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Boeing airlines

  1. 1. BOEING is a trademark of Boeing Management Company. Copyright © 2007 Boeing. All rights reserved. The BOEING Company Presented by: •Sagar Sood •Simran Madan •Manpreet Singh Dhanoa •Manpreet Singh Birdi •Gurpreet singh •Rajvir singh grewal B.Com 1 (a)
  2. 2. HISTORY • Founded in 1916 by William E. Boeing in Seattle, Washington • Boeing went to Yale and worked in timber industry. Used his wealth and knowledge from this experience in his subsequent design and assembly of airlines • Became “Boeing airline company” on may 9,1917. • Largest civil aircraft company • Largest exporter in the united states. • The company has expanded over the years, and merged with Mcdonnell Douglas in 1997.
  3. 3. BUSINESS OVERVIEW • Design, assemble and support commercial jetliners • Design, assemble and support defense systems • Design and assemble satellites and launch vehicles • Integrate large-scale systems; develop networking technology and network-centric solutions • Provide financing solutions focused on customer requirements • Develop advanced systems and technology to meet future customer needs.
  4. 4. CORPORATE OFFICES  Headquartered in Chicago with presence in several other locations around the world  Focused on:  Global growth strategies  Financial goals and performance  Sharing best practices, technologies and productivity improvements  Leadership development  Ethics and compliance
  5. 5. COMPANY PROFILE  Customers and customer support in 150 countries  Total revenue in 2012: $81.7 billion  70 percent of commercial airplane revenue historically from customers outside the United States  Manufacturing, service and technology partnerships with companies around the world  Contracts with 26,500 suppliers and partners globally  Research, design and technology-development centers and programs in multiple countries  More than 170,000 Boeing employees in 50 states and 70 countries 59.3%16.10% 1% 12.20% 5.70% 2.70% 1.50% 1.40% By geography US Asia Canada Europe Middle East Oceania Africa Others
  6. 6. PRODUCTION Boeing is organized into two business units: -Boeing commercial airplanes -Boeing integrated defense systems. Supporting these two units is: -Boeing capital corporation, a global provider of financing solutions. -The shared services group, which provides a wide range of services to Boeing. -Boeing engineering, operations and technology, which helps develop, acquire, apply and protect innovative technologies and processes.
  7. 7. MARKET SHARE
  8. 8.  Major airlines are the largest customers for civil aerospace product manufactures. (78.5% Market Shares) Their demand is driven by the need and desire for airlines to expand their fleet or replace ageing models  Industry revenue will rise at an average annualized rate of 2.7% over the five years through 2016 to reach $161.6 billion.
  9. 9. COMPETITORS  Main Competitors  Commercial Airplanes: Airbus, Embraer and Bombardier  Military Aircrafts (BDS): Lockheed Martin Corporation, Northrop Grumman Corporation, Raytheon Company and General Dynamics Corporation
  10. 10. PRODUCTS AND SERVICES Boeing is organized into two business units: Boeing airlines Commercial Airplanes Integrated Defense Systems
  11. 11. COMMERCIAL AIRPLANES  Headquartered in the Puget Sound region of Washington state  2012 revenues of $49.1 billion  Approximately 85,000 employees  Offering a family of airplanes and a broad portfolio of aviation services for passenger and cargo carriers worldwide
  12. 12. There are mainly five commercial aircrafts of Boeing used by airlines these days:- Boeing 737 Boeing 747 Boeing 767 Boeing 777 Boeing 787
  13. 13. BOEING 737  First flight :April 9,1967  Seating capacity: 85-215  Primary users: southwest airlines , american airlines  Maximum speed: 544mph  The 737 has flown more than 113 billion miles equivalent to approximately 806 round trips from earth to sun.
  14. 14. BOEING 747  First flight :feb 9,1969  Seating capacity: 365-605  Primary users: British airways, Lufthansa  Maximum speed: 594mph  The US president’s aircraft is also 747.
  15. 15. BOEING 767  First flight :September 26,1981  Seating capacity: 180-375  Primary users: Delta airlines , American airlines  Maximum speed: 567mph  It is a mid-size, wide body twin engine jet liner built by boeing commercial airplanes.
  16. 16. BOEING 777  First flight :June 12,1994  Seating capacity: 300-550  Primary users: United airlines , Emirates  Maximum speed: 590mph  777 is the very first commercial jet to be designed entirely on coomputer. No paper drawings were ever produced
  17. 17. BOEING 787  First flight :December 15,2009  Seating capacity: 210-330  Primary users: Air India , Japan airlines  Maximum speed: 593mph
  18. 18. INTEGRATED DEFENSE SYSTEMS  Headquartered in St. Louis, Mo., with global operations in four nations and 21 states  Formed in 2002 integrating Boeing’s defense, space, intelligence and communications capabilities  Designing, building and supporting net-enabled platforms and systems for government and commercial customers  Approximately 60,000 employees.
  19. 19. SWOT ANALYSIS
  20. 20. OBJECTIVES  Continuous improvement in quality of products and processes.  A highly skilled and motivated workforce  Capable and focused management  Technical excellence  Financial strength  Commitment to integrity
  21. 21. BOEING IN FORTUNE 500  Boeing  Rank: 39  CEO: W. James McNerney The 97-year-old aerospace and aviation company reached record revenues last year of $81.6 billion, fueled by increased orders of commercial airplanes like the 737 and the delivery of 11,000 military weapons systems. But its 787 “Dreamliner,” a new carbon composite-laden plane that promises 20% more fuel efficiency than the competition, hit a rough patch when the Federal Aviation Administration grounded it for two separate battery fires.
  22. 22. BOEING AIRLINES

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