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Boeing Commercial Airplane Group has confirmed an order for three 757 twinjets from British Airways. The first aircraft will be delivered this December and the remaining two in early 1998,...
Boeing hosted an open house at the McClellan Air Force Base NCO Club in Sacramento today to acquaint Sacramento Air Logistics Center (ALC) aircraft depot maintenance workers at the base with the...
Boeing Commercial Airplane Group today confirmed that Delta Air Lines intends to order 106 Boeing jetliners as part of a "flexible and disciplined" airplane fleet acquisition plan spanning the...
Yesterday the Seattle Professional Engineering Employees Association (SPEEA) filed an unfair labor practice charge against Boeing with the National Labor Relations Board regarding the recently...
The Boeing Next-Generation 737-700 reached an altitude of 41,000 feet recently, flying higher than any other 737 in aviation history. Flying up to speeds of .81 Mach, (464 knots or 535 mph) Boeing...