The FAA has Boeing given permission to re-start deliveries of the 787 in the coming week, having resolved a potential issue in the forward pressure bulkhead area, The Seattle Times and Reuters report. The issue led to the suspension of Dreamliner deliveries in...
UPDATED – Air India has signed Letters of Intent with Boeing and Airbus to acquire 470 aircraft, including 400 narrowbodies and 70 widebody aircraft from the two global manufacturers. This is the largest aircraft order placed by an Indian carrier. The order...
Spirit AeroSystems has started preparing for higher production rates of the Boeing 737/MAX and Airbus A320neo family programs. It is working towards a rate 42 per month in October for the 737/MAX, although Boeing currently keeps its own production at 31 per month for...
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...
UPDATE – Boeing produced a strong fourth quarter of 2022, reducing its net losses compared to the same period of the previous year. But the full-year consolidated loss was higher than in 2021, mainly to be blamed on the Q3 charge on Defense projects. Boeing...
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