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Boeing Corporate Office

Boeing Corporate Office Address

The Boeing Company
100 N Riverside Plaza
Chicago, IL 60606

Contact Boeing

Phone Number: (312) 544-2000
Fax Number: (312) 544-2082
Website: http://www.boeing.com
Email: Email Boeing

Executives

CEO: W. James McNerney Jr
CFO: Gregory D. Smith
COO: Dennis A. Muilenburg

Boeing History

Boeing was founded in 1916 in Seattle, Washington by William E. Boeing as the Pacific Aero Products Company.  The company originally produced seaplanes from wood.

In 1917, the company was renamed to the Boeing Airplane Company.  Boeing shipped 2 planes to the US Navy that same year and they ordered 50 more.

In 1919, the Boeing B-1 made its maiden flight.  The plane was designed to carry mail.

In the 1930′s, the company began making its airplanes from metal.  In 1937, Boeing designed the first pressurized cabin transport airplane.

In the 1940s and 1950s, Boeing began heavy production of airplanes for the military, including B-47 and B-52 bombers.

Today, Boeing is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.  The company has several distinct divisions: Commercial, Defense & Space and Engineering & Ops.  They also run a finance division called Boeing Capital.

 

 

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Jeff Stewart March 30, 2014 at 6:17 pm

Regarding the Flight 370 disappearance, I have a suggestion to make planes easier to find. Put a transponder in an upper (detachable) segment of the tail section. The transponder turns on automatically when the plane’s electrical system is activated, and can NOT be turned off manually from the cockpit. The transponder is connected to a generator in the body of the plane, as well as to a smaller, internalized battery or generator located within the tail segment. In the event of an water-crash, the tail is the highest point on the plane. As long as the plane stays afloat, the transponder will send a signal. In the event that the plane sinks, the upper segment of the tail section will disconnect when activated by pressure plates / sensors. The segment will float to the surface, and the transponder (via its internalized generator or battery) will continue to send signals. Dye markers could also be released. Even with current / waves, the dye wouldn’t disperse by much in the few hours it would take to locate the floating transponder.

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Tesfai March 27, 2014 at 4:56 pm

TESFAI ALEM
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RozRolle March 25, 2014 at 1:00 pm

I along with others are afraid to fly on your products. It seems to me that the flaws in your planes manifest themselves when the units either catch fire, or crash. I have been flying since the Super G Constellation and even back then, we seldom had a plane go missing.
Since your company, Boeing , seems to listen to nobody, maybe you should go back to design 101. Put a GPS locator on the planes especially those that travel long distances over water. If they can locate a person with a phone and my lowly On Star, surely your so called engineers should be able to figure out a system that can find a plane whether in water or on the ground. If you need help from some of your customers, just put out the word, and I’m sure there are some among us that have an idea that would improve the quality of your product.

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willie joe etlinger March 23, 2014 at 1:40 pm

Sir,
For a period of time articles have appeared in the media about the problems of the battery catching fire in the large airplane. My neighbor who is retired with the Navy with 20 years of service worked on electronic equipment of airplanes.
He said the battery that is in the plane is different than other batteries. It needs to be in a cold area. otherwise it will get too hot and a fire will start. A cooling system such as simple as a window unit a/c or use the airplane a/c to be directed to the battery itself.

willie joe etlinger
XXXX e polk ave
victoria, tx 77901
361 578 XXXX
jetliXXXX@att.net

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Robert Childs February 18, 2014 at 1:53 pm

Comment on latest turbulence event with 737. Thank god it was a 737

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Pam November 19, 2013 at 2:15 am

With the pickings at boeing in Washington State tell the people to go back to work or they lose their jobs. Why not move the whole plant down to Smokey Mountain and give these very poor people a job that are Hillbillies. Pay them $ 7.02 a hour and at thanksgiving time give them all big roast a box of mash potatoes and a white cake only. That would be their like the money gave out to all employee in Washington State but you would save more money this way.You do this money ever year. Also at Christmas give them only a bag of oranges and two boxes of candy. I hope you do this. Its time these poor people get good jobs also. This will teach Washington state. The poor people should build the plant pay them $7.46 a hour.

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Tom Leavitt November 15, 2013 at 5:30 pm

Re: Vancouver, Washington

Folks:
If Boeing is considering the relocation of certain departments, how about Vancouver, Washington?
Access is easily available to Hwys’ I-5 & I-84; rail exists; as does the Ports of Portland & Vancouver…with,
of course, Portland International Airport 10 minutes away.
Please have the appropriate executive contact Mayor Tim Leavitt [personal 1-360-600-XXXX].
Thank you.
Tom Leavitt
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
thomasXXXXXXXXX@msn.com

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R.Kannan Naidu November 15, 2013 at 4:34 am

Date: 15/11/2013
I have a suggestion to eliminate the dangers encountered by jet engