Earlier today, we reported on Airbus deliveries for Q1 being somewhat disappointing at 127 aircraft. A few hours later, Boeing shared its number for the same period: 130. This time, we can say it looks actually quite positive! How come? Boeing ends Q1 with strong...
Witnessed by thousands of former and current staff, workers, customers, and VIPs, Boeing said farewell on Tuesday to its icon of commercial aviation: the 747. In an hour-long event inside one of the huge assembly halls in Everett that had seen so many 747’s for over...
Boeing will open a fourth assembly line for the 737/MAX in Puget Sound, but the first in Everett. The line will be located in a building previously used for 787 assembly and should be ready in 2024. The news was announced by Boeing internally on Monday morning and...
Boeing has won net orders for 808 aircraft and delivered 480 in 2022. The numbers come on the back of a strong December, which saw 203 net orders and 69 deliveries, the airframer reported today. The US airframer recorded 935 gross orders last year, but including...
Aviation history was written on the evening of December 6, 2022, when the last-ever Boeing 747 rolled out of final assembly in Everett. The 1.574th ‘Jumbo Jet’, a 747-8F was slowly rolled out of Hall 40-21 and will now be prepared for her life as a full freighter with...
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