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  • Exxon to Wal-Mart Flying G650 Turn Jet Into Status Symbol

    Ed Dahlberg got 40 calls in one day when he put a Gulfstream G650 up for sale in February. That’s unusual for a private jet -- especially when the asking price tops the $64.5 million on the sticker.

  • Dreamliner Fire Spurs Orders to Check Jetliner Beacons

    Airlines are being told by regulators in Canada, Japan and Europe to check most Boeing Co. and Airbus SAS jets for wiring faults in emergency beacons as the probe continues into a July 12 fire on a 787 Dreamliner.

  • Dreamliner Fire Spurs Orders to Check Jetliner Beacons

    Airlines are being told by regulators in the U.S., Canada, Japan and Europe to check most Boeing Co. and Airbus SAS jets for wiring faults in emergency beacons amid the probe into a July 12 fire on a 787 Dreamliner.

  • Boeing Dodges Risk With Labor Peace Spanning Jets’ Debuts

    Boeing Co. will be able to develop new versions of its best-selling jets without the threat of production-halting strikes after its largest union accepted a contract extension through 2024.

  • Boeing Tantalizes Governors Bidding for 777X Production

    Governors of more than a dozen states are rushing to offer incentives such as subsidized training and infrastructure to convince Boeing Co. to move production of its new 777X jetliner out of Washington, where union members rejected a labor contract that froze pensions.

  • Boeing Spurned as South Korea Plans New Tender for Jet Fighters

    South Korea said it would hold a new tender for 60 fighter jets after rejecting Boeing Co.’s bid for the 8.3 trillion-won ($7.7 billion) contract over concerns the F-15SE wasn’t advanced enough to counter North Korea’s nuclear threat.

  • Boeing Names Muilenburg COO to Line Up Cost-Cutting No. 2

    Dennis Muilenburg, whose promotion yesterday put him in line to be Boeing Co.’s next chief executive officer, spent the last four years drafting strategy on the fly as U.S. budget cuts squeezed the $33 billion defense and space unit he headed.

  • Boeing 787 in Japan Probed on Smoke Seen During Repairs

    Japan Airlines Co. is investigating what caused a battery on a Boeing Co. 787 Dreamliner to smoke during preflight maintenance, a year after a fire on one of the carrier’s jets helped spur the grounding of the global fleet.

  • Boeing Names Muilenburg COO to Line Up Cost-Cutting No. 2

    Dennis Muilenburg, whose promotion yesterday put him in line to be Boeing Co.’s next chief executive officer, spent the last four years drafting strategy on the fly as U.S. budget cuts squeezed the $33 billion defense and space unit he headed.

  • Boeing Risks $5 Billion in Revenue on 787 Probe’s Outcome

    As government regulators investigate Boeing Co.’s 787 Dreamliner and company engineers search for solutions, investors and analysts are grappling with the bottom- line question: How much will the plane’s grounding cost?

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