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The third Boeing 767 AWACS takes off from Boeing Field in Seattle during its successful first flight on Aug. 31. The flight marks the beginning of a test program to evaluate whether the aircraft's...
The third Boeing 767 Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) aircraft has successfully completed its first flight with the distinctive 30-foot rotodome mounted atop its fuselage. The aircraft...
Boeing Chairman and CEO Phil Condit today announced a significant management and organizational realignment to address financial and production performance issues and to better position the...
The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) has awarded the Boeing Executive Management Council in Mesa its top recognition award for single process initiatives (SPI) that significantly cut costs on...
Transavia's third Boeing 737-800 took off from Boeing Field in Seattle Aug. 27. Two other 737-800s were delivered to Transavia earlier this year as part of a 1995 order for eight 737-800s and...
Boeing today announced that President and Chief Operating Officer Harry Stonecipher also will be the company's acting chief financial officer until a successor is in place for Boyd Givan. Givan,...
Boeing Commercial Airplane Group announced today that it has selected five mills to supply all the commercial airplane manufacturer's aluminum flat-rolled products, and small and intermediate...
Boeing Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Phil Condit announced that its Board of Directors today authorized a share repurchase program. The authorization is for the repurchase of up to 15...
Europe's Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA) have completed validation of the Boeing MD Explorer helicopter in its 902 configuration, and recommended that the JAA's 27 member nations issue Amended...
The lead Boeing investigator looking into the Wednesday Delta III rocket failure said his team is focusing on the control system. "Based on the data we reviewed over the past couple of days, it is...
The prototype L 159 Advanced Light Combat Aircraft with a Boeing-designed avionics suite made its first flight Aug. 18 at the Aero Vodochody airport near Prague in the Czech Republic. During the...
The F/A-18E/F successfully reached another development milestone when the full-scale fatigue test airframe (FT50) completed its first lifetime of testing in the Boeing St. Louis laboratories. One...
Clarence Quan, named the lead Boeing investigator for the Wednesday Delta III launch failure, arrived in Florida early this morning. Under his direction the investigation is continuing. Boeing has...
Boeing announced the lead investigator for the Delta III failure here at a press conference early this morning. Clarence Quan, an aerospace engineer, with more than four decades of experience in...
Tonight at 9:17 p.m. EDT the Boeing Delta III lifted off Launch Complex 17-B. Failure of the rocket occurred approximately one minute and 20 seconds into flight when the launch team lost flight...
Today at 8 a.m. EDT, the 45th Space Wing vice-commander downgraded the hurricane condition (HURCON) at Cape Canaveral Air Station and Patrick Air Force Base to HURCON IV. This action is...
A "Turbulence Education and Training Aid" has been sent by The Boeing Company to nearly 700 of its commercial airplane customers throughout the world. The training aid, which includes an...
British Airways announced plans to purchase up to 32 777-200s, Boeing Commercial Airplane Group (BCAG) confirmed today. The order includes the 777-200ER (extended-range) jetliner - the most...
Boeing has begun assembly of the mid-fuselage for its Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) X-32A concept demonstrator aircraft - two months ahead of schedule. "Our aggressive pace on this program reflects...
Monday's inaugural launch of a Boeing Delta III rocket carrying a Galaxy X communications satellite has been postponed at least one day due to the threat of Hurricane Bonnie to Florida's east...
Baszile Metals Service of Los Angeles has been named The Boeing Company 1998 Small Disadvantaged Business Supplier of the Year. The award, which was presented to Baszile executives by John Warner,...
Boeing today completed computer upgrades to West Virginia University's personal rapid transit (PRT) system, allowing it to return to passenger service. The company was awarded a $4 million...
Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) unveiled its fleet-wide new livery painted on its first Boeing 737-600. A blue colored tail, red engines, and a redesigned corporate logo and signature highlight...
Fatigue Technology, Inc., (FTI) of Seattle, has been named The Boeing Company 1998 Small Business Supplier of the Year. The award was presented to FTI executives by John Warner, senior vice...