Boeing

  • Africa & World

    Air Tanzania buys three new planes from Boeing

    US aerospace giant Boeing announced on Tuesday, at the Dubai Air Show, that Air Tanzania had ordered three passenger and one freighter aircraft from it. The aircraft comprise one Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner widebody airliner, one 767-300 Freighter and two 737 MAX single-aisle airliners. The contract is worth, at list prices, more than US$726-million. Air Tanzania is the national flag carrier…

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  • Companies

    Boeing 737 Max is back. Is the world ready for it?

    The US Federal Aviation Administration was expected to finally approve the Max to resume commercial flights on Wednesday, about 20 months after a pair of fatal crashes forced regulators around the globe to ground the once top-selling jet. European regulators are expected to follow suit in coming weeks. This is a major milestone for Boeing and a turning point for…

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