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Emirates has finalized a deal with Boeing for 150 777X wide-body jets. The order from the Dubai-based airline would be worth $56 billion at list prices, though airline customers typically negotiate significant Emirates finalizes $56 billion deal for 150 Boeing 777s Emirates has finalized a deal with Boeing for 150 777X wide-body jets.
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1962 - First conventional flight of the Lockheed XV-4 Hummingbird , a U.S. Army project to produce a V/STOL jet prototype.
Boeing is deciding what to do with six newly manufactured commercial airplane bodies that fell off a train in a derailment in Montana, including three that slid down a steep riverbank, a company spokeswoman said Monday.
The Boeing Corporation has released the following statement on the derailment of a train carrying 737s bound for final assembly at the Renton plant: A team of experts from Boeing and Spirit Aerosystems continues to assess damage to six 737 fuselages resulting from the July 3 train derailment near Rivulet, Mont.
On July 2, the National Transportation Safety Board announced that it would not reopen the investigation into the destruction of TWA 800.
Railroad officials weighed how to recover three Boeing 737 fuselages that were dumped into the Clark Fork River in a Montana train derailment as a section of the track reopened last night.
Looking like salmon migrating upstream, the fuselages of several unfinished Boeing jets were being "fished out" of the Clark Fork River near Missoula today after a cargo train derailed in the mountains of Montana.
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Boeing investigators were dispatched to a train derailment in Montana that ended with Boeing airplane fuselages and other equipment sliding into a river Thursday.
A Pullmantur Boeing 747-400, registration EC-KQC performing flight EB-7008 from Madrid,SP to Punta Cana with about 500 people on board, was enroute over the Atlantic about 2.5 hours into the flight when the crew decided to return to Madrid reporting an engine indication.
The defense contractor's news release opens with an enticing question: "Need to do some heavy lifting this summer and have $25?" The people in charge at Fort Eustis, it turns out, need to get rid of a couple of industrial cranes.
It's a catch-22: the lenses of ground-based telescopes can be made huge , but are hamstrung by distortion from the atmosphere.
The aircraft manufacturer's negative cash conversion in the past several quarters has drawn a lot of attention and criticism.
Here's an interesting fact - when you've got the world's biggest passenger airplane coming straight at you, it looks huge.
Updated: Wed Jul 09, 2014 12:55 pm
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