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Old December 14th, 2011, 12:03 AM   #121
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Boeing Delivers BOC Aviation’s 50th Next-Generation 737

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SEATTLE, Dec. 13, 2011 – Boeing [NYSE: BA] and BOC Aviation today celebrated the delivery of the leasing company’s 50th Next-Generation 737, a 737-800.

“We are pleased to take delivery of our 50th Next-Generation 737 aircraft directly ordered from Boeing,” said Mr. Robert Martin, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of BOC Aviation. “We have committed to acquire 100 of this popular aircraft type, including commitments we have made to support our customers under purchase and leaseback transactions, since our company was established 18 years ago. Boeing has been and will continue to be a key supplier and partner to BOC Aviation.”

BOC Aviation is the leading Asia-based aircraft leasing company. The company has ordered 74 Boeing aircraft and acquired another 65 Boeing aircraft on purchase and leaseback transactions from airlines around the world.

“We congratulate BOC Aviation on taking delivery of their 50th Next-Generation 737,” said John Wojick, vice president of Asia Pacific Sales for Boeing Commercial Airplanes. “With the 737-800, BOC Aviation is providing its customers with a progressive airplane that is known not only for its reliability and economical performance, but also for its flexibility to serve a wide range of markets.”

The single-aisle Boeing 737-800 can seat between 162 to 189 passengers. It can fly 260 nautical miles farther and consume 7 percent less fuel while carrying 12 more passengers than the competition.

BOC Aviation is leasing the Boeing 737-800 to WestJet, Canada’s leading high-value, low-fare airline offering scheduled service to 70 destinations in Canada, the United States, Mexico and the Caribbean, with its fleet of 91 Boeing Next- Generation 737-series aircraft.

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Old December 14th, 2011, 11:07 PM   #122
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Boeing Submits Proposal for US Navy Aegis CSEA Contract
  • Next-generation Aegis system will enable Navy to keep pace with evolving threats
  • Combat System Engineering Agent will support Navy's future integrated air and missile defense requirements on Flight III destroyers

WASHINGTON, Dec. 14, 2011 -- The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] today submitted its proposal for the Combat System Engineering Agent (CSEA) contract for the U.S. Navy’s Aegis Weapon System.

“Boeing has assembled a strong team to support the next evolution of the Aegis Weapon System with fresh, innovative solutions,” said Boeing Network & Space Systems President Roger Krone. “Boeing recognizes the vital importance of the Aegis program to the nation’s security, and we are prepared to support the Navy’s goal of affordably enhancing the system’s capabilities to meet future threats and challenges.”

Developed by the Navy, the Aegis Weapon System is a surface-to-air integrated weapons platform designed to defend against airborne threats. The Aegis CSEA will provide systems engineering and development support for the modernization of the current system. Under the new contract, enhanced air and missile defense capabilities will be integrated on Flight III destroyers to help warfighters respond to advancing threats. The Navy is expected to award the Aegis CSEA contract in fall 2012.

“Boeing has a long history of modernizing existing systems, enhancing their capability with the latest tools and technology, and delivering flexible, low-cost, high-performance end products. That kind of expertise will be essential to bringing the Aegis system’s capabilities to the next level,” said Greg Hyslop, Boeing Strategic Missile & Defense Systems vice president and general manager. “Our team has world-class system engineering capabilities, as well as extensive experience with complex integration -- including Navy combat systems, missile defense systems and sensors. As we did with the P-8 program, Boeing can offer the Navy a solution for its Aegis CSEA requirement that will reliably support this important capability upgrade.”

A unit of The Boeing Company, Boeing Defense, Space & Security is one of the world's largest defense, space and security businesses specializing in innovative and capabilities-driven customer solutions, and the world’s largest and most versatile manufacturer of military aircraft. Headquartered in St. Louis, Boeing Defense, Space & Security is a $32 billion business with 63,000 employees worldwide. Follow us on Twitter: @BoeingDefense.

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Old December 15th, 2011, 10:23 PM   #123
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Boeing, FedEx Express Announce Order for 767 and 777 Freighters

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SEATTLE, Dec. 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Boeing Company (NYSE:BA) announced today that FedEx Express has ordered 27 767-300 Freighters and has exercised existing options for two additional 777 Freighters.

"FedEx Express is one of the industry's premier air-freight carriers. The way they have operated the 777 has demonstrated to the world its capabilities as a freighter. We are excited they have chosen to further expand their 777 fleet," said Boeing Commercial Airplanes President and CEO Jim Albaugh. "We're also looking forward to seeing the 767 join FedEx's lineup of airplanes. The 767 is a proven freighter and this order constitutes a strong vote of confidence for its capabilities. It is an airplane that we will be building for decades."

The new 777 Freighters will support FedEx's growth in the international cargo market. The 767 Freighter will be a new model for the Memphis, Tenn.-based freight carrier's fleet of more than 690 airplanes. The addition of the 767 Freighters will enable FedEx to replace its less efficient, medium widebody cargo airplanes with freighters that provide fuel, maintenance and other cost savings.

