Boeing Delivers First P-8A Poseidon to New Zealand
New Zealand received the first of four Boeing P-8A Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft in a ceremony at the Museum of Flight.
TUI honours its travel industry partners in the Lapland
TUI honours its travel industry partners in the Lapland by naming its new Boeing 737-8 airplane Rovaniemi
Dr. Brendan Nelson named the new president of Boeing International
Boeing today announced that Dr. Brendan Nelson AO will take over as president of Boeing International (BI) and lead the company’s international strategy and corporate operations.
ThinkYoung and Boeing Launch First Coding School for Displaced Ukrainian Teenagers
This week ThinkYoung and Boeing kicked off the first coding school for Ukrainian teenagers. Boeing International President Sir Michael Arthur, Boeing Poland Managing Director Rafał Stepnowski, Boeing Engineering Technology Center leader Iryna Bielienko from the company’s Ukraine team and ThinkYoung founder and CEO Andrea Gerosa hosted an opening ceremony at the Boeing office in Gdańsk
Boeing Forecasts Air Cargo Traffic to Increase Twofold Over Next 20 Years
Boeing is forecasting strong demand for air cargo services through 2041, with traffic doubling and the world’s freighter fleet expanding by more than 60%. Boeing today released details from its 2022 World Air Cargo Forecast (WACF), a biennial detailed analysis of evolving industry dynamics.
Artemis I mission paves way for returning humans to deep space exploration
NASA’s Space Launch System rocket, powered by the Boeing -built core stage, lifted off at 1:47 a.m. ET from the Kennedy Space Center. Eight and a half minutes into flight, the core stage completed its mission and separated from the upper stage of the rocket, sending NASA’s Orion spacecraft on its first journey around the Moon.
Skymark Airlines Announces Intent to Acquire Boeing 737 MAX Airplanes
Boeing and Japan’s Skymark Airlines today announced the airline’s plan to add up to 12 737 MAX airplanes as part of its fleet modernization efforts.
International Airlines Group (IAG) Shareholders Approve Boeing 737 Order
International Airlines Group (IAG) has announced that its shareholders approved an agreement with Boeing to order a total of 50 737-8-200s and 737-10s, plus 100 options.
Alaska Airlines Orders 52 Boeing 737 MAX Jets to Further Modernize Fleet
Boeing and Alaska Airlines today announced the carrier is expanding its 737 MAX fleet with an order for 52 airplanes, exercising options for an additional 42 737-10 and 10 737-9 jets. With the order, the airline is advancing its efforts to build one of the most efficient and sustainable fleets in the industry.
Ethiopian Airlines and Boeing Celebrate 10th Anniversary of Africa’s First 787 Dreamliner Delivery
Ethiopian Airlines and Boeing today celebrated the 10th anniversary of the first 787 Dreamliner delivery to the African carrier. Over the past decade, Ethiopian Airlines has utilized the outstanding capabilities of the 787 to sustainably grow its long-haul network across the world
American Airlines has taken delivery of its 50th Boeing 787
Today, American Airlines has taken delivery of its 50th Boeing 787. The carrier has been busy taking on Dreamliners as of late.
Ethiopian Airlines Completes Conversion of Africa’s First B767 Passenger Aircraft into Freighter
Ethiopian Airlines Group, Africa’s best airline, has announced the completion of passenger to freighter conversion of one of its three B767 aircraft. Ethiopian partnered with Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) and launched a B767-300ER freighter conversion line at Ethiopian MRO facilities in Addis Ababa.