Boeing

Overview

Boeing Commercial Airplanes, a business unit of The Boeing Company, is committed to being the leader in commercial aviation by offering airplanes and services that deliver superior design, efficiency and value to customers around the world. There are more than 10,000 Boeing commercial jetliners in service, flying passengers and freight more efficiently than competing models in the market. A record 5,500 Boeing airplanes are currently on order. Boeing Commercial Airplanes, headquartered in Seattle, Wash., employs more than 83,000 people worldwide.

Commercial Aviation Services

With a 24-hour network and facilities around the world, Commercial Aviation Services (CAS) offers the broadest range of support products, services and integrated solutions in the aviation industry. From spare parts to pilot training, customer support to onsite technical advice, CAS helps airplane operators keep their fleets flying safely and efficiently. CAS offers an integrated suite of aviation services marketed as the Boeing Edge. These include parts, training, engineering, maintenance and software solutions that increase the efficiency and profitability of airlines and leasing companies.

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Executive Biographies

Raymond L. Conner Vice Chairman, The Boeing Company
President, and Chief Executive Officer, Boeing Commercial Airplanes
Stanley A. Deal Senior Vice President, Commercial Aviation Services, Boeing Commercial Airplanes
Michael P. Delaney Vice President, Engineering, Commercial Airplanes
Scott Fancher Senior Vice President and General Manager of Airplane Development, Commercial Airplanes
Alan R. May Vice President, Human Resources, Commercial Airplanes
Sean McCormack Vice President, Communications, Commercial Airplanes
Kevin Schemm Senior Vice President, Finance & Strategy, and Chief Financial Officer, Commercial Airplanes
Patrick Shanahan Senior Vice President, Airplane Programs, Commercial Airplanes
John Wojick Senior Vice President, Global Sales & Marketing
Beverly M. Wyse Vice President and General Manager, Boeing South Carolina, Commercial Airplanes

Major Production Facilities

With headquarters in the Puget Sound region of Washington State, Boeing Commercial Airplanes has operations in more than a dozen cities and countries. Below are three major production facilities.

    Everett, Wash. site

    Prices

    Airplane Families

    2014 $ in Millions Average

    737-700 78.3
    737-800 93.3
    737-900ER 99.0
    737 MAX 7 87.7
    737 MAX 8 106.9
    737 MAX 9 113.3
    747-8 367.8
    747-8 Freighter 368.4
    767-300ER 191.5
    767-300 Freighter 193.7
    767-2CFX *
    777-200ER 269.5
    777-200LR 305.0
    777-300ER 330.0
    777 Freighter 309.7
    777-8X 360.5
    777-9X 388.7
    787-8 218.3
    787-9 257.1
    787-10 297.5

    * Contact Sales and Marketing for Pricing Information

    Boeing is committed to providing the most current data available. We hope you find this information useful as you review our complete family of airplanes—including the only freighter family available today.

    The prices above reflect an average price reflecting a range of available options and configurations for each model. Configurations and options that may affect price include performance capability, interiors, avionics, fuel capacity, etc.

    All prices are in U.S. dollars and are in millions.

    Aviation Safety

    787

    Safety is the primary consideration when Boeing engineers design an airplane. In addition to meeting regulatory requirements before certification, each airplane model must meet Boeing’s time-proven design standards. Often these standards are more stringent than regulatory requirements. Boeing airplanes are rigorously tested, and the company continually monitors the performance of airplanes worldwide to identify opportunities to improve safety.

