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Boeing Co., in upper left, is nearly tripling its footprint near Charleston International Airport after acquiring more land from Charleston County Aviation Authority and a private landowner, including the former Trailwood mobile home park in foreground.
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The bosses of the International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers District 751, representing the Washington State workers at Boeing would rather jeopardize thousands of jobs than accept a 401k-style pension instead of a guaranteed pension income.
On the world's biggest private jets, luxury is quietly reaching new lows. Engineers customizing planes for wealthy clients are dramatically reducing noise levels in cabins.
A handful of cities and states are competing to attract a new aerospace manufacturing plant, despite little proof that it would spur economic growth.
An Evergreen International Airlines Boeing 747-212B remains parked at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, where the airline was evicted from its base for nonpayment of rent.
Obviously, this is an unmitigated disaster for Airbus, just as every time a Boeing customers switches to Airbus, it's a disaster for Boeing! ;-) The Bombardier C-Series is in flight test and in production in a modern factory with automation see http://bit.ly/1bXJFE1 Well some airlines have discovery when ordering from Boeing its does not including ... (more)
Nineteen people and companies in Europe and Asia acted as middlemen for Iranian airline Mahan Air, helping it procure supplies from the United States in violation of U.S. sanctions, the U.S. Commerce Department said on Wednesday.
Pilots of an Asiana Airlines Inc plane that crash-landed in San Francisco last summer were aware the plane was traveling too slowly and tried to correct it in the final seconds before impact, according to documents released on Wednesday by U.S. aviation safety investigators.
Transaero Airlines launched the Flight of Hope project to provide its passengers with an opportunity to participate in the mission of saving children's lives.
The Dubai Air Show in November saw numerous records set: total jetliner order value for an air show, new record backlogs for both Airbus and Boeing, largest launch order yet placed for a new jet and probably some other superlatives that have yet to be calculated.
A retired Evergreen International Airlines cargo jet, tail No. N482EV, is parked in front of the aviation museum across Oregon 18 from company headquarters in McMinnville.
The original rudder of the 747 being refurbished at the Museum of Flight south of downtown Seattle.
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"Made in China" is a familiar label on the clothing, toys, housewares and myriad other products Americans buy.
President Barack Obama's expected 10-minute speech at Nelson Mandela's memorial will cost taxpayers at least $500,000 per minute.