"The 767-300 Freighter will be a great complement to our freighter fleet," said David J. Bronczek, president and chief executive officer of FedEx Express. "The 767 freighter, with its solid efficiency among medium widebody cargo airplanes, is an ideal solution to support our strategy of providing fast and reliable delivery to every U.S. address and to more than 220 countries and territories."

The 767 Freighter is based on the popular 767-300ER (extended range) passenger airplane. Able to carry approximately 58 tons (52.7 tonnes) of revenue cargo with intercontinental range, the 767-300 Freighter is ideal for developing new long-haul, regional or feeder markets.

The 777 Freighter is the world's longest range twin-engine freighter that can fly 4,900 nautical miles (9,070 kilometers) with a full payload. FedEx is the largest operator of 777 freighters with 17 aircraft in operation and with orders and options for an additional 41 aircraft.

This order builds on a record year for the 777 program bringing the 2011 net order total to 200 airplanes.

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Boeing, Port of Everett Welcome Shipment of Parts for 1,000th 777
  • Emirates Airline to receive 1,000th Boeing 777 in March 2012

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EVERETT, Wash., Dec.15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing (NYSE: BA) and the Port of Everett today celebrated the arrival of the first shipment of parts for Boeing's 1,000th 777 from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Hiroshima, Japan. The shipment, including body panels, was received at the Port of Everett's Mount Baker Terminal, which handles all the oversized airplane parts for the 777 program.

"As the nation's largest exporter in the nation's most trade-dependent state, Boeing's success hinges on smoothly running operations to deliver airplanes reliably to customers around the world," said Larry Loftis, vice president and general manager 777 program.

"The port system is an important part of our operations network. We are grateful for the Port of Everett's support to keep parts and materials efficiently flowing to our factories, which directly links to keeping Boeing and Washington State competitive and restoring the region's economy," he said.

The parts arrive at the Port's deep-water shipping terminals, and are staged and distributed based on the manufacturing needs of the program. The parts are shipped on a barge to the Mount Baker Terminal, which opened in 2008. Then they are transferred to a railroad car for shipment to Boeing. The rail line operates up the steepest operating grade – 5.7 percent – in North America.

"The Port of Everett has partnered with Boeing on the supply chain logistics for the 777 since day one," said John Mohr, Port of Everett executive director. "Over the years, Boeing and the Port of Everett have grown and adapted together. We are proud to be a part of this historic milestone, and look forward to supporting Boeing's expanding business now and into the future," he said.

Mitsubishi is one of five Japanese structures suppliers that provide parts to the 777 program. The others are: Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd., Gifu, Japan; Fuji Heavy Industries, Ltd., Utsunomiya, Japan; NIPPI Corp., Yokohama, Japan; and ShinMaywa, Kobe, Japan.

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Old December 18th, 2011, 05:30 PM   #125
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Boeing Business Jets Delivers First BBJ for Nanshan Jet of China
  • China emerging as key market for business jets

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SEATTLE, Dec. 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing (NYSE: BA) Business Jets today announced the delivery of a BBJ to Nanshan Jet of Yantai, China, rounding out a strong year of orders and deliveries to Chinese customers.

Representatives of Nanshan Jet took delivery of the airplane at the Boeing Delivery Center in Seattle. This is the first BBJ for Nanshan Jet and one of the first aircraft the company will operate on its own.

"Previously our jets were operated by Air China. We're thrilled to begin this new adventure with Boeing as our partner," said Bin Yu, president of Nanshan Jet.

Yu adds the BBJ is Nanshan Jet's largest, most capable aircraft in their fleet of seven and will provide charter services for corporations, government agencies and private individuals in China.

"Flying farther, with lower cabin altitude and with nearly three times the interior space of the largest traditional business jets, Nanshan Jet is going to love their BBJ," said Capt. Stephen Taylor, BBJ president.

Boeing delivers the BBJ to the customer 'green' (no interior or paint) so it can be customized to suit specific needs and tastes. Nanshan Jet has selected Lufthansa Technik's U.S. Subsidiary, BizJet International, to complete its BBJ interior in Tulsa, Oklahoma. It will be configured to carry 28 passengers.

Three of four BBJ orders and three of seven deliveries this year were to customers in China. 2012 is expected to be equally as strong for BBJ in the region.

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Old December 18th, 2011, 05:46 PM   #126
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Boeing Delivers the 7,000th 737
  • Boeing delivers milestone airplane to Middle East low-cost carrier flydubai
  • Popular single-aisle is the best-selling commercial airliner family in history.

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SEATTLE, Dec. 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Today Boeing (NYSE: BA) delivered the 7,000th 737 to come off the production line to Dubai-based flydubai. The airplane is flydubai's 14th Next-Generation 737-800 with the new Boeing Sky Interior. The Boeing 737 is the best-selling commercial jetliner of all time with total orders exceeding 9,300 airplanes, including orders for the new 737 MAX.

"It is incredible to be delivering our 7,000th 737. We thank flydubai and all our customers who have made the 737 the world's most popular jet airliner," said Beverly Wyse, vice president and general manager of the 737 program. "This success is due to the years of expertise that thousands of employees continue to build into every Boeing 737 used in private, government and commercial service."

