The first production Boeing 707 jet-powered commercial airliner, serial number 17586, was rolled out at the Boeing aircraft assembly plant at Renton, Washington on October 28, 1957.
Andrea Castillo, program manager at the Mercatus Center, wrote a scholarly journal concluding the FAA is blocking supersonic travel. It is well researched and convincing, but deficient after critical analysis.
Nicole Piasecki VP/GM Propulsion Systems division Boeing Commercial Airplanes The aerospace community is large and widely geographically dispersed. Names may be known, but the answers to questions like…
An incredibly historic plane, which first flew in commercial flight in 1933, flew its last air journey from Paine Field in Everett, Washington to Boeing Field in Seattle on April 26, 2016. The Boeing 247…
Boom’s goal is to design, certificate, and manufacture a 40 seat, commercially viable and environmentally friendly supersonic airplane.
This incredible assembly represents massive hours of research, engineering, testing and manufacturing.
Boeing, which reaches the grand age of 100 this year, has great insight into what service the airlines’ customers and customer airlines really need.
FAA granted Terrafugia approval of its test program to assess whether its airborne auto prototype, the TF-X, may be issued a Type Certificate. Many questions!