Airbus secured its first-ever order from Japan Airlines on Monday, in a deal that undermines Boeing's long-held dominance of Japan's aviation market.
Boeing may be forced to delay delivery of its 787s that are assembled in South Carolina, should the government shutdown become a lengthy one. FAA workers handle the certification of Dreamliners built at the company's Charleston plant.
A Boeing 787 Dreamliner, operated by Poland's LOT airline, has made an unscheduled landing in Reykjavik, Iceland, because of a malfunctioning antenna.
A National Transportation Safety Board report blames shoddy workmanship for a tear in the roof of a Southwest Airlines flight in 2011.
Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA on Saturday became the latest airline to ground a Boeing 787 Dreamliner so that officials from the American company can examine what appears to be a technical problem.
German airline Lufthansa is ordering 34 new jets from Boeing and 25 from European rival Airbus as it updates its long-haul fleet to make it more fuel efficient and lower costs.
The first addition to the Boeing 787 family took off Tuesday from Paine Field, near the factory where the plane was assembled, to the cheers of a couple of hundred Boeing employees who watched the blue and white plane with a number 9 on the tail rise into a cloudy sky.
Low-cost airline Norwegian Air Shuttle said Sunday one of its Boeing 787 Dreamliners is grounded due to a flaw in its electrical system, news services reported.
Ethiopian Airlines' chief executive officer says that the company has made a record profit he partly credited to Boeing's problematic 787 planes.
Canadian airline WestJet plans to buy 65 of the new fuel-efficient 737 Max aircraft from Boeing as it looks to modernize its fleet.
All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines said Wednesday they are checking their Boeing 787 fleets for wiring problems unrelated to battery defects that plagued the aircraft earlier this year.
Three San Francisco Bay Area families are suing Boeing over the deadly crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214.
Two airline companies - U.S.-based United Airlines and Japan's All Nippon Airways - have found damage to wiring on locator beacons in three Boeing 787s - the same problem that investigators think may have sparked a fire on a parked 787 in London.
Poland's LOT airline says it is still waiting for money from Boeing for the grounding of its two 787 planes.
Federal air safety regulators are seeking a more than $2.7 million fine against Boeing over quality control lapses related to parts used in the 777.