In November 2010, flydubai had the distinction to be the first airline in the world to offer passengers an enhanced onboard experience with the brand new Boeing Sky Interior. Today's delivery will be the 21st in flydubai's fleet and the airline has an additional 30 737-800s on order.

"We are proud to be a part of this important milestone for the 737," said Ghaith Al Ghaith, CEO, flydubai. "With its continuous innovations, the Next-Generation 737 brings the right combination of operational and environmental performance to address the requirements of our markets." Ghaith adds, "The Next-Generation 737 is a major cornerstone to flydubai's modern, fuel-efficient and economical portfolio of commercial jets."

The 737 is the most produced large commercial jet airliner in history and continues to hit the record books as the program produces airplanes at record rates. The gap between each record delivery is shrinking. It took Boeing 4 years 8 months between the 4,000th and 5,000th, while the gap between the 5,000th and 6,000th delivery was 3 years and 2 months. The 7,000th delivery is just 2 years and 8 months after the 6,000th. With 737 production rates increasing incrementally to a record 42 airplanes a month in the first half of 2014 the gap will continue to close.

The 737 MAX is the new-engine variant of the world's best-selling airplane and builds on the strengths of today's Next-Generation 737. Powered by the new CFM International LEAP-1B engines, the 737 MAX reduces fuel burn and CO2 emissions by an additional 10-12 percent over today's most fuel-efficient single-aisle airplane, the Next-Generation 737. It will have the lowest operating costs per seat in the single-aisle segment with a 7 percent advantage over tomorrow's competition.

To date, Boeing has received orders and commitments for more than 900 airplanes from 13 customers for the 737 MAX, while the Next-Generation 737 family has won orders for more than 6,200 airplanes with a backlog exceeding 2,300 airplanes.

With more than 5,400 airplanes in service, the 737 represents more than a quarter of the total worldwide fleet of large commercial jets flying today. More than 358 airlines in 114 countries fly 737s.

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Boeing Delivers 200th Boeing Sky Interior
  • Norwegian Air Shuttle to operate Next-Generation 737-800


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SEATTLE, Dec. 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing's (NYSE: BA) popular passenger-inspired 737 Boeing Sky Interior marked its 200th milestone with yesterday's delivery to Scandinavian customer, Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA.

"The superior passenger experience of this exciting new interior has been well received by our customers and the traveling public," said Beverly Wyse, 737 vice president and general manager. "Airlines, like Norwegian Air Shuttle, tell us that they draw value from the many practical improvements we have made in the new design."

Since the first 737 Boeing Sky Interior was delivered in October 2010, 65 airlines and leasing companies have ordered the new interior. Norwegian Air Shuttle was one of the launch customers and the first airline in Europe to introduce the innovative Boeing Sky Interior to its passengers. Yesterday's delivery is the airline's 18th Next-Generation 737-800 with the new interior, making it the largest operating fleet.

"We couldn't be more pleased about being part of this important milestone for the 737," said Bjorn Kjos, chief executive officer of Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA. "With its continuous innovations and best product offerings, the Next-Generation 737 not only benefits Norwegian with its unmatched operating costs, but it also offers more comfort to our customers with the unmatched Boeing Sky Interior and benefits the community at large because of its environmental performance."

Norwegian Air Shuttle, based in Oslo, is the third largest low-fare airline in Europe and the second largest airline in Scandinavia. Norwegian operates 48 Next-Generation 737-800s in its fleet.

Drawing from years of research, the 737 Boeing Sky Interior features new modern sculpted sidewalls and window reveals that draw passengers' eyes to the airplane's windows. LED (light emitting diode) lighting allows the airline to put any color into the cabin.

The new design offers larger pivoting overhead stowage bins that add to the openness of the cabin. The bins give more passengers room to store a carry-on roll-aboard near their own seat, adding both extra convenience and extra legroom.

Other features that passengers appreciate are an intuitive placement of switches and call buttons. Boeing redesigned reading-light switches so passengers can find them more easily and avoid accidentally pressing the flight-attendant call button.

Approximately 85 percent of Boeing's backlog of more than 2,300 Next-Generation 737s will be delivered with the Boeing Sky Interior. Customers of the 737 MAX also will benefit from the Boeing Sky Interior.

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Boeing to Convert 747-400 to Freighter for Evergreen International Airlines
  • 747-400 Boeing Converted Freighter Program notches 50th order

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SEATTLE, Dec. 21, 2011 – Boeing [NYSE: BA] and Evergreen International Airlines, a subsidiary of Evergreen International Aviation, today announced the airline will introduce the 747-400 Boeing Converted Freighter to its fleet with delivery to Evergreen in 2012.

The conversion will be the 50th 747-400 jetliner to be modified to a freighter configuration by Boeing, which provides overall management of the conversion, including engineering and materials. Boeing contracts with Taikoo Aircraft Engineering (TAECO) in Xiamen, China, for the modification work.

“This new Boeing 747-400BCF will provide a new dimension for our operations,” said Evergreen International Airlines President Blair Berselli. “The airplane will bring improvements in economics, efficiency and environmental performance and, since Boeing is responsible for the modification, we know that the airplane will receive the superior support that we have come to expect from Boeing.”

