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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailWe need to 'convene' finance, energy, aviation and policy: Boeing CSOChris Raymond, Boeing's chief sustainability officer, says that's in order to "find a way to derisk this enough for everybody."
Persons: Chris Raymond Organizations: Boeing
State-owned Motor Sich is Ukraine's main manufacturer of aircraft and helicopter engines, including for some of the world's largest cargo planes. Many legacy Ukrainian defense companies will trigger "red flags" during the lengthy due diligence and compliance reviews conducted by Western defense companies, said one U.S. defense executive. A Motor Sich representative stopped by ITA's booth and spoke briefly about their company's capabilities, the spokesperson said. ROOTING OUT CORRUPTIONZelenskiy has made rebuilding Ukraine's defense and aerospace sector a top priority, which includes deeper investment in drone technology. While the talks in Washington later this week and last month's Dubai air-show contacts are potentially promising, the political realities that Western defense officials are grappling with could hinder any progress.
Persons: Gleb Garanich, Olexiy Nikiforov, Lockheed Martin, Pavlo Verkhniatsky, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, Korzh, Trump, Nikiforov, RTX, Northrop, Valerie Insinna, Joanna Plucinska, Tim Hepher, Jo Mason, Jane Merriman Organizations: Motor Sich, REUTERS, State, Sich, Reuters, Lockheed, White, U.S, Western, U.S . Department of Commerce, Dubai Air Show, Commerce Department's International Trade Administration, Boeing, Northrop Grumman, Republicans, Ukraine –, Thomson Locations: Ukrainian, Kyiv, Ukraine, WASHINGTON, Russia, China, Washington, U.S, Moscow, Zaporizhzhia, Dubai, Gaza, London
Sustainable aviation fuel, or SAF, is a type of alternative jet fuel that can curb carbon emissions by up to 80%. The main reason for the slow adoption is that it’s still more expensive – between 1.5 to 6 times pricier than regular jet fuel. Boeing is not out of the race either, but doesn’t see a hydrogen long-haul plane as around the corner. On medium- and long-haul flights, we don’t see it as a direct source of propulsion until 2040. We would need to see magnitude-order changes [in batteries] for us to consider those for long-haul flights.
Persons: , Gary Crichlow, Gökçin Çınar, Ryan Faucett, Alexandre Doumenjou, Andreas Schäfer, Britten, , Artemis, that’s, Boeing’s Faucett, “ You’re, Schäfer Organizations: CNN — Aviation, Boeing, , Aviation Environment Federation, SAF, Airbus, University of Michigan, CNN, Virgin Atlantic, University College London, Cranfield Aerospace, Norman, Engineers, NASA, Critchlow Locations: London, Bangkok, New York, California, ZeroAvia
An Alaska Airlines aircraft flies past the U.S. Capitol before landing at Reagan National Airport in Arlington, Virginia, U.S., January 24, 2022. It could be the latest in a string of challenges brought by President Joe Biden's Justice Department against airline deals it views as anticompetitive. Alaska Air Group 's executives spent months working on its plan to buy rival Hawaiian Airlines . The Alaska-Hawaiian and JetBlue-Spirit deals are different in approach, but the Alaska acquisition could still face hurdles with regulators. "We have very similar product offerings and we have very limited network overlap."
Persons: Joe Biden's, William Kovacic, Shane Tackett, Samuel Engel Organizations: Alaska Airlines, U.S, Capitol, Reagan National Airport, JetBlue, Joe Biden's Justice Department, Alaska Air Group, Hawaiian Airlines, Spirit, Virgin America, Airbus, Boeing, The, George Washington School of Law, Federal Trade Commission, CNBC, Boston University's Questrom School of Business, ICF Locations: Arlington , Virginia, U.S, The Alaska, Hawaii, Southwest, Asia, Delta, United, Alaska, anticompetitive, Pacific
In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailBoeing Defense CEO: We're in progress getting astronauts onboard StarlinerCNBCs Morgan Brennan sat down with Boeing Defense CEO Ted Colbert to discuss opportunities in the aerospace defense industry, government partnerships and much more.
