French Polynesian flag carrier Air Tahiti Nui has confirmed that will replace its five-strong Airbus A340 quad-engine jet fleet with four Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners.
The first Boeing 777-300ER conducted its maiden flight on February 24, 2003 from Paine Field, just over three months after its November 14, 2002 rollout from the famed Everett Plant.
For Boeing, 2013 was by all accounts a banner year. The manufacturer delivered a record 648 airplanes, and booked 1,531 gross orders.
After eight years’ service in the Royal Norwegian Air Force guarding the country against Soviet intrusions, in 1975 Bjørn Kjos made a life-changing decision: rather than follow members of his squadron to careers with Scandinavian Airlines System, he chose to complete his law studies, later...
Earlier this month, Boeing lead salesman Randy Tinseth made some waves by highlighting the role that the Boeing 787 has played in expanding non-stop routes around the world. In doing so, Tinseth dredged up all of the same old debates about the 787 versus the Airbus A380, and about whether the 787...
A retro-painted Lufthansa 747-8i (D-ABYT) made an appearance at Boeing's Everett plant this week. D-ABYT is slated to be the 1,513th 747 delivered and according to Planespotter.net will be the 17th delivered out of an order for 20 airframes.
This week, the Boeing 747-8 program marks the fifth anniversary of the first aircraft’s maiden flight, which took place on February 8, 2010. The 747-8 continues a line of an iconic aircraft family that dates back more than 45 years.
Airbus continues to maintain a super-sized forecast for its super-sized jumbo jet, the A380, as it presented its 20-year market outlook at the 2015 Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance conference.
We are running this flashback, first published on January 10, 2015, as US Airways' final Boeing 767-200 took its last flight earlier today. AirwaysNews will post a story, with photos and video, on the milestone event over the weekend.
The commercial aviation industry is in "really good shape," at least for now, said Richard Aboulafia, vice president of analysis at the Teal Group on Wednesday.
American Airlines’ three initial routes for its new Boeing 787 fleet will be out of its Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport hub to Chicago O'Hare, along with Beijing and Buenos Aires.
The Boeing Customer Experience Center (BCEC) is located just a few miles from Boeing’s narrow-body 737 plant in Renton, Washington. On first glance, it seems like a traditional mock-up center, but as you will see, it goes far beyond that.
Now that Airbus has launched an extended range version of its A321neo, AirwaysNews takes a look at the prospects for the aircraft in four key regions around the world -- but not including the United States.