Evergreen International Airlines, based in McMinnville, Ore., currently operates 10 747s, including one 747-400 Freighter and nine 747-200 Freighters.

“The 747-400 Boeing Converted Freighter provides efficiency and reliability that will enable Evergreen International Airlines to profitably grow its business,” said Dan da Silva, vice president of Freighter Conversions for Boeing Commercial Aviation Services. “Reaching the 50 conversion milestone shows that air cargo industry recognizes the value of the 747-400BCF.”

Modifications to the airplane include a side cargo door addition, a new, strengthened main-deck floor, full main-deck lining installation, provisions for a new cargo handling system and complete revisions to the airplane systems. The 747-400BCF has positions for 30 pallets on the main deck - volume which is comparable to the 747-400 production freighter.
The 747-400BCF program was launched in 2004 and the first delivery took place in 2005.

Evergreen International Airlines is recognized as a world leader in air freight, providing air cargo transportation and charter services for major airlines, freight forwarders and the U.S. Government. In additional, Evergreen is well-known for its Boeing 747 Supertanker, a converted 747-100, which can carry 20,000 gallons of water, retardant or other fire agents and is deployed around the world for firefighting missions.

About Evergreen International Aviation:
Evergreen International Aviation, Inc. is a portfolio of four diverse aviation companies headquartered in McMinnville, Ore. With international operating authority and a network of global offices and affiliates, Evergreen consists of an international cargo airline that owns and operates a fleet of Boeing 747s; a full-service helicopter company; an aircraft ground handling company; and an aircraft sales and leasing company. In addition to these endeavors, Evergreen owns and operates Evergreen Agricultural Enterprises and is headquartered next to the not-for-profit Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum, home of the “Spruce Goose,” and the Evergreen Wings & Waves Waterpark, the United States’ first educational waterpark.

For more information about Evergreen, please call (800) 472-9361 or visit www.evergreenaviation.com.

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Boeing to meet with workers in Wichita


Boeing is planning a mandatory meeting today for all employees at its Wichita defense plant amid speculation about the facility’s future.

Boeing officials announced last month they have been studying whether to close the defense plant.U.S. Rep. Mike Pompeo, R-Kan., recently said a top Boeing official told him the firm plans to do modifications on the Air Force tankers in Washington state rather than Wichita.

The Wichita Eagle reports that employees were notified Tuesday that they are required to attend today’s meeting.

A recent article in KansasReporters.org speculates that Kansas is fighting an uphill battle with Washington to become a site for Boeing’s airborne tanker construction program.The reason for that concern? Washington is more business-friendly than Kansas.

The website ranked Washington 11th in business-friendly tax policies in 2011. Kansas ranked 35th overall based on a combination of the states’ corporate taxes and individual income taxes, property taxes, unemployment taxes and sales taxes.

South Carolina, where Boeing has built its first assembly line outside the Puget Sound area for its new 787 Dreamliner, was ranked 24th. Texas, where Boeing has a big overhaul and modification operation in San Antonio, was 13th. The Associated Press, John Gillie john.gillie @thenewstribune.com

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Boeing to Close Wichita Facility by the End of 2013
  • Defense budget reductions, limited opportunities for new work and competitive cost structure driving need to close facility

WICHITA, Kan., Jan. 4, 2012 -- The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] today announced that the Boeing Defense, Space & Security (BDS) facility in Wichita will close by the end of 2013. The Wichita facility currently employs more than 2,160 employees.

"The decision to close our Wichita facility was difficult but ultimately was based on a thorough study of the current and future market environment and our ability to remain competitive while meeting our customers' needs with the best and most affordable solutions," said Mark Bass, vice president and general manager for BDS' Maintenance, Modifications & Upgrades division. "We recognize how this will affect the lives of the highly skilled men and women who work here, so we will do everything possible to assist our employees, their families and our community through this difficult transition."

Boeing Wichita is the base for the company's Global Transport & Executive Systems business and its B-52 and 767 International Tanker programs. The facility also provides support for flight mission planning and integrated logistics.

Over the past five years, contracts in Wichita have matured, programs have come to a close or are winding down, and the site does not have enough sustainable business on the horizon to create an affordable cost structure to maintain and win new business.

"In this time of defense budget reductions, as well as shifting customer priorities, Boeing has decided to close its operations in Wichita to reduce costs, increase efficiencies, and drive competitiveness," said Bass. "We will begin program transitions in the coming months, with the complete closure of the site scheduled for the end of 2013. We do not anticipate job reductions as a result of this decision until early in the third quarter of 2012."

Bass said that Boeing will continue to have a significant impact on the Kansas economy and the health of the state's aerospace industry.

"The company spent more than $3.2 billion with approximately 475 Kansas suppliers in 2011, spanning its commercial and defense businesses, making it the fourth largest state in Boeing's supplier network," said Bass. "Based on Boeing Commercial Airplanes growth projections for the next few years, Boeing anticipates even more growth for suppliers in Kansas. Boeing values its long-term partnership with Kansas, and we will continue to work with all of our stakeholders in Kansas in support of a robust aerospace industry in the state."

