Trump Reaches Deal With Boeing On New Presidential PlanesPresident Trump has reached an informal deal with Boeing to provide the next generation of presidential aircraft, the White House said Tuesday.
Boeing Dreamliner Drew Giant Outline Of Itself In The AirA Boeing Dreamliner drew an amazing outline of itself on a trip across parts of the United States.
Boeing Halts Test Flights Of New Plane Over Engine IssueBoeing says it still plans to begin deliveries of the plane later this month, and production will continue.
AA Launches New International Nonstop Flights From DFWNew service also provides one-stop connections for customers traveling between Europe, South America, Mexico, and the Caribbean.
Trump Wants To Cancel Costly New Air Force OneSix weeks from taking office, Donald Trump said that he wants the government to cut costs by canceling its order for a new Air Force One. The government contracted with Boeing to build the plane, which would go into service in 2024.
Boeing To Cut Some Texas Jobs, Move Others, In Efficiency EffortBoeing Co. plans to move about 2,500 positions to other sites, cut 500 jobs and close two facilities by the end of 2020 in an effort to make its Defense, Space & Security business more efficient, the company said Tuesday.
Boeing Designs Self-Sterilizing Airplane BathroomsBoeing engineers think that they have a solution for smelly, grimy airplane bathrooms. The aircraft manufacturer has filed a patent for a self-cleaning lavatory that disinfects all surfaces in just three seconds.
Boeing Reports 4Q Profit Of $1.47 Billion On Airplane Sales Demand for commercial airliners boosted Boeing Co.'s fourth-quarter profit by 19 percent, topping Wall Street expectations by a wide margin and offsetting weakness in the defense business.
Dallas-Bound Passenger Heard "Popping" Before Emergency Landing A Dallas-bound American Airlines flight that departed from San Francisco turned around and made an emergency landing Monday, after some of the cabin's wall panels cracked loose.
Airlines Go On Record Jet Shopping SpreeAirlines are on the largest jet-buying spree in the history of aviation, ordering more than 8,200 new planes with manufacturers Airbus and Boeing in the past five years.
FAA Seeks Fine Against Southwest AirlinesFederal officials are seeking a $325,000 penalty against Southwest Airlines over a faulty repair job on an AirTran Airways jet in 2011. Southwest Airlines has 30 days to respond.
New Seats Squeeze In More FliersThe big U.S. airlines are taking out old, bulky seats in favor of so-called slimline models that take up less space from front to back, allowing for five or six more seats on each plane.