boeing unveils the new model of 737 max family airliner

Boeing Unveils the New Model of 737 MAX Family Airliner

Company Pavan Pandey - Mar 09, 2017

The newly unveiled Boeing 737 MAX 9 beats its older sibling of MAX family, the smaller MAX 8 which was launched by aerospace manufacturer giant in December 2015.

boeing plans to open its first european factory in south yorkshire

Boeing Plans to Open Its First European Factory in South Yorkshire

Company Pavan Pandey - Feb 27, 2017

The $25 million new facility will supply critical parts for company’s best-selling Boeing 737 short-haul workhorse and the 777 wide-body airliners.

boeing co plans to fly new 737 max 9 aircraft in april

Boeing Co. Plans to Fly New 737 Max-9 Aircraft in April

Company Pavan Pandey - Feb 15, 2017

On Wednesday, aircraft manufacturer, Boeing Company, unveiled the latest aircraft of its 737 narrow-body aircraft family in its assembly line in Renton, Washington.

boeing company plans to set up a new defense unit in india

Boeing Company Plans to Set up A New Defense Unit in India

Company Pavan Pandey - Feb 09, 2017

The US-based aviation maker giant company, Boeing Co., has announced that it is planning to set up a new unit that will handle all its defense operations in the nation.

safran to buy zodiac aerospace for 9 billion as the two french aero giants decide to combine

Safran to buy Zodiac Aerospace for $9 Billion as the two French aero giants decide to combine

Company Himanshu Gill - Jan 19, 2017

French aircraft engine maker Safran SA announced that it has agreed to buy Zodiac Aerospace in a 8.5 billion euro ($9 billion) deal to create world’s third largest aerospace supplier.

boeing receives order for 75 737 max 8 aircraft from ge co

Boeing Receives Order for 75 737-Max 8 Aircraft from GE Co.

Company Pavan Pandey - Jan 05, 2017

Global Aircraft manufacturer, Boeing Co., announced that General Electric Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) has placed an order of 75 737-MAX 8 aircraft.

boeing commercial airplane unit will continue to cut jobs in 2017

Boeing’s Commercial Airplane Unit Will Continue to Cut Jobs in 2017

Company Pavan Pandey - Dec 20, 2016

After slashing its 8 percent workforce in the year 2016, the aircraft manufacturing company, Boeing said it would also lay off jobs from its commercial airliner unit in 2017.

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