Future aircraft maintenance, modification and support work will be placed at the Boeing facility in San Antonio. Engineering work will be placed at the Boeing facility in Oklahoma City. Although work on the KC-46 tanker will now be performed in Puget Sound, Wash., the 24 Kansas suppliers on the program will be providing vital elements of the aircraft as originally planned.

Boeing is providing employee assistance including retirement seminars, job search resources, and financial counseling, as well as help finding jobs inside or out of Boeing.

A unit of The Boeing Company, Boeing Defense, Space & Security is one of the world's largest defense, space and security businesses specializing in innovative and capabilities-driven customer solutions, and the world's largest and most versatile manufacturer of military aircraft. Headquartered in St. Louis, Boeing Defense, Space & Security is a $32 billion business with 63,000 employees worldwide. Follow us on Twitter: @BoeingDefense.

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Boeing just misses delivery target, heralds big orders

By AUBREY COHEN, SEATTLEPI.COM STAFF
Updated 11:51 a.m., Thursday, January 5, 2012

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Boeing declared a triumphant end to 2011 Thursday, while glossing over some disappointments.

"This past year was one of the most exciting and important years in Boeing's history," Jim Albaugh, president and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes, said in a news release. "By placing record orders, our customers showed their confidence in our products and the quality of work performed by our employees."

Also Thursday, Boeing announced it had orders from an unidentified customer or customers for 25 787 Dreamliners and two 767s.

Boeing set several records last year:

  • Most 777s ordered in a year -- 200;
  • Most-valuable order -- first, Emirates' order for 50 777-300ERs, worth $18 billion at list prices; quickly topped by Southwest Airlines' order for 150 re-engined 737 MAX airplanes, worth $19 billion at list prices;
  • Largest order, by number of airplanes -- Southwest's for 150 737 MAX planes;
  • Largest commitment, by value and number of airplanes -- Lion Air's to-be-finalized deal to buy 201 737 MAX airplanes and 29 737-900ERs, worth $21.7 billion, with options for another 150 airplanes, worth $14 billion.

All told, Boeing netted orders for 805 commercial airplanes and delivered 477, including the first 787 Dreamliners and 747-8 Freighters. Since launching the 737 MAX in August, it has piled up orders and commitments from 15 customers for more than 1,000 of the airplanes.

But there's a hint at disappointment in the fact that Boeing's news release made no mention of its 2011 delivery target: originally 485 to 500 commercial airplanes, revised down to 480 in October. (Last year, Boeing headlined its Boeing's year-end release: "Boeing hits 2010 airplane delivery target.")

A big factor was continued delays with the 787 and 747-8. Boeing initially expected to deliver a combined total of 25 to 40 of the new airplanes. It ended up delivering 12 (nine 747-8s and three 787s).

"Our goal in 2012 is to ensure that 787 production is stable and reliable, while maintaining focus on execution as we deliver an increasing number of airplanes across all our programs," Albaugh said in the news release.

Writing on his blog, Boeing Commercial Airplanes marketing chief Randy Tinseth said: "We fell a bit short of our delivery guidance on 787s, but our number one goal this year is to make sure Dreamliner production is stable and reliable as we get those airplanes into the hands of our customers."

Also, the fact that Boeing launched the 737 MAX was itself a sort of concession. Boeing executives repeatedly insisted they were leaning toward launching an all-new airplane to replace the 737 while Airbus piled up orders for its re-engined A320neo. But the company changed course to secure a share of a big order from American Airlines.

"The 737 MAX, with its unmatched efficiency, will be a key part of our customers' future fleet needs," Albaugh said in Thursday's news release. "As our current commitments become firm orders and we add even more customers, I have no doubt that 2012 will be the 'Year of the 737 MAX.'"

Coincidentally, Airbus also delivered 477 airplanes last year. But that's just through November, meaning the European competitor will shoot past Boeing when it adds in December deliveries. And Airbus hauled in orders for 1,521 commercial jets through November, trouncing Boeing. That's thanks mostly to the A320neo; Boeing won more orders for wide-body jets, which are more profitable.

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Boeing Wraps up 2011 With Record-Breaking Order Announcements, 2012 Expected to be the 'Year of 737 MAX'
  • - Market-leading 777 wins most orders ever in a single year
  • - 737 MAX orders and commitments now top 1,000 since launch
  • - Orders from Emirates and Southwest Airlines set new records

SEATTLE, Jan. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing (NYSE: BA) booked 805 net commercial airplane orders in 2011, fueled by a late flurry of record-breaking deals. The company also delivered 477 airplanes, ending the year with a strong backlog of 3,771 unfilled commercial orders.

"This past year was one of the most exciting and important years in Boeing's history," said Jim Albaugh, president and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes. "By placing record orders, our customers showed their confidence in our products and the quality of work performed by our employees. Our goal in 2012 is to ensure that 787 production is stable and reliable, while maintaining focus on execution as we deliver an increasing number of airplanes across all our programs."

