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Boeing Astronaut Reveals Mission Patches For Starliner Flight Tests

The first astronauts assigned to launch on Boeing's new Starliner spacecraft now have a mission patch to represent their flight.
Related topics: Astronaut, Spacecrafts

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Uber’s $5 Billion Loss, Boeing’s 787 Trouble, And More Car News

Plus: A crippled plane lands in a cornfield, beam-bedeviled bus terminal reopens, and a clever license plate goes awry.

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Another Airline Has Taken The Boeing 737 Max Off Its Schedule Until 2020

Icelandair is the latest airline to take the troubled 737 Max aircraft off its schedule until 2020, even as Boeing works toward a return of the aircraft this year. “Icelandair has updated its flight schedule until the end of December 2019 as...

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Wide-body Jet Orders Jump At Airbus And Boeing In July

The safety crisis surrounding the 737 MAX this year has put a damper on order activity for the latest version of Boeing's (NYSE: BA) workhorse single-aisle jet. More surprisingly, Airbus (OTC: EADSY) has also reported fairly weak order activity for...

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Southwest Airlines Will Resume Hawaii Expansion In 2020

For the past five months, Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV) has had to keep its Hawaii growth plans on ice, because of the grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX. The 737 MAX was supposed to account for nearly 10% of Southwest's fleet by the end of 2019....

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How To Beat Russia's Su-57 Or China's J-20 Stealth Fighter: F/a-18 Super Hornets?

Dario Leone Security, We'll see. Noteworthy Boeing is currently developing the upgraded Block III Super Hornet and the ability to engage stealthy airborne targets is one of the selling points of the new aircraft and should keep the Super Hornet...
Related topics: Russia, China

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Ireland's Shannon Airport Says Flights Disrupted After Boeing 767 Incident

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Ireland's Shannon Airport said on Thursday it had temporarily suspended flights following an emergency incident involving a Boeing 767 aircraft.
Related topics: Airports

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Coming To India's Aircraft Carriers: America's F/a-18 Super Hornet?

Dario Leone Security, Here is why it could happen.  Dan Gillian, Boeing’s program manager for the F/A-18 and EA-18G, told Economic Times that his company had done simulations of the Super Hornet taking off from a ski jump and the aircraft...
Related topics: India

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Embraer Shows Modest Signs Of Progress In Q2

Embraer (NYSE: ERJ) reported another quarterly loss on Wednesday morning, as it continues to prepare for the sale of a majority stake in its commercial jet business to Boeing (NYSE: BA). An unfavorable mix shift in its commercial aviation segment...

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Ralph Nader: Boeing Execs Must Be Hauled Before Congress

Two Boeing 737 MAX crashes, one in Indonesia last October and one in Ethiopia this past March, took a combined 346 lives. Steady scrutiny by the media reported internal company leaks and gave voice to sidelined ex-Boeing engineers and aerospace...
Related topics: Indonesia, Ethiopia

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Alaska Airlines Isn't Worried About The Boeing 737 Max

Airlines that were near the beginning of the line to receive Boeing (NYSE: BA) 737 MAX jets have been feeling a lot of pain this year. The troubled model has been grounded worldwide since mid-March, forcing 737 MAX operators to cancel dozens or even...

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A Village Near Rome Was Pelted With Debris When Chunks Of Metal Broke Off A Norwegian Air Boeing...

The plane turned back to Fiumicino airport after dropping metal fragments over the Isla Sacra area of Rome, smashing windows and damaging houses.
Related topics: Airports

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Why The F-35 Could Have Looked Like This (and Named The F-32)

TNI Staff History, Americas Strange but true. One of the main reasons why Lockheed Martin’s design was selected over Boeing’s was because the X-32’s direct lift system—which uses engine thrust to lift the aircraft—is prone to pop...
Related topics: Lockheed Martin

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Boeing's Earnings Mean A Lot To Ge Too

Now the dust has settled on Boeing's (NYSE: BA) earnings report, it's time to take a more analytical view of the presentations and what they could mean for both Boeing and its suppliers like General Electric (NYSE: GE) and United Technologies (NYSE:...
Related topics: US Equity Markets, General Electric

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Yes, You Can Time The Market. Find Out How - August 12, 2019

This report can help you maximize your retirement nest-egg without the high risk of attempting to successfully time the markets. Click here for free report>> Air Industries Group (AIRI): Free Stock Analysis Report The Boeing Company (BA):...

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Fiery Metallic Pieces Of Boeing Plane Rain Down On Horrified People In Rome (photos)

According to the newspaper il Messagero, citing municipal sources in the Italian capital, up to 25 cars and 12 homes were damaged by the hail of metal, and at least one person was injured.
Related topics: Science Photos

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The 737 Max's Grounding Can't Stop Copa Holdings' Growth

Investors are starting to see the impact of the grounding of Boeing (NYSE: BA) 737 MAX aircraft, and Copa Holdings (NYSE: CPA) is one of the companies feeling the pinch. Flights were down in the second quarter of 2019, and if it weren't for rising...
Related topics: US Equity Markets

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Uber’s Big Loss, Boeing’s 787 Trouble, And More Car News This Week

Uber reports its biggest loss and slowest growth in its first public quarter. An auto supplier pivots hard to electrics, and EVs appear on used car lots.

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Boeing Dropping Bid For Next-generation Icbm Represents Shrinking Industrial Base

In late July, Boeing dropped out of the running for the new intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) competition. Boeing chose to remove itself with the expectation it will be unable to provide the system at a competitive price.   Nuclear...

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The Latest Us Military Satellite Launch Is A Space Force Preview

A massive military communications satellite that promises jam-proof communications for US war fighters was flown into space from Florida this morning on a rocket built by United Launch Alliance (ULA), a joint venture of Lockheed Martin and...
Related topics: Military, Satellites, Space, Lockheed Martin

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