The WTO has ruled Washington State illegally supported Boeing with tax breaks after complaint filed by Airbus.
The World Trade Organisation has ruled against the European Union over subsidies to planemaker Airbus says the EU has failed to comply with its earlier rulings over European government loans.
Japan's ANA is grounding over 300 flights to fix corrosion problems with Rolls-Royce engines fitted to Boeing 787 Dreamliners.
Even as Airbus caught up with Boeing for orders for the first half of this year, combined orders for the world's two dominant planemakers fell 17 percent from the same period last year.
Day one of the Farnborough Airshow brought a boost for Boeing as British Prime Minister David Cameron announced the purchase of nine of its Poseidon marine patrol planes as well as 50 Apache attack he
Iran's state airline is talking with US plane maker Boeing about buying a large number of aircraft, but there are still many obstacles to a deal, as with Iranair's order for Airbus jets.
US planemaker Boeing is to cut about 4,500 jobs by voluntary redundancies and leaving positions unfilled as it seeks further cut reductions in the face of fierce sales competition from Airbus.
The fourth version of Boeing’s 737 jet has taken to the skies for the first time, in the US. The MAX aircraft features new engines from
Boeing flies into its centennial year with a record. The company delivered 762 airplanes in 2015, 39 more than the previous year and the most in the
Boeing has announced it has won orders and commitments for 300 aircraft from China. The deal is said to be worth some $38bn. Boeing timed the
The fate of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is deemed one of the greatest mysteries in aviation history. But now experts from Malaysia say they are
Police are investigating whether a piece of plane wreckage washed up on the French-owned Reunion island in the Indian Ocean is from the missing
The 51st edition of the biannual Paris Air Show has closed its gates to a record number of visitors. Some 351,000 people – from the aerospace
If you listen to Airbus then size does matter… The European plane maker says it has taken 421 orders worth 50-billion euros at the Paris Air Show
Such is the scale of the Paris Air Show to be held next week, you do not stand a chance of seeing all there is to see. There are no fewer than 2,215
Transport ministers from Malaysia, China and Australia have pledged to double the search area for a missing Malaysia Airlines plane if the current
Airbus is leading the way in the skies over rival Boeing. Orders have taken off for the European company putting it ahead of the US planemaker after
Boeing has revealed that it recently sold aircraft-related goods to Iran Air. That would be the first acknowledged dealings between an American
The US Space Agency NASA has chosen Boeing and California’s SpaceX to develop a new system to take American astronauts into space. The companies
In Business Weekly we look at the most wide-ranging sanctions yet announced by Washington against Russia over Ukraine. The US is targeting key
A big setback for Airbus with the cancellation by Dubai’s Emirates airline of its entire order for 70 of the company’s new A350 jets. The European
An incident after takeoff has meant more problems for another Boeing belonging to Malaysian airlines. The 737-800 was taking 166 people from Kuala
Japan’s ANA has ordered 70 new planes in anticipation of a big rise in the number of travellers to the country surrounding the 2020 Tokyo
Relatives of Chinese passengers on board flight MH370 are demanding updated information. Malaysia Airlines has told next of kin it will fly them to
A Vietnamese navy plane searching for wreckage of the missing Malaysia Airlines jet has reportedly spotted an object in the sea which could be part
Malaysia Airlines, operator of the missing flight MH370, has established a record as one of Asia-Pacific’s safest full-service carriers. At the
It is everyone’s worst nightmare. But as loved ones of those on board Flight 370 struggle with shock and grief, some say their agony is being
The international search for wreckage of the missing Malaysia Airlines plane has been widened after radar signals showed it may have turned back