Persons: CNBCs Morgan Brennan, Ted Colbert Organizations: Boeing Defense
Lufthansa Technik unveiled a cabin design for Boeing's newest business jet. The more than $400 million BBJ 777X was unveiled in 2018 and is expected to enter service in 2025. AdvertisementAhead of last month's Dubai Airshow, Lufthansa Technik AG unveiled a new luxury design for Boeing's upcoming BBJ 777-9 business jet. Boeing Business Jets is the company's private aviation arm and produces a line of private planes based on its commercial airliners, including the BBJ 737 MAX, the BBJ 787, and the upcoming BBJ 777X. Named the CelestialSTAR and primarily targeting Middle Eastern royal families, the long-awaited 777X design looks like a palace with a modern flair.
Persons: Organizations: Lufthansa Technik, Service, Dubai, Lufthansa Technik AG, Boeing Business Jets
Airbus secured a single order for its worst-selling A330-800neo widebody airliner this year. In April, a single order for the A330-800neo was quietly added to Airbus' order book from an undisclosed customer. A Uganda Airlines Airbus A330-800neo. Air Greenland's Airbus A330-800neo. The few carriers that fly the A330-800 have sung its praisesA Kuwait Airways Airbus A330-800neo.
Persons: , 800neo, Royce Trent, Thomas Pallini, Richard Aboulafia, Peter Ingram, Jacob Nitter Sørensen, intially, Maen Razouqi Organizations: Airbus, Airlines, Boeing, Service, Business, Uganda Airways, Kuwait Airways, Garuda, Air Greenland, Royce, Uganda Airlines Airbus, Air Greenland's Airbus, United Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, Kuwait Airways Airbus, Aviation, Uganda Airlines, JFK, Dulles International Locations: Garuda Indonesia, Air, Greenland, Kuwait, New York, Washington , DC
Editor’s Note: Sign up for Unlocking the World, CNN Travel’s weekly newsletter. Get the latest news in aviation, food and drink, where to stay and other travel developments. CNN —In travel news this week: the world’s leading destinations for neighborliness and tranquility, what’s trending in aircraft interiors and top picks for city getaways and Asian hotels. World’s most peaceful countriesWhat do Iceland, Denmark and Ireland have in common, other than being Northwestern European countries with oceanic climates and gorgeous, green landscapes shaped by ancient glaciers? That’s what’s promised by Lufthansa Technik’s new cabin design for the upcoming BBJ 777-9 — the private jet version of Boeing’s new widebody aircraft, the 777X.
Persons: Hong Kong’s, That’s what’s, doored, , Organizations: CNN, Northwestern, for Economics, Lufthansa, Geographic, Royal Caribbean Locations: getaways, Iceland, Denmark, Ireland, Hong Kong, Belfast, Northern Ireland, Lima, Samarkand, Uzbekistan, Cairo, Angeles
Many people have learned through viral social media posts that Delta Air Lines and Frontier Airlines' aircraft trading cards. AdvertisementMany people are finding out about aircraft trading cards from viral social media posts, but some enthusiasts have collected them for years. Frontier has its own trading cards and wants you to "collect them all"Frontier's trading cards feature facts about animals and the aircraft they're depicted on. JetBlue confirmed to BI that they no longer offer trading cards today, but the airline released a set of 15 different aircraft cards in 2011. "Our pilots don't carry trading cards on hand," a United spokesperson told BI.
Persons: , Taylor Rains, they're Organizations: Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, Delta, Business, Service, Boeing, Ebay, Frontier, Frontier Frontier, Frontier Airlines BI, JetBlue Airways, United Airlines, Spirit Airlines, American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, JetBlue, BI, United Locations: Virginia
HONOLULU (AP) — The U.S. Navy estimates it will cost $1.5 million to salvage a jet plane that crashed on a coral reef in Hawaii nearly two weeks ago, officials said Saturday. The Navy plans to use inflatable cylinders to lift and roll the jet plane off the reef where it crashed on Nov. 20. Hawaii state officials are due to examine the reef for damage once the plane is removed. The Navy considered floating the jet within range of a crane on the runway and then lifting the plane onto land. A separate crew from Whidbey Island has deployed to Hawaii to take over the squadron’s patrol missions near Hawaii.
