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Parts Of Missing Malaysian Plane Possibly Burned In Garbage Clean-Up

Réunion Island, east of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean, has become the focal point of global scrutiny as a suspected Boeing 777 flaperon, a tattered suitcase and now a door have emerged from the sea. They’re all suspected clues in the search for MH370, but has more evidence been unknowingly burned in a trash fire?… » 8/02/15 9:13am 8/02/15 9:13am

How We'll Find Out If the Discovered Plane Wreckage Is Part of MH370

It’s been nearly a year and a half since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared and investigators finally have their first big lead in the search. A piece of an aircraft’s wing—a flaperon, to be specific—washed up on Réunion Island, east of Madagascar, some 3000 miles away from where investigators were looking. But… » 8/01/15 10:14am 8/01/15 10:14am

Report: Suitcases Found Near Wing Part Suspected From MH370

Suitcases have reportedly been found on Réunion Island in the Indian Ocean, the same location where debris resembling a flaperon suspected of being from MH370 was recently discovered. The Malaysian Deputy Transport Minister has said, “it is almost certain that the flaperon is from a Boeing 777.”
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Debris That Could Be From MH370 Found In The Indian Ocean

Debris that closely resembles a flaperon from a Boeing 777 was found on Réunion Island in the Indian Ocean, southeast of Madagascar. If confirmed, this could be the first evidence of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370’s crash, which disappeared in March of 2014 with 227 passengers and 12 crew aboard.… » 7/29/15 8:37pm 7/29/15 8:37pm

IAM Members Approve Contract, Keep Boeing 777X in Washington

In a 51% to 49% vote, members of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers accepted a new contract from Boeing that will keep production of the future 777 variant in Washington State while cutting retirement benefits. The majority voted against the wishes of union leaders, but with the wishes… » 1/04/14 5:58pm 1/04/14 5:58pm

Alan Mulally Becomes Excited, Engages In Man-Love While At Boeing

It's January, 1995 — and that's former Boeing exec (still Boeing exec at the time of the video) and current FoMoCo CEO, Alan Mulally, watching quietly as the plane he was once the project lead on undergoes some extreme wing stress testing in the plane manufacturer's hanger. So, what we can learn from this video is… » 1/29/07 8:46am 1/29/07 8:46am