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July 4, 1975: Braniff Rolls Out Alexander Calder’s ‘Flying Colors of the United States’ Livery

    July 4, 1975: Braniff Rolls Out Alexander Calder’s ‘Flying Colors of the United States’ Livery

MIAMI — Back in 1976, as the United States was turning into its 200th year as an independent republic, there were countless celebrations and local observances nationwide to commemorate the major

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Boeing Rolls Out New 777 ecoDemonstrator Testbed

    Boeing Rolls Out New 777 ecoDemonstrator Testbed

Boeing has launched its latest round of inflight testing, assessing new techniques that could provide solutions to issues faced by airlines and passengers.  The 2019 flying testbed is based on

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Pilots Enter Class Action Suit Against Boeing Over 737 MAX Crisis

    Pilots Enter Class Action Suit Against Boeing Over 737 MAX Crisis

MIAMI — In a legal move so far unheard of in the aviation world and in a case expected to be heard in a Chicago courtroom in October, a group

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PAS19: Day Two Caught Cold By Massive 737 MAX Order, Airbus Fights On

    PAS19: Day Two Caught Cold By Massive 737 MAX Order, Airbus Fights On

PARIS – Day two of the 53rd International Paris Air Show kicked off in a very busy, tense, and competitive fashion for both Airbus and Boeing. Yesterday, we witnessed a

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PAS19: Boeing Forecasts $8.7 Trillion Market Through 2028

    PAS19: Boeing Forecasts $8.7 Trillion Market Through 2028

Coverage by Chris Sloan PARIS — At the opening day of the 2019 Paris Air Show, Boeing unveiled its updated

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PAS19: GECAS Orders 10 Boeing 737-800BCFs

    PAS19: GECAS Orders 10 Boeing 737-800BCFs

Coverage by Chris Sloan PARIS – Leasing company GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) has announced at the Paris Air Show

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PAS19: Boeing Begins Paris with Product Update: Expresses Sorrow over MAX Issues

    PAS19: Boeing Begins Paris with Product Update: Expresses Sorrow over MAX Issues

Coverage by Chris Sloan, Written by James Field PARIS – Boeing began its time at the airshow, not with an

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Analysis: What To Expect Of Next Week’s Paris Air Show

    Analysis: What To Expect Of Next Week’s Paris Air Show

MIAMI – The 53rd International Paris Air Show (#PAS19) in Le Bourget is set to launch on Monday, June 17,

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Boeing Finds Defective Wing Parts On 737 Aircraft

    Boeing Finds Defective Wing Parts On 737 Aircraft

MIAMI – Boeing has informed the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) about a manufacturing defect relevant to the leading edge slat

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Embraer Talks About Boeing Partnership, Name Change, Strategies Ahead Of Paris Air Show

    Embraer Talks About Boeing Partnership, Name Change, Strategies Ahead Of Paris Air Show

SAO PAULO — After months of deliberation, Boeing released a new title for Embraer’s commercial aviation division. The name, Boeing

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