Persons: Mohammad Issa, Kevin Lenox, Lenox Organizations: U.S . Navy, Saturday, Navy, Boeing, Marine Corps Base, Carrier Strike, Contractors, Hurricane Florence, Patrol Squadron Locations: HONOLULU, Hawaii, Honolulu, Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay, Banks, North Carolina, Hurricane, Whidbey, Washington
The estimated program cost is 10.4 billion Canadian dollars, of which just under 6 billion dollars is the purchase price of the planes. (The program cost includes weapons, training simulators, spare parts and renovations at the Air Force bases in British Columbia and Nova Scotia where the planes will be stationed.) As with the 1980s vintage CP-140 Aurora planes they will replace, the main duty of the newcomers will be tracking submarines. But, as is the case now, they will most likely perform a number of other tasks ranging from tracking drug smuggling in the Caribbean to monitoring pollution in Canada. In particular, they wanted it to consider a proposed marine surveillance plane from Montreal-based Bombardier.
Persons: , François, Doug Ford of, François Blanchet Organizations: Boeing, Air Force, Titan, Yves, Bloc, Bombardier Locations: British Columbia, Nova Scotia, Caribbean, Canada, United States, Britain, Germany, Norway, Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand, Quebec, Doug Ford of Ontario, Montreal
Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Friday: Stifel initiates Boeing at buy Stifel said it sees a "favorable" setup for Boeing shares. Citi downgrades Spotify to neutral from buy Citi said in its downgrade of Spotify that the risk/reward is less compelling. Jefferies initiates Arcos Dorados as a buy Jefferies said the Latin American McDonald's franchisee is a "consistent compounder." Jefferies initiates CSG Systems as buy Jefferies said in its initiation of the software-as-a-service company that it sees burgeoning growth. Jefferies initiates Amdocs as buy Jefferies said it sees opportunity for the Israel-based software and systems integration supplier. "
Persons: Stifel, TD Cowen, Morgan Stanley downgrades Alibaba, Morgan Stanley, it's, Alibaba, Tesla, Cantor Fitzgerald, Cantor, Jefferies, Piper Sandler, TXRH, Wells, Wells Fargo, Emerson, Oppenheimer, Goldman Sachs, Bonnie Herzog's, MarketWise, Redburn, Johnson Organizations: Boeing, Delta, Air Lines, Citi, Spotify, RBC, Western Alliance, Novo Nordisk, Arcos, American, Crescent Energy, Fortrea Holdings, ISI, Aspen Technology, Emerson, JPMorgan, Constellation Brands, Constellation, UBS, Bank of America, Norfolk Southern, of America, Norfolk, CSG Systems, Communication Service, Financial Services, Technology, Healthcare, Westinghouse, Johnson, Innovative Medicine, Pharmaceutical Locations: Europe, China, Arcos, 4Q24, reaccelerate, Aspen, Norfolk, Israel
A Boeing E-4B "Doomsday Plane" military aircraft takes off at Joint Base Andrews, in Maryland, U.S., May 11, 2022. The Air Force, which plans to award a SAOC contract in 2024, declined to comment on whether other firms had submitted bids. "We cannot discuss an active source selection and detailed program information is classified," an Air Force spokesperson said. "Rest assured, we haven't signed any fixed-price development contracts nor (do we) intend to," Brian West, Boeing's chief financial officer, said in October. The Air Force currently operates four E-4B aircraft with at least one on alert at all times.
