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Boeing device designed to confront COVID-19
In the face of COVID-19, Boeing completes first entirely virtual support of a modification.
Boeing donated 40,000 3D printed face shields for distribution to medical professionals in need of personal protective equipment around the United States.
To date, Boeing has helped transport over four million units of PPE to front line health care professionals and other communities in need.
Employees take to the skies in order to deliver masks to remote areas in Washington State.
UK Royal Air Force and Boeing employees print face mask parts
Boeing completed its fourth transport mission in less than a month, carrying personal protective equipment from China to the United States.
Our team adapted their scheduling software to help a hospital address increasing patient numbers due to COVID-19.
“On this flight, we were carrying cargo, which our aircraft never does,” said Sandra Granados, flight engineer.
“We wanted to find a way to give back,” Larance said. “And we wanted to have a dog in our life.”
Partnering with Prisma Health, Atlas Air Worldwide and Discommon to support South Carolina healthcare workers.
A Boeing-owned 737-700 helps transport 540,000 medical-grade masks from China to the United States.
Meet two additive manufacturing experts hard at work to help 3D-print face shield frames in Renton, Wash.
We were confident that a Boeing supplier could help mitigate their raw material bottleneck.
Face shields to be used by medical professionals fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
We’re 3D-printing face shields, offering our Dreamlifter to the U.S. federal government and donating equipment to hospitals
Washington is home to nearly half of Boeing’s employees, and the state was among the first in the country to be hit hard by COVID-19.
As COVID-19 continues to spread, Boeing's people and products are helping provide aid through relief efforts.
At Boeing and across the aerospace industry, there is continued support for our communities and the heroic healthcare professionals working tirelessly to stop the virus. We’re in this together.