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Aircraft maker Boeing reported that it delivered a total of 70 new aircraft in the first half of 2020, including 20 in the second quarter.
Aircraft maker Airbus is expected to announce that it will fire more than 14,000 workers as the company struggles to overcome the effects of the COVID-19 outbreak on demand for air travel and new...
The Federal Aviation Administration has given a green light to flight testing of Boeing's 737 Max, following more than a year of grounding following crashes that killed 346 people.
The longer it takes for Boeing to get the 737 Max back in the air and to resolve its political difficulties, the harder it becomes for the company to win against its well-stocked rival.
Boeing has released its orders for the month of May, and the number of order cancellations exceeds the number of new orders. But there was some good news.
Airbus on Thursday reported a net loss of €1.36 billion ($150 billion) in 2019 largely due to a 73% drop in pretax profits.
24/7 Wall St. has seen all three major credit ratings agencies make much more cautionary statements against Boeing and its future reputation. These come from S&P Global, Moody's and Fitch Ratings.
The notion of electric engines on jets may sound implausible, but air travelers could be flying on commercial aircraft powered by them by 2040.
Indian budget airline IndiGo has placed a firm order for 300 new Airbus passenger jets. That brings the airline's total order on Airbus to 730 new planes.
A potential order once valued at around $40 billion that would have been split between Boeing and Airbus has been shelved.
Saudi Arabian Airlines' Flyadeal budget airline on Sunday canceled its commitment to purchase up to 50 Boeing 737 MAX jets, the first canceled order since the plane's grounding in March.
Boeing and Airbus appear to be taking a breather at Thursday's edition of the Paris Air Show.
Boeing and Airbus continue to take new orders and commitments at the Paris Air Show. Airbus is making deals for its new A321XLR passenger jet while Boeing is selling several freighters in addition to...
Indonesia's Garuda Airlines has asked Boeing to cancel its order for the remaining 49 737 MAX 8s the airline ordered in 2015. How will Boeing respond?
Independent research firm Argus has formally downgraded Boeing to Hold from Buy and removed the near-term target price.