The 777 once again led Boeing's twin-aisle programs by setting a new record for orders in a single year at 200, solidifying the company's lead in the widebody segment of the market. Meanwhile, the launch of the 737 MAX spurred historic deals that resulted in more than 1,000 orders and commitments to date from 15 customers.

"The 737 MAX, with its unmatched efficiency, will be a key part of our customers' future fleet needs. As our current commitments become firm orders and we add even more customers, I have no doubt that 2012 will be the 'Year of the 737 MAX'," said Albaugh.

Orders, deliveries and backlog at the end of 2011 by program were as follows:

_______ Gross Orders __________ Net Orders _____________ Deliveries ______________ Unfilled Orders
737 _______ 625 _________________ 551 __________________ 372 _____________________ 2,365

747 ________ 7 __________________ -1 _____________________ 9 _______________________ 97

767 _______ 42 __________________ 42 ____________________ 20 _______________________ 72

777 _______ 202 _________________ 200 ___________________ 73 _______________________ 380

787 _______ 45 __________________ 13 _____________________ 3 _______________________ 857

Total ______ 921 _________________ 805 ___________________ 477 _____________________ 3,771

On top of a strong backlog, the growing demand for Boeing airplanes is driving production rate increases across most of our airplane programs over the next two years. Most notably, 737 will increase production to 38 airplanes per month (35 per month rate begins this month), 777 to 8.3 airplanes per month (currently at 7 per month), and 787 to 10 airplanes per month (currently at 2.5 per month).

Boeing Commercial Airplanes highlights in 2011 included:
  • First delivery of the 787 Dreamliner
  • First delivery of the 747-8 Freighter
  • Premiere and first flight of the 747-8 Intercontinental
  • Launch of the 737 MAX
  • Certification of three new airplanes in one year (787, 747-8 Freighter, 747-8 Intercontinental)
  • U.S. Air Force award of $35 billion tanker contract; 767 line in Everett established as home of the KC-46A
  • Record-setting 200 net orders for 777 program
  • Record orders for Boeing airplanes by dollar value set twice in one year (Emirates order for 777s followed by Southwest Airlines' order for the 737 MAX and Next-Generation 737)
  • Landmark agreement between Boeing and International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers on four-year contract extension
  • Renton selected as future home of 737 MAX
  • 7,000th delivery for 737 program
  • 1,000th delivery for 767 program
  • 1,000th 777 starts production
  • First South Carolina-built 787 starts production
  • 787 Dreamliner kicks off six-month global Dream Tour
  • 787 Dreamliner sets world records for distance and speed during an endurance flight around the world
  • China Services Center opened in Beijing
  • 50th order for the 747-400 Boeing Converted Freighter

A detailed report of Boeing Commercial Airplanes orders and deliveries is available on the Orders and Deliveries website.

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Certain statements in this report may be "forward-looking" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Words such as "expects," "intends," "plans," "projects," "believes," "estimates," "targets," "anticipates," and similar expressions are used to identify these forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are based upon assumptions about future events that may not prove to be accurate. These statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks, uncertainties and assumptions that are difficult to predict. Actual outcomes and results may differ materially from what is expressed or forecasted in these forward-looking statements. As a result, these statements speak to events only as of the date they are made and we undertake no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as required by federal securities laws. Specific factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, statements we make regarding our guidance relating to future financial and operating performance, the effect of economic conditions in the United States and globally, and general industry conditions as they may impact us or our customers, as well as the other important factors disclosed previously and from time to time in our other filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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Boeing Marks Delivery of 1st C-130 AMP Aircraft Modified by Warner Robins Air Logistics Center
  • Warner Robins delivers its 1st C-130 Avionics Modernization Program upgrade to Little Rock Air Force Base

WARNER ROBINS, Ga., Jan. 6, 2012 -- Boeing [NYSE: BA] and Warner Robins Air Logistics Center on Jan. 3 marked delivery of the first C-130 Avionics Modernization Program (AMP) aircraft modified by Warner Robins. The aircraft is the fourth to be delivered to Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark.; the first three were modified by Boeing.

The C-130 AMP cockpit upgrade simplifies and standardizes the multiple C-130 configurations operated by the U.S. Air Force.

“This is the first of the U.S. Air Force C-130 AMP aircraft we will deliver to the warfighter, and we are proud of the product,” said John Adams, Chief, Tactical Airlift Division, Robins Air Force Base.

The aircraft is one of five that will participate in Initial Operational Testing and Evaluation (IOT&E) at Little Rock Air Force Base beginning later this month. The second low rate initial production aircraft at Warner Robins -- scheduled for delivery in February -- will be the fifth aircraft in the IOT&E fleet.

“Boeing is excited to see this upgrade become a reality for America’s armed forces,” said Mahesh Reddy, Boeing C-130 AMP program director. “C-130 AMP will standardize the C-130H fleet and reduce annual ownership cost while offering the crews more situational awareness to perform their missions.”

A unit of The Boeing Company, Boeing Defense, Space & Security is one of the world's largest defense, space and security businesses specializing in innovative and capabilities-driven customer solutions, and the world’s largest and most versatile manufacturer of military aircraft. Headquartered in St. Louis, Boeing Defense, Space & Security is a $32 billion business with 63,000 employees worldwide. Follow us on Twitter: @BoeingDefense.

