Pratt & Whitney uncovers fraudulent engine testing A longtime scheme involving fraudulent parts testing has been uncovered at one of the subsidiaries of the parent company that owns airplane engine-maker Pratt & Whitney Canada.
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Boeing, UBC join forces on composite materials research Boeing has announced that it has become the founding industrial member of the University of British Columbia's composites research network (CRN), a development, which will help Canadian scientists transform ideas in composite manufacturing into practical applications.
787 battery issue slowly getting solved: ANA president The president of All Nippon Airways, Boeing's biggest single customer for its troubled 787 Dreamliner, said Friday that he believes the U.S. manufacturer has made progress in resolving problems with the aircraft's lithium-ion batteries.