The inaugural commercial flight of a new Boeing 787 Dreamliner from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport finally took flight for Tokyo on Tuesday more than 24 hours behind schedule.
Boeing’s union of engineers and technical workers overwhelmingly rejected the aerospace giant’s first contract offer in ballots tallied Monday night.
A celebration that began so well Monday morning at Sea-Tac Airport with the early arrival of All Nippon Airways first 787 Dreamliner flight to the U.S. had what you could call an extended ending.
A celebration that began so well Monday morning at Sea-Tac Airport with the early arrival of All Nippon Airways first 787 Dreamliner flight to the U.S. threatens to come to an embarrassing end.
Boeings second largest union acted prematurely in submitting the companys initial comprehensive new contract proposal to its members, Boeing said this week as its engineers and technical workers begin considering the new offer.
The union that represents some 23,000 Boeing engineers and technical workers in the Puget Sound area, Oregon and Utah has recommended its members reject Boeing's proposal for a new contract.
The failure of two GEnx engines this summer and the discovery of a crack in the midshaft of another engine has prompted the National Transportation Safety Board to recommend to ground Boeing jetliners equipped with those engines until they can be inspected.
In a unanimous vote, members of the union representing Boeings pilots have approved a resolution of no confidence in their managers at Boeings Training and Flight Services division.
Boeing today delivered its first 747-8 jumbo jet equipped with eight beds installed in the normally unused space above the rear passenger compartment.
WICHITA, Kan. — A federal appeals court ruled Monday that former employees of The Boeing Co. failed to demonstrate a pattern of age discrimination in the wake of the 2005 sale of its commercial aircraft business in Kansas and Oklahoma.
The growth of airline transportation in Asia and the Pacific will create a demand for hundreds of thousands of new airline pilots and maintenance personnel over the next two decades, a Boeing forecast says.
Australian airline Qantas today cancelled a big order for 35 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners worth $8.5 billion at list prices.
A union representing Boeing engineers and technical workers has filed unfair labor practice charges with the National Labor Relations Board accusing Boeing of stifling union discussion at Boeing plants.
Ethiopian Airlines will become the first African and third worldwide airline to put Boeings new composite-bodied 787 Dreamliner into service.
You may have missed your chance if you havent already ordered your own personal 747-8 at a bargain price.
Chinas Xiamen Airlines has agreed to purchase 40 Boeing Next-Generation 737-800s, Boeing and the airline announced this week.
Israeli airline El Al has added two Boeing 737-900ER aircraft to its existing order of four of the Renton-built planes, Boeing announced today.
A running change in Boeing’s current generation of 737 airliners is saving airlines up to 2 percent more fuel, Boeing said a year after the upgraded airliners began rolling out of the company’s Renton assembly plant.
Boeing and General Electric pulled an engine off a new 787 Dreamliner jet for testing as U.S. officials decided to open an investigation into why the unit spewed debris over the weekend.
Mexico’s largest airline, Aeromexico, announced on Wednesday it has ordered 100 Boeing jetliners worth $11 billion at list prices.
Boeing Co. saw its revenues jump by 21 percent in the second quarter on the strength of higher aircraft deliveries, but its profits rose only by three percent, the company reported this morning.
Japans All Nippon Airways is grounding three of its new Boeing 787 Dreamliners because of potential problems with their engines.
In an order anticipated for months, the worlds largest airline, United, placed an order today for 150 Boeing 737s.
An Irish aircraft leasing company was the latest firm to jump on Boeing’s briskly moving 737 Max bandwagon Wednesday, with commitments for as many as 20 of the latest generation of the popular airliner.
True to analysts’ prophecies, Boeing continued to rack up commitments for its popular 737 jet at the Farnborough Air Show in England on Tuesday.
True to analysts prophecies, Boeing continued to rack up commitments for its popular 737 jet at the Farnborough Air Show in England today.
The annual airliner sales race left the starting gate Monday at England’s Farnborough Air Show. The Boeing Co. jumped into the lead with a $7.2 billion order by Los Angeles-based Air Lease for 60 737 Max 8 and 15 737 Max 9 aircraft. The leasing company also acquired rights to order 25 more of the aircraft.
The annual airliner sales race is out of the starting gate today at Englands Farnborough Air Show.
As political theater goes, this was a decent example: A global aerospace company announcing a major business venture in the backyard of a rival.
Boeing is raising its 20-year prediction for worldwide airplane sales to 34,000 jets, enough to double the size of the world’s fleet, as more people travel in China, India, and other emerging markets.
TOULOUSE, France – Airbus SAS plans to open a commercial-jet assembly line in Alabama, its first in the United States, to meet demand as North American airlines renew their fleets.
Boeing announced Tuesday that Commercial Airplanes CEO Jim Albaugh, 62, will retire Oct. 1.
The News Tribune publishes hires and promotions at the professional and management levels.
The News Tribune publishes new business announcements.
- Woman pleads not guilty to assaulting baby, makes bizarre statements
- Man dies of injuries after longboard crash at Chambers Bay
- Wilson faces more pressure than other young QBs?
- New Puyallup River bridge at SR 167 expected in next few years; funding an issue with Milroy span
- Report: Tacoma businessman busted in Internet sex sting