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Boeing is back over 80,000 in Seattle area employment, up by tens of thousands since the most recent valley. This is a big part of why Seattle's economy is a little healthier than most, and why the city continues to grow at a decent clip.
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Boeing Achieves 737 Rate Increase
  • - Company delivers first 737 built at the new rate of 35 airplanes a month
  • - Celebrates employee achievements and Renton site selection for 737 MAX

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RENTON, Wash., Jan. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing (NYSE: BA) today successfully achieved a production rate of 35 airplanes a month for the Next-Generation 737, with the delivery of the first airplane produced at the new rate to AWAS Aviation Services, Inc. Norwegian Air Shuttle will lease the airplane from AWAS. The 35th airplane to be built at the new rate is on schedule to roll out of the factory today which demonstrates that the production system has been operating successfully at a rate of 35 airplanes a month.

Employees will focus on stabilizing the production rate at 35 a month while investments are underway to go up in rate to 38 737s a month in second quarter 2013 and 42 a month in the first half of 2014.

Leaders of the 737 program acknowledged employees' contributions to achieving the record rate at an employee celebration at the Renton factory today. Employee teams implemented new lean improvements to create production capacity.

"Working as a team, we have achieved production levels never previously reached," Beverly Wyse, vice president and general manager of the 737 program, told employees. "It's because of the focus and dedication of 737 employees that we've reduced waste in our production system and identified opportunities to further increase our productivity.

"The first airplane at the 35-a-month production pace rolled out of the factory the smoothest ever. Only eight jobs were completed outside of our production sequence out of thousands and we only experienced three part shortages during production," Wyse said.

The program also celebrated securing production of the 737 MAX at the Renton factory. "The capability of this team played heavily into the decision to keep the 737 MAX here in Renton," Wyse said. "With the years of dedication and experience our employees have, there's no one better at designing and building the 737."

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Boeing Delivers Two 777-300ERs to Saudi Arabian Airlines
  • Airline announces order for eight 777-300ERs

EVERETT, Wash., Jan. 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing (NYSE: BA) reached a major milestone with Saudi Arabian Airlines when it delivered the airline's first two 777-300ERs (extended range), marking another step forward in Boeing's historic and enduring relationship with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

At the delivery ceremony, Saudi Arabian Airlines also announced an order for eight 777-300ERs valued at $2.4 billion at current list prices. This order was previously accounted for on Boeing's Orders and Deliveries website in 2011.

"The new order reiterates our confidence in the 777 which has justifiably earned a reputation for its improved fuel efficiency, reliability and passenger comfort," said H.E. Eng. Khaled Al-Mulhim, director general of Saudi Arabian Airlines. "With the ongoing growth of business and industry in Saudi Arabia, demand in domestic, regional and international travel is also increasing rapidly and the 777-300ER will play a significant role in our long-term strategy growth to expand and modernize our fleet with newer, more fuel-efficient airplanes."

The partnership between Boeing and Saudi Arabia dates back to 1945 when President Franklin D. Roosevelt presented a DC-3 Dakota airplane to King Abdulaziz Al-Saud, the founder of the Kingdom. Saudi Arabian Airlines took delivery of its first 777, a 777-200ER, in December 1997 and currently owns and operates 23 Boeing 777-200ERs.

"We are grateful for the confidence Saudi Arabian Airlines has placed in the 777 and in Boeing," said Jim Albaugh, president and CEO, Boeing Commercial Airplanes. "We will continue working closely with the airline to provide the best commercial aircraft and services to support its plans for growth, and we look forward to strengthening our partnership with Saudi Arabia by supporting the Kingdom's goals for technology development and education."

The 777-300ER extends the 777 family's span of capabilities, bringing twin-engine efficiency and reliability to the long-range market. The airplane carries passengers up to 7,930 nautical miles (14,685 km).The 777-300ER offers airlines additional flexibility in serving the nonstop routes that passengers demand. Boeing incorporated several performance enhancements for the 777-300ER, extending its range and payload capabilities. Excellent performance during flight testing, combined with engine efficiency improvements and design changes that reduce drag and airplane weight, contributed to the increased capability.

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Boeing and Norwegian Announce Order for 100 737 MAX; 22 Next-Generation 737s

  • - Record order from a European airline, valued at $11.4 billion at list prices
  • - Norwegian is first European 737 MAX customer

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OSLO, Norway, Jan. 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing (NYSE: BA) and Norwegian have announced a firm order for 100 fuel-efficient 737 MAX airplanes and 22 Next-Generation 737-800s. The total order is valued at $11.4 billion at list prices and represents the largest-ever Boeing order from a European airline.

Oslo-based Norwegian is the first European carrier to finalize an order for the 737 MAX. The order supports Norwegian's plans to build on the success provided by its fleet of Next-Generation 737-800s for its rapidly expanding operations.