Persons: Tom Brenner, haven't, Brian West, Valerie Insinna, Mike Stone, Marguerita Choy Organizations: Boeing, Joint Base Andrews, REUTERS, Rights, U.S . Air Force, Sierra Nevada Corp, Survivable Airborne Operations Center, The Air Force, Air Force, U.S, Pentagon, Thomson Locations: Maryland, U.S, Washington
CNN —Amazon just inked a deal with chief competitor and Elon Musk-helmed SpaceX to launch internet-beaming satellites — a move that comes even as Amazon founder Jeff Bezos pursues his own space dreams with his own rocket company, Blue Origin, and as SpaceX builds its own internet constellation. Some Amazon satellites will still ride on a large rocket made by Blue Origin, dubbed the New Glenn. Amazon is working to build a constellation of thousands of internet satellites, called Project Kuiper, that is planned to beam connectivity across the planet. The Jeff Bezos-founded company made headlines in April 2022 when it signed a contract worth billions of dollars to launch Kuiper satellites on 77 rockets built by Blue Origin — another Bezos-founded venture — as well as ULA and European launch provider Arianespace. In an interview last month, Rajeev Badyal, vice president of technology for Project Kuiper, told CNN the prototypes were wholly successful.
Persons: Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Musk, Glenn, it’s, SpaceX’s, Lockheed Martin, , , Amazon, Rajeev Badyal, Kuiper, ” Badyal, Badyal Organizations: CNN, SpaceX, Amazon, SpaceX Falcon, United Launch Alliance, Boeing, Lockheed, , Cleveland Bakers, Teamsters, Fund Locations: ULA, European
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Persons: It's, Ellington Organizations: Walmart, Costco, Ellington, Lease, Air Lease Corp, Boeing
It was reported by Politico in February that delivery wouldn't take place until later in 2023. Ukraine needs GLSDB to augment the limited number of 100-mile range ATACMS rockets the U.S. has sent. Because the contract to begin production of GLSDB was signed in March, according to a Pentagon statement to Reuters, delivery was forced towards year-end. The decision to send the long-range rocket, something the U.S. government hasn't purchased for itself, followed a proposal last summer from Boeing Co (BA.N) to U.S. commanders in Europe managing weapons for Ukraine. GLSDB is made jointly by Sweden's SAAB AB (SAABb.ST) and Boeing Co (BA.N).
Persons: GLSDB, hasn't, Mike Stone, Chizu Organizations: Pentagon, Boeing, Reuters, Politico, Mobility Artillery, Boeing Co, U.S, Sweden's SAAB, Thomson Locations: Ukraine, U.S, Russia, Europe, Washington
The Tesla (TSLA.O) CEO told advertisers who have fled his social media platform X over antisemitic content to "Go fuck yourself!" Several business communications analysts said they couldn't remember a similar case of an executive publicly cursing at their customers. Musk, Tesla and X did not respond to requests for comment. Musk apologized for it and then cursed and dismissed the concerns of the advertisers fleeing the platform. Cappelli said Musk wishes to see himself as a rock star, not a business leader who needs to take account of many constituencies.
Persons: Elon Musk, Porte, Gonzalo Fuentes, It's, Andy Challenger, Challenger, Michael O'Leary, Jim Hagedorn, Sam Zell, Musk, Yehuda Baruch, Baruch, Peter Cappelli, Cappelli, Ross Kerber, Lisa Shumaker Organizations: SpaceX, Tesla, Twitter, Viva Technology, Porte de, REUTERS, Ryanair, Boeing, Scotts Miracle, University of Southampton, University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, Thomson Locations: Paris, France
A Japan Coast Guard vessel and a helicopter conduct a search and rescue operation at the site where a U.S. military aircraft V-22 Osprey crashed into the sea off Yakushima Island, Kagoshima prefecture, Japan November 30, 2023, in this photo taken by Kyodo. The Japan Self-Defense Forces (SDF), which also operates Ospreys, will suspend flights of the transport aircraft until the circumstances of the incident are clarified, another senior defence ministry official said in parliament. A spokesperson for U.S. military forces in Japan did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The deployment of the aircraft in Japan has been controversial, with critics of the U.S. military presence in the southwest islands saying it is prone to accidents. The last fatal U.S. military aircraft crash in Japan was 2018, when a mid-air collision during a training exercise killed six people, according to the defence ministry.
