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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...
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Tonight's launch of the BONUM-1 satellite aboard a Boeing Delta II rocket was scrubbed during the closing minutes of a 41-minute launch window. The scrub was due to inconsistent data telemetry...