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  • Boeing Profit Jumps 18%, But Cash is Scarce

    Boeing Profit Jumps 18%, But Cash is Scarce

    Boeing Co reported an 18 per cent increase in quarterly profit and raised its full-year core earnings forecast for the third time, reflecting booming commercial aircraft demand and increasing profitability in its defense business.

  • Boeing Q3 Profit Jumps 18 Per Cent, 2014 Earnings View Raised

    Boeing Q3 Profit Jumps 18 Per Cent, 2014 Earnings View Raised

    Boeing Co reported an 18 per cent increase in quarterly profit and raised its full-year core earnings forecast for the third time, reflecting booming commercial aircraft demand and increasing profitability in its defense business.

  • Wall Street Turns Lower as Boeing, Biogen Weigh

    Wall Street Turns Lower as Boeing, Biogen Weigh

    US stocks turned lower in afternoon trading on Wednesday, with major indices erasing earlier gains as both Boeing and Biogen sold off following their results.

  • Air India Express Technical Fault: Passengers Stranded for Nearly Two Days

    Air India Express Technical Fault: Passengers Stranded for Nearly Two Days

    Over 150 passengers of an Air India Express flight from Dammam to Kozhikode, scheduled on Saturday night, were stranded almost two days as the Boeing 737 aircraft developed a major technical fault.

  • Germany Faces New Lufthansa Strike After Rail Stoppage

    Germany Faces New Lufthansa Strike After Rail Stoppage

    A leading German pilots' union has called a new 35-hour walkout at Lufthansa starting on Monday in an ongoing dispute over retirement benefits after a weekend of train strikes.

  • Japan Rolls Out 'Long-Held Dream' With First Commercial Jet in 50 Years

    Japan Rolls Out 'Long-Held Dream' With First Commercial Jet in 50 Years

    To the sound of drums and a children's choir, Mitsubishi Aircraft on Saturday rolled out Japan's first commercial jet in half a century, amid doubts it can attain an ambition to sell more than 2,000 aircraft in a competitive market segment.

  • Japan to Unveil First Passenger Jet in Four Decades

    Japan to Unveil First Passenger Jet in Four Decades

    The first made-in-Japan passenger aircraft in nearly four decades is being unveiled on Saturday as its maker pushes into the booming regional jet sector with an eye to taking on industry giants Embraer and Bombardier.

  • Lawsuit Seeks to Stop Boeing, SpaceX Work on NASA Space Taxi

    Lawsuit Seeks to Stop Boeing, SpaceX Work on NASA Space Taxi

    Privately owned Sierra Nevada Corp filed a federal lawsuit to stop NASA work on newly awarded space taxi development contracts while a bid protest is under way, the company's vice president said on Thursday.

  • Airbus to Surpass 1,000 Net Orders After IndiGo Deal

    Airbus to Surpass 1,000 Net Orders After IndiGo Deal

    Airbus looks set to exceed 1,000 net orders this year after securing a provisional deal with Indian carrier IndiGo for 250 revamped A320neo jets, its sales chief said on Wednesday.

  • IndiGo to Buy 250 Planes for $25.5 Billion in Largest-Ever Order for Airbus

    IndiGo to Buy 250 Planes for $25.5 Billion in Largest-Ever Order for Airbus

    Indian budget carrier IndiGo has agreed to buy 250 single-aisle A320neo aircraft from Airbus SA, the companies said on Wednesday, potentially marking the largest number of jets ever sold by the European planemaker in a single order.

  • In US, Flight Turns Nightmare as Walls of Plane Start Coming Apart

    In US, Flight Turns Nightmare as Walls of Plane Start Coming Apart

    It was panic stations on board a Dallas-bound American Airlines on Monday, when the inside walls of the aircraft started coming apart with a ripping noise.

  • British Airways Adds Boeing 787 Dreamliner on Chennai-London Route

    British Airways Adds Boeing 787 Dreamliner on Chennai-London Route

    Commemorating its 90th year of service in India, British Airways would induct another Boeing 787 Dreamliner in its service on the Chennai-London route, a top official said on Monday.

  • Nasa Directs Boeing, SpaceX to Begin Work on Space Taxis

    Nasa Directs Boeing, SpaceX to Begin Work on Space Taxis

    Last month, Nasa had asked Boeing and SpaceX to suspend work in response to a protest filed with the US Government Accountability Office.

  • Families of MH17 Victims to Seek Damages from Dutch State: Lawyer

    Families of MH17 Victims to Seek Damages from Dutch State: Lawyer

    Dutch relatives of victims of Malaysia Airlines MH17, downed over Ukraine in July, will hold the Dutch government liable for damages for its handling of the aftermath of the crash, a lawyer representing families said on Friday.

  • Airlines Fly the Skies on a Sugar High

    Airlines Fly the Skies on a Sugar High

    Renewable bio-jet fuels like farnesane hold the elusive promise of better energy security, reduced carbon emissions and lower fuel costs - an increasingly pressing concern as international regulators prepare to tighten regulations.

  • Blown Tires Stop Takeoff at Los Angeles Airport

    Blown Tires Stop Takeoff at Los Angeles Airport

    A pair of tires blew out on an Aeromexico jetliner carrying 129 passengers and six crew members as it was getting ready to take off from Los Angeles International Airport early on Saturday, forcing the pilot to stop the plane but causing no injuries.

  • Multiple Inquiries For 'Dummy Grenade' Found on PM's Stand-By Plane

    Multiple Inquiries For 'Dummy Grenade' Found on PM's Stand-By Plane

    Multiple inquiries are determining how a dummy grenade used during a security drill was left behind on a plane that was reportedly on stand-by to fly Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the United States last week.

  • With Huge Search Area Mapped, MH370 Hunt Resuming

    With Huge Search Area Mapped, MH370 Hunt Resuming

    After a four-month hiatus, the hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is about to resume in a desolate stretch of the Indian Ocean, with searchers lowering new equipment deep beneath the waves in a bid to finally solve one of the world's most perplexi...

  • India a Great Place to Invest: General Electric CEO Immelt

    India a Great Place to Invest: General Electric CEO Immelt

    General Electric chief executive Jeffrey Immelt described India as a great place to invest and that the US conglomerate is looking to make more investments in the country after he met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday.

  • PM Modi's US Breakfast Meet: American Corporates Keen on India Opportunities

    PM Modi's US Breakfast Meet: American Corporates Keen on India Opportunities

    Bullish on opportunities in India, top US corporates including Boeing, IBM and BlackRock on Monday expressed their keenness to strengthen engagements with the country during their meetings with Prime Minister Narendra Modi who promised a friendlier b...

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