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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....
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Don Brown has been named director of Flight Operations for airlift and tanker programs at The Boeing Company in Long Beach, Calif. Boeing builds the C-17 Globemaster III cargo airplane in Long...
A Boeing Delta II will boost an IRIDIUM® payload containing five commercial satellites into low-Earth orbit no earlier than November 8 at 5:34:26 p.m. PST. The launch from Vandenberg Air Force...