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The 80 percent duty comes on top of duties of nearly 220 percent announced last month.
Boeing chiefs say the deal is a move to align itself with future trends in aviation technology.
The all-electric buses tooling around Seattle are more of a model than Elon Musk’s electric cars.
A final report calls failure to find Flight 370 “societally unacceptable in the modern aviation era.”
But not everything has gone Boeing’s way. The Export-Import Bank still isn’t open for business.
“You are giving your real competitors an excuse to say, ‘If the U.S. can do this, we can do it.’”
Meanwhile, the Commerce Department plans to impose a 219 percent tariff on Canadian-made jetliners.
They do drills at Paine Field every three years. With airlines coming soon, this one was different.
The Commerce Department suggested the tariffs could be as high as 219 percent.
“It went from a Model T Ford to a deluxe Cadillac.”
Experts expect the company to make a formal 797 launch decision no later than next year.
Qatar Airways gets its first 747-8 freighter and orders four 777-300s.
The special Boeing 737-400s carry cargo in the middle of the plane and 72 passengers in the rear.
Hackers use fake domain names so it looks like messages are from Boeing Co. or defense contractors.
Certification milestones have been missed, and problems have emerged in flight test, a source says.
Boeing had petitioned the U.S. to investigate government subsidies of Bombardier’s CSeries aircraft.
Risks of a head injury are greater if a drone falls on a person than if it runs into them flying.
“The coach on Amtrak is better than the first-class product on any domestic airplane.”
Boeing has just a handful of 777 delivery slots still to fill in 2019.
CEO Dennis Muilenburg says the company expects to start delivering more planes.