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  • Dec 10, 1998

    The Boeing Company recently received two orders totaling more than $6 million for its FLASHJET® Coatings Removal System. The effective, economical and environmentally safe paint stripping systems...

  • Dec 9, 1998

    The Airborne Laser team - Boeing, TRW and Lockheed Martin -- has received an award fee amounting to 100 percent of the available funds for achievements on the U.S. Air Force program from April 1...

  • Dec 9, 1998

    Trans World Airlines (TWA) chose the Boeing 717-200 to replace its older DC-9 fleet after an extensive analysis of all available airplane models. The airline today announced plans to acquire 50...

  • Dec 8, 1998

    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...

  • Dec 8, 1998

    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,...

  • Dec 8, 1998

    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...

  • Dec 7, 1998

    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...

  • Dec 7, 1998

    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...

  • Dec 7, 1998

    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...

  • Dec 4, 1998

    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,...

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