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AirAsia X Bhd., the long-haul unit of Asia's largest low-cost carrier, said it plans to return to Europe using Airbus SAS wide-body aircraft ordered yesterday to build a discount equivalent of Dubai-based Emirates.
Bombardier celebrated the first flight of its CSeries commercial jet in 2013, but the success of the world's first new narrow-body design in nearly 30 years is riding on the test results.
The drop to $75 billion per month will occur in January. But the central bank said it would not yet act to increase a short-term interest rate that is now close to zero.
Boeing defense, space & security head Dennis A. Muilenburg, who was named today to three top corporate jobs at the company, is an exceptionally dynamic executive.
Norwegian Air is buying another two Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners, seeing the aircraft's technical advances as outweighing its operating problems as the budget carrier expands in long-haul services.
The solution to our Boeing crisis was just unveiled in the unlikeliest of places: a cradle of dysfunction where solutions usually go to die.
Conner said Boeing has received 777X proposals from 22 states covering 54 sites.
Even as they try desperately to hang on to Boeing Co., officials in Washington state have been courting the main competitor of the aerospace giant.
Investor Tools - Spot opportunities, identify market trends and grow your portfolio with a powerful toolkit to help you invest with confidence Dreamliners on the production line at the Boeing Commercial Airplane manufacturing facility in Everett, Wash., in 2011.
Boeing stock advanced about 1 percent on December 17 following news that the company's board approved $10 billion in additional share repurchases as well as a 50 percent increase in the regular quarterly dividend to 73 cents per share.
A suburban Albuquerque teacher who told a black student that Santa Claus is white has been placed on paid administrative leave.
Jeff Johnson, president of the Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO, chastised two of Washington's top political leaders for being "absolutely disrespectful to the Machinists and to the labor movement."
American Airlines proposed paint scheme to be voted on by employees of the new airline.
In a huge boost for the region's technology scene, fast-growing software maker Benefitfocus Inc. is expanding its Daniel Island campus again, with plans to add 1,200 jobs and a big slug of new office space.
Boeing Co. boosted its quarterly dividend by 51 percent and authorized a $10 billion share-repurchase plan, the largest in its history.
Talks between the Machinists union and Boeing collapsed last week, but a Boeing spokesman on Monday said Washington state is still one of the sites being considered for production of the company's forthcoming 777X passenger jet.