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Boeing has successfully completed the second in a series of Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) avionics demonstrations for the U.S. government. The demonstrations are an important factor toward reducing...
The Boeing Company today was named the Green Lights® Partner of the Year by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The honor was given in recognition of the company's installation of...
The Super Hornet is shown demonstrating its aerial refuel capability by refueling an S-3 Viking.
The Boeing Company has developed a new analytic tool to help airlines reduce safety risks. PEAT - which stands for "Procedural Event Analysis Tool" - is used to analyze situations in which crew...
A major milestone was reached today for the U.S. Air Force's revolutionary Airborne Laser (ABL) program when its primary optical mirror was delivered to Contraves Brashear Systems, L.P. in Pittsburgh.
The first of six Boeing Next-Generation 737-600 airplanes destined for TunisAir moves to its final assembly position at the Boeing facility in Renton, Wash. The flag carrier of Tunisia is...
Boeing today announced it has moved up the release date of its quarterly financial results by one week. "Consistent with the emphasis on increased velocity, urgency and intensity in everything at...
Scientists studying changes in the global environment will be aided by the latest in a series of NASA Earth-imaging satellites carried into orbit aboard a Boeing [NYSE: BA] Delta II rocket....
The Defense Advanced Projects Research Agency (DARPA) and the U.S. Air Force have selected The Boeing Company to continue into the second phase of the Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle (UCAV) Advanced...
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Boeing mechanics today began driving rivets joining the 767-400ER (extended range) airframe sections forward of the wing. The two airframe segments lined up precisely - the flight deck cab built...
A highly modified Boeing 737 made its first flight from Boeing facilities here on March 26 and began its service as a flying laboratory in support of the Boeing Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) program....
The following statement was issued today by Phil Condit regarding the U.S.- China trade agreement announced today: Statement by Philip M. Condit Chairman and CEO, The Boeing Company Chairman, Task...
The Boeing [NYSE: BA] Inertial Upper Stage (IUS)carrying a Defense Support Program (DSP) satellite for the U.S. Air Force and Department of Defense will be launched aboard a Titan rocket from here...
The Boeing Company today announced its intention to sell Boeing Information Services, a subsidiary that provides information and systems integration services to the federal government. The...
In a major step to move aviation maintenance into the digital age, a top Boeing official today told an industry audience that the company is digitizing all of its principal maintenance manuals so...
Boeing Digital Technical Documents are a series of digital compact disks containing all the information from key maintenance manuals that have traditionally been distributed in paper or microfilm...
Boeing assembly workers in Palmdale, Calif., began final assembly of the Boeing Joint Strike Fighter X-32A concept demonstrator on April 1, 1999 when they attached the forebody to the...
The newest member of the Boeing innovative line of medium caliber automatic cannons -- proposed for the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) aircraft - was a hit in its first public firing demonstration...
Future U.S. Army combat helicopter pilots could enhance their tactical advantages on the battlefield through a unique manned/unmanned vehicle-teaming concept that is being studied by the U.S. Army...
A firefighter helps cool down the brakes after an 85 percent rejected take-off test of new carbon brakes designed for the 767-200 and -300 airplanes by French supplier Messier-Bugatti. Shortly...
The Boeing Company is responding to customer demand by unveiling a new braking option for the 767 airplane. Boeing completed flight testing March 30 on a new main-gear wheel and carbon brake...
Officials have scrubbed the launch of a Boeing [NYSE: BA] Delta III expendable launch vehicle carrying the Orion 3 spacecraft for Hughes Space and Communications. The launch team made three...
Range safety concerns related to wind direction and speed have delayed the launch of a Boeing [NYSE: BA] Delta III expendable launch vehicle carrying the Orion 3 spacecraft for Hughes Space and...
The Boeing Company today announced first quarter 1999 deliveries as follows: Major Programs 1st Quarter 737 Classic 14 737 Next-Generation 61 747 14 757 17 767 11 777 23 MD-80 2 (2) MD-90 5 MD-11...