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        Orders & Deliveries

        Region and Country Definitions

        Africa
        Caribbean
        Central America and Mexico
        Central Asia
        East Asia
        Middle East
        North America
        Oceania
        South America
        South Asia
        Southeast Asia
        Unidentified

        Africa

        • Algeria
        • Angola
        • Cameroon
        • Congo, The Democratic Republic
        • Côte d’Ivoire
        • Egypt
        • Equatorial Guinea
        • Ethiopia
        • Gabon
        • Ghana
        • Guinea
        • Kenya
        • Liberia
        • Madagascar
        • Mauritius
        • Morocco
        • Mozambique
        • Namibia
        • Niger
        • Nigeria
        • Reunion
        • Rwanda
        • Senegal
        • South Africa
        • State of Libya
        • Sudan
        • Tanzania, United Republic of
        • Tunisia
        • Zambia
        • Zimbabwe

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        Caribbean

        • Bahamas
        • Bermuda
        • Dominican Republic
        • Jamaica
        • Trinidad and Tobago

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        Central America and Mexico

        • Costa Rica
        • El Salvador
        • Honduras
        • Mexico
        • Panama

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        Central Asia

        • Afghanistan
        • Azerbaijan
        • Kazakhstan
        • Mongolia
        • Tajikistan
        • Turkmenistan
        • Uzbekistan

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        East Asia

        • China
        • Japan
        • South Korea

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        Europe

        • Austria
        • Belarus
        • Belgium
        • Channel Islands (UK)
        • Czech Republic
        • Denmark
        • Finland
        • France
        • Germany
        • Gibraltar
        • Greece
        • Hungary
        • Iceland
        • Ireland
        • Italy
        • Luxembourg
        • Malta
        • Netherlands
        • Norway
        • Poland
        • Portugal
        • Romania
        • Russian Federation
        • Serbia
        • Slovakia (Slovak Republic)
        • Slovenia
        • Spain
        • Sweden
        • Switzerland
        • Turkey
        • Ukraine
        • United Kingdom

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        Middle East

        • Bahrain
        • Iran (Islamic Republic of)
        • Iraq
        • Israel
        • Jordan
        • Kuwait
        • Lebanon
        • Oman
        • Qatar
        • Saudi Arabia
        • Syrian Arab Republic
        • United Arab Emirates
        • Yemen

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        North America

        • Canada
        • USA

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        Oceania

        • Australia
        • Fiji
        • Nauru
        • New Zealand
        • Papua New Guinea
        • Samoa

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        South America

        • Argentina
        • Bolivia
        • Brazil
        • Chile
        • Colombia
        • Ecuador
        • Peru
        • Uruguay
        • Venezuela

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        South Asia

        • Bangladesh
        • India
        • Nepal
        • Pakistan

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        Southeast Asia

        • Brunei Darussalam
        • Indonesia
        • Malaysia
        • Philippines
        • Singapore
        • Taiwan
        • Thailand
        • Vietnam

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        Unidentified

        • Unidentified

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        Report by Customer

        Shows data for all past years for Boeing Commercial Airplanes' jet aircraft.

        • Customer: Details for the selected customer, sorted by model.
        • Country: Details for the selected country, sorted by customer then by model.
        • Geographic Region: Summary of the selected geographic region, sorted by model.

        Report by Model

        Shows order and delivery counts for all past years for Boeing Commercial Airplanes' jet aircraft.

        • Current Models: Counts for the selected in-production model sorted by customer, then by Model Series.
        • Current Model Series: Counts for the selected in-production model Series sorted by customer.
        • Current Model Series: Counts for the selected in-production model series sorted by customer, then by Model Series.
        • All Model Series: Counts for the selected in- and out-of-production models sorted by customer, then by Model Series.
        • US Domestic/International by Model Series: US Domestic and International cumulative counts for all models.
        • US Domestic/International Orders: US Domestic and International Month-to-Date, Year-to-Date, and cumulative Order counts, by Model.
        • US Domestic/International Deliveries: US Domestic and International Month-to-Date, Year-to-Date, and cumulative Delivery counts, by Model.
        • Historical Orders: A matrix of orders for all models sorted by year.
        • Historical Deliveries: A matrix of deliveries for all models sorted by year.

        Report by Unfilled Orders

        Shows model order and delivery counts for customers who have ordered but not yet taken delivery.

        • Unfilled Orders by Model: Counts are sorted by model then by customer.
        • Unfilled Orders by Customer: Counts are sorted by customer then by model.
        • Unfilled Orders by Country: Counts are sorted by country then by model.
        • Unfilled Orders by Region: Counts are sorted by region then by model.
        Report Type

        Recent Annual Orders