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Boeing Commercial Airplanes has named Louis Mancini to the position of vice president -- Maintenance Operations Services, a unit of the company's newly restructured Commercial Aviation Services...
A Boeing-led industry team has received $336.4 million in U.S. Air Force funding options to build the first two Wideband Gapfiller Satellite (WGS) spacecraft and to procure long-lead equipment for...
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A Boeing-built Tracking and Data Relay Satellite (TDRS), scheduled for launch on March 8 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla., will add to the TDRS fleet's capability to provide clear...
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The Boeing Company and Plexus Corporation of St. Paul, Minn., have signed a joint development and license agreement to create a Web-based system that will streamline employee training in quality...
Brad Cvetovich, the executive who heads the Boeing organization supporting the world's largest fleet of jetliners, has announced his retirement effective July 1. His retirement culminates a...
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The Boeing Company today released a set of high-level system performance requirements for a future air transportation system. A group of aviation professionals including participants from Boeing,...
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Boeing today announced at Asian Aerospace 2002 a new focus on the replacement market for aging government transport and head-of-state airplanes. A recent study indicates that half of the world...
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The 747-400X Quiet Longer Range jetliner is being offered to the world's airlines for delivery projected for early 2004. The new airplane will highlight significantly reduced noise on takeoff and...
The Boeing 777 has received the 2002 Airline Technology Achievement award from Air Transport World magazine. "Boeing was selected to receive ATW's Airline Technology Achievement award for the...
The Boeing Sonic Cruiser continues to gain enthusiastic support from potential customers and suppliers around the world. A new image of the airplane, which is being showcased by Boeing at this...
William Lawler, vice president and general manager of Strategic Operations and Planning for Boeing Military Aircraft and Missile Systems, has been inducted into the State of Alabama Engineering...
Boeing announced today at Asian Aerospace 2002 the offering to customers of the new Boeing 747-400X Quiet Longer Range airplane family. The latest addition to the 747-400 family of airplanes was...
Boeing Space and Communications President and Chief Executive Officer Jim Albaugh will make a presentation to the Salomon Smith Barney "15th Annual Global Industrial Manufacturing Conference" in...
The Boeing Company today announced that Eugene Woloshyn, 44, has been named vice president of Labor Relations. He will be based at the company's world headquarters in Chicago. Woloshyn will be...
Two engineering organizations at Boeing Military Aircraft and Missile Systems have earned the highest rating possible from the Software Engineering Institute, or SEI, of Carnegie Mellon...
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The Boeing Company, the leading aerospace company in the world, will field a significant presence -- with people and products and services -- at the Asian Aerospace 2002 show in Singapore. This...