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TEA-Switzerland takes delivery of its first Boeing Next-Generation 737-700. The airplane, leased from International Lease Finance Corporation, will be used on charter flights to a variety of...
The first of 10 Boeing 777s was delivered to Air France over the weekend and landed today at Paris. Powered by General Electric GE90 engines, Air France's new 777-200 is scheduled to begin service...
The joint-venture team of Boeing and CSA Czech Airlines expressed pleasure that the Czech Cabinet approved the resolution pertaining to the venture's investment in Aero Vodochody. The joint...
Today's successful launch of five Iridium® satellites aboard a Boeing Delta II launch vehicle brings the total number of operational satellites in orbit to 56. The Iridium constellation is now...
The Boeing Global Positioning Satellite System (GPS) IIF program recently earned a 93-percent award fee rating from the U.S. Air Force Space & Missile Command for its satellite development effort....
The Bell Boeing Tiltrotor Team broke new ground on March 3, 1998, with the first ever V-22 Osprey night flight utilizing night vision goggles (NVG). Osprey No. 10, piloted by Capt. William Witzig,...
The Combat Survivor Evader Locator (CSEL) system was officially launched recently with the delivery by Boeing of handheld satellite communication radios to the U.S. Air Force. The CSEL system is a...
Boeing appointed Mike Kennedy to the newly created position of vice president for the Boeing Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) and Delta IV programs Wednesday. Kennedy previously was the...
The Boeing Company in Huntsville, Ala., has been awarded a $5 million contract from the U.S. Army to support the development, production and integration of an Avenger Slew-to-Cue modification kit....
Boeing Commercial Airplane Group today reported its progress on the 7-series production-recovery efforts. The company also confirmed that it plans to deliver approximately 550 airplanes in 1998,...
DigitalXpress, a provider of satellite communications services, today announced that TEN-TV (Technology Education Network) will broadcast a series of computer programming courses offered by...
The Boeing Company today announced a plan to streamline facilities, focus manufacturing and assembly operations, and eliminate redundant laboratories. By the end of the year 2000, these phased...
The rear fuselage section of the first Boeing 757-300 is lifted into place on the assembly line at the Boeing factory in Renton, Wash. Joining the front and rear fuselage sections to the wing...
The Boeing Standoff Land Attack Missile-Expanded Response (SLAM-ER) completed its fifth and final development test flight by successfully tracking and attacking a mobile target ship. The flight...
The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded Boeing its approval to expand the types of airplane modifications it performs at its Modification Center in Wichita. The approval, known as a...
Boeing has attained another "first" at the Guidance Repair Center by achieving Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification to repair the Carousel IV family of Inertial Navigation Systems...
The delivery of another five Iridium satellites on Sunday, March 22, will bring the total number of operating satellites to 54 on orbit. The launch is scheduled for 10:41:54 p.m. PST, within a...
Continental Airlines has exercised options from a previous Next-Generation 737 order and will purchase 15 Boeing 737-900s, Boeing Commercial Airplane Group confirmed today. The twinjets are...
Dean C. Borgman, Boeing senior vice president and head of the company's helicopter facility here, will retire this spring. Borgman, 56, took over the Mesa facility in 1992 during a period of...
Boeing Enterprises and RADA Electronic Industries today announced that they have signed a preliminary agreement for Boeing to invest $10 million to acquire a minority interest in RADA. The...
The second model of the Next-Generation 737 family, the 737-800, has earned type certification from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The certification formally recognizes that the...
New rotor technology that promises to take helicopter flight into the 21st century is under development by The Boeing Company. Boeing engineers in Mesa and Philadelphia are studying the...
Final assembly of the first Boeing 717-200 test airplane is progressing swiftly toward a May rollout. Work is well under way on two other test airplanes, as well as the first production model,...
Production workers on the Boeing 717-200 Program at Douglas Products Division in Long Beach, Calif., install the second of two BR715 engines on the first test airplane, designated T-1....
The Boeing facilities here have become the single largest industrial site in the world to have its operations certified by independent evaluators as meeting the internationally recognized ISO 9000...