Union representing most of Boeing Co.'s engineers and technical workers has named a new leader, Ray Goforth, described by colleagues as a tough negotiator.
Albuquerque, N.M.-based Eclipse Aviation reaches settlement with supplier, Hampson Aerospace Inc. over allegations of shoddy workmanship and delayed payments.
Order is worth $1.3 billion at list prices; Air Europa also acquired purchase rights for an additional eight 787s.
Brazil's TAM airline signed a contract to buy 46 Airbus jets, including 22 extra-wide-body A350s; order is worth $6.9 billion at list prices.
Quebec's aerospace industry will receive $400 million from the aircraft manufacturer, related to the government's $1.8-billion purchase of four Boeing C-17 heavy-lift transport planes.
Inaugural flight of much-anticipated 787 Dreamliner jet pushed back by as much as three months, delaying the plane's test flight until the end of the second quarter.
The problem for Airbus and Boeing isn't too few customers — it's getting planes off their production lines fast enough to meet demand.
Verdicts have been further delayed in the U.S.-EU dispute over government support for rival plane makers Boeing Co. and Airbus.
Airbus said it trailed Boeing Co. in logging new orders last year by a total of 72 civilian jets, but beat its U.S. rival on deliveries.
European plane maker is expected to announce Wednesday that 2007 was a record year for passenger jet orders and deliveries, allowing it to steal the lead back from U.S. rival Boeing Co.
Russian President Putin signed a decree under which Italian airplane maker Alenia would be able to acquire a 25-percent share in Sukhoi's civil aircraft division, the Kremlin said.
European plane maker will build assembly plant in Mobile if the U.S. Air Force selects it and North American partner, Northrop Grumman, for a military tanker contract.
Chairman Richard Branson said the test flight would yield crucial information on how to reduce aviation's carbon footprint.
Bahrain-based airline ordered the new 787 Dreamliners valued at around $4 billion, with an option for eight more.
Aircraft engine maker aims to cut up to 2,300 managerial, professional and clerical staff to mitigate increasing raw material costs and the weak U.S. dollar.
Chief Executive of Airbus’ parent company said he is aiming at ‘medium-sized companies’ in the U.S. but didn’t name potential targets.
Aircraft maker will have to prove to FAA that offering Internet access in the cabin won't leave the flight controls vulnerable to hackers and hijackers.
Irish leasing company contracted to buy the single-aisle A320 aircraft said the European plane-making consortium in a statement.
MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd. selling its space and satellite business to U.S. defense contractor Alliant Techsystems.
Shares dropped more than 7 percent after Deutsche Bank recommended investors get rid of the stock in a report predicting weaker commercial jet orders in 2008.
Airplane maker blew past an order record of 1,044 it set two years ago, selling 1,413 commercial jets in 2007 while delivering 441 planes, its best showing in six years.
Air Force is expected to select a contractor by Jan. 31; Boeing is competing against Northrop Grumman Corp. to make 179 KC-767 planes.
World's largest military contractor will pay a record $2.5 million to a former avionics electrician who claims he was called the N-word, threatened with death and laid off after he reported racism.
Airplane maker finalizes 152 orders from Dubai Aerospace Enterprise, Vietnam Airlines, Vietnam Aircraft Leasing Co., and GOL Linhas Aereas.