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Old September 18th, 2013, 11:29 PM   #201
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Boeing has updated it's price list, that can be found on their website.
http://www.boeing.com/boeing/commercial/prices/


Apart from higher prices the biggest change is that they dropped the 767-200 and the 767-400 from the list, but added the 767-2CFX a commercial freighter version of the KC-46 tanker. Boeing has not made a public announcement of this version of the 767 yet, they will probably do when they announce the 1st orders. This could take some time in the current freight market. But who knows, a UPS or DHL airlines could always place an order to replace the older planes in their fleet.




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Boeing also announced today that they will be closing their last assembly facility in Long Beach, California in 2015 after the last C-17 Globemaster III is delivered. This is currently the last remaining McDonnell Douglas factory of this kind that Boeing is still using to assemble planes.

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LONG BEACH, Calif., Sept. 18, 2013 -- Boeing [NYSE: BA] will complete production of the C-17 Globemaster III and close the C-17 final assembly facility in Long Beach, Calif. in 2015.

"Ending C-17 production was a very difficult but necessary decision," said Dennis Muilenburg, president and chief executive officer of Boeing Defense, Space & Security. "We want to thank the highly skilled and talented employees who have built this great airlifter for more than two decades– and those who will help us as we continue to build the remaining 22 aircraft and support and modernize the global fleet for decades to come. The C-17 remains the world's most capable airlifter with unmatched readiness and cost effectiveness."

Boeing will continue after-delivery support of the worldwide C-17 fleet as part of the C-17 Globemaster III Integrated Sustainment Program (GISP) Performance-Based Logistics agreement. The GISP "virtual fleet" arrangement provides the highest airlift mission-capable rate at one of the lowest costs per flying hour.

"Our customers around the world face very tough budget environments. While the desire for the C-17's capabilities is high, budgets cannot support additional purchases in the timing required to keep the production line open," Muilenburg added. "What's more, here in the United States the sequestration situation has created significant planning difficulties for our customers and the entire aerospace industry. Such uncertainty forces difficult decisions like this C-17 line closure. We will continue to make tough but necessary decisions to drive affordability and preserve our ability to invest for the future."
http://boeing.mediaroom.com/2013-09-...er-III-in-2015
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Old September 21st, 2013, 01:26 AM   #202
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Sad news for those of us who worked on the Boeing C17!
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Old April 10th, 2014, 09:48 AM   #203
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Boeing has launched its new Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) MAX family of aircraft after securing the first order from an undisclosed customer. The order includes one BBJ MAX 8, which is based on 737 MAX 8.

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Old November 22nd, 2014, 03:13 PM   #204
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Old November 22nd, 2014, 03:17 PM   #205
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Does anyone know what happened to the boeing 767 N&D thread?
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I'm thinking of combining the B767 with the B777 thread (since it is a wide-bodied aircraft), and the B757 may be combined with the B737 (since it is a narrow-bodied aircraft as well). I've been consolidating old (sometimes dead) and newer (more active) threads lately... And thank you for noting that for me.
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Old November 22nd, 2014, 11:38 PM   #207
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Good idea. I was thinking until production of the 767 had just been discontinued by Boeing. Anyway let's hope so for the new thread.
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The 757 and 767 were developed together, it makes more sense to open a new joined thread for these 2 types.
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The problem for that one is that, while many of them are still in operation, both aircraft types have their production lines discontinued... it will mostly be useful then for airline news and photos. I will look though for those aircraft threads and merge them together if I can.
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I've decided to rename an existing B757 thread to become...

BOEING | 757 and 767 News and Developments

That way, all of the operational Boeing passenger and freight aircraft are covered.
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Boeing KC-46A Tanker Prototype.

Boeing KC-46A prototype seen with refueling boom and wing pods attached. by Woodys Aeroimages, on Flickr

Boeing KC-46A prototype seen with refueling boom and wing pods attached. by Woodys Aeroimages, on Flickr
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Worlds First B787 To Be Painted In Star Alliance Livery By Air India At Milan - Malpensa (MXP / LIMC)
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McDonnell 220 Business Jet Promo Film - 1959

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Nice promo film, too bad they weren't able to sell to any costumer. Making this one in the video the only one they ever built of this type.
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Boeing 707-123B


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N7526A (cn 18054/140) Seen on a pre-delivery flight in 1961, this 707-123B had first flown on 22 June 1960 but had been retained for tests. Accepted by American on 25 May 1961 and sold in July 1978. This is the short fuselage version of the 707. Obtained from Boeing 50 years ago.
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GKN Aerospace to build SkyView Window for Boeing Business Jets!!

Fokker Services and GKN Aerospace have developed a new SkyView Window for converted Boeing Business Jets.
The SkyView window will be the first of its kind to be certified for the business aviation segment.

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Home Products & Services Company A - Z Projects Features Videos White Papers News Events Advertise With Us Report Store Boeing receives four BBJ MAX 8 orders from Asia and Middle East customers

Latest Update: Boeing Business Jets has received orders for four new BBJ MAX 8 airplanes from undisclosed customers in Middle East and Asia.

Three planes from the newly received order will be delivered to Middle East customers and one BBJ MAX 8 will be delivered to an Asian customer.

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Actor John Travolta's privately-owned Boeing 707-138B painted in a vintage Qantas livery

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Statistical Summary of Commercial Jet Airplane Accidents

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Boeing awards $200m worth of space contracts to six US companies

Aerospace company Boeing has awarded contracts worth a total of $200m to six small businesses, which will provide products and services to the International Space Station (ISS). Nasa has selected Boeing as prime contractor for the ISS.



Selected under the Boeing Engineering and Technical Support Service programme, the companies will provide expertise in several areas such as engineering, information technology, software development and mission assurance support. The selected companies include S&K Global Solutions; Barrios Technology; ALATEC; Summit Technologies & Solutions; RVMTI JV; and All Points Logistics.

Contracts include the period of performance from October to September 2020.
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