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Boeing's 737 MAX 7 airliner made its maiden flight on Friday as it took off at 10:17 am PDT from Renton Field, Washington State with Boeing Test and Evaluation Captains Jim Webb and Keith Otsuka at the controls. The initial flight lasted three hours and five minutes for flight control, systems, and handling tests before landing at Boeing Field in Seattle at 1:22 pm...Continue Reading First fl
Aerospace manufacturer Boeing has revealed a new pilot-free aircraft that will be used for refuelling warships mid-air. Read more
Emirates Airline has taken the wraps off the multi-million dollar upgrade of its Boeing 777 fleet, which takes its interior design cues from the Mercedes-Benz S-Class motor cars. Boasting fully enclosed private suites in First class, the new look was created in collaboration with Boeing, Rockwell Collins interior systems, Panasonic, Jacques Pierre Jean Design studio and Seattle-based design f
Boeing has been in the aviation game for more than a century, but the company's recent moves suggest it won't be resting on its laurels. Following the launch of its US$2 million personal flying machine contest, the company will acquire Aurora Flight Sciences, a company recently enlisted to work on Uber's flying taxi project...Continue Reading Boeing advances autonomous flight aspirations with
Boeing has announced that the latest iteration of its ecoDemonstrator aircraft will fly under the FedEx Express livery. The Boeing 777 Freighter, which is being modified to test new technologies to make aircraft greener and more efficient, will fly in 2018 and includes new propulsion and flight deck advances...Continue Reading Boeing teams with FedEx Express on new ecoDemonstrator aircraftCat


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