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Cargolux Airlines, based in Luxembourg, announced an order for two 747-400 freighters at a news conference today at the Boeing Delivery Center in Everett, Wash. Airline President and Chief...
Boeing was selected today by NASA for a four-year cooperative agreement to develop the Future-X Pathfinder flight demonstrator vehicle. Plans are for the Future-X Pathfinder to be an unpiloted,...
Graphic rendering of the Boeing Future-X Pathfinder vehicle selected by NASA for development under a 50-50 NASA/Boeing cooperative agreement valued at $150 million. The cutaway depicts the planned...
Boeing installed a 26-foot long sensor wing on the fuselage of its F-22 Flying Test Bed. The wing gives Boeing the capability to test and integrate F-22 avionics in parallel with airframe testing...
The first Boeing 757-300, painted in launch customer Condor Flugdienst's new livery, made its debut in Europe today at a stop in Frankfurt. The visit marks the first of 17 scheduled flights to 11...
Boeing has installed a unique sensor wing, designed to help test F-22 avionics, on its 757 Flying Test Bed. The sensor wing gives Boeing the capability to test and integrate U. S. Air Force F-22...
A U. S. Air Force B-1B Lancer bomber upgraded for greater lethality in conventional warfare made its inaugural operational flight Dec. 3 at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D. Gen. Richard E. Hawley,...
The Boeing Company has honored five suppliers to its Long Beach Division for superior quality and performance, presenting them with the 1998 Commercial Airplanes President's Award for Excellence....
Icelandair, the flag carrier of Iceland, will purchase two 757-200s, The Boeing Company confirmed today. The order is valued at an estimated $131 million. The purchase is in addition to three 757s...
The Boeing Company today announced the retirement of Stanley Ebner, senior vice president for Washington, D.C., Operations, effective Dec. 31, 1998. Ebner, 65, has served in this position since...
Boeing has received a $16 million contract for seven Electronic Control Signal Programmer (ECSP) kits and seven A3 circuit cards that will be installed on U.S Airborne Warning and Control System...
The Boeing Company Joint Strike Fighter Program has reached a significant milestone by completing a Final Design Review of its X-32 concept demonstration aircraft with the U.S. Defense...
The Boeing Company today announced it will reduce production rates for some of its commercial airplane programs based upon updated assessments of the Asian economic crisis and its impact on air...
Boullioun Aviation Services Inc. has ordered three Boeing 737-300s, scheduled for delivery in 1999, The Boeing Company confirmed today. Today's announcement comes four months after the leasing...
Whether they're safely stripping paint from an AH-64A Apache helicopter or creatively fighting noise pollution, the employees of The Boeing Company in Mesa, Ariz., have their sights focused on...
The Boeing Company announced today that it has been awarded a contract to re-engine two 747-200 airplanes for Colorado-based cargo carrier Atlas Air. The modification work will be performed under...
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...