Federal accident investigators say a short-circuit and an uncontrolled chemical reaction apparently took place in a Boeing 787 battery before the battery caught fire earlier this month in Boston. More>>
Boeing says it has "extreme confidence" in its 787 Dreamliner even as federal investigators try to determine the cause of a fire that has prompted new worries about the plane. More>>
Boeing is cleared for take off. Today the airline manufacturer was approved to purchase more than 300 acres of land from the Charleston Aviation Authority, with an option to buy 488 more acres. More>>
An Australian airline is canceling 35 orders for Boeing Dreamliners. Quantas says it need to cut expenses. The company says it will still purchase 15 of the 787-8 models which is a little smaller than the 787-9 model. More>>
Two employees at South Carolina's Boeing plant have appealed their complaint against the International Association of Machinists. More>>
The Indian government has given the go ahead to Air India to take the first Lowcountry built Dreamliner along with other 787's they've ordered, according to an Indian newspaper. More>>
Mexico's largest airline has committed to buying up to 100 single-aisle and twin-aisle airplanes in an expansive move, Boeing announced Wednesday. More>>
Federal safety officials say they're fining Boeing $13.5 million for failing to meet a deadline for providing airlines instruction on how to prevent fuel tank explosions in some Boeing airliners.