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The P1 (Port One) truss for the International Space Station sits inside the Kennedy Space Center, Fla. Space Station Processing Facility during June 2002. The radiator assembly (covered by white...
Boeing has delivered the sixth C-40A Clipper -- a modified 737-700 "combi" airplane -- to the U.S. Naval Reserve Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 58, based at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Fla....
The Boeing-built P1 (port one)truss joins its twin, the S1 (starboard one) truss aboard the International Space Station, when space shuttle Endeavour delivers it in November 2002. The P1 is the...
Boeing Commercial Airplanes Vice President for Marketing and Business Strategy Kent Fisher will make a presentation to the RBC Dain Rauscher Premier Client Investor conference in Seattle on...
Boeing technicians install a radiator on the P1 truss (Port One) inside the Kennedy Space Center, Fla., Space Station Processing Facility during summer 2002. The radiator will be used with the...
The Boeing Company and Lufthansa today celebrated an effort that has improved reliability of the airline's 747-400 fleet to more than 98 percent. Lufthansa and Boeing assigned key engineers to a...
Boeing [NYSE: BA] and the U.S. Air Force today celebrated the opening of a new F/A-22 maintenance training facility at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., with a ribbon cutting and site dedication ceremony.
The first NATO AWACS aircraft, upgraded by The Boeing Company under the Mid-term Modernization Program, has successfully completed European engineering tests and evaluation.
Boeing Chairman and CEO Phil Condit served today as "Principal for a Day" at George Armstrong School for International Studies, a Chicago Public School. Condit used paper airplanes to teach a...
Forty-six awards were made to suppliers from all parts of the United States as The Boeing Company [NYSE:BA] -- Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), Future Combat Systems (FCS)...
AirTran Airways has signed an agreement with Boeing Capital Corporation to lease 23 additional 717-200 jetliners. All the airplanes are scheduled to be delivered by Boeing in 2003. "The 717's...
Boeing (NYSE: BA) and the U.S. Air Force celebrated the delivery of the 100th T-38C Talon jet trainer modified as part of the T-38 Avionics Upgrade Program. During a ceremony yesterday at the...
Boeing [NYSE:BA] has announced its strategic partners for Phase I of the Unmanned Combat Armed Rotorcraft, or UCAR, program. The team, which will focus on everything from collaborative operations...
Khalifa Airways, based in Algiers, Algeria, has become the newest member to join the Boeing 777 family of operators by signing a 5-year agreement with Boeing Aircraft Trading to lease two 777-200...
Addressing the needs of today's airline passenger, Boeing has delivered the first 737 with larger overhead stowage compartments called BigBinsTM. WestJet employees Dixie Dayka, left, and Hal...
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Boeing Autometric has received a $16.6 million contract from the National Imagery and Mapping Agency (NIMA) to produce topographic data collected during a space shuttle mission. Boeing Autometric...
Boeing, USA and NASA employees stand in front of the Space Flight Awareness (SFA) banner marked with the slogan, "We Have Friends in High Places." This slogan is the theme for SFA's national...
The Boeing Company [NYSE:BA] yesterday completed agreements to acquire all of FlightSafety International's (FSI) interests in FlightSafety Boeing Training International (FSBTI). The new...
The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] Wednesday received the "Good Neighbor"award from The Boy Scouts of America, Greater New York Councils, for reducing noise and emissions at LaGuardia Airport in New York.
This photo of a waving astronaut is the key image in the new NASA Space Flight Awareness safety campaign, "We Have Friends in High Places." The astronaut in the photo is astronaut Carlos Noriega,...
Boeing [NYSE: BA] today unveiled the "Bird of Prey," a technology demonstrator that pioneered breakthrough low-observable technologies and revolutionized aircraft design, development and...
When an airline customer takes delivery of a new airplane from Boeing Commercial Airplanes in Seattle, generally all or a portion of the airplane's cargo space is available on the flight home....
Will Trafton, vice president and deputy general manager for Boeing Expendable Launch Systems, has been elected into the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA), the most prestigious of all...
Craig Saddler has been named president of Boeing Travel Management Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company that handles all Boeing business travel in addition to serving other...