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The U.S. Navy has ordered three 737-700s for its Navy Unique Fleet Essential Airlift Replacement Aircraft (NUFEA-RA) program, designated the C-40. The contract, valued at $163 million, calls for...
The U.S. Navy has ordered a third Boeing 737-700C for its Navy Unique Fleet Essential Airlift Replacement Aircraft (NUFEA-RA) program. The Navy ordered two 737-700Cs last September with an option...
Michael I. Mott, a senior aerospace executive with more than 27 years experience in industry and government, will join Boeing Space Transportation as its Vice President of Business Development...
Boeing Technical Research Center (BTRC), part of Boeing Commercial Airplane Group (BCAG), celebrated its fifth anniversary today by announcing the opening of a new Engineering Design Center. The...
A Boeing [NYSE: BA] Delta II successfully launched the Thor III satellite for Telenor Satellite Services of Norway, lifting it into geosynchronous transfer orbit from Space Launch Complex 17 here...
Due to regulatory concerns, The Boeing Company and Bell Helicopter Textron have jointly agreed to suspend efforts to sell Boeing's MD 500 and MD 600 helicopter lines to Bell Helicopter. In...
The Space Shuttle Atlantis awoke from its six-month hibernation last week as technicians at the Boeing Orbiter Major Modification Facility in Palmdale, Calif., began testing the nearly $68 million...
The Boeing Company and Korean Air announced today at a joint press conference in Washington, D.C. an order package by Korean Air for 27 Next-Generation 737s worth approximately $2 billion. The...
Boeing Commercial Airplane Group (BCAG) today announced production rates on its airplane models for 1999. These rates will result in production of 51 airplanes per month by the first quarter of...
Three fuselage sections were joined to form the second production Bell-Boeing V-22 Osprey May 28 at the Boeing facility in suburban Philadelphia. The fuselage will be shipped to Bell Helicopter in...
Boeing Business Jets announced today that it has been testing the use of winglets on a Boeing 737-800 for possible application on the new Boeing Business Jet (BBJ). The winglets are being tested...
One year ago, leaders in the American business community dedicated themselves to moving people from a welfare check to a paycheck by joining President Clinton's Welfare to Work Partnership. Since...
Boeing Commercial Airplane Group today reiterated its commitment to ensuring the safety, health and well-being of its employees, its communities and the environment in response to the Washington...
After months of assessing future sales prospects for the MD-11 jetliner, Boeing Commercial Airplane Group (BCAG) has determined that there is not sufficient market demand to warrant continued...
The next generation high-speed, vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) unmanned air vehicles (UAVs) is about to lift off, thanks to a $24 million agreement signed recently between the Defense...
Boeing today installed its first production phased-array antenna on the E-3 707 Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) test system-3 aircraft, in preparation for its participation in the U.S....
An innovative Department of Defense acquisition pilot project known as OSCAR (Open Systems Core Avionics Requirement) flew for the first time May 29, aboard a U.S. Marine Corps AV-8B Harrier II...
The Boeing Company today announced the formation of a wholly-owned subsidiary dedicated to providing cost-efficient space operations mission and data services to government and commercial space...
The new Boeing 757-300 will strongly enhance Icelandair's competitiveness over the north Atlantic and the U.S. and Europe, according to Hordur Sigurgestsson, chairman of the board of Icelandair....
The Boeing Company has received a $33 million contract to upgrade the mission computers and software of Saudi Arabia's fleet of five Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) aircraft and two...
Boeing has established a Special Operations Forces (SOF) Aerospace Support Center in Fort Walton Beach, Fla., combining its resources for SOF support into a single location. The SOF Aerospace...
Thousands of Boeing employees gathered under a cloudless sky May 31 to celebrate the rollout of the 757-300. The jetliner is 20 percent longer than the 757-200 and has the lowest seat-mile...
Jumpsuit-clad employees from Boeing, its suppliers and customers pull together to haul the first 757-300 into place at the ceremonial rollout in Renton, Wash., for the company's newest jetliner.
The Boeing Company introduced its newest airplane, the 757-300, at a rollout celebration at the company's Renton manufacturing facility today. The highlight of the event was an announcement by...