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Aerospace & Boeing beat reporter for The Wall Street Journal. Washingtonian. Unapologetic geek. Work in aviation? Tell me what you're up to:Jon.ostrower@wsj.com

Boeing to Again Reduce Output of 747s

wsj.com — Will turn out one jumbo jet a month beginning in 2016; key challenge for new CEO Muilenburg Boeing Co. said Wednesday it will reduce output of its iconic 747-8 jetliner to one a month beginning in 2016, though it expects a recovery in the air cargo market to drive future sales.

New Commercial Jet Chief at Boeing

wsj.com — Boeing Co. is abruptly changing the chief executive of its commercial unit on the eve of a major air show where the jet maker is expected to announce significant orders for a new version of its 737 Max aircraft.

Boeing's Promotion of Muilenburg Makes Him Likely McNerney Successor

wsj.com — Boeing Co. promoted the head of its defense unit to president and chief operating officer, positioning the veteran engineer as a likely successor to Chief Executive Jim McNerney atop the world's biggest aerospace company as it confronts looming challenges across its business.

In Aircraft Match, It's Boeing's Move

wsj.com — U.S. Plane Maker Considers Response to Airbus's Upgraded A330neo FARNBOROUGH, England-In the battle between the world's biggest plane makers, Airbus Group NV and Boeing Co., each new product launch is a move in a high-stakes game of industrial chess.

Paris Air Show - The Numbers - WSJ

blogs.wsj.com — Airbus outpaced Boeing with new orders by 421 to 331 at this year's Paris Air Show as both plane makers continued to benefit from strong demand for new and existing jets, particularly from emerging-market countries. Here are some of the numbers that made the headlines at the aerospace industry's top trade show.

Airbus outpaces Boeing at Paris Air Show

marketwatch.com — LE BOURGET, France-Airbus Group SE booked $57 billion worth of deals at this year's Paris Air Show as it struck commitments for 421 planes, outpacing Boeing Co.'s intake of 331 jets worth $50.2 billion, according to order tallies from the world's leading makers of jet planes.

A350's return to Earth.

Airbus, Boeing open Paris air show order bonanza

marketwatch.com — LE BOURGET, France-Boeing Co. and Airbus Group SE kicked off the Paris Air Show with deals for more than 200 jetliners as airlines and lessors show little sign of reduced appetite for planes. The world's two largest aircraft makers booked roughly $42 billion in deals on the first day of the weeklong aerospace extravaganza.

Boeing Bags 100-Plane Deal At Paris Air Show

wsj.com — LE BOURGET, France-Boeing Co. has secured an order for 100 single-aisle 737 Max jetliners worth nearly $11 billion at list price in the biggest single contract by volume so far at this year's Paris Air Show. AerCap Holdings NV has signed the deal for the updated Boeing single-aisle jetliner, worth at much as $10.7 billion, though customers typically receive steep discounts.

Boeing's Vietnam Airlines 787-9 Dreamliner on its way around the air space…

plus.google.com — Boeing's Vietnam Airlines 787-9 Dreamliner on its way around the air space above Le Bourget. #PAS15 - Jon Ostrower - Google+
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Jul 03, 2015

RT @SpokaneGopher: That was awesome! On @AlaskaAir flight to #Spokane, pilot introduces his son as 1st officer. First flight together. pic.twitter.com/iA4sSH9r4H

Jul 03, 2015

RT @ISS101: SEPARATION – Progress M-28M has arrived in orbit. Soyuz U has finished its job. bit.ly/1U7EDJf #ISS

Jul 02, 2015

RT @TomWrightAsia: Malaysian investigators trace almost $700 million into personal accounts of Prime Minister Najib Razak. on.wsj.com/1ISEqkd



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