Boeing Commercial Airplanes, a business unit of The Boeing Company, is committed to being the leader in commercial aviation by offering airplanes 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. More than 5,700 Boeing airplanes are currently on order. Boeing Commercial Airplanes, headquartered in Seattle, Wash., employs more than 60,000 people worldwide.

Executive Biographies

Stanley A. Deal Executive Vice President
President and Chief Executive Officer, Boeing Commercial Airplanes
Conrad Chun Vice President, Communications
Matt Cooper Vice President and Assistant General Counsel
Michael Cox Chief Human Resources Officer, Boeing Commercial Airplanes
Pradeep Fernandes Vice President, Strategy
Mike Fleming Senior Vice President Development Programs and Customer Support
Linda Hapgood Vice President and Program Manager, BCA Digital Transformation
Wendy Lonergan Vice President, Information Technology & Data Analytics - BCA Business Success, Manufacturing & Quality and Sales & Marketing
Elizabeth Lund Senior Vice President and General Manager, Airplane Programs, Boeing Commercial Airplanes
Chair, Program Management Operations Council
Rob Martin Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
David Loffing Vice President and Chief Engineer
Boeing Commercial Airplanes
Brad McMullen Senior Vice President, Commercial Sales & Marketing
Ihssane Mounir Senior Vice President, Global Supply Chain & Fabrication
Carole A. Murray Vice President, Total Quality
Mike Sinnett Vice President and General Manager, Product Development
Scott Stocker Chair, Manufacturing Operations Council
Vice President, Manufacturing and Safety, Boeing Commercial Airplanes

Major Production Facilities

Aerial picture of the Everett site in Washington.

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.

    Airplane Families
    Current Price
    $ in millions average
    737 Family  
    737-700 89.1
    737-800 106.1
    737-900ER 112.6
    737 MAX 7 99.7
    737 MAX 8 121.6
    737 MAX 200 124.8
    737 MAX 9 128.9
    737 MAX 10 134.9
    747 Family  
    747-8 418.4
    747-8 Freighter 419.2
    767 Family  
    767-2C *
    767-300ER 217.9
    767-300 Freighter 220.3
    777 Family  
    777-200ER 306.6
    777-200LR 346.9
    777-300ER 375.5
    777 Freighter 352.3
    777-8 410.2
    777-9 442.2
    787 Family  
    787-8 248.3
    787-9 292.5
    787-10 338.4

    * 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

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    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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