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Trans World Airlines, Inc. (TWA) today announced an order for four Boeing 757-200 airplanes for delivery in 1999. The airline also announced the lease of one extended-range 767-300ER from...
The 43rd Boeing C-17 Globemaster III cargo aircraft was delivered to the U.S. Air Force in a short ceremony here today. Lt. Gen. Marvin Esmond, Deputy Chief of Staff for Air and Space Operations,...
The millennium came early for The Boeing Company and their NASA rocket engine test teammates at the John C. Stennis Space Center (SSC) in south Mississippi. The 2,000th single engine test of the...
The 2,000th single engine test of the Space Shuttle Main Engine (SSME) propulsion system was conducted at the A-2 test stand as Flight Engine #2049 was hot-fired for 520 seconds with no anomalies....
A Boeing-designed Solar Orbit Transfer Vehicle (SOTV) recently passed the first of three U.S. Air Force Technical Reviews -- the Systems Requirements Review. Boeing Phantom Works is developing the...
Deliveries for Boeing Next-Generation 737 jetliners reached a significant program milestone when the 100th airplane was delivered to Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) today. "It is rare for a...
Customer response to the Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) continues to be positive as 11 new orders were announced today by Boeing Business Jets President Borge Boeskov, increasing the total number of...
The U.S. Air Force announced today the procurement of 19 Boeing Delta IV launches for the Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) program valued at $1.38 billion. This initial launch services...
A unique blade fold kit, developed by The Boeing Company for use on the WAH-64 Apache Longbow, has the potential to become the standard for the entire Apache fleet worldwide. The blade fold kit...
The Delta III investigation team here completed the cause and corrective action investigation into the Aug. 26 failure of the Boeing Delta III launch vehicle. "The roll instability which led to...
Boeing supports the FAA's efforts to enhance airplane fire protection, and will work with the agency and airplane operators in order to make these improvements to new production and in-service...
UNI Airways, a subsidiary of EVA Airways, has acquired four new Boeing MD-90s, The Boeing Company announced today. UNI, based in Taiwan, will take delivery of the MD-90s over the next three...
Sea Launch will demonstrate the capabilities of its ocean-based commercial launch system with its first launch in March 1999, the Company said today. The first launch will carry a demonstration...
Another major milestone in the F-22 flight test program was achieved when Lockheed Martin test pilot Jon Beesley flew the first F-22, built by U.S. Air Force contractors Lockheed Martin, Boeing...
Boeing Senior Vice President Larry Clarkson has announced his intention to retire, effective Feb. 1, 1999. Upon his retirement, Clarkson plans to pursue a variety of alternatives, including...
The Boeing Company was selected by the U.S. Air Force as the winner of the Integrated Weapon Systems Support Program (IWSSP). The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, awarded by the...
Continuing its aggressive pace of development, Boeing began assembling the forward fuselage of its second Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) concept demonstrator -- the X-32B -- more than two months ahead...
The Boeing Company announced today the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with Hellenic Aerospace Industry (HAI) in support of the F-15H offset benefits program. The United States...
The Boeing Company today announced the formation of three new business units in its Commercial Airplanes organization. The changes are part of the company's plan to restructure and realign...
The Boeing Company today announced third quarter and nine months 1998 deliveries as follows: Major Programs 3rd Quarter Nine Months 737 Classic 25 92 737 Next-Generation 41 91 747 11 32 757 12 35 767
With an eye toward the new millennium, a touch of Star Wars drama, and the sobering realization that this isn't science fiction, the futuristic rotorcraft pilot's associate (RPA) lifted off on its...
Bell/Boeing V-22 number 8, one of the four Engineering and Manufacturing Development (EMD) aircraft currently undergoing developmental testing by the US Marine Corps, arrived Sept. 17 at Libby...
Metalized Mylar -- and all other insulation blanket coverings used by McDonnell Douglas and Boeing -- have been tested and meet the applicable flammability requirements for FAA certification. At...
The Boeing Company today celebrated the 30-year anniversary of the first Boeing 747 to roll out of the factory. Known as the world's first jumbo jet, the 747 is still the world's largest...
Boeing announced today it has formalized a core team of highly qualified suppliers to help it in its bid to win the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) program and proceed to engineering and manufacturing...