Southern California based SpaceX on Monday released a preliminary summary addressing the loss of their Falcon 9 launch vehicle and failure of the CRS-7 mission that occurred in June.
In this potential “new age of aviation”, aircraft would be far less reliant on fossil fuels, while improving performance and greatly reducing noise.
A Chinese national has been indicted by a federal grand jury on five felony offenses of computer hacking in a scheme involving the theft of trade secrets from American defense contractors, including Boeing.
The FAA has granted a Southern California company the first permission for commercial drone flights over land.
Former state regulators allegedly helped officials with Boeing derail the cleanup of a partial nuclear meltdown site in Simi Valley, according to a new report.
Boeing Co. will pay $47 million to hundreds of current and former Southern California employees who are owed back pay and benefits, a union announced Friday.
Boeing Co. announced Friday that it plans to increasing its local engineering workforce by 1,000 positions.
Aircraft manufacturing company Boeing announced Monday that it will close its C-17 assembly plant in Long Beach about three months earlier than previously planned.
Boeing union members in the Seattle area Friday narrowly approved a contract that will keep production of the 777X jetliner in Washington state.
California is one of at least a half-dozen states vying for Boeing’s attention as the aircraft giant selects a production site for its new 777X jetliner.
A Long Beach City Council member is fighting to keep workers at a local Boeing plant on the job.
It’s the end of an era for a Boeing assembly plant in Long Beach.
Police said he leak – which was on private property owned by aviation contractor Boeing – was caused by an unspecified construction accident.
The Orange County coast may be known as a surfing paradise, but it’s also a major hub in the aerospace world.
The federal government grounded Boeing’s newest and most technologically advanced jetliner Wednesday, declaring that U.S. airlines cannot fly the 787 again until the risk of battery fires is addressed.