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The Boeing Company has delivered the first Block 1A Conventional Air-Launched Cruise Missile, or CALCM, to the U.S. Air Force. Six of the new missiles were recently shipped to Fairchild Air Force...
A new era in space-based science will begin when the Space Shuttle Atlantis delivers the U.S. research laboratory module "Destiny" to the International Space Station (ISS)during the STS-98 mission...
Boeing lead short-takeoff-and-vertical-landing (STOVL) test pilot Dennis O'Donoghue climbs into the cockpit of the company's X-32B Joint Strike Fighter concept demonstrator prior to the start of...
Boeing (NYSE:BA - news) will launch a U.S. Air Force defense satellite aboard a Delta IV rocket in 2003, company officials announced Wednesday. A Delta IV Medium vehicle will place a Defense...
Impulse Airlines latest Boeing 717-200, emblazoned with a sulphur-crested cockatoo - the carrier's new corporate imagery - recently spread its wings and flew home to Australia. The aircraft is...
The Preston Group, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company, has sold five Total Airspace & Airport Modeller (TAAM) licenses to EUROCONTROL. TAAM is a fast-time gate-to-gate simulation tool...
Sea Launch has delayed the launch of the XM-1 digital audio radio satellite. Yesterday's launch countdown was halted when a minor out-of-specification condition was detected on the satellite. The...
Sea Launch has rescheduled the launch of the XM-1 digital audio radio satellite for Wednesday, February 28, 2001. In staying with conservative mission parameters, yesterday's launch countdown was...
The Civil Aviation Administration of Finland has exercised its purchase option with The Preston Group, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company, for a perpetual license to Total Airspace &...
Boeing this weekend moved its Joint Strike Fighter X-32B concept demonstrator closer to first flight with completion of a key phase of installed engine runs. As part of the build-up to...
The Boeing Company today welcomed Polynesian Airlines, the national carrier of Samoa, as the newest airline to join the Next-Generation 737 Spares Exchange Program. The program, launched in...
The structural fabrication operations formerly owned by Boeing in St. Louis today opened for business as GKN Aerospace Services -- St. Louis. This follows GKN's announcement on Oct. 19 that it...
The Boeing Company today announced the promotion of Sherry Nebel, 46, to vice president, Communications, for the company's recently announced new business unit, Connexion by BoeingSM. The...
The T-45 Training Systems (T45TS) team is the recipient of a recent Department of Defense Commercial Operations and Support Savings Initiative, or COSSI, award. The team - consisting of the U.S....
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has accepted two of The Boeing Company's maintenance software products as equivalent to paper or microfilmed documentation, a move that will help airlines...
SEATTLE, Jan. 4, 2001 - Boeing today confirmed a previously announced intent-to-order from Continental Airlines for 15 Boeing 757-300 single-aisle airplanes. With this order, Continental joins a...
The U.S. Navy has ordered a sixth Boeing 737-700C (Convertible) model for its Navy Unique Fleet Essential Airlift Replacement Aircraft program. The U.S. Naval Reserve is the first customer for the...
The Boeing Company has selected the Smiths Industries PowerPC-based Central Processing Unit as a cornerstone element for the company's military aircraft avionics modernization initiatives,...
Boeing Commercial Airplanes today announced 489 commercial airplane deliveries in 2000, almost matching the 490-airplane delivery estimate made earlier in the year. Commercial Airplanes President...
The Boeing Company today announced fourth quarter and full year 2000 deliveries across its commercial, military and space operations. The company reported delivering 130 commercial jet transports...
The Odyssey Launch Platform and the Sea Launch Commander are on their way to the Equator, in preparation for launch of the XM-1 satellite. The 37.5-minute launch window will open at 2:35 p.m....
When Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) flew its newest Boeing Next-Generation 737-800 home to Sweden in December, the Stockholm-based carrier set a new company record. The 737-800 was the 41st...
For the Boeing Joint Strike Fighter team, 2000 was a year of unprecedented accomplishments culminating in a record-setting supersonic flight. Frank Statkus, Boeing vice president and JSF program...
Today, the Sea Launch vessels arrived at the launch site on the Equator, at 154 degrees West Longitude. The Sea Launch team immediately began preparations for launch, ballasting the Launch...