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Some amazing facts about boeing !!

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Boeing’s history
Origin of the Boeing Company date back to 1916, when William E. Boeing founded Pacific Aero Products Company. It developed single-engine, two-seat B&W seaplane with Conrad Westervelt.
Renamed The Boeing Airplane Company in 1917, the company initially produced aircrafts: Pursuit Planes, Patrol Bombers and Torpedo Planes AND flying boats for the US Navy. During 1920s, ventured into airmail services and acquired several aircraft and component manufacturers such as Avion, Pratt & Whitney, Sikorsky Aviation, and Hamilton Metalplane.
1934 - Antitrust legislation passed. Boeing underwent a major breakup, which resulted in the formation of three separate entities:
Boeing Airplane Company.
United Aircraft Corporation (later, United Technologies Corporation) United Airlines

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Some amazing facts about boeing !!

  1. 1. Disclaimer: All Data has been captured from Market Realist. A post By Ally Schmidt • Apr 8, 2015 11:18 am EST Compiled by: Simranjit Walia
  2. 2. Boeing: The Beginning Boeing’s history Origin of the Boeing Company date back to 1916, when William E. Boeing founded Pacific Aero Products Company. It developed single-engine, two- seat B&W seaplane with Conrad Westervelt. Renamed The Boeing Airplane Company in 1917, the company initially produced aircrafts: Pursuit Planes, Patrol Bombers and Torpedo Planes AND flying boats for the US Navy. During 1920s, ventured into airmail services and acquired several aircraft and component manufacturers such as Avion, Pratt & Whitney, Sikorsky Aviation, and Hamilton Metalplane. 1934 - Antitrust legislation passed. Boeing underwent a major breakup, which resulted in the formation of three separate entities: • Boeing Airplane Company. • United Aircraft Corporation (later, United Technologies Corporation) • United Airlines Disclaimer: All Data has been captured from Market Realist. A post By Ally Schmidt • Apr 8, 2015 11:18 am EST
  3. 3. Boeing Airplane Company Products Boeing Airplane Company produced many products like Planes, Marine Craft, starting with the Hydrodynamic Test System (or HTS) in 1959, followed by large number of commercial and military Hydrofoils and the Boeing 929-100 Jetfoil. It also produced: • Military aircraft such as the B-17, P-51 Mustang, and F/A-18 Hornet • Commercial transport aircraft such as the DC-3, 747, and SST • Helicopters such as the CH-46 Sea Knight and CH-47 Chinook • Spacecraft such as the Saturn V Moon Rocket, Space Shuttle Orbiter, and the International Space Station • Satellites such as the 702 Satellite and Solar-Power Satellite Disclaimer: All Data has been captured from Market Realist. A post By Ally Schmidt • Apr 8, 2015 11:18 am EST
  4. 4. Overview Today’s Boeing Company Currently, the Boeing Company is the world’s largest Aerospace Company, serving the commercial, defence, and space segments. The company produces a vast array of products and services such as commercial and military aircraft, weapons, launch systems, satellites, performance-based logistics and training, advanced information and communication systems, and electronic and defence systems. Boeing is the largest commercial jet manufacturer in the US and the world’s second largest behind Airbus. It is also the second largest defence contractor in the US behind Lockheed Martin (LMT), followed by Raytheon (RTN), General Dynamics (GD), and Northrop Grumman (NOC). Together, these companies comprise 14.19% of the Industrial Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLI). Boeing’s international presence is spread across more than 140 countries, and about 75% of the world’s fleet consists of Boeing-built commercial jetliners. Disclaimer: All Data has been captured from Market Realist. A post By Ally Schmidt • Apr 8, 2015 11:18 am EST
  5. 5. Boeing Airplane Company Boeing: Region Based Revenue Share Disclaimer: All Data has been captured from Market Realist. A post By Ally Schmidt • Apr 8, 2015 11:18 am EST
  6. 6. Boeing Commercial Airplanes The Boeing Company has two main business segments and three support units that integrate with its business segments. The two business segments: 1. Boeing Commercial Airplanes 2. Boeing Defence, Space, and Security. The three support units 1. Boeing Capital Corporation 2. Boeing Engineering, Operations & Technology 3. Shared Services Group. Boeing’s Commercial Airplanes segment is involved in the design, development, production, marketing of commercial jetliners, aviation services support, aircraft modification, spare parts, technical advice, a complete family of freighters to carry cargo and training across the globe. Boeing Jetliners - wide range of passenger and cargo requirements. The workhorse 737 narrow-body jetliner and the quiet technology 737 MAX series. Its wide-body Aircraft line includes the 747, 767, 777 (including the twin-aisle 777X), and the 787 Dreamliner. Disclaimer: All Data has been captured from Market Realist. A post By Ally Schmidt • Apr 8, 2015 11:18 am EST
  7. 7. Boeing Airplane Company RevenueBoeing’s Revenue (2014) • Roughly 75% of the world’s fleet • 90% of the world’s cargo • Commercial Airplanes business contributing about 66% • Record delivery of 723 aircraft during The segment also has a considerable backlog of $440,118 million. The company’s major customers in this segment are United Continental (UAL), Southwest Airlines (LUV), and Delta Air Lines (DAL). ETFs that have exposure to airline Disclaimer: All Data has been captured from Market Realist. A post By Ally Schmidt • Apr 8, 2015 11:18 am EST
