Boeing Co.'s planned 777X long-haul airliner grabbed the bulk of orders Sunday at the first day of the Dubai Airshow, with at least 225 planes on the books in an eye-popping display of the spending power and aggressive expansion efforts of Gulf carriers.
South Carolina lawmakers say they will try to bring Boeing's production of a new 777X jet to the state.
The Boeing Co. said Thursday it will not negotiate with the machinists union regarding a new labor contract until prior to the current contract expiration in 2016.
About 20,000 Boeing machinists in the Puget Sound cast their ballots Wednesday on a contentious contract proposal that would have workers exchange concessions for decades of secure jobs.
A number of Boeing workers rallied in front of their union headquarters in Everett Monday afternoon calling for workers to vote "no" on a contract extension proposed by the company to the International Association of Machinists.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee gave final approval Monday to a package of tax breaks for Boeing Co. in hopes of landing the company's new 777X, signing legislation at Seattle's Museum of Flight at Boeing Field.
The fate of Boeing's 777x program is now in the hands of the Machinist's Union.
Washington lawmakers moved swiftly Saturday to extend aerospace tax breaks in a bid to satisfy Boeing Co. and win the manufacturing work that will come with the company's new 777X production.
As lawmakers moved swiftly toward approving tax incentives for Boeing, Gov. Jay Inslee said Friday he hasn't given up on also moving forward with a $10 billion transportation package.
A House committee has approved a measure that would extend tax breaks for Boeing Co. if key manufacturing work of the new 777X remains in Washington state.
Boeing Co. is speeding up production of its 737 again as it aims to cut down a backlog for 3,400 of the jets.
Airbus, headquartered in France, is pitching its value to the U.S. economy as it takes its battle for dominance in the global airplane market onto rival Boeing's home turf.
Norwegian Air Shuttle says its net profit dropped 31 percent in the third quarter, weighed down by extra costs for hiring replacement aircraft for delayed Boeing 787s.
For decades, the Boeing 747 was the Queen of the Skies. But the glamorous double-decker jumbo jet that revolutionized air travel and shrunk the globe could be nearing the end of the line.
Boeing Co. said Wednesday that its net income rose 12 percent in the third quarter as deliveries of commercial planes continue to accelerate. The big U.S. plane maker also said it plans to boost production of the 787.