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An intuitive electronic database that allows manufacturing designers to more effectively evaluate material and process design alternatives is under development at The Boeing Company. When...
Dr. William J. Perry, former secretary of defense under the Clinton administration, has been appointed to the board of directors of The Boeing Company. The announcement was made by Phil Condit,...
Boeing has been awarded a $64.8 million contract by the U.S. Air Force to manufacture re-engine kits for KC-135 and RC-135 aircraft. The contract is with the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center at...
When Boeing Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Phil Condit decided to pursue a doctoral degree in engineering, he chose to make it a nontraditional, international effort. Recently, that decision...
The U.S. Air Force has taken the first step toward its vision of a Distributed Mission Training (DMT) capability by awarding The Boeing Company a $333.4 million contract for the F-15C Contractor...
Boeing and Alaska Airlines announced today an order for 10 737-900s and 10 options, launching the fourth model in the Next-Generation 737 family, the fastest-selling family of commercial jetliners...
Lee Monson has been named vice president of Sales for Boeing Business Jets, the joint venture established in July 1996 by The Boeing Company and General Electric Co. to market a derivative of the...
The 250th Delta expendable launch vehicle successfully carried five satellites into orbit today at 5:34:26 p.m. PST, from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. "Delta 250 is more than a milestone for...
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....
The task of training more than 21,000 managers nationwide is a daunting one. But with the help of DigitalXpress, a direct-broadcast satellite company, The Boeing Company today begins linking...
With just eight months remaining before the first U.S. astronaut teams go into space to begin assembly of the International Space Station, a vital component of the system that will provide the...
P6 cargo element for the International Space Station in a test chamber at the Lockhead Martin Test Facility in Denver, Colorado. This Space Station component has arrived at Marshall Space Flight...
A replenishment satellite built by The Boeing Company for the U.S. Air Force's Global Position System (GPS) was carried into orbit today aboard the aerospace company's Delta II expendable launch...
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...
The twenty-eighth and final satellite of the U.S. Air Force's NAVSTAR Global Positioning System Block IIA program will be launched here tomorrow, Nov. 4, The Boeing Company said today. "The last...
The third of four Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft built to production standards was delivered Oct. 30 to the V-22 Integrated Test Team at the Patuxent River Naval Air Warfare Test...
Following several months of careful market analysis, the Boeing Commercial Airplane Group today announced decisions regarding the company's product strategy for jetliners produced by its Douglas...
Thai Airways International (THAI) today received the 100th 777 produced by Boeing -- a 777-200 named "Pattani" in honor of its namesake, a southern province in Thailand. An early-morning delivery...
The first production T-45 Goshawk jet trainer for the U.S. Navy, equipped with a new digital cockpit known as Cockpit-21, was presented in ceremonies today at The Boeing Company in St. Louis. The...
Air New Zealand's newest Boeing 767 is setting records before it even goes into service. The airline took delivery of its ninth 767-300ER (extended range) airplane Oct. 28, and within hours was en...