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The three major fuselage sections of the first production V-22 Osprey were joined today at the Boeing facility in suburban Philadelphia. The V-22 tiltrotor is being developed by the team of Bell...
Boeing Commercial Airplane Group (BCAG) continues to stabilize production of 7-Series jetliners. In preparation for the next production-rate increase in April, BCAG and its supplier team have...
The Boeing Company today announced its intention to sell its single-engine commercial helicopter business to Bell Helicopter Textron of Fort Worth, Texas. The sale includes all variants of the MD...
Boeing today announced its entry into the commercial communications test and measurement market with a multi-protocol analyzer that is the first of its kind in the industry. The Boeing AS4950 is...
Boeing has been awarded a four-year, $48 million contract by the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory at Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M., to develop a solar orbit transfer vehicle. The sun-powered...
The Boeing Company today announced that its 1998 annual meeting of stockholders will be held April 27 in St. Louis. This will mark the first time in the company's history that the event has been...
Boeing today announced its plans to establish a major aerospace logistics and support center for large aircraft at Kelly Air Force Base, located near San Antonio, Texas. The new Boeing Aerospace...
The U.S. Court of Federal Claims today issued its final decision in the A-12 aircraft litigation filed in 1991 and has determined that the McDonnell Douglas and General Dynamics team is entitled...
Europe's Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA), which comprise the aviation regulatory authorities of 27 countries, today recommended type validation of the Boeing Next-Generation 737-700. Actual type...
A reinvigorated partnership with industry is key to achieving the technology hurdles facing the U.S. Special Operations Command, according to retired U.S. Marine Corps Gen. Richard Hearney....
DigitalXpress, a provider of satellite communications services, announced today that it has signed a business agreement with Oakwood Homes Corporation, the nation's largest retailer of...
Today's successful deployment of another five IRIDIUM system satellites from a Boeing [NYSE:BA] Delta II rocket brings the total of satellites to 51 in orbit. The launch took place at 5:58 a.m....
David Smukowski has been appointed president of FlightSafety Boeing Training International. FlightSafety Boeing is a joint venture between The Boeing Company and FlightSafety International. The...
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) last week announced the selection of six new energy-saving projects designed to accelerate the commercialization of environmentally friendly high-temperature...
ITHACO was selected by Boeing for the 1997 Exceptional Company Performance Award from among a national network of Boeing satellite and shuttle program subcontractors and suppliers. Selection...
Employees at The Boeing Company in Mesa, Ariz., assemble the first of 30 AH-64D Apaches for The Royal Netherlands Air Force. The Netherlands will become the first international customer to take...
Tomorrow's launch of five IRIDIUM system satellites aboard a Boeing Delta II has been postponed due to forecasted precipitation, high ground winds and the potential for lightning. The launch has...
A Boeing Delta II successfully launched from Cape Canaveral Air Station, Fla., delivered the first four satellites of the Globalstar network at 09:34 EST. The Globalstar satellites are built by...
The Boeing Company Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Phil Condit said in Kuala Lumpur today that Boeing is committed to supporting its Asian business partners during the Asian economic crisis....
Officials scrubbed today's launch of a Boeing Delta II expendable launch vehicle carrying five IRIDIUM system satellites due to upper level winds. The Delta II team will be assessing weather...
The Boeing Delta II team has rescheduled the IRIDIUM® launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB), Calif., for Sunday, February 15. The decision to launch on Sunday was based upon the weather...
Retired U.S. Navy pilot and Vietnam Ace, U.S. Rep. Randall "Duke" Cunningham (R-Calif.), took the throttle of the U.S. Navy's new F/A-18E/F Super Hornet on Saturday, Feb.7, flying the strike...
The first of four new airplanes that will transport U.S. government officials made its first flight Feb. 11. At 3:41 p.m. PST, the C-32A - a slightly modified Boeing 757-200 - took off from Renton...
The Boeing Company Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Phil Condit said in Jakarta today that Boeing is committed to supporting its business partners in Asia during the current economic crisis....