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Flight Engineering Overview

Flight engineers at Boeing are essential to the development and success of our products and solutions. Each day, they go above and beyond to meet our customers’ overall mission requirements—from initial vehicle concept definition through design, test, validation and in-service support. Your expertise in areas such as aerodynamics, propulsion, guidance, navigation and control (GNC) and configuration design skills will drive the future of aerospace. You’ll find an endless variety of unique and challenging flight engineering projects where you’ll collaborate with other industry experts. The sky is the limit at Boeing—let’s build amazing things together.

Flight Engineering Featured Stories

Shhh… The New 737 MAX Redefines a Quiet Airplane

Shhh… The New 737 MAX Redefines a Quiet Airplane

September 21, 2016 in Commercial

Designed to be 40 percent quieter than today's Next-Generation 737.

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Believin' on a Jet Plane, to Test Cleaner Technologies

Believin' on a Jet Plane, to Test Cleaner Technologies

March 22, 2016 in Environment

Technology that can help produce cleaner, quieter aircraft gets its first flight on ecoDemonstrator testbed airplanes.

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Flipping the Switch to a Glass Flight Deck

Flipping the Switch to a Glass Flight Deck

March 1, 2016 in Innovation, Commercial

The glass flight deck is transforming what were once hundreds of dials and gauges. Now, everything a pilot needs to know during flight is integrated into a cutting-edge digital display.

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The Art of Flight

The Art of Flight

February 18, 2016 in Technology

To help commemorate the company’s centennial, Boeing engineers design paper airplanes that can double as poster art.

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College Students Tackle Boeing's Design-Build-Fly Challenge

College Students Tackle Boeing's Design-Build-Fly Challenge

January 19, 2016 in Community

Engineering students are teaming up to learn enough about aerodynamics, manufacturing and collaboration so that they can design, build and fly an aircraft.

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Boeing QF-16: The Unmanned Moving Target

August 26, 2014 in Innovation, Defense

Fighter pilots sharpen their air-to-air combat skills by battling unmanned F-16s.

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A Tail of Innovation

November 14, 2013 in Technology, Commercial

Boeing and NASA complete wind tunnel testing of a full-scale 757 vertical tail model equipped with active flow control technology.

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The Boeing ecoDemonstrator: Cleaner Skies Ahead

May 29, 2013 in Innovation, Environment

The Boeing ecoDemonstrator program is focused on accelerating the testing, refinement and completion of new technologies to improve aviation’s environmental performance.

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Boeing 747-8 Engine: Balance of Power

November 15, 2012 in Innovation, Commercial

The Boeing 747-8 represents innovation on a massive scale. Go behind the scenes to find out how Boeing engineers integrate its incredibly powerful engines so that it flies like a dream.

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SUGAR Volt: Boeing's Hybrid Electric Aircraft

May 2, 2012 in Innovation, Environment

Marty Bradley, technical fellow with Boeing Research & Technology, explains the SUGAR Volt hybrid electric aircraft  concept – and how it’s defining the future of flight.

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