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Officials have scrubbed this morning's launch of a Boeing Delta II expendable launch vehicle carrying the ARGOS spacecraft for the U.S. Air Force due to adverse weather conditions and range safety...
The Boeing Company is using electronic commerce to deliver a rapidly growing share of the technical information needed to maintain the world's largest fleet of jetliners. By the end of 1998,...
Boeing today announced that it will consolidate its Weapons Programs organization at a single site. As a result, the work now done at its Duluth, Ga., facility will be transferred to other...
The Boeing [NYSE: BA] Delta II launch of the ARGOS spacecraft for the U.S. Air Force has been rescheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 20, at 2:37:51 a.m. PST. The launch window spans approximately nine...
The V-22 Osprey entered another phase of its flight test program Jan. 15 when one of the MV-22 engineering and manufacturing development (EMD) aircraft flew aboard the USS Saipan, beginning sea...
McDonnell Douglas Helicopter Co., an indirect subsidiary of The Boeing Company, and MD Helicopters Holding, Inc., an indirect subsidiary of RDM Holding, Inc., have signed an agreement on an asset...
During a signing ceremony in Panama City, COPA Airlines, the airline of Panama, today announced an order for eight Boeing Next-Generation737-700s, becoming the first airline in the region to order...
The Super Hornet reached another milestone as an F/A-18E soared through the sky here and logged the flight-test program's 4,000th flight hour. Boeing test pilot Phil Pirozzi was at the controls of...
Officials have opted to further delay the launch of a Boeing [NYSE: BA] Delta II expendable launch vehicle carrying the ARGOS spacecraft for the U.S. Air Force. Officials scrubbed the launch...
Range safety concerns and wind constraints have delayed the launch of a Boeing [NYSE: BA] Delta II expendable launch vehicle carrying the ARGOS spacecraft for the U.S. Air Force. The rocket was...
U.S. Air Force and Boeing [NYSE:BA] officials have postponed Sunday's launch attempt of the ARGOS spacecraft. Continued wind and weather constraints have delayed the launch, scheduled to fly...
Officials scrubbed the launch of a Boeing [NYSE: BA] Delta II expendable launch vehicle carrying the ARGOS spacecraft for the U.S. Air Force due to upper level wind constraints. The launch has...
The Boeing CH-47 Chinook is getting a new lease on life, and Boeing Philadelphia is marking the event today with CH-47F/ Improved Cargo Helicopter (ICH) Day. Boeing, which has manufactured...
Boeing has achieved a significant milestone with the completion of a Systems Integration Laboratory and the successful loading of the first operational software for the United Kingdom's Nimrod MRA...
Boeing [NYSE: BA] and Space Systems/Loral, a wholly owned subsidiary of Loral Space & Communications, finalized agreements to launch 28 Globalstar satellites on a total of seven Delta II rockets,...
The second Tier III Minus DarkStar high-altitude unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) has completed its first high-altitude flight reaching an altitude of 25,000 feet. Previous flight objectives were...
AH-64A Apache pilots and maintainers from the Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) are ready to transition to the AH-64D Apache, the world's most advanced multi-mission combat helicopter. The...
Lauda Air, based in Vienna, Austria, continued its fleet expansion into the new year with the order of six Next-Generation 737s and one 767-300ER(extended range), The Boeing Company confirmed...
The Boeing Company continued to increase its presence in the worldwide fleet in 1998, delivering more than two of every three commercial airliners of 100 seats or more. Boeing delivered 563...
A Boeing-built satellite that will serve as an on-orbit platform for leading-edge technology is set for a January launch aboard a Boeing Delta II rocket at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. The...
The dreaded Y2K programming bug is no match for Apache helicopters, initial testing by the U.S. Army indicates. The clock is ticking and more tests will follow, but Apache helicopters moved a...
Boeing today delivered two more 767 Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) aircraft to the government of Japan. Two other 767 AWACS were delivered in March 1998. Japan ordered the four...
The Boeing Company today announced fourth quarter and full-year 1998 deliveries as follows: Major Programs 4th Quarter Full Year 737 Classic 24 (6) 116 (6) 737 Next-Generation 74 165 747 21 (3) 53 (3)
The Boeing Company was selected as the winner of the U.S. Air Force KC-10 Aircrew Training System contract. The 10-year contract has a total initial value of about $80 million. Under the contract,...