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Since the completion of the Bell Boeing 609 preliminary design review in May 1997, the world's first commercial tiltrotor aircraft has begun taking physical form. Working at Bell Helicopter...
The extraordinary capabilities of the tiltrotor have sparked enormous enthusiasm for the aircraft from customers around the world. So far the Bell Boeing tiltrotor team reports sales commitments...
At a ceremony today in Taipei to commemorate its 40th anniversary, Far Eastern Air Transport announced plans to purchase 10 Boeing 757-200s and two Boeing MD-83s. "To cope with our route-expansion...
Twenty successful missions and more than 60 million miles under her belt, America's Space Shuttle orbiter Atlantis arrived home to the Boeing Orbiter Major Modification Facility here today atop a...
The U.S. Air Force received its 35th Boeing C-17 Globemaster III today when a Boeing flight crew delivered the airplane to its new home, the 437th Airlift Wing at Charleston Air Force Base, S.C....
A group of Australian aerospace companies, led by Boeing Australia Limited, have signed a teaming agreement allowing the group to combine their efforts in bidding for the forthcoming...
Boeing Commercial Airplane Group today announced several new service offerings that will greatly expand the air transport industry's access to digitized maintenance data and help end reliance on...
Boeing celebrated a major milestone on the T-38 Avionics Upgrade program today with a ribbon-cutting and site dedication ceremony at its facility at Williams Gateway Airport in Mesa, Ariz. The...
Boeing has received a contract worth approximately $450 million to develop and test a mission systems upgrade for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's (NATO) fleet of 17 E-3 Airborne Warning...
The filter that will allow the Boeing Sikorsky RAH-66 Comanche helicopter to operate on deadly, contaminated battlefields has been successfully integrated into the aircraft's environmental control...
A video news release detailing new Boeing-developed, airplane-wing technology is now available for your use. Cellular wing technology could revolutionize how aircraft -- particularly military...
The telecommunications industry has honored DigitalXpress and The Boeing Company for its application of direct-broadcast technology in its merger communication activities. In recognition of the...
An intuitive electronic database that allows manufacturing designers to more effectively evaluate material and process design alternatives is under development at The Boeing Company. When...
Dr. William J. Perry, former secretary of defense under the Clinton administration, has been appointed to the board of directors of The Boeing Company. The announcement was made by Phil Condit,...
Boeing has been awarded a $64.8 million contract by the U.S. Air Force to manufacture re-engine kits for KC-135 and RC-135 aircraft. The contract is with the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center at...
When Boeing Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Phil Condit decided to pursue a doctoral degree in engineering, he chose to make it a nontraditional, international effort. Recently, that decision...
The U.S. Air Force has taken the first step toward its vision of a Distributed Mission Training (DMT) capability by awarding The Boeing Company a $333.4 million contract for the F-15C Contractor...
Boeing and Alaska Airlines announced today an order for 10 737-900s and 10 options, launching the fourth model in the Next-Generation 737 family, the fastest-selling family of commercial jetliners...
Lee Monson has been named vice president of Sales for Boeing Business Jets, the joint venture established in July 1996 by The Boeing Company and General Electric Co. to market a derivative of the...
The 250th Delta expendable launch vehicle successfully carried five satellites into orbit today at 5:34:26 p.m. PST, from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. "Delta 250 is more than a milestone for...
The newest member of the 737 family, the Next-Generation 737-700, today receives FAA approval to enter service as Don Riggin, office manager for the FAA Seattle Aircraft Certification Office,...
Boeing Commercial Airplane Group confirmed today its contribution of $250,000 to the scholarship fund of the International Air Transportation Association (IATA) to support training of airline...
Boeing rolled out the first of 25 F-15Is for the Israel Air Force today. The ceremony marked an important milestone in a long, productive partnership between the company and the state of Israel....
The task of training more than 21,000 managers nationwide is a daunting one. But with the help of DigitalXpress, a direct-broadcast satellite company, The Boeing Company today begins linking...