Boeing News

Boost for IAF, Boeing delivers first four Chinook helicopters

The heavy-lift helicopters will be used by the Air Force to move and transport troops, cargo, artillary, ammunition supplies and equipments across the leangth and breadth of the country.

Boeing's flying car completes first test flight, air-taxi ready for takeoff next year

A prototype of Boeing's autonomous passenger air vehicle completed a controlled takeoff, hover and landing during the test conducted in Manassas, Virginia.


Boeing's flying car lifts off in race to revolutionise urban travel

Boeing took the first step in its plan to revolutionize urban transportation and parcel delivery services as its flying car prototype hovered briefly in the air during an inaugural test flight.

Boeing unveils refreshed jet concept with ultra-thin wings

The world’s largest planemaker and U.S. space agency NASA have been studying the concept plane for nearly a decade as part of the Subsonic Ultra Green Aircraft Research programme.

The Man Taking on Boeing With a $22 Billion Jet Order at Stake

In a rare public dispute between the planemaker and one of its biggest customers, the head of PT Lion Mentari Airlines has threatened to cancel an order for billions of dollars worth of jets because of what he says is Boeing’s unfair reaction to the crash.

'Our airplanes are safe,' Boeing says as officials push training

Boeing's shares closed down about 3 percent at $331.90 amid broader concerns of U.S-China tensions over trade.


Lion Air crash victim's father files first US lawsuit against Boeing

Boeing and US aviation regulators are considering whether to add a software fix to the 737 Max. Three US pilots’ unions have raised concern about what they say is a lack of information provided by Boeing on the safety system.

South Korea's Jeju Air eyes $5.7 billion jet purchase deal: Sources

The purchase offers Europe's Airbus a chance to trigger the defection of a Boeing customer in a key market but Boeing is seen s the front-runner to win the order and retain the 737 operator's business, the sources said.

Doomed Lion Air Boeing jet had airspeed snag on prior flight

Flight-tracking data before the two-month old Lion Air jet crashed showed the plane was varying its altitude and speed, a possible indication that the pilots weren’t getting accurate information from the aircraft’s air-pressure sensors.

World's largest plane maker Boeing opens new facility in UK

The new facility is situated alongside the University of Sheffield's Factory 2050, and is part of its Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC).