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We are the world’s largest aerospace company and leading provider of commercial airplanes, defense, space and security systems, and global services. Building on a legacy of aerospace leadership, Boeing continues to lead in technology and innovation, deliver for its customers, and invest in its people and future growth.

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Communications

Boeing to prepare Navy P-8A Poseidon multi-mission aircraft for Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) SATCOM

MUOS is a UHF communications system that operates at frequencies from 300 MHz to 3 GHz and is replacing the legacy UHF Follow-On (UFO) system.
Sensors

Boeing to provide Air Force with laser-guided JDAM smart munitions that add inertial and GPS guidance

JDAM uses guidance from an integrated inertial guidance system coupled to a Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver to give JDAM extended range.
Uncrewed

Navy asks Boeing to build another two developmental MQ-25 unmanned aerial tanker aircraft and avionics

The MQ-25 is the U.S. Navy's first carrier-based unmanned aircraft and is designed to provide a much-needed carrier aircraft refueling capability.
Uncrewed

Boeing Insitu to build RQ-21A and ScanEagle unmanned aircraft and sensor payloads in $84.5 million deal

The RQ-21 Blackjack twin-boom single-engine monoplane UAV for surveillance and reconnaissance can be launched and recovered without runways.
Sensors

Boeing to build MH-47G special operations helicopters with sophisticated avionics for covert operations

The MH-47G is an advanced heavy-lift helicopter that is operated by the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (SOAR) at Fort Campbell, Ky.
Uncrewed

Navy asks Boeing to build two more MQ-25 unmanned tanker aircraft in preparation for carrier deployment

The MQ-25 aerial refueling tanker is the U.S. Navy's first operational carrier-based unmanned aircraft and is designed to provide refueling capability.
Sensors

Boeing to build 17 new F/A-18 Super Hornet jet fighter-bombers, sensors, and avionics in $1.4 billion deal

The Super Hornet has active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar, large cockpit displays, and the joint helmet mounted cuing system.
Communications

Boeing set to build 12th wideband satellite communications (SATCOM) spacecraft for high-data-rate links

WGS is the successor to the Defense Satellite Communications System-III, and is the backbone of U.S. military global satellite communications.
Sensors

Boeing to build 17 P-8A maritime patrol planes with advanced radar, processors, and electro-optical sensors

The P-8A Poseidon will have the CAE magnetic anomaly detection (MAD) system, and eventually may use air-deployable unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
Computers

Boeing and Honeywell to continue installing multicore processor upgrades in F-15 jet fighter avionics

Boeing is the F-15 prime systems integrator, while the ADCP II multicore flight computer comes from the Honeywell Inc. Aerospace segment in Phoenix.

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Communications

Special Forces order refurbished MH-47G combat helicopters from Boeing with digital glass cockpit avionics

The MH-47G is an advanced heavy-lift helicopter that is operated by the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (SOAR) at Fort Campbell, Ky.
Sensors

Air Force asks Boeing for 15 new KC-46A aerial tanker planes, avionics, and navigation in $2.3 billion deal

The multirole KC-46A aerial refueling and strategic military transport aircraft can refuel compatible U.S., allied, and coalition military aircraft.
Computers

Navy asks Boeing to mitigate parts obsolescence on early models of the MQ-25 unmanned aerial refueler

The MQ-25 aerial refueling tanker is the U.S. Navy's first operational carrier-based unmanned aircraft to provide a much-needed refueling capability.
Commercial Aerospace

Boeing projects Southeast Asia commercial air fleet to quadruple in the next 20 years

Fleet will grow 6.9% annually, twice the global rate, tied to low-cost carrier expansion.
Xluuv 4 Oct 2023
Uncrewed

Navy taps Boeing, Lockheed Martin to support and upgrade extra-large long-endurance unmanned underwater subs

Extra-large UUVs typically are autonomous mini-submarines that measure about seven feet in diameter for launch from shore or from large military ships.
Cabo Verde Airlines in Praia, Cape Verde, took delivery of the carrier's first Boeing 737 MAX jet in July. Boeing projects the need for more than a thousand aircraft to accommodate a boom in travel in and from the continent. Boeing image.
Commercial Aerospace

Boeing forecasts Africa's commercial jet fleet to double in the next 20 years

Aircraft manufacturer also predicts intra-continental air travel to quadruple in the same period.
Japan Super Interceptor 11 Sept 2023
Sensors

Boeing to integrate BAE Systems electronic warfare (EW) avionics aboard upgraded Japan F-15 jet fighter

Japan Super Interceptor (JSI) helps Japan upgrade F-15 combat aircraft to fight effectively alongside Japan's fleet of F-35 joint strike fighters.
The X-66A is the X-plane specifically aimed at helping the United States achieve the goal of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. To build the X-66A, Boeing will work with NASA to modify an MD-90 aircraft, shortening the fuselage and replacing its wings and engines. The resulting demonstrator aircraft will have long, thin wings with engines mounted underneath and a set of aerodynamic trusses for support. The design, which Boeing submitted for NASA’s Sustainable Flight Demonstrator project, is known as a Transonic Truss-Braced Wing. NASA image.
Commercial Aerospace

Boeing takes delivery of MD-90 jet to be modified into NASA X-66A experimental aircraft

The X-66A is NASA's first experimental plane focused on helping the U.S. achieve its goal of net-zero aviation greenhouse gas emissions.
Sky Grid Drone Central Press Release 2x
Uncrewed

SkyGrid announces UAS management tech launches on Android OS

SkyGrid is a joint venture between artificial intelligence technology company SparkCognition in Austin, Texas and The Boeing Company in Arlington, Virginia.
NASA and Boeing unveiled the new X-66A livery at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh. Boeing image.
Commercial Aerospace

U.S. airlines to support NASA-Boeing sustainable flight demo project

Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines and United Airlines will provide input on operational efficiencies, maintenance, handling characteristics...
Rq 21 21 July 2023
Computers

Navy orders 24 unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and 62 sensor payloads in $32 million deal to Boeing Insitu

RQ-21A Blackjack's payload bays can be customized with visible-light and infrared cameras, communications, and tools to gather situational awareness.
Boeing's Everett, Wash. site. Boeing photo.
Home

Boeing and Intel to collaborate on advanced microelectronics for aerospace

Teams to collaborate on ultra-small components that enable autonomy and more secure computing.
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Commercial Aerospace

Honeywell aircraft aux power upgrade reduces fuel consumption and carbon emissions

An auxiliary power unit (APU) is a piece of aircraft equipment that provides electrical power and air conditioning while the plane is on the ground to ensure increased passenger...
The X-66A is the X-plane specifically aimed at helping the United States achieve the goal of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. To build the X-66A, Boeing will work with NASA to modify an MD-90 aircraft, shortening the fuselage and replacing its wings and engines. The resulting demonstrator aircraft will have long, thin wings with engines mounted underneath and a set of aerodynamic trusses for support. The design, which Boeing submitted for NASA’s Sustainable Flight Demonstrator project, is known as a Transonic Truss-Braced Wing. Credits: NASA
Home

Next-gen experimental aircraft becomes NASA’s newest 'X-plane'

The X-66A is the first X-plane specifically focused on helping the United States achieve the goal of net-zero aviation greenhouse gas emissions, which was articulated in the White...
Members of the new Cascade User Community attend a demo of the data modeling tool. Boeing publicly launched Cascade today in support of aviation’s net zero goal. Photo credit: Boeing.
Commercial Aerospace

Boeing releases climate impact model to examine fuel life cycles

Data modeling also measures airplane fleet renewal, operational efficiency, renewable energy sources, future aircraft and market-based measures as pathways to decarbonization....
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Commercial Aerospace

