Charleston

September 24, 2014 - 10:00am

Constant Aviation has hired Brian Sprecher as Southeast regional sales manager. Sprecher joins the organization with more than 15 years of sales experience. He was most recently with AtlanticAero as the regional sales manager covering the Southeast and before that was a sales manager with Landmark Aviation. Sprecher holds an A&P certificate and served in the Marine Corps. He is based at Charleston International Airport, S.C., and will be responsible for selling maintenance, avionics, interior modifications/refurbishments, parts and composite/accessory services.

July 30, 2014 - 12:47pm

Final assembly of the Boeing 787-10, the newest and longest member of the Dreamliner family of airplanes, will take place exclusively in North Charleston, S.C., the manufacturer announced today.

July 17, 2014 - 6:38am

Senior Aerospace AMT of Columbia, South Carolina, manufacturer of structural parts for commercial aircraft OEMs, announced on the eve of the Farnborough Airshow establishing a satellite operation in the Charleston, South Carolina area to serve Boeing South Carolina, which manufactures portions of the 787 Dreamliner.

January 29, 2014 - 12:45pm

Boeing’s Charleston, South Carolina 787 factory has experienced a higher number of behind-schedule jobs involving the airplane’s mid-body section than originally anticipated, requiring it to apply “additional resources” to help flow times progress to a satisfactory level, Boeing CFO Greg Smith acknowledged during a conference call the company held Wednesday to discuss its fourth-quarter earnings.

June 17, 2013 - 12:20am
Plans call for Boeing’s new 787 factory in Charleston, South Carolina, to produce three airplanes a month by the end of the year.

Boeing has left little doubt that it harbors bigger plans for its new plant in Charleston, South Carolina, where by the end of this year it expects to deliver three Dreamliners a month.

April 10, 2013 - 4:59pm

 

October 21, 2009 - 10:29am

Boeing will reveal the location of its planned second final assembly line for the 787 “over the next couple of weeks,” CEO James McNerney said today. Speaking during the company’s third-quarter earnings call, McNerney effectively narrowed the competition to Everett and Charleston, S.C., while downplaying the risk and redundancy of locating two lines that build the same product on opposite sides of the country.

 
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