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  • Oct 31, 1997

    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...

  • Oct 31, 1997

    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...

  • Oct 30, 1997

    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...

  • Oct 29, 1997

    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...

  • Oct 28, 1997

    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...

  • Oct 28, 1997

    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,...

  • Oct 27, 1997

    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...

  • Oct 27, 1997

    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...

  • Oct 27, 1997

    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...

  • Oct 23, 1997

    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...

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