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Don Brown has been named director of Flight Operations for airlift and tanker programs at The Boeing Company in Long Beach, Calif. Boeing builds the C-17 Globemaster III cargo airplane in Long...
A Boeing Delta II will boost an IRIDIUM® payload containing five commercial satellites into low-Earth orbit no earlier than November 8 at 5:34:26 p.m. PST. The launch from Vandenberg Air Force...
The twenty-eighth and final satellite of the U.S. Air Force's NAVSTAR Global Positioning System Block IIA program will be launched here tomorrow, Nov. 4, The Boeing Company said today. "The last...
The third of four Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft built to production standards was delivered Oct. 30 to the V-22 Integrated Test Team at the Patuxent River Naval Air Warfare Test...
Following several months of careful market analysis, the Boeing Commercial Airplane Group today announced decisions regarding the company's product strategy for jetliners produced by its Douglas...
Thai Airways International (THAI) today received the 100th 777 produced by Boeing -- a 777-200 named "Pattani" in honor of its namesake, a southern province in Thailand. An early-morning delivery...
The first production T-45 Goshawk jet trainer for the U.S. Navy, equipped with a new digital cockpit known as Cockpit-21, was presented in ceremonies today at The Boeing Company in St. Louis. The...
Air New Zealand's newest Boeing 767 is setting records before it even goes into service. The airline took delivery of its ninth 767-300ER (extended range) airplane Oct. 28, and within hours was en...
The importance of U.S.-China trade to the nation's economy was highlighted dramatically today when China and the Boeing Commercial Airplane Group signed an agreement for $3 billion of Boeing...
Boeing Commercial Airplane Group announced today that six suppliers have been honored for quality performance in 1997. Winning this year's "President's Award for Excellence" are: Aeroquip...
Tunisair, the flag carrier for Tunisia, announced that it has ordered four Next-Generation Boeing 737-600s and taken options for three additional Next-Generation 737s to augment its expanding...
Boeing Commercial Airplane Group's International Relief Delivery Flight Program celebrates its fifth anniversary this month. The program, which delivers food, medical supplies, clothing, books,...
Boeing Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Phil Condit reported that a quarterly dividend of 14 cents a share was declared by the Board of Directors at its Oct. 27 meeting. The dividend is...
The Standoff Land Attack Missile Expanded Response (SLAM-ER) scored a devastating hit during its second developmental test flight Oct. 16 at the Naval Air Warfare Center, Pt. Mugu, Calif. An...
The Boeing Company announced today a contract with Japan Airlines (JAL) to convert four 747-300 jetliners from domestic-passenger configurations to international-passenger configurations. The work...
Qantas, Australia's largest carrier, has ordered three Boeing 747-400s to augment its expanding fleet, Boeing Commercial Airplane Group confirmed today. The value of the order is approximately...
After completing the review of the cost impact of the production recovery plan announced on Oct. 3, 1997, Phil Condit, Boeing chairman and CEO, reported today that Boeing will report a loss for...
Boeing has delivered the first Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) radar system improvement kit to Daimler-Benz (Dasa) in Manching, Germany. The delivery is the latest step in the...
At a news conference here today, Executive Jet, Inc., of Montvale, N.J., and Boeing Business Jets of Seattle, Wash., announced the formation of a joint venture that will introduce the Boeing...
Participating in the global economy requires commitment, inventiveness, and a desire to succeed, said Raymond Waldmann, vice president, International Business, The Boeing Company, speaking at a...
Boeing factory workers in Renton, Wash., recently joined the forward and aft fuselage sections to the mid-fuselage/wing section for the first C-32A executive transport for the U.S. Air Force. The...
Eastwind Airlines, known on the east coast by its distinctive bee logo, has ordered two Boeing 737-700s, Boeing Commercial Airplane Group confirmed today. The Next-Generation 737s will be...
The Boeing 777-300 took to the skies for the first time at 10:27 a.m. PDT today, embarking on a seven-month flight-test program that is scheduled to end next May with U.S. Federal Aviation...