February 22, 2012 |
Boeing Co. has discovered a flaw in fuselage sections that may affect 55 of its new 787 Dreamliner jets and slow some deliveries, James Albaugh , Boeing's chief executive officer of commercial airplanes, said Wednesday. The Dreamliner is an all-new commercial jet that is largely made of lightweight carbon composites rather than sheets of aluminum. The plane made its first passenger flight with All Nippon Airways in October , but it was more than three years late because of design problems and supplier issues.
March 6, 1998 |
Aerospace industry veteran John A. McLuckey, who began his 39-year career as a clerk and became president of Boeing Co's. $4-billion-a-year Space Systems division, said Thursday that he will retire April 1. He will be succeeded by James F. Albaugh, president of the Rocketdyne Propulsion & Power unit of Boeing Space Systems. Both men are former Rockwell International Corp.
March 19, 2005 |
Boeing Co. gave pay raises last year to Alan Mulally and James Albaugh, who might be contenders to replace ousted Chief Executive Harry C. Stonecipher. Mulally, 59, head of Boeing's commercial-plane unit, had his salary and bonus boosted 7% to $1.29 million. Albaugh, 54, who leads the company's military division, got a 42% increase to $1.37 million, Boeing said in a government filing.
November 30, 2007 |
Boeing Co. predicted Thursday that the Air Force would order as many as 14 more C-17 transport jets, extending the plane's production. Boeing is funding parts purchases at its own expense in anticipation that the Air Force will add more C-17s to its 190-plane order. The Chicago-based company has delivered 170 aircraft already and may shut down production in Long Beach if additional orders don't come in.
May 27, 1990
James F. Albaugh has been named a vice president of Rockwell International Corp.'s defense electronics business in Anaheim. Albaugh, formerly director of quality assurance, will head the newly consolidated quality assurance and logistics unit in Anaheim. He joined Rockwell in 1975 as a project engineer and became director of safety and quality assurance at the company's operations in Hanford, Wash. Albaugh was also plant manager of the company's operations in El Paso.