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Aerospace and Boeing Beat Reporter — Wall Street Journal

WSJ's aerospace & Boeing beat reporter. New dad, chaser of things that fly, unapologetic geek.

Bombardier CEO Says Canada Funding Deal to Meet WTO Rules

Bombardier CEO Says Canada Funding Deal to Meet WTO Rules
wsj.com — News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. Not out of compliance with prohibition of state subsidy of commercial aerospace Bombardier Inc.'s chief executive said Thursday that ongoing discussions with the Canadian government for financial aid wouldn't run afoul of World Trade Organization rules prohibiting state subsidy of commercial aerospace.

Boeing Earnings: What to Watch

Boeing Earnings: What to Watch
wsj.com — Boeing Co. is scheduled to report first-quarter earnings before the market opens Wednesday. Here's what you need to know: EARNINGS FORECAST: Analysts tend to focus on Boeing's "core" earnings, which exclude parts of its pension expenses driven by market volatility. Consensus expectations are for core earnings of $1.82 a share, compared with $1.97 a year ago, according to Thomson Reuters.

Boeing Ramps Up Push Into the Airplane Parts Business

Boeing Ramps Up Push Into the Airplane Parts Business
wsj.com — Boeing Co. is ramping up its push into the parts business, as part of a broad effort to cut costs and secure a new source of revenue even more lucrative than making aircraft.

Boeing considering new 737 model to fend off competition

Boeing considering new 737 model to fend off competition
marketwatch.com — Boeing Co. is considering another version of its new single-aisle jetliner to fend off competition from a new Bombardier Inc. passenger jet, according to people familiar with the situation. The proposed plane would seat around 150 passengers in two classes and replace the smallest version of the Boeing 737 Max which is due to enter service in 2019.

Boeing Considering New 737 Model To Fend Off Bombardier Jet

Boeing Considering New 737 Model To Fend Off Bombardier Jet
wsj.com — Boeing Co. is considering another version of its new single-aisle jetliner to fend off competition from a new Bombardier Inc. passenger jet, according to people familiar with the situation. The proposed plane would seat around 150 passengers in two classes and replace the smallest version of the Boeing 737 Max, which is due to enter service in 2019.

U.S. Investigators Suspect Missing Malaysia Airlines Plane Flew On for Hours

U.S. Investigators Suspect Missing Malaysia Airlines Plane Flew On for Hours
wsj.com — U.S. investigators suspect that Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 stayed in the air for up to four hours past the time it reached its last confirmed location, according to two people familiar with the details, raising the possibility that the plane could have flown on for hundreds of additional miles under conditions that remain murky.

Bombardier Near Deal to Sell Up to 125 Jetliners to Delta

Bombardier Near Deal to Sell Up to 125 Jetliners to Delta
wsj.com — News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. Sale would be a major victory for the struggling Canadian plane maker Delta Air Lines Inc. is finalizing a huge order for a new Bombardier Inc.

Boeing in talks to sell planes, aircraft services in Iran

Boeing in talks to sell planes, aircraft services in Iran
marketwatch.com — Boeing Co. has opened talks to sell airliners to Iran in what would be one of the highest-profile deals between a U.S. company and Tehran since the West lifted nuclear sanctions on the country in January.

Michael Dell Has Dreamliner on Order

Michael Dell Has Dreamliner on Order
wsj.com — Add Michael Dell to the list of planned customers for Boeing Co.'s 787 Dreamliner potentially affected by the outcome of the plane's current troubles. The personal-computer tycoon has a deal to get a Dreamliner through the International Lease Finance Corp. unit of insurer American International Group Inc., according to two people familiar with the situation.

No split over similar-looking wingtips

No split over similar-looking wingtips
web.archive.org — ON BOARD UNITED 917 -- It's perhaps only fitting that I author this final post at altitude enroute to Seattle - it'll post on April 6 - for it is here where I have spent much of the last five years; a window seat in economy, Channel 9 buzzing in my ear, bouncing from one side of the world to the other in pursuit of the technologies that connect the world.
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May 04, 2016

RT @juliejohnsson: Welcome news, especially @ORD: TSA Increasing Staffing as Waits Soar at Airport Security Lines bloom.bg/1QS5kfE via AlanLevin1

May 04, 2016

Donald J. Trump is now the Republican Party's presumptive nominee for President of the United States of America, North America, Earth.

May 04, 2016

RT @FG_STrim: Vox First Person: I fly 747s for a living. Here are the amazing things I see every day. vox.com/2016/5/2/11520… via @voxdotcom

May 03, 2016

RT @mikeseibert: Often times the biggest threats to Opportunity's health and safety are on Earth and not on Mars

May 03, 2016

Come to think of it, if this TV is for you-know-who, it may be very well taken care of. twitter.com/annafifield/st…

May 03, 2016

I'm fairly certain this is one of the more creative ways to destroy a 65" TV. twitter.com/annafifield/st…

May 03, 2016

@NASASpaceflight Oh wow, I feel old. I was AT the launch of JCSAT-4 in 1997.


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