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Euralair International Airlines will add two Next-Generation 737-800s to its fleet, Boeing confirmed today. The French-based airline will operate the new airplanes under a lease agreement with...
Demonstrating a bold vision for the future, VARIG - the largest airline in Latin America - recently took delivery of its first Boeing Next-Generation 737-700. On lease from GE Capital Aviation...
Boeing has delivered the first F-22 integrated avionics software package to its 757 Flying Test Bed, two weeks ahead of schedule. The delivery is one of the final U.S. Department of Defense...
A NASA and Boeing test team at NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center has successfully completed the fourth of the first four tests on the powerpack for the XRS-2200 linear aerospike engine for the...
The Boeing Airborne Surveillance Testbed (AST) aircraft, has completed a major milestone by successfully tracking two U.S. Navy missiles with the Navy's new Captive Carry SM-3 seeker built by...
Continental Airlines, the fifth-largest airline in the United States, has placed an order for 10 extended-range Boeing 767-200 ERs to complete its twin-aisle fleet, The Boeing Company confirmed today.
Britannia Airways, the world's largest charter carrier, has placed an order for five Next-Generation 737-800s and options for another five, The Boeing Company confirmed today. Two orders and two...
The third and fourth Boeing 767 Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) aircraft have successfully completed flight and mission system testing. The Production Acceptance Test program evaluated...
The world of business travel acquired a new dimension this week with the delivery of the first Boeing Business Jets. Both deliveries took place this week, one to GE and one to an undisclosed customer.
Tonight's launch of the BONUM-1 satellite aboard a Boeing Delta II rocket was scrubbed during the closing minutes of a 41-minute launch window. The scrub was due to inconsistent data telemetry...
Boeing [NYSE: BA] successfully launched a Hughes-built Russian television satellite from here today at 6:54 p.m. EST. The three-stage Boeing Delta II rocket placed the Hughes HS 376 HP satellite...
More than 150 children from the Everett and Issaquah School Districts and the Seattle Japanese Language School led The Boeing Company's delivery celebration of Japan Airline's (JAL) 100th747. The...
Air Aruba and Aserca Airlines of Venezuela each took delivery of a Boeing MD-90 today, representing the latest of many deliveries of Boeing jetliners this year to carriers in Latin America. On...
With eight months of collective training under their belts, and a unique perspective on how to fight on the digital battlefield of the future, members of the first U.S. Army AH-64D Apache Longbow...
Today's launch of a Boeing Delta II was scrubbed due to concerns with the steering system of the main engine. During final booster checks movement of the main engine nozzle appeared restricted....
The U.S. Army has awarded a $13.4 million contract to The Boeing Company for M299 Longbow launchers. The contract calls for refurbishment and modification to 253 Army launchers and a new build of...
Boeing executive Tom Schick today stressed the importance and mutual benefits of the relationship between The Boeing Company and Israel in a scheduled news briefing. Schick, executive vice...
The Boeing Company is highlighting its newest twinjet, the 717-200, during Airshow China '98. Promotion of the airplane is part of a show exhibit featuring the Commercial Airplanes product line....
The Boeing Company Airlift and Tanker Programs component has been named a 1998 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award winner for manufacturing by the Department of Commerce. President Bill...
The Boeing Harpoon Block II missile, an upgraded version of the highly successful Harpoon Block IG missile, has been approved for engineering, manufacturing and development. The U.S. Navy has...
The U.S. Army has ordered 25 Boeing CH-47D Chinook heavy-lift helicopters here to assist in Hurricane Mitch disaster relief efforts in Central America. "Chinooks are ideally suited for this...
The Boeing Company today announced that Deborah C. Hopkins has been named chief financial officer, reporting to the Office of the Chairman. Hopkins joins Boeing after serving as vice president of...
Lorenzo Morata, director of the Tankers and Commercial Derivatives Program Office in the Military Transport Aircraft Division of The Boeing Company, was inducted into the Hall of Fame at the...
The U.S. Air Force Airborne Laser system, which will put a laser weapon on board a 747 aircraft, today was named in Popular Science magazine's annual "Best of What's New" awards program. The ABL...