Saudi Arabia Receives Its First Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner

Saudi Arabia Receives Its First Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner

The national flag carrier of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (SAUDIA) has just welcomed home it’s first Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner. Saudi Fleet As the largest aircraft in Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner family of jets, the new 787-10 will complete SAUDIA’s fleet of 13 Boeing...
Boeing’s EcoDemonstrator Phase With 777

Boeing’s EcoDemonstrator Phase With 777

The latest iteration of Boeing’s ecoDemonstrator program will use a 777 airliner to serve as a flying test bed for some 50 projects this year, the company announced Monday. During this latest phase of the ecoDemonstrator program. Boeing plans to test technologies...
Boeing 737 is So Low to the Ground, Why?

Boeing 737 is So Low to the Ground, Why?

The Boeing 737 is one of the most iconic narrowbodies in the sky. Since the late 1960s, the aircraft has flown for an incredible number of airlines and has seen many subsequent generations. However, despite numerous technological and comfort improvements, the 737 has...
No Max Effect on Boeing Deal!

No Max Effect on Boeing Deal!

The events surrounding the Boeing 737 Max will not influence “in any way, shape or form” Boeing’s commitment and resources to close the transaction with Embraer on the joint venture for the commercial aviation business, according to Embraer Commercial Aviation...
More than 300 Boeing 737 jets may have faulty wing parts

More than 300 Boeing 737 jets may have faulty wing parts

FAA says more than 300 Boeing 737 jets may have faulty wing parts Boeing has informed the FAA that certain 737NG and 737MAX leading edge slat tracks may have been improperly manufactured and may not meet all applicable regulatory requirements for strength and...
Why We Are Excited For The Boeing 777X

Why We Are Excited For The Boeing 777X

With the first Boeing 777X now rumored to be taking a test flight on June 26th. The aviation industry is becoming more excited by the minute about this latest release by Boeing. But what’s so good about the plane. Last week, Boeing said that the first test flight of...
The Boeing 767X – The Inverted 747 that was never engineered

The Boeing 767X – The Inverted 747 that was never engineered

The Boeing 767X was between a Boeing 747 and a Boeing 767. It had 2 decks and carried three hundred passengers. It had been the proper compromise that might haven’t flown. However if it had been engineered by Boeing, would it not are successful? Let’s explore...
Boeing 727 Hotel Suite Jjets Out of The Jungle in Costa Rica

Boeing 727 Hotel Suite Jjets Out of The Jungle in Costa Rica

For $260 a night, you can stay in this Boeing 727 airplane-turned-hotel suite perched 50 feet high in Costa Rica — take a look inside Cruising over the costa rican jungle’s lush landscape, the ‘phoenix’ suite at the costa verde hotel offers guests a private stay...