Boeing remains on track to meet production targets it has set for its 737 Max jetliner, a company spokesman said on Friday following a report on industry concerns that slow output at supplier GKN could cause delays.
Boeing Co on Monday told its workers that it expected to cut as many as "several hundred" jobs in its satellite business through the end of 2015 due to a downturn in US military spending and delays in commercial satellite orders.
Boeing remains on track to meet production targets it has set for its 737 MAX jetliner, a company spokesman said on Friday following a report on industry concerns that slow output at supplier GKN could cause delays.
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Iran plans to buy as many as 90 planes per year from Boeing and Airbus to revamp its antiquated fleet once Western sanctions are lifted, its state news agency IRNA quoted a senior aviation official as saying on Sunday.
Flag carrier Air Canada has taken delivery of its first Boeing 787-9, a larger version of the Dreamliner 787-8 already in its fleet.
The Dreamliner is the world's most modern commercial aircraft and the larger 787-9 version
Boeing Co, which loses about $23 million on every 787 Dreamliner passenger jet that leaves the factory, is trying to stem the losses by cutting the use of one of its signature ingredients: titanium.
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Gulf carriers' huge backlog of Boeing aircraft orders will be largely unaffected by the shutdown of the US Export-Import Bank, which provides the region's airlines with billions of dollars in guarantees, industry sources said.
Airplane sales to Iran were cleared for take off after Tehran signed a nuclear agreement with six major powers on Tuesday, opening a potentially significant opportunity for Boeing and Airbus Group after decades of isolation.
Oman Air has signed a contract with leading aircraft manufacturer Boeing for a suite of services to support the upcoming entry of the airline's 787 Dreamliners into service and to ensure ongoing efficiency and cost savings for its fleet.
Western planemakers look set to reap billions of dollars in deals with Iran, if a deal is done on its nuclear programme to allow one of the world's most promising aviation markets to come out of quarantine, said experts.