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January 10, 2014
08:51 EDTAAWW, BAAtlas Air acquires 3 Boeing 777 freighters, terms not disclosed
Atlas Air Worldwide (AAWW) confirmed completion of previously announced agreements to acquire three Boeing (BA) 777 Freighters for its dry-leasing subsidiary, Titan Aviation. The 2011-vintage aircraft were acquired from affiliates of Guggenheim Aviation Partners and are currently on long-term lease to a European express carrier. Senior lenders and junior lenders provided aggregate financing in the amount of $432M for the acquisition of the aircraft. Borrowings with respect to each aircraft will amortize over a term of approximately ten years, with the maturity date of each loan being the scheduled termination date of the related operating lease. Terms of the November 2013 aircraft purchase agreements were not disclosed.
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September 25, 2014
07:06 EDTBADucommun wins contract to produce spoilers for Boeing 737 MAX
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06:49 EDTAAWWAtlas Air management to meet with BB&T
Meetings to be held in San Francisco on October 1 and in Los Angeles on October 2 hosted by BB&T.
05:10 EDTBABoeing delivers first 777-300ER to China Eastern Airlines
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September 24, 2014
17:10 EDTBABoeing awarded $102M government contract
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11:30 EDTBAAAR Corp. plummets after results miss estimates, outlook lowered
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September 23, 2014
08:38 EDTBABofA/Merrill airlines/aerospace analysts hold analyst/industry conference call
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07:01 EDTBABoeing, Liquid Robotics sign multi-year agreement
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September 22, 2014
13:49 EDTBABoeing exec to up output target if supportable, Reuters says
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10:27 EDTBABoeing awarded $4.9M contract by U.S. Air Force
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September 20, 2014
15:45 EDTBABoeing and Ethiopian Airlines announce $2.1B order for 20 737 MAX 8s
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September 19, 2014
06:55 EDTBABoeing up against decreasing fighter jet funding, WSJ says
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September 18, 2014
13:25 EDTBABoeing space contract with NASA includes seat for tourist, Reuters reports
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12:28 EDTBABoeing reports 78 news orders in weekly update
Boeing reported 78 new orders in its weekly update, which included 67 737s for unidentified customers, five 737s for Avolon and six 787s. In the changes category, 737 net orders were reduced by six.
07:54 EDTBABoeing added to Franchise Picks List at Jefferies
Jefferies believes Boeing is using the knowledge it gained from building 787s to improve its manufacturing and design capability. The firm says demand for the 787 over the next two decades could be $500B and deliveries should top 3K units. It added the stock to its Franchise Picks List, and keeps a Buy rating on the name with a $165 price target.
September 17, 2014
18:14 EDTBABoeing issues statement on Export-Import Bank extension
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18:13 EDTBABoeing, Lockheed Martin to team with Bezos firm on rocket engine, WSJ reports
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17:43 EDTBABoeing awarded $293M contact by DLA for manage parts, support
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10:56 EDTBABoeing Airplanes head mulls making 52 737s monthly, Reuters says
Boeing Commercial Airplanes CEO Ray Connor said that the company is aiming to produce close to 52 737 aircrafts per month beginning in 2018, according to Reuters, citing comments from Connor. Connor said, "Now, I can tell you that the demand is there for those airplanes, significant demand. So I'm not uncomfortable with the timing or with rate." Reference Link
07:46 EDTBABoeing and Avalon finalize order for 787 Dreamliners, 737 MAXs
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06:27 EDTBABoeing tanker to make first flight five months later than planned, WSJ reports
A Boeing aerial refueling tanker is expected to make its first flight in November, five months later than planned, reports the Wall Street journal. Major General John Thompson, the head of the KC-46A Pegasus tanker program, said he was "disappointed" about the delay in the test aircraft's first flight. Reference Link
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