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The first two Boeing 767 Airborne Warning and Control (AWACS) aircraft successfully completed production acceptance testing, the final series of tests prior to delivery to Japan. In bringing...
Mechanics at the Boeing plant in Wichita, Kan., work to complete the first forward section of the fuselage for the Boeing 757-300. The nose section, which was rolled out of the Wichita factory...
Boeing Wichita today planned to roll out the first forward section of the fuselage for the new Boeing 757-300, the largest and longest single-aisle airplane ever built by Boeing. The section,...
Sporting newly painted colors, the first C-32A executive transport rolls out of a Boeing paint hangar in Renton, Wash. Boeing is building four C-32A aircraft, which are modified Boeing 757-200s,...
Boeing has begun integrating the highly sophisticated avionics that will operate the weapons system for the Lockheed Martin/Boeing/Pratt & Whitney F-22 Raptor. Avionics-integration engineers...
Brek Manufacturing Co. of Gardena, Calif., has been named 1997 Small Business Supplier of the Year by The Boeing Company here. Mary Simmerman, general manager of Supplier and Materials Management,...
This morning's Boeing [NYSE: BA] Delta II launch of the U.S. Air Force ARGOS satellite was scrubbed just prior to main engine ignition. The countdown cutoff occurred seconds prior to the...
A month-long series of wind tunnel tests conducted by Boeing has confirmed the design of components critical to the performance of the Airborne Laser (ABL). The recently concluded tests focused on...
On January 27, senior executives of all Boeing operators received the following letter from Boeing Commercial Airplane Group's Harry Arnold, executive vice president - Airplane Definition and...
Boeing Commercial Airplane Group last night achieved a significant manufacturing milestone when employees rolled the 3,000th Boeing 737 "Classic" out of the manufacturing facility in Renton,...
In its new livery, Aeroflot Russian International Airlines' first 777-200ER took off today from Boeing Field en route to Moscow. The airplane is the first of two Aeroflot 777-200ERs to be leased...
The U.S. Air Force today dedicated a Boeing C-17 Globemaster III to Sgt. John L. Levitow, the only Air Force enlisted person to receive the Medal of Honor for actions during the war in Vietnam....
Southwest Airlines has ordered 59 more Boeing 737-700 jets, Boeing Commercial Airplane Group confirmed today. With this announcement, firm Boeing orders by the Next-Generation 737 launch customer...
The fourth modified Boeing 767 aircraft was delivered to the Japan Defense Agency during a ceremony at Paine Field in Everett, Wash., completing the direct commercial sale phase of the Japan 767...
The Space Shuttle Endeavour (STS-89) mission to Mir is the maiden flight for the latest and most significant reliability upgrades to the Space Shuttle Main Engine (SSME) since the beginning of the...
Brad Cvetovich has been appointed vice president and general manager of the Customer Services organization of the Boeing Commercial Airplane Group, Executive Vice President Nancy Bethel announced...
The smallest member of the Next-Generation 737 airplane family -- the 737-600 -- made its first flight today, with Boeing Capts. Mike Carriker and Ray Craig at the airplane's controls. The...
Air China, the flag carrier of the People's Republic of China, signed a purchase agreement for five Next-Generation 737-800 jetliners at a ceremony today at the China World Hotel in Beijing,...
The Boeing Company, Hexcel Corporation and Aviation Industries of China (AVIC) today announced they are nearing the successful conclusion of negotiations to form a joint venture to manufacture in...
Phil Condit, Boeing chairman and chief executive officer, reported today that the company will take a special fourth quarter charge to earnings of $1.4 billion pretax associated with the former...
Former astronaut Richard Covey has been named deputy program director for Operations for the Boeing team's NASA Consolidated Space Operations Contract (CSOC) Phase 2 program bid, the company...
Before an estimated crowd of 3,000 people, two new F-15Is arrived at Israel's Hatzerim Air Force Base today. The F-15Is were escorted to the base by Israeli F-4 Phantoms. The crowd cheered as each...
An aircraft software team at Boeing in Seal Beach, Calif., has earned the highest rating possible -- a Level 5 score -- from the Software Engineering Institute (SEI). The SEI ratings are...
A T-33 trainer jet is suspended in the Boeing Radar Range in Seattle for radar cross-section testing (RCS). After gathering baseline data on the T-33's radar profile, Boeing will fly the jet as a...