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  • Orlando airport to add Dubai non-stop flights

    Orlando airport to add Dubai non-stop flights
    Orlando International Airport announced Tuesday that it will offer daily nonstop service to Dubai for the first time. Emirates will begin the flights Sept.1. Orlando becomes the Dubai-based airline's 10th U.S. destination, said Matthias Schmid,...
  • Aviation guru: Next Boeing plane will bring new tussle over location, labor costs

    If aviation guru Steven Udvar-Hazy is already thinking about where Boeing might build its next plane, you can bet the company is, too. The aircraft-leasing veteran raised the specter of another hard-nosed confrontation between the company and its...
  • American's Dreamliner to debut on Chicago route

    American's Dreamliner to debut on Chicago route
    American Airlines' first Boeing 787 Dreamliner, a customer-pleasing aircraft with a problem-plagued history, will initially fly a route between Chicago and Dallas beginning in May, the carrier said Wednesday. American, the world's largest airline,...
  • Boeing reports profit of $1.47 billion

    Demand for commercial airliners boosted Boeing Co.'s fourth-quarter profit by 19%, topping Wall Street expectations by a wide margin and offsetting weakness in the defense business. Investors seemed to look past Boeing's muted outlook for 2015. The...
  • Boeing handily beats profit estimates

    Boeing handily beats profit estimates
    Chicago-based aerospace and defense giant Boeing on Wednesday reported record revenue on the strength of its commercial airplane business, and its profits exceeded Wall Street expectations. Meanwhile, its CEO on Wednesday attempted to allay fears that...
  • Seven US corporations paid more to their CEOs than to Uncle Sam in 2013

    Seven US corporations paid more to their CEOs than to Uncle Sam in 2013
    WASHINGTON — Seven of the 30 largest U.S. corporations paid more money to their chief executive officers last year than they paid in U.S. federal income taxes, according to a study released Tuesday that was disputed by at least one of the companies....
  • Probe blames Boeing and FAA for 787 Dreamliner battery fire

    Probe blames Boeing and FAA for 787 Dreamliner battery fire
    Missteps by Boeing Co. and the Federal Aviation Administration led to a fire aboard a 787 Dreamliner nearly two years ago that was parked at a gate at Boston's Logan International Airport, national safety officials concluded in a report Monday. No...
  • Boeing plans to develop new airplane to replace 737 Max by 2030

    Boeing plans to develop new airplane to replace 737 Max by 2030
    Boeing has sketched out plans to develop an all-new aircraft, with new engines and likely a composite structure, to replace its 737 Max jetliner by 2030, CEO Jim McNerney said Wednesday. The airplane will be slightly larger than the 737 but its shape...
  • Boeing profit rises on commercial airplane strength

    Boeing profit rises on commercial airplane strength
    Booming commercial aircraft demand led Chicago-based aerospace and defense giant Boeing on Wednesday to report significantly higher quarterly profit, which also was boosted by strength in the company’s defense business. As a result, the company...
  • Kerry makes case against Russia in Malaysia plane's downing

    Kerry makes case against Russia in Malaysia plane's downing
    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry laid out what he called overwhelming evidence of Russian complicity in the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 as international horror deepened over the fate of the victims' remains. Kerry demanded that...
  • Editorial: A plane crash, Gaza and 'The July Crises' of 2014

     Editorial: A plane crash, Gaza and 'The July Crises' of 2014
    In history's taut nomenclature it was "The July Crisis": One century ago this week, the mighty powers of Europe were deciding whether they would parlay the assassination of an Austro-Hungarian archduke into a massive regional conflict. From afar, the...