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McDonnell Douglas Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company, today announced it is commencing a fixed spread tender offer for any and all of its 9 ¼% Notes due April 1, 2002....
The nation's oldest federally-certified school of aviation, Saint Louis University's Parks College of Engineering and Aviation, also became the youngest Sept. 27 with the dedication of a new,...
Boeing has been awarded a contract with a potential value of $22.2 million by the U. S. Air Force to continue providing E-3 AWACS mission crew training at Tinker Air Force Base, Okla. The contract...
Boeing Commercial Airplane Group president Ron Woodard today announced the next steps in a recovery plan designed to overcome the production delays and challenges facing the company as it ramps up...
The U.S. Air Force received its 34th Boeing C-17 Globemaster III cargo aircraft during a ceremony Oct. 2. A crew from the 437th Airlift Wing, Charleston Air Force Base, S.C., took delivery of the...
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The Boeing Company today announced its intention to sell or lease undeveloped properties at four sites in Washington state and Oregon. The properties, which total 316 acres, are located at the...
David Smukowski, a 19-year Boeing veteran, has been named deputy president of the joint venture between Boeing and FlightSafety International. The company provides the most comprehensive airline...
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The Mesa, Ariz., helicopter facility of The Boeing Company will be officially certified Oct. 3 as an ISO 9001-compliant manufacturer. ISO 9001 certification is a standard of manufacturing quality...
The Boeing Company today announced Rick Stephens will lead its bid to consolidate NASA's space operations elements under one contractor. As Boeing Consolidated Space Operations Contract (CSOC)...
Skoda, a.s. and The Boeing Company today signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for future business cooperation. Under the agreement, Skoda and Boeing will cooperate and assist each other in...
The successful launch of five IRIDIUM® system satellites aboard a Boeing Delta II rocket completed the 50 percent of a planned global mobile telecommunications network. "Getting the first half of...
Icelandair has ordered four Boeing 757 twinjets, Boeing Commercial Airplane Group confirmed today. The order includes two 757-300s -- a stretched version of the popular 757-200 -- and two...
First 777 for Continental Europe rolls out of the paint hanger in Lauda Air markings
In the upcoming global economy, trade offers the key to our success, according to Boeing chairman and chief executive officer Phil Condit in a speech Thursday at the National Press Club in...
Through the end of Phase 2 flight testing this month, the X-36 tailless research aircraft continues to perform exceptionally well and is proving to be more agile than the most maneuverable fighter...
The F/A-18E/F Super Hornet flew its 1,000th flight Friday, Sept. 12, with F/A-18E/F Integrated Test Team (ITT) pilot Cdr. Rob Niewoehner at the controls. Earlier in the day, ITT pilots flew seven...
In a move that intensifies the company's focus on its critical space markets, The Boeing Company has announced that its Space Systems business unit has been realigned by market area. Space Systems...
The world's most famous green combat helicopter, the U.S. Army's AH-64D Apache Longbow, now sports a bright display of color inside its fully integrated glass cockpits. The Apache Longbow,...
The Boeing Company C-17 program has received a 1997 Pollution Prevention Award from the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The award was presented Sept. 15 in San Francisco by EPA Region...
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Continuing the momentum it has built throughout this year, Boeing Business Jets today announced it has received five additional airplane orders, increasing its total orders to 25. The announcement...
EVA Airways Corp. of Taiwan has ordered two Boeing MD-11 Freighter airplanes for delivery in 1998, Boeing Commercial Airplane Group announced today. The airline now operates three MD-11 passenger...
Production workers at Boeing in St. Louis prepare to install the first part in the forward fuselage and nose of the first production F/A-18E/F Super Hornet. The Super Hornet is the nation's...