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The Odyssey Launch Platform and the Sea Launch Commander have departed Sea Launch Home Port for the launch of the EchoStar IX/Telstar 13 satellite for EchoStar Communications Corporation and Loral...
Boeing and U.S. Air Force officials are delaying Sunday's launch of the Defense Satellite Communications System (DSCS) spacecraft, DSCS III B6, aboard a Boeing Delta IV rocket from Cape Canaveral...
The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] announced today that His Royal Highness (HRH), The Duke of York, The Prince Andrew will visit the company's Leadership Center in St. Louis on October 23. The visit is...
In a bold initiative, Boeing Launch Services, Arianespace S.A., and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) announced today the signing of an agreement to provide a powerful new commercial service...
Boeing [NYSE: BA] conducted an ethics refresher course today for all 75,000 employees of its Integrated Defense Systems business unit. Work stopped as IDS employees around the world -- from...
Following a competitive bidding process, Boeing Capital Corporation (BCC) recently selected its sister subsidiary Continental DataGraphics (CDG) to digitize critical maintenance records for...
Boeing [NYSE:BA] and RTI-Systems Concern of Moscow, Russia, today announced the conclusion of negotiations targeted on defining possible areas for future scientific and technological cooperation....
The world freighter airplane fleet will increase by twofold during the next 20 years, from 1,752 to 3,501 airplanes, The Boeing Company has revealed in its latest market forecast. According to the...
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) has awarded a contract to a Boeing-led [NYSE: BA] team to study deep space propulsion systems for the Jupiter Icy Moons Orbiter (JIMO) mission, scheduled to...
The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] has donated two patents and related technology for reducing pollution in internal combustion engines to Florida A&M University for further research and commercialization.
Boeing [NYSE: BA] has been awarded a contract by the Air Force Research Laboratory, Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M., for a mobile testbed to enable development of beam control and fire control...
The Boeing [NYSE: BA] 307 Stratoliner, the first pressurized luxury commercial transport, today took off from Boeing Field in Seattle for its permanent home at the Smithsonian National Air & Space...
A Spectrolab, Inc. associate places wafers on platters for epitaxial growth. The wafers are then fabricated into solar cells that will be capable of an unprecedented 36.9 percent efficiency in...
Spectrolab, Inc., a subsidiary of The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA], has achieved an unprecedented conversion efficiency for a terrestrial concentrator solar cell. Using concentrated sunlight, these...
Boeing Chairman and CEO Phil Condit released the following statement today regarding the U.S. Air Force's suspension action in the Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle rocket launch competition: "We...
U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge recognized the contributions of Boeing employees in promoting security in global aviation July 24 during a speech in Seattle. Ridge also remarked on...
Boeing [NYSE: BA] officials announced today the company is realigning its launch and satellite businesses to better serve the company's primary customers, ensure program execution and reduce...
The Boeing Company today confirmed a previously unidentified Southwest Airlines order for 15 additional 737-700 airplanes, increasing the carrier's firm orders to 261 for that model. The order,...
The Boeing (NYSE: BA) Small Diameter Bomb (SDB) continued successful flight-testing this week with a release from an F-15E at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. "This was the most complete test of our...
The U.S. Air Force has a real problem. Its fleet of 500 KC-135E tankers is more than 40 years old, but it does not have the up-front money to begin replacing these aircraft through a traditional...
Museum Director Charles Metcalf with the old and new at his museum, a vintage aircraft suspended from the ceiling above, and the latest addition to the museum, the Boeing X-36. ###
The day is sunny and clear, and almost anywhere in the world it would be a picture-perfect day. But not today at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif. With the clear skies comes a brisk 10-knot wind from...
The Boeing KC-767 tanker stands ready to provide a quantum leap forward for the U.S. Air Force's air refueling capability, replacing the oldest KC-135E tankers, which have been in service for more...
The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] announced today that former Senator Warren B. Rudman will lead an independent review of the company's policies and procedures regarding ethics and the handling of...
Boeing Commercial Airplanes today announced it will reduce employment by an additional 4,000 to 5,000 people by the end of 2003 due to continued weakness in the commercial airline industry. The...