Astronaut capsule returns from ISS and lands in New Mexico, capping a high-stakes test flight as NASA's next vehicle for carrying humans to orbit.
With just a test dummy aboard, Boeing's crew capsule rockets into orbit on a repeat test flight, after years of being grounded by flaws that could have doomed the spacecraft.
The plane manufacturer has removed orders for 141 jets from its backlog, mostly due to sanctions placed on Russia in the aftermath of the Ukraine attack.
While no cause has yet been determined for the crash, online tracking data showed the jet rapidly dropped from an altitude of about 8,900 to 2,400 metres in just over a minute.
Chinese recovery teams combed the debris of a crashed China Eastern jet with hopes fading of finding any survivors from the 132 people aboard.
The list of global companies cutting ties with Russia continues to grow as sanctions against Moscow rack up over its attacks on Ukraine.
When politicians profit from the sale of arms, then wars become sold to voters as new products.
Japanese authorities have discovered a part of the fuselage of a fighter jet that disappeared, as search efforts for the two people on board continues.
The Doha-based airline has said technical problems had forced the company to ground over a dozen jets of its 53 A350 fleet.
Airlines corporations are asking the Federal Communications Commission to postpone AT&T and Verizon’s 5G deployments that companies previously agreed to a one-month delay.
Boeing shares rocketed after the decision, which also clears the way for it to deliver more than 100 MAX aircraft to Chinese carriers.
The spaceship is due to launch on an Atlas V rocket built by the United Launch Alliance from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida at 1720 GMT.
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