Airlines want a new plane for the "middle of the market" -- and Boeing will probably deliver.
Size-wise, "it's a small world" after all.
With the battle against terrorism ramping up and regional wars underway, worldwide warfare is benefiting defense players big and small.
After a year of mostly cancellations, Boeing wins two orders from a mystery buyer.
And in some ways, the Middle East market is even more valuable than China.
And yet, Airbus still has a treat for investors who follow one all-important trend.
Despite currency impacts, more aircraft deliveries are a positive sign for the airplane maker.
As Boeing rolls into October, the good news just keeps coming.
Two big international buyers step up to help Boeing hit its sales goals for the year.
Airbus is raising production again for its popular A320, but will there be enough demand in 10-15 years to support this increase?