Boeing in Latin America
Since the early days of Latin American aviation, airlines such as Colombia’s SCADTA (now Avianca) and Brazil’s VARIG have expanded their routes with Boeing airplanes. Boeing provides the region’s commercial and defense sectors with products, systems, services and support and works closely with Latin American suppliers. Boeing partnerships include creating MEXSAT, Mexico’s end-to-end satellite communications system for civil telecommunications and national security needs.
Boeing in Canada
Boeing’s relationship with Canada dates from 1919, when William "Bill" Boeing flew a Model C-700 seaplane from Seattle to Vancouver to make the first international mail delivery. Since then, Canada has become a customer, a supplier and a partner to Boeing in both the defense and commercial sectors. Boeing contributes to the long-term success of Canada's aerospace industry with wealth creation, innovation and employment.
BOEING CANADA WEBSITE (IN ENGLISH)