Why The Boeing 787 Has Dimmable Windows

The Boeing 787 ‘Dreamliner’ is an exciting aircraft that has helped set several precedents for the future of flying. For example, its high efficiency has helped to catalyze the recent trend among... Read more »

US In Discussions With China Over Boeing 737 MAX Approval

The 737 MAX is making a steady return to service around the world, with airlines in the US, Europe and more reactivating fleets and taking deliveries of new aircraft. But there is... Read more »

How Much Is A Boeing 717-200 Worth In 2021?

The 717-200 is one of the quiet achievers in the Boeing stable. The aircraft was originally built by McDonnell Douglas and called the MD-95. McDonnell Douglas merged with Boeing in 1997, and... Read more »

27 Years Ago The Boeing 777 Made Its First Flight

Yesterday marked the 27th anniversary of the Boeing 777’ss first flight. This twinjet allowed Boeing to fill the gap in its portfolio between its existing 747 and 767 designs in terms of... Read more »

Boeing Has Had Net Positive Orders For Four Consecutive Months

Boeing grew its net order book by 20 planes in May as the aircraft manufacturer posted its fourth consecutive month of net positive orders. Boeing took orders for 73 aircraft across May,... Read more »

How Much Is A Boeing 747-8 Worth In 2021?

While the Boeing 747-400 was a massive hit with the aviation industry, its younger sister, the 747-8, didn’t do so well. Just three airlines operate passenger versions of the latest jumbo jet... Read more »

Air Force Two Returns To Andrews With Technical Issue

Vice President Kamala Harris was due to fly a Boeing 757 to Guatemala on Sunday for official government business. However, her aircraft had to return to Joint Base Andrews (JBA) after the... Read more »

Boeing Partners With Alaska Airlines For Latest ecoDemonstrator

Boeing has revealed the latest chapter in its ecoDemonstrator program, running since 2012. The American manufacturer is partnering with Alaska Airlines to test roughly 20 new technologies on a Boeing 737 MAX... Read more »

Boeing Wants To Go Back To Pre-Pandemic 787 Production Rates

Manufacturing juggernaut Boeing is currently producing its 787 ‘Dreamliner’ family at a lower rate than normal. The challenges of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic have not been the only factor in this. Indeed,... Read more »

Air Force Two Boeing 757s Won’t Be Replaced

The US government has decided not to replace its fleet of modified Boeing 757s. Typically known by the callsign ‘Air Force Two,’ these aircraft are used to transport the current Vice President,... Read more »