"Norwegian has become one of the largest 737 operators in Europe and has been a valued Boeing partner since the airline was established," said Aldo Basile, Boeing Commercial Airplanes vice president Sales, Europe. "Since it began operating in 2002, Norwegian has achieved tremendous success with its low-cost model, providing significant value to both its passengers and shareholders."

"This is a historic day for Norwegian – we have secured our fleet renewal for years to come and are very pleased with the agreement with Boeing," said Norwegian's CEO Bjorn Kjos. "Boeing has played a major part in our strategy to develop a cost efficient and environmentally friendly operation with high customer satisfaction. We are very happy to continue our valuable cooperation and we are proud to be the first 737 MAX customer in Europe."

"The 737 MAX will deliver fuel savings better than any competing single-aisle airplane on the market," said Basile. "We're really pleased to provide this great performance to Norwegian. Improved financial performance and improved environmental performance go hand-in-hand as fuel burn is lowered."

The 737 MAX is the new-engine variant of the world's best-selling airplane and builds on the strengths of today's Next-Generation 737. The airplane will be powered by CFM International LEAP-1B engines which will reduce fuel burn and CO2 emissions by an additional 10-12 percent over today's most fuel-efficient single-aisle airplane. The 737 MAX will have the lowest operating costs in the single-aisle segment with a 7 percent advantage per seat over tomorrow's competition.

This order continues the momentum for the 737 MAX. With the Norwegian order, the 737 MAX has orders and commitments for more than 1,000 airplanes from 15 customers and the Next-Generation 737 family has orders for more than 6,300 airplanes.

Norwegian currently operates a fleet of 62 airplanes: 48 Next-Generation 737-800s and 14 737-300s. Including today's announcement, Norwegian has 184 unfilled orders for Boeing airplanes including: 100 737 MAX airplanes, 78 Next-Generation 737-800s and six 787 Dreamliners from Boeing and leasing company partners.

Carrying nearly 16 million passengers in 2011, Norwegian is the third-largest low-cost airline in Europe. Norwegian currently operates more than 300 routes across Europe into North Africa and the Middle East and employs approximately 2,500 people. The company was listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange in 2003.

More information: http://www.newairplane.com/737/737Max/norwegian

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I wouldn't consider the order to be such a success as Boeing points out. Sure, they've ordered lots of plans, but a 100% Boeing operating company has also ordered 100 Airbus Neo's. An Airline willing to order a new type of plane and so increase its logistics and training costs must have a good reason to do so, so it's a bittersweet order for Boeing.
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American unveils 777-300ER with Sky Interior elements

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With its 1,000th unit coming down the line for Emirates, Boeing's 777 continues to evolve from its earliest incarnations. The latest interior catalog offerings, now selected by American Airlines, include a 787 and 737-style Sky Interior LED-lit entryway for its 777-300ERs, which enter the fleet in December. Long-time Boeing interior design firm Teague was believed to have been working on this feature for a while now.

The features of its 777 were hinted about last year when, just days after its bankruptcy filing, the carrier announced what would be aboard its new twin.

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Arranged in a three-class cabin configuration, the new 777-300ER will provide the airline with more passenger and cargo capacity than any other aircraft in its fleet today. Customers will be welcomed into the aircraft by unique mood lighting. American will be the first carrier to use a dramatic archway and ceiling treatment on the 777-300 to create a feeling of spaciousness.
At that point, American's news release did not include any images or additional details about the interior. Whether the Sky Interior-inspired lighting will run the length of the 777 isn't clear from the photos release by the airline. Further, the carrier appears to be an early customer for the formerly branded Panasonic Fusion in-flight entertainment system, now known as the Integrated Smart Monitor, a photo of which is below the fold.

Additional photos of its business and first class seating are available on American's Facebook page.

UPDATE 3:46 PM ET: While Boeing and American have focused on upgrades to evolve the 777's interior, the company has been finding ways to improve the environmental efficiency of building and delivering each aircraft. While environmental efficiency is the banner under which 10 improvements have been made to the manufacturing process, the bottom line is how to reduce the cost to build each 777 through continuously improving and optimizing its processes.

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Meet the Boeing family of wide body jetliners

787: She is drop-dead gorgeous, she has all the "right" friends, and all the boys want to date her. She loves spending time at the spa, and she is addicted to social media. Predictably, she is a drama queen. Every little problem gets blown out of proportion, resulting in tears and tantrums. She has an attitude of entitlement, believing that everyone exists to serve her needs and desires.

767: He isn't terribly smart, or good-looking, or popular, or talented. He is a little clumsy and socially awkward. Though he is a diligent and reliable worker, his only real option for the future is to go into the military, because frankly he has little prospect of finding employment in the private sector. But bless his heart, we love and adore him.

777: He's the family overachiever. Eagle Scout, 4.0 average, captain of the football team, scholarship offers flowing in, a gorgeous and smart girl friend. He wonders to himself how he could possibly be related to this cast of characters, and secretly wishes he weren't.

747: Quiet and studious, she tends to keep to herself. She's a bit heavy and has a touch of asthma. She seems wise beyond her years, and is burdened by an unspoken sadness. Yet she is unfailingly loyal and will go to the wall for you. Others would do the same for her in an instant.
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