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  • Business owners rally to save Export-Import Bank from extinction

    Business owners rally to save Export-Import Bank from extinction
    On top of hawking his company's concrete additives, Gabriel Ojeda has been trying to sell something else lately — the virtues of the endangered Export-Import Bank. He's among dozens of small-business owners enlisted by the bank's supporters in...
  • Boeing examining effects of train derailment on 737 plane production

    Boeing Co. is assessing the potential effect on production of its 737 airliner, its bestselling plane, after a train carrying fuselages to its final assembly plant in Washington derailed. The Montana Rail Link train was en route Thursday from Spirit...
  • Watch these planes avoid a collision at the Barcelona airport

    Watch these planes avoid a collision at the Barcelona airport
    Two planes appear to have narrowly avoided disaster this weekend at Barcelona-El Prat Airport in Spain. A video posted by Miguel Angel Ramirez shows a Boeing 767 operated by the airline Russian UTair approaching and about to land as an Aerolineas...
  • Boeing evaluating effect of train derailment on airline production

    Aerospace giant Boeing Co. is assessing the potential effect on production of its 737 airliner, its bestselling plane, after a train derailed last week carrying fuselages to its final assembly plant in Washington state. The train was en route Thursday...
  • Boeing offering bigger overhead bins in new planes

    Boeing offering bigger overhead bins in new planes
    Chicago-based Boeing Co. on Thursday announced a new type of overhead luggage bin that it says stores more carry-on bags and is easier to hoist a suitcase into. Dubbed “Space Bins,” the new luggage compartments are available as an option...
  • Boeing lifts estimate of 20-year demand for jetliners to $5.2 trillion

    Boeing lifts estimate of 20-year demand for jetliners to $5.2 trillion
    Anticipating a growing role for low-cost airlines in commercial aviation, Boeing Co. upped its long-term forecast of worldwide demand for aircraft by 4.2% to more than 36,700 new planes. Deliveries of new aircraft could total $5.2 trillion over the next...
  • Gov. Brown approves Lockheed-Boeing tax-credit offer

    Gov. Brown approves Lockheed-Boeing tax-credit offer
    Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday put the finishing touch on a deal crafted with lawmakers to give aerospace giant Lockheed Martin Corp. a $420-million tax break if it helps build new stealth bombers in California. Brown signed into law a bill by two...
  • Copa Airlines kicks off Fort Lauderdale-to-Panama route

    Copa Airlines kicks off Fort Lauderdale-to-Panama route
    Copa Airlines opened up another gateway to Latin America on Friday with the launch of nonstop service between Fort Lauderdale and Panama City, Panama. The Panamanian carrier inaugurated the new route from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International...
  • United Airlines flight diverted to remote Pacific island of Midway

    United Airlines flight diverted to remote Pacific island of Midway
    A United Airlines flight carrying 348 people from Honolulu to Guam was diverted to the tiny Pacific island of Midway because of a  “mechanical issue,”  the airline said Saturday. An electrical odor filled the Boeing 777 aircraft and the...
  • Asiana pilots switched off system that might have averted crash: NTSB

    Asiana pilots switched off system that might have averted crash: NTSB
    A federal safety panel on Tuesday concluded that the pilots flying the Asiana Airlines jet that crashed in San Francisco on July 6, 2013, mismanaged their landing approach and inadvertently shut off an automatic speed control system that might have...
  • Asiana Airlines crash caused by pilot 'mismanagement,' NTSB concludes

     Asiana Airlines crash caused by pilot 'mismanagement,' NTSB concludes
    U.S. investigators on Tuesday said Boeing should consider modifying flight controls on the 777 jetliner in response to an Asiana Airlines crash in San Francisco last July that killed three people and injured more than 180. The National Transportation...