Persons: Minoru Kihara, Witnesses, Chang, Ran Kim, Kantaro Komiya, Tim Kelly, John Geddie, Kim Coghill, Gerry Doyle Organizations: Japan Coast Guard, Kyodo, REUTERS Acquire, Rights, U.S . Air Force, U.S, Ospreys, Japan Self - Defense Forces, Boeing, Bell Helicopter, Marines, Navy, U.S . Marine Corps, Osprey, Thomson Locations: Kagoshima prefecture, Japan, U.S, Australia, Okinawa
A China Cargo flight suffered a right engine failure after a bird strike at JFK on Monday. After some repetition, the ATC was able to safely guide the Boeing 777 back to JFK. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. AdvertisementA Chinese cargo flight was forced to return to New York's JFK Airport shortly after takeoff on Monday after suffering a possible bird strike, the Federal Aviation Administration told Business Insider. With only one working engine, the cargo plane circled over the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Long Island, where it dumped fuel.
Persons: Organizations: China Cargo, JFK, ATC, Boeing, Service, New York's JFK, Federal Aviation Administration, Business, YouTube, VASAviation, PAN, FAA Locations: New, Shanghai, Long, JFK
A Boeing logo is seen at the company's technology and engineering center in Sao Jose dos Campos, Sao Paulo state, Brazil October 10, 2023. REUTERS/Gabriel Araujo/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsNov 29 (Reuters) - Canada is set to announce on Thursday a multi-billion dollar sole-source contract for Boeing Co’s (BA.N) P-8 Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft to replace the country’s military surveillance planes, a senior government source familiar with the matter told Reuters. An announcement would end months of speculation and follow a challenge from Canadian private planemaker Bombardier (BBDb.TO) which called for an open competition so it could submit a bid using its large-cabin Global business jets. A draft agreement between the governments of Canada and the United States for the sale of the Poseidon aircraft and associated training and equipment is set to expire on Thursday. Boeing declined comment on Wednesday.
Persons: Sao Jose dos Campos, Gabriel Araujo, Steve Scherer, Valerie Insinna, Allison Lampert, Chris Reese, Sonali Paul Organizations: Boeing, REUTERS, Reuters, Bombardier, CP, Aurora, Poseidon, Thomson Locations: Sao Jose, Sao Paulo state, Brazil, Canada, United States, Ottawa, Washington, Montreal
NEW YORK, Nov 29 (Reuters) - An Indian government official directed an unsuccessful plot to assassinate a Sikh separatist on U.S. soil, the U.S. Justice Department said on Wednesday, in announcing charges against a man accused of orchestrating the attempted murder. Prosecutors did not name the Indian official or the target. According to prosecutors, the official recruited Gupta in May 2023 to orchestrate the assassination. The Indian government has complained about the presence of Sikh separatist groups outside India, including in Canada and the United States. The groups have kept alive the movement for Khalistan, or the demand for an independent Sikh state to be carved out of India.
Persons: Nikhil Gupta, Gupta, Damian Williams, Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, Hardeep Singh Nijjar, Nijjar, Luc Cohen, Doina Chiacu, Susan Heavey, Chizu Nomiyama, Mark Porter, Daniel Wallis Organizations: Indian, U.S . Justice, New York City, Prosecutors, Biden, Administration, Air, Air India Boeing, Thomson Locations: U.S, Manhattan, New York, India, Czech, New York City, Washington, United States, New Delhi, Canada, India's Punjab, Vancouver, Air India
Prosecutors did not name the Indian official or the target, although they did describe the latter as a U.S. citizen of Indian origin. The Indian official is described in the related indictment as a "senior field officer" with responsibilities in "security management" and "intelligence" employed by the Indian government who "directed the plot from India." It was a "matter of concern" that an Indian government official was linked to the plot, foreign ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said on Thursday, adding, "This is also contrary to government policy." 'WE HAVE SO MANY TARGETS'According to U.S. prosecutors, the Indian official recruited Gupta in May 2023 to orchestrate the assassination. The groups have kept alive the movement for Khalistan, or the demand for an independent Sikh state to be carved out of India.
