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Royal Brunei Airlines has ordered four 787 Dreamliners to revitalise its wide-body fleet

Boeing receives 787 Dreamliner order from Royal Brunei Airlines

Boeing has announced that Royal Brunei Airlines has ordered four 787 Dreamliners to revitalise its wide-body fleet. The selection of the 787-9 aligns with Royal Brunei Airlines’ focus on long-term growth, sustainability and enhancing passenger comfort. Sabirin bin Haji Abdul Hamid, CEO of Royal Brunei Airlines, emphasized the significance of the forthcoming 787-9 Dreamliner, describing …

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Boeing faces potential delays in 737 MAX deliveries amidst new production glitches

Boeing, the beleaguered US aircraft manufacturer, may encounter further setbacks in delivering its popular 737 MAX planes as a supplier identified incorrectly drilled holes, prompting additional work on approximately 50 undelivered aircraft. Spirit AeroSystems, the supplier, uncovered two holes drilled inaccurately, causing Boeing’s stock to drop by 2.2%, with Spirit experiencing a 3.9% decline. This …

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Boeing reports fourth-quarter revenue of US$22.0 billion

Boeing announced fourth-quarter revenue totalling US$22.0 billion, with a GAAP loss per share of ($0.04) and a core loss per share (non-GAAP) of ($0.47). The company recorded an operating cash flow of US$3.4 billion and a free cash flow of US$3.0 billion (non-GAAP), showing improvement attributed to higher commercial volume and performance. Commercial Airplanes’ fourth-quarter …

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Boeing abandons safety exemption request, casting doubt on 737 MAX 7 certification timeline

Boeing announced on Monday, January 29, that it is retracting its request for a crucial safety exemption, potentially hindering US regulators’ efforts to expedite the certification process for the upcoming 737 MAX 7. This move comes as a repercussion of the ongoing crisis surrounding the aircraft manufacturer. In the wake of a distressing mid-air cabin …

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Boeing grants approved supplier status to Newbow Aerospace

Newbow Aerospace, a prominent UK manufacturer specialising in aviation ground support equipment, has reached new heights in its extraordinary year of expansion by securing approved supplier status from Boeing. As demand surged for tailor-made ground support equipment, catering to over 300 airline, airport and MRO clients worldwide, setting a company record for the Redditch-based enterprise, …

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Boeing named Admiral Kirkland H. Donald as special advisor to Boeing President and CEO Dave Calhoun

Boeing names independent advisor to lead quality review

Effective immediately, Boeing has appointed Admiral Kirkland H. Donald, U.S. Navy (Ret.), as a special advisor to Boeing’s President and CEO, Dave Calhoun. Admiral Donald, along with a team of external experts, will conduct a comprehensive evaluation of Boeing’s quality management system for commercial airplanes. This assessment will encompass quality programmes and practices within Boeing’s …

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LATAM group orders five additional Boeing 787 Dreamliners

LATAM group (LATAM) has announced an order for five more Boeing 787 Dreamliners to continue advancing its commitment to be more efficient and sustainable. The purchase ranks the South American airline group as the largest operators of Dreamliners in Latin America. With this order, together with the already scheduled deliveries of this model in the …

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