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  • airbus is better than boeing

    They havent been around as long as boeing, so boeing have a slight upper hand. I think that airbus is better than boeing because they (airbus) on general are better. Airbus is better because it has a couple more longe range aircraft...boeing only has the 777.

  • Boeing Superjumbo V Dreamliner

    I believe that the Boeing Superjumbo jet is more efficient than the Dreamliner. This is because despite the Superjumbo having almost 50% more floor space and 60% more headroom than the Boeing 747-400, it is 50% quieter on take off. The Z900 is better than either of these; shut up and stop posting your bad arguments about your bad airlines and realise that the Z900 is way better than that absolute tosh you call a Boeing Superjumbo AND the utter blatherskite you call a Dreamliner.

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  • Boeing or Airbus?

    Boeing Airbus Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Airbus Boeing Airbus Boeing love the airbus but boeing 747 better Boeing Airbus Boeing Boeing 100%.

  • What was the most effective aircraft of WWII

    Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress The Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress is a four-engine heavy bomber aircraft developed in the 1930s for the United States Army Air Corps. Although Boeing lost the contract because the prototype crashed, the Air Corps was so impressed with Boeing's design that they ordered 13 more B-17s for further evaluation. Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress The Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress is a four-engine heavy bomber aircraft developed in the 1930s for the United States Army Air Corps.

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  • Monitoring the Military Industrial Complex

    Historically, Boeing has funded the political careers of Republicans and Democrats more or less evenly. However, in the 2006-08 cycle, Boeing suddenly increased its bribery to Democrats by an alarming degree. This spike was reversed in the last election, which saw Republicans become the main beneficiaries of Boeing largess from 2012-2014.

  • CAD/CAM software

    If you are going into anything aerospace, Boeing GE, it's all CATIA.: At 12/2/2012 11:23:03 PM, lewis20 wrote: : AutoCAD is my favorite, also had to use CATIA. If you are going into anything aerospace, Boeing GE, it's all CATIA.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q:
    Where is Boeing's corporate headquarters?
  • A:
    The main office is located in Chicago, Illinois.
  • Q:
    Which market sectors does Boeing operate?
  • A:
    The company operates in Aerospace, Aircraft, Arms industry, Aircraft Manufacturing, Guided Missile and Space Vehicle Propulsion Unit and Propulsion Unit Parts Manufacturing, Search, Detection, Navigation, Guidance, Aeronautical, and Nautical System and Instrument Manufacturing and Guided Missile and Space Vehicle Manufacturing.
  • Q:
    What companies has Boeing purchased?
  • A:
    Strategic acquisitions made by Boeing include Insitu.
  • Q:
    What is the stock ticker symbol and stock exchange for Boeing?
  • A:
    The company's stock ticker is "BA" listed on the NYSE stock exchange and "7661" listed on the TYO stock exchange.
  • Q:
    Who was the company founder of Boeing?
  • A:
    William Boeing founded the business.
  • Q:
    When was Boeing founded?
  • A:
    The business was founded in July, 1916.
  • Q:
    Who are the Board of Directors at Boeing?
  • A:
    Some Members of the Board include:
    - Arthur D. Collins Jr., Board Member
    - John E. Bryson, Board Member
    - W. James McNerney Jr., Chairman
    - Rozanne L. Ridgway, Board Member
    - John F. McDonnell, Board Member
    - William M. Daley, Board Member
    - Richard Nanula, Board Member
    - John H. Biggs, Board Member
    - Linda Cook, Board Member
    - Kenneth M. Duberstein, Board Member
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