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A man working on a retired Boenig 747 at Pinal Airpark was trapped inside the plane's landing gear compartment Wednesday in an industrial accident, Pinal County sheriff's deputies said.
WASHINGTON - Boeing has hosted a contest to nickname its proposed 7E7 airplane, set off a bidding war among communities wanting to build the jet and announced work assignments for its worldwide partners in the project.
SEATTLE - Air France said Friday it plans to replace part of its aging fleet of cargo planes with Boeing Co.’s new 777 freighter, but the airline would not say whether it will become the launch customer for the proposed new airplane.
SEATTLE - The Boeing Co. has pushed back the date for a possible replacement for its popular 737 jet by several years. The company said saying it needs more time to advance the underlying technology.
SEATTLE - The Boeing Co. will launch its first new jet design in 13 years, the 7E7 Dreamliner, as it works to regain aircraft leadership from European rival Airbus by pinning its future on a lighter, roomier, more fuel-efficient jet.
In more ways than one, the fuel-efficient 7E7 jetliner promises a new generation of economy.
EVERETT, Wash. - Boeing Co.’s 7E7 jet, if launched as planned, will be the 25th commercial airplane model unveiled by the Western world, and the 11th jet from Boeing or McDonnell Douglas.
A Boeing Co. executive team has concluded that the 7E7 Dreamliner commercial jet should be assembled in Everett, Wash., The Seattle Times reported in a copyrighted story Friday.
SEATTLE - The first new American commercial jetliner to be built in more than a decade won’t be the biggest or fastest passenger plane in the sky.
In this image taken with a cell phone by Jason McLane, the primary presidential aircraft, a Boeing 747 known as Air Force One when the president is aboard, flies low over New York Harbor, followed by an F-16 chase plane during a federal government photo op Monday, April 27, 2009.
An airline mechanic walks past the damaged right wing fuselage of a Qantas Airways Boeing 747-400 passenger plane following an emergency landing at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Friday July 25, 2008 in Manila, Philippines. The plane, with 350 passengers and 19 crew, was en route to Australia from London when a loud bang punched a hole in the right wing fuselage, passengers said.
CANBERRA, Australia - Air safety investigators say a pressurized oxygen cylinder set off a blast that blew a large hole in the side of a Qantas jet last month, forcing an emergency landing.
EVERETT, WASH. - When machinists start the final stages of assembling the first 787 Dreamliner, the din of pounding rivet guns won’t echo through the factory as it does on production lines for Boeing Co.’s other jets.
TOULOUSE, France - Airbus showed off its giant A380, a double-decked behemoth that could revolutionize long-haul flying, at a lavish ceremony Tuesday with European leaders gathered for the first official look at the world's largest passenger plane.
January 18, 2005
SEATTLE - It’s one thing to build a really, really big airplane. It’s quite another to find a place for it to land.
Tempe boasts the headquarters of a new international company following the merger of three aerospace machining companies into a single firm that makes engine parts for the next generation of jumbo jets.
“Ben Arredondo violated the public trust to enhance his personal wealth and image in excess of the legal and moral limits. There are few lower than him in society, maybe only child molesters. Now his buddies, Democrats, act like he is a persecuted choir boy.”
BLAGNAC, France - The world's largest passenger plane, the Airbus A380, took its maiden flight Wednesday, cruising over the Pyrenees mountains in an aviation milestone that Europe's jetliner maker hopes will give it a leg up in its battle with American rival Boeing Co.
BRICK to Scottsdale city officials, well-known for demanding that zoning applicants jump through numerous aesthetic hoops in order to get permits — everyone but themselves, that is.
MANILA, Philippines - The 346 passengers were cruising at 29,000 feet Friday when an explosive bang shook the Qantas jumbo jet. The plane descended rapidly. Oxygen masks dropped from the ceiling as debris flew through the cabin from a hole that had suddenly appeared in the floor.
A presidential motorcade is a sure thing to muck up traffic, but the departure of Air Force One is not expected to affect operations at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
Increases in gasoline prices, airfares and hotel rates won’t keep people home over Christmas and New Year’s, AAA reports.
WASHINGTON — Do you know the way to San Jose? Quite a few airline pilots apparently don't.
Scottsdale is assembling a tent at WestWorld with more open space than any other in the U.S. in the hope that it will retain the nation’s largest classic car auction and lure new tenants to the city-run venue.