Boeing to assess 19 technologies on its demonstrator aircraft

Boeing will use first Boeing ecoDemonstrator Explorer, a 787-10 Dreamliner, to partner with four countries on operational efficiency testing.
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Commercial Aerospace

FAA seeks methodology to flag abnormal engine vibrations and broadband signatures

The FAA is seeking a contractor to evaluate engine vibration and broadband signatures obtained during development and certification testing and in-service operations in order ...
E 7 A 16 March 2023
Sensors

Air Force picks Boeing to design future E-7A radar surveillance aircraft for combat air traffic control

E-7A will have the multi-role electronically scanned array (MESA) radar from the Northrop Grumman Corp. Electronic Systems segment in Linthicum, Md.
Boeing Sustainable Aviation Fuel Truck
Commercial Aerospace

Boeing doubles its SAF purchase from 2022 to fuel commercial operations

SAF is certified for commercial use and can currently be blended up to 50% with traditional jet fuel without modifications to airplanes, engines or fueling infrastructure.
Boeing And Air India
Commercial Aerospace

Air India inks deal for up to 290 Boeing and 250 Airbus aircraft in gigantic order

Over the next decade, India is projected to grow to have the largest population in the world.
Kc 46 31 Jan 2023
Sensors

Boeing to integrate 15 KC-46A aerial refueling jet aircraft, avionics, and electronic warfare (EW) systems

The KC-46 aircraft, based on the Boeing 767-200 widebody passenger jet, can refuel all U.S., allied, and coalition military aircraft.
NASA
Spectrolab, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Boeing, built the solar cells that will power the Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) mission.
Home

Boeing's solar cells to power Earth surface survey satellite

Spectrolab, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Boeing, provided the solar array of 3,360 cells across six panels .
Japan Kc 46 A 2 Dec 2022
Sensors

Boeing to build two new KC-46A aerial refueling aircraft and avionics for Japan in $398.2 million order

The KC-46A is based on the Boeing 767-200 widebody passenger jet. The multirole aerial tanker can refuel U.S., allied, and coalition military aircraft.
Orca Xluuv 9 Nov 2022g
Uncrewed

Boeing moves forward on Navy long-endurance unmanned underwater vehicle project for special warfare missions

The Orca XLUUV will have well-defined interfaces for affordable future upgrades to capitalize on advances in technology and respond to threat changes.
Triton 9 Nov 2022
Sensors

Navy orders amplifier chassis from Argon ST for signals intelligence (SIGINT) Triton unmanned aircraft

The Integrated Functional Capability (IFC) 4.0 version of the Triton offers SIGINT capability to match that of the Navy's EP-3 manned SIGINT aircraft.
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Aeroflot Airbus A320 VQ-BKU departure at Almaty International Airport, Kazakhstan.
Commercial Aerospace

Russia’s aviation industry defies sanctions to remain airborne

Domestic air travel rebounds as worries over safety rise, Sylvia Pfeifer reports for the Financial Times.
F 15 19 Oct 2022
Computers

Boeing to install Honeywell avionics computers aboard Air Force F-15 combat jets in $7.5 million order

Boeing is the prime systems integrator for the F-15 combat jet, while the ADCP II computer comes from the Honeywell Inc. Aerospace segment in Phoenix.
Ia Image Hires
Commercial Aerospace

Boeing announces All Nippon Airways as the launch customer for its new Insight Accelerator

The digital solution uses artificial intelligence to identify and address issues before they happen.
Ea 18 G 21 Sept 2022
Computers

Boeing to procure final 51 mission computer systems for EA-18G electronic warfare (EW) aircraft avionics

The AMC Type 4, which first was flight tested in 2012, increases computing power and accelerates the Growler's image and mission processing functions.
Kc 46 19 Sept 2022
Sensors

Boeing team to provide 15 KC-46 aerial tanker aircraft, avionics, auxiliary power, and integrated displays

The KC-46 aircraft is based on the Boeing 767-200 widebody passenger jet, and can refuel all U.S. and allied military aircraft.