  8. 8. Commercial Aircraft Classifications Aircraft Overview • Number of engines • Speed range • Distance range • Usage • Power and Propulsion type • Lift type However, the most common way of classifying commercial Aircraft is as Wide- body and Narrow-body Aircraft. Single-Aisle and Dual-Aisle Aircraft. Cabin Diameter Based Narrow Body Wide Body Aisle Based Single Aisle Dual Aisle Disclaimer: All Data has been captured from Market Realist. A post By Ally Schmidt • Apr 8, 2015 11:18 am EST
  9. 9. Airline Market Global Overview Company Industrials Performance • Boeing produces commercial Aircraft that can carry 100–500 passengers. • The two largest aircraft companies in the world: Airbus and Boeing • Both primarily focus on wide-body aircraft that are capable of serving long-range destinations. • The two companies also cater to the narrow-body segment, with four to seven across seating. • The rest of the companies focus on Turboprop and narrow-body aircraft and find their strengths in smaller three- and four-across seating configurations. • The two most common aircraft manufacturers that power airline fleets across the globe are Airbus (EADSY) and Boeing (BA). • Others like Embraer (ERJ), Bombardier (BDRAF) and Finmeccanica follow these two manufacturing giants. Disclaimer: All Data has been captured from Market Realist. A post By Ally Schmidt • Apr 8, 2015 11:18 am EST
  10. 10. Boeing Narrow-Body Aircraft Narrow-body Aircraft • Cabin diameters typically ranging from 10–13 feet • Seating configurations that vary from two to six across. • Smaller planes with a single aisle separating the seats. • Amenities such as lavatories, in-flight entertainment, and baggage compartments. Narrow-body Aircraft • Primarily serve short- or medium-haul domestic routes. • Typically accommodate up to 150 passengers and about 10 crew. • Mostly used by domestic airliners to transport passengers along their routes. Narrow Body Aircrafts 727 737 757 Disclaimer: All Data has been captured from Market Realist. A post By Ally Schmidt • Apr 8, 2015 11:18 am EST
  11. 11. Leading Narrow-body Aircrafts Leading Narrow- body aircraft • Airbus (EADSY): A319, A321-200, and A320 • Boeing (BA): 727, 737, and 757 • McDonnell Douglas: DC9, MD 80, and MD 90 • Embraer (ERJ): E-Jet family and ERJ 145 Boeing 727 737 757 Airbus A319 A321- 200 A320 Mcdonnel Douglas DC 9 MD 80 MD 90 The most popular single-aisle, narrow-body planes include various manufacturers, aircraft type and variants commissioned by each airline. Disclaimer: All Data has been captured from Market Realist. A post By Ally Schmidt • Apr 8, 2015 11:18 am EST
  12. 12. Boeing 737: Narrow-body Workhorse B737 Narrow-body Workhorse • Boeing 737 is the best- selling commercial airliner in history. • B-737 dominates the short- and medium-haul markets. • Popular for its reliability, simplicity, and economical operation. • Carry 85–215 passengers and are twin-engine, single-aisle planes. Boeing’s variants currently in production are the 700, 800, 900ER, C-40, 737 AEW&C, and P-8 series of airliners. Most advanced model is the 737 MAX, which uses the CFM International LEAP-1B engines. Boeing also produces an advanced version of the 737 called the Boeing Business Jet (or BBJ and cargo variants for government and military uses. Disclaimer: All Data has been captured from Market Realist. A post By Ally Schmidt • Apr 8, 2015 11:18 am EST
  13. 13. Boeing Wide-Body Aircraft Wide-body Aircraft • Boeing’s (BA) wide- body aircraft with a cabin width of 16–23 feet. • Seats usually configured seven to ten across. • Typically have two aisles separating the seats and have several travel classes. • Can accommodate 200–500 passengers. Wide-body Aircraft • Capable of flying transoceanic routes • Also used as transport commercial cargo across the globe. • These aircraft also serve in scientific, research & military uses. • Include galleys, lavatories and in-flight entertainment etc. • Some carriers include onboard Wi-Fi service. Wide Body Aircrafts 747 767 777 787 Disclaimer: All Data has been captured from Market Realist. A post By Ally Schmidt • Apr 8, 2015 11:18 am EST
  14. 14. Leading Wide-body Aircrafts Leading Wide - body Aircraft • Airbus: A330, A340, A350XWB and A380 • Boeing 747, 767, 777, and 787 Dreamliner Boeing 747 767 777 778 Airbus A330 A340 A350 A380 The most popular wide-body aircraft, also known as jumbo or super jumbo jets. These aircraft also serve in scientific, research, and military uses. Disclaimer: All Data has been captured from Market Realist. A post By Ally Schmidt • Apr 8, 2015 11:18 am EST
  15. 15. B787 Dreamliner • The B787 Dreamliner is Boeing’s biggest jetliner. • B787 has a capacity of 242– 335 passengers. • Long-range, mid-size wide- body, twin-engine jet airliner and features fly-by- wire flight systems. • Four-panel windshield, and a smoother nose contour. The Boeing 777 family features long-range, wide-body, twin-engine jet aircraft with a seating capacity of 314–451 passengers. Its current production models are the 777-300ER and the 777F freighter variant. The upcoming 777X family, including the lengthened 777-9X and extra-long- range 777-8X, will have newer features such as folding wingtips and upgraded engines. Boeing 787: Wide-body Dreamliner Disclaimer: All Data has been captured from Market Realist. A post By Ally Schmidt • Apr 8, 2015 11:18 am EST

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