But the test flight probably won't take place until the fall at the earliest
NASA has generated a list of actions to follow to prevent future issues
Company will 'rebuild trust' through more rigorous testing in the future
The discovery of debris in some 737 Max fuel tanks is the latest setback for Boeing's beleaguered aircraft.
Starliner experienced not only a timing error during its orbital test flight, but also a thruster issue.
A second software problem found during the Starliner's debut flight could have led to the loss of the capsule.
Boeing is working to sort out yet another software issue found on its grounded 737 Max passenger plane.
Boeing on Saturday sent its new 777X aircraft on its first test flight ahead of deployment possibly next year.
Boeing hoped its troubled 737 Max plane might get permission to fly again this month, but it isn't happening.
Starliner may not have made it to the correct orbit, but it did capture stunning footage of Earth from space.
Boeing's 737 Max jets remain grounded following two fatal crashes involving the aircraft. As it works to fix the software that contributed to the disasters, it's discovered another potential issue.
On its first orbital test flight, Boeing's Starliner entered the wrong orbit and did not reach its destination. The craft headed back to Earth and landed safely early on Sunday morning.
Boeing’s Starliner capsule is set to make its first orbital test flight on Friday. It’s heading to the ISS with 600 pounds of supplies on board. And a mannequin called Rosie.
Boeing will launch the Starliner capsule on its first orbital test flight to the International Space Station on December 20, and we've got the details about how to watch.
With the Federal Aviation Administration yet to complete its review of the design changes made to Boeing's troubled 737 Max plane, the manufacturer says it will suspend its production in January 2020.
Boeing's Starliner space capsule was due to make its first orbital test flight to the International Space Station on December 17, but an issue with the Atlas V launch rocket has caused a delay.
Boeing's new Starliner capsule is connected to the rocket which will launch it on its first orbital test flight in a few weeks' time as part of NASA's commercial crew program.
Boeing has identified the part which lead to a parachute failing to deploy during a test of its Starliner capsule which will ferry astronauts to the International Space Station.
Boeing proposed a human lander that would deliver astronauts to the moon in just five steps. The proposal is part of NASA’s Artemis program and is meant to reduce the number of segments that need to be sent into orbit.
Boeing deemed a launch abort test of its Starliner crew capsule a success on Monday, but it didn’t go entirely to plan as one of its parachutes failed to deploy when it returned to the ground.