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Boeing Is Optimistic, Clear Blue Skies Lie Ahead for 787 Dreamliner Sales
Boeing Is Optimistic, Clear Blue Skies Lie Ahead for 787 Dreamliner Sales

18 Jul 2022, 07:11 UTC / Since the very first delivery of the Boeing Commercial Airplane's 787 Dreamliner back in 2011, the company has dealt with a variety of problems with the jet

 
Aerospace Giant Boeing Adjusts 20-year Outlook For Commercial Airplanes
Aerospace Giant Boeing Adjusts 20-year Outlook For Commercial Airplanes

17 Jul 2022, 15:18 UTC / Ahead of the 2022 Farnborough International Airshow, Boeing has trimmed their forecast for new commercial airplanes by 6%

 
Boeing; From Furniture and Wooden Boats to Global Aerospace Giant
Boeing; From Furniture and Wooden Boats to Global Aerospace Giant

14 Jul 2022, 05:25 UTC / The Boeing Aerospace Company began in 1916, just 13 years after the Wright Brothers flew at Kitty Hawk to become a giant in commercial aviation and defense

 
Boeing Plays Big at the Farnborough International Airshow With a Whole Fleet of Aircraft
Boeing Plays Big at the Farnborough International Airshow With a Whole Fleet of Aircraft

11 Jul 2022, 11:50 UTC / At the Farnborough International Airshow this month, Boeing will demonstrate its newest 737 MAX and 777X models, as well as othera utonomous aircraft

 
Mutant Saturn Rocket Would Have Lifted One Million Pounds. That’s 347 Tesla Roadsters
Mutant Saturn Rocket Would Have Lifted One Million Pounds. That’s 347 Tesla Roadsters

1 Jul 2022, 09:48 UTC / Back in the late 1960s, Boeing envisioned a version of the Saturn rocket capable of lifting no less than one million pounds

 
Boeing Can Join Together Front and Rear of the T-7A Red Hawk in Under 30 Minutes
Boeing Can Join Together Front and Rear of the T-7A Red Hawk in Under 30 Minutes

17 Jun 2022, 09:15 UTC / Boeing says the design and modeling methods used to make the T-7A Red Hawk allow it to join forward and aft sections in just 30 minutes

 
World-Famous Boeing 757 Test Aircraft Is Turning 40 Today
World-Famous Boeing 757 Test Aircraft Is Turning 40 Today

14 Jun 2022, 00:08 UTC / Honeywell's iconic Boeing 757 test aircraft is getting older. The aircraft has been in service for four decades, but the company has no plans to retire it

 
Wisk Aero's Electric Air Taxi is planning to Conquer the Skies of Australia
Wisk Aero's Electric Air Taxi is planning to Conquer the Skies of Australia

13 Jun 2022, 07:19 UTC / Wisk Aero wants to bring its autonomous electric air taxi to Australia and signed a partnership with Queensland's local government to make that happen

 
Meet Cosmic Muffin, the Iconic Howard Hughes Boeing 307 Stratoliner Turned Planeboat
Meet Cosmic Muffin, the Iconic Howard Hughes Boeing 307 Stratoliner Turned Planeboat

3 Jun 2022, 04:56 UTC / Now renamed Which Craft? Planeboat, Dave Drimmer’s iconic watercraft no longer touches water, but is kept in storage at the Florida Air Museum

 
China Closes Airspace to Russian-Owned Aircraft, but Only to Stolen Planes
China Closes Airspace to Russian-Owned Aircraft, but Only to Stolen Planes

1 Jun 2022, 03:55 UTC / As of last month, China is asking all airlines to update their electronic dossier with more complete information, which re-registered airplanes don’t have

 
That Time Ford Built a Boeing Turbine-Powered Thunderbird
That Time Ford Built a Boeing Turbine-Powered Thunderbird

28 May 2022, 15:00 UTC / Finished and tested in 1956, it was essentially a 1955 Ford Thunderbird with a Boeing 8C swap. Needless to say, it did not go into production

 
Roman Abramovich’s New Private Boeing 787 Dreamliner Is Officially Grounded
Roman Abramovich’s New Private Boeing 787 Dreamliner Is Officially Grounded

27 May 2022, 10:52 UTC / Earlier this month, the U.S. included the New Bandit on the list of airlines denied export privileges, which means it’s “effectively grounded”

 
Boeing's Starliner Ready to Fly NASA Astronauts, Capsule Safely Lands in New Mexico
Boeing's Starliner Ready to Fly NASA Astronauts, Capsule Safely Lands in New Mexico

26 May 2022, 07:25 UTC / The Starliner's touchdown was successful, and the capsule landed about three-tenths of a mile southeast of the designated landing site

 
See the Boeing Starliner Perfectly Launch for the Heavens in Less Than a Minute
See the Boeing Starliner Perfectly Launch for the Heavens in Less Than a Minute

20 May 2022, 08:01 UTC / The Boeing Starliner departed for the International Space Station on Thursday, gunning for a docking operation later today

 
Boeing Starliner Left the Launch Pad the Wrong Way 10 Months Ago. Here It Is Going Back
Boeing Starliner Left the Launch Pad the Wrong Way 10 Months Ago. Here It Is Going Back

19 May 2022, 07:26 UTC / Boeing and the United Launch Alliance moved the Atlas V rocket and Starliner spaceship to the launch pad, mission start later today

 
U.S. Army May Soon Use Ramjet-Powered Artillery Projectiles, Boeing Has Its Hands in One
U.S. Army May Soon Use Ramjet-Powered Artillery Projectiles, Boeing Has Its Hands in One

13 May 2022, 12:06 UTC / American company Boeing and Norwegian/Finnish company Nammo working on new way to power artillery rounds, by means of a ramjet engine

 
Virgin Orbit to Expand Fleet of Satellite-Launching Aircraft, Cosmic Girl Gets a Sibling
Virgin Orbit to Expand Fleet of Satellite-Launching Aircraft, Cosmic Girl Gets a Sibling

11 May 2022, 12:04 UTC / Virgin Orbit will give the Cosmic Girl satellite-launching aircraft a sibling in 2023, effectively doubling the company's launch capacity

 
Billionaire Attorney Owns One of the World’s Largest Private Jets, a Gorgeous Boeing 767
Billionaire Attorney Owns One of the World’s Largest Private Jets, a Gorgeous Boeing 767

11 May 2022, 10:48 UTC / John H. Ruiz’s private jet has completed a 6-month remodel, and it looks like a flying mansion with 2 staterooms, 4 bathrooms, and private cinema

 
Boeing's Starliner Gets Stacked on the Atlas V Rocket Ahead of May 19 Launch
Boeing's Starliner Gets Stacked on the Atlas V Rocket Ahead of May 19 Launch

5 May 2022, 20:05 UTC / Beoing's Starliner spacecraft was lifted atop a United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket in preparation for its May 19 launch

 
NASA Boeing 747SP Airborne Telescope to Stop Flying This Year
NASA Boeing 747SP Airborne Telescope to Stop Flying This Year

29 Apr 2022, 08:57 UTC / NASA and its partners in the SOFIA project decided to retire the airborne telescope in the fall of this year, basically because it's no longer useful