing Next-Generation...
Newly formed Swiss World Airways has accepted a proposal to purchase two Boeing 767-300ERs valued at $203 million dollars, Boeing Commercial Airplane Group confirmed today. Boeing will deliver the...
Boeing Commercial Airplane Group today confirmed that Icelandair will be the second customer for the new Boeing 757-300 and the first to use the big jetliner in regularly scheduled service....
In an effort to ensure success of a new joint venture that begins June 30 to provide airline training, partners Boeing and FlightSafety International have added the option of staffing the venture...
The first production V-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft is under construction at Bell and Boeing facilities in Texas and Pennsylvania, following the release of funds by the U.S. Navy in April to pay...
Customers and suppliers -- including many from Europe -- played a key role in the development of the Next-Generation 737, said Ron Woodard, Boeing Commercial Airplane Group president. "This...
The Bell Boeing joint venture today announced sales of its new Bell Boeing 609 civil tiltrotor aircraft, slated for delivery beginning in 2001. Twenty-one buyers have placed deposits to date for...
On the heels of this week's announcement that golf superstar Greg Norman and 14 additional customers have placed orders for the new Boeing Business Jet, the organization's president, Borge...
The Boeing Company today announced it will conduct a study for NASA on the feasibility of replacing the solid rocket boosters (SRBs) used to launch America's Space Shuttle with an upgraded...
A Boeing-led team announced its intention to bid on a Department of Defense Global Broadcast Service (GBS) contract, which will be awarded in September 1997. GBS systems allow large blocks of data...
Boeing Commercial Airplane Group executive vice president Nancy Bethel today announced that Pat Coulter, former vice president of Corporate Communications at Bell Atlantic, has joined Boeing...
Boeing Business Jets President Borge Boeskov and Golfer Greg Norman today announced that Norman will purchase a Boeing Business Jet 737 airplane and serve as a spokesperson for the Boeing...
Dr. Robert G. Quinn, Professor of Electrical and Computing Engineering at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania has been selected to receive the prestigious 1997 Boeing Outstanding...
EgyptAir, the national carrier of the Arab Republic of Egypt, has taken delivery of its first Boeing 777-200, an increased gross weight (IGW) version of the popular twinjet. The airline has long...
Linea Aerea Nacional de Chile (LanChile) of Santiago, Chile today announced an order for three Boeing 767-300 extended range jetliners at a press conference in New York City. The order is valued...
The first Japanese-built structural parts for the initial Boeing 777-300 airplane were unloaded May 9 at the company's manufacturing plant in Everett, Wash. The wing in-spar ribs, designed and...
The aviation industry's first World Wide Web site for ordering jetliner spare parts has generated over 150,000 transactions in its first six months, and that volume is expected to grow to half a...
Boeing has completed safety-of-flight testing of the life-support system to be worn by pilots during the F-22 fighter flight-test program. "The F-22 life-support system will deliver superior...
The Boeing Company, which today received the European Commission's (EC) statement of objections to the planned merger with McDonnell Douglas, said it remained confident that the merger would be...