An agency that oversees civil aviation in Russia said Thursday it is suspending the certification of Boeing 737 planes used by Russian airlines pending resolution of safety concerns.
Boeing said Wednesday that Chinese companies have agreed to buy 300 jets and build an aircraft assembly plant in China. The deals, worth about $38 billion, were signed during Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to the United States.
A state-owned manufacturer on Monday unveiled the first plane produced by a Chinese initiative to compete in the market for large passenger jetliners.
The Boeing Co. and Lockheed Martin have filed formal protests against the Pentagon's decision to give the contract for a new stealth bomber to Northrop Grumman.
Apple has filled a void on its board of directors with James Bell, the former chief financial officer for aircraft maker Boeing Co.
British aviation investigators say a 2013 fire on a Boeing 787 Dreamliner started in a battery for the plane's emergency locator transmitter, triggering recommendations to improve safety on similar aircraft.
Boeing and the University of South Carolina are joining forces on advanced research projects expected to forge the next generation of aerospace technology and improve products for the aerospace giant.
Aerospace giant Boeing Co. saw its earnings plunge by a third in the second quarter because of repeated delays with a military fuel tanker.
Iran's president has pointed to another possible windfall from the nuclear deal with world powers - his country may soon be able to buy badly needed new planes for its aging fleet, the official IRNA news agency reported.
Congressional Republicans are poised to deal a sharp blow to their traditional allies in the business community by allowing the federal Export-Import Bank to go out of business at the end of the month. But it may only be temporary.
The company's board of directors elected Dennis A. Muilenburg, a 30-year company veteran, as Boeing's 10th chief executive officer. He succeeds W. James McNerney, Jr., who has held the position for the past 10 years.
Europe's Airbus glided past Boeing to take top overall honors in their annual competition to sell commercial jets at the Paris Air Show. The U.S. plane maker, however, inked more deals for wide-body planes.
Boeing landed the biggest order so far of the Paris Air Show with a deal Tuesday for 100 of its 737s - the single-aisle jets that Boeing's CEO calls "the heart of the market" in the years to come.
Airbus is betting on big jets as the future of aviation, while rival Boeing is gambling on smaller ones - but both sold scores of planes of all sizes at the Paris Air Show on Monday, defying predictions of slowing demand.
Demand for new airplanes around the world will continue to soar as millions of people in developing nations take to the skies for the first time.