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2022 Annual Report

The 2022 Annual Report highlights the innovation, passion and collaboration of our global teams. We remain committed to safety and quality in every aspect of how we design, build and support our products and services. From resuming 787 deliveries to opening a state-of-the-art distribution facility in Germany to furthering space exploration with the successful launch of Artemis I with its SLS core stage, we are confident in our future.

2022 Annual Report Proxy Statement

We charted the course of aerospace history through the last century, and we will do the same again over the next one hundred years. Our steadfast commitment to safety, quality, integrity and sustainability leads the way as we operate with discipline, patience and transparency. These principles are tightly woven into the fabric of our values and our culture.”

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David L. Calhoun

David L. Calhoun
Boeing President and CEO

Boeing by the Numbers

  • 737 MAX

    Delivered 374 737 MAX airplanes

  • Shipped 8+ million parts, chemicals and consumables

  • Provided nearly $2B of tuition assistance for employees since 1998 as part of Learning Together Program

  • Boeing and the U.S. Air Force celebrated 50 years of F-15 innovation

  • Veterans make up 14.6% of Boeing’s U.S. workforce

  • Purchased 2 million gallons of blended SAF for its U.S. commercial airplane operations

  • Delivered the 155th P-8

  • $197M donated from Boeing to support global community engagement efforts

  • Delivered 100th contracted 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighter

  • Boeing contributed $50M in support of STEM education globally

  • Hired approximately 23,000 Boeing employees

  • Invested about $4B in R&D, as well as capital expenditures on our infrastructure, factories, labs and manufacturing centers

Note: Data reflected here is current as of Dec. 31, 2022

2022 Safety Milestones

A Commitment to Quality

Passionate About Precision

Boeing resumed 787 Dreamliner deliveries in August, thanks to the perseverance and determination of teammates across the enterprise in addressing nonconformances in some of the airplanes’ joins. While the safety of the airplanes was not compromised, the joins did not meet the airplanes’ exacting design requirements in some instances. Leaders paused deliveries, despite the business impact, in order to inspect yet-to-deliver airplanes and correct any nonconformances.

“When I’m working on the 787, I’m doing my part in defining perfection with precision and passion.” — TJ Heyward, mechanic, 787 program

Responding to Customer Needs

More than 80 customers from six continents have placed orders for nearly 1,500 Dreamliners, making the 787 the fastest-selling twin-aisle airplane in history.

“Boeing and Lufthansa’s histories are intertwined, going all the way back to 1955, and we continue to build this great, transcontinental relationship. … Our companies share pride in our work, our products and in connecting people around the world. … Thank you for your dedication and professionalism in building these great machines. We can’t wait to take delivery of them!” — Carsten Spohr, chairman and CEO, Lufthansa Group

Photo credit: Lufthansa Group

History in the Making

The Boeing Starliner capsule completed a successful orbital flight test in May, making history for the second time as the only American orbital capsule to touch down on land instead of in the ocean. This was the last major step for Starliner to demonstrate the safety, quality and performance of the spacecraft before taking American astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) as part of NASA’s Commercial Crew Program.

The flight test included docking and undocking from the ISS, and provided valuable data for NASA.

“I’m so proud of the team’s resilience and steadfast commitment. NASA is ready to welcome Boeing’s Starliner to the list of American commercial spacecraft capable of flying to the International Space Station.” — Steve Stich, program manager, NASA Commercial Crew Program

Photo credit: NASA

Sustainable Aerospace

Building Toward Our Future

Facing Complex Challenges Head-On

Engineers and technologists at the Boeing India Engineering & Technology Center tackle high-quality, advanced aerospace work and offer their expertise to Boeing’s defense, space and commercial businesses globally. Equipped with diverse skill sets and capabilities, team members deliver cutting-edge R&D in traditional and emerging areas and collaborate with global partners to enhance fleet capabilities through next-generation tools.

“I’m proud that our products and innovations contribute to global aerospace growth. The work we do enhances safety, quality, sustainability and productivity in everything we offer our customers. I’m excited to be part of the Boeing team in India.” — Krishnapriya Palattuthodi, electrical design and analysis engineer, Boeing India

German Distribution Center Helps With Growing Demand

Boeing’s new 200,000-square-foot chemical warehouse near Hamburg, Germany, is a regional hub and hallmark of expanded customer service. The facility serves more than 6,000 global customers with chemicals and specialty materials, with a team of approximately 300 Boeing employees working around the clock to help operators maintain their fleets. The center also supports Boeing’s commitment to sustainable aerospace operations.

“With our new site, we are in a very strong position in the market and will deliver the best services to our customers in Europe and beyond.” — Timo Balke, regional director, Global Services Operations

Neurodiversity at Work

Boeing’s partnerships with Specialisterne USA and Copa Health have helped make our hiring process more inclusive for neurodiverse candidates, who face challenges competing for jobs that align to their skills. The goal of the program is to find neurodivergent individuals with unique skill sets, enhance the diversity of the Boeing workforce and ultimately optimize business operations so we continue to deliver world-class products.

“My main struggle was getting past the interview phase of recruitment because of my difficulty with social skills when I’m nervous. … I already feel a part of the Boeing family.” — Thomas Breitschwerdt, software engineer, V-22 Osprey and Specialisterne USA hire

Celebrating the Past, Embracing the Future

Impacting Our Communities

Code for Success

Boeing partnered with the ThinkYoung Coding School in Gdańsk, Poland, to kick off the first coding school primarily designed for Ukrainian teenagers, but open to children of other nationalities as well. The school is one of many global Boeing community engagement initiatives. Since 2018, Boeing has invested more than 5.9 million euros for pan-European STEM projects.

“Our ThinkYoung Coding School aims to alleviate the war’s impact on the educational development of young Ukrainians by growing digital and technological skills they can bring into their professional future. We are proud to have partnered with Boeing for seven years and reaffirm our joint commitment to improving the lives of young people around the world.” — Andrea Gerosa, founder and CEO, ThinkYoung

Connecting in Times of Need

Boeing employees in Poland helped migrating Ukrainian teammates earlier this year as they fled their native land. They donated and delivered food and medical supplies, set up food trucks and shelters and even opened their homes to their colleagues and strangers crossing over to rebuild new lives. Boeing committed 2 million euros to support humanitarian response efforts in Ukraine and doubled every dollar donated by employees — adding up to more than 1 million euros in charitable contributions.

“My mother and I took a few valuables and my cat and ended up in Poland after a 34-hour train ride. Our Polish colleagues really helped us. They opened their hearts to us, and we really appreciated it! During the first days of war, I must have received a thousand messages from people, friends and colleagues who I maybe met just one time. They were asking what they could do for us. It was really amazing. We feel this support even now.” — Olha Avdieienko (pictured left), originally from Kyiv, Ukraine, now located in Gdańsk, Poland

“Everybody in Poland did all they could to help. My boyfriend owns a food truck, so we decided to drive to the border and prepare food for people crossing the border as well as Boeing Ukraine employees, volunteers, soldiers, policemen and firemen. I ended up helping three families who stayed at my house in Warsaw. They ate dinner with us and slept safely before I helped them get to their new apartment in Gdańsk. I am so glad I had a chance to do that.” — Klaudia Bartkowiak (pictured far left), Boeing Poland, Warsaw

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