Persons: Nikhil Gupta, Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, Gupta, Hardeep Singh Nijjar, Damian Williams, Biden, Bill Burns, Narendra Modi, Jake Sullivan, Antony Blinken, National Intelligence Avril Haines, Arindam Bagchi, Bagchi, Adrienne Watson, credibly, Pannun, Nijjar, Luc Cohen, Krishn Kaushik, Shivam Patel, Jeff Mason, David Brunnstrom, Heather Timmons, Clarence Fernandez Organizations: U.S . Department of Justice, Indian, U.S . Justice, New, New York City, Prosecutors, Biden, National, National Intelligence, White House National Security Council, Reuters, Administration, Air, Air India Boeing, Thomson Locations: Manhattan, New York City, U.S, New York, India, United States, Canada, Czech, Vancouver, New Delhi, China, Air India, Washington
The U.S. military said the mishap occurred during a routine training mission off the shores of Yakushima Island, about 1,040 km (650 miles) southwest of the capital Tokyo. Another Osprey thought to have been travelling with the crashed aircraft landed safely at the island's airport on Wednesday afternoon, a spokesperson for the local government said. Japan, which also operates Osprey aircraft, said on Wednesday it had asked the U.S. military to investigate the crash. The deployment of the hybrid aircraft in Japan has been controversial, with critics saying it is prone to accidents. In August, a U.S. Osprey crashed off the coast of northern Australia while transporting troops during a routine military exercise, killing three U.S. Marines.
Persons: Kiyoshi Takenaka, Tim Kelly, Kantaro, Idrees Ali, Phil Stewart, John Geddie, David Dolan, Gerry Doyle, Nick Macfie, Deepa Babington Organizations: Japan Coast Guard, Yakushima Fisheries Cooperative, . Air Force Special, Command, United, ., Boeing, Bell Helicopter, U.S . Air Force, Marines, Navy, Japan Self - Defense Forces, Osprey, U.S, Thomson Locations: Kagoshima prefecture, Japan, TOKYO, U.S, Yakushima, Tokyo, Japan's, United States, Taiwan, Okinawa, Australia
"The rising geopolitical threats in APAC has been a driver of military spending for the Western nations. In addition, APAC countries have become more important for their own military expenditures, which present some opportunities for Western defense contractors through either exports or partnerships," they added. Quoting research from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute , Bernstein said that global defense spending reached a record high of $2.2 trillion last year. Why is defense spending on the rise? For instance, South Korea's defense spending is high given its longstanding tensions with neighbor North Korea.
Persons: AllianceBernstein, Bernstein, Northrop Grumman, CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: Asia, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, Boeing Co, Dassault Aviation, U.S Locations: Asia, Pacific, U.S, APAC, Stockholm, China, North Korea, North America, Europe, Russia, Japan, Australia, United Kingdom, India, Pakistan, Soviet, Vietnam, Philippines, Taiwan, Malaysia, Brunei
Signs for Emirates airlines are stacked to the side at Logan Airport in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., January 19, 2022. "If you have an engine ... not performing as it should do, your costs are going to rise. Get your product right, design it to what the client wants, give it that high level of reliability. And yes, paradoxically, you can extract more value for your money for your buck in terms of your investment." He brushed aside the idea of renegotiating existing engine contracts to raise hourly pricing, saying "don't go there".
Persons: Brian Snyder, Tufan Erginbilgic, Tim Clark, Clark, I've, Royce, Erginbilgic, we're, Tim Hepher, Sharon Singleton, Mark Potter Organizations: Emirates, Logan Airport, REUTERS, Rights, Dubai's, Royce, Reuters, Airbus, Boeing, Airlines, Raytheon Technologies, Thomson Locations: Boston , Massachusetts, U.S, Dubai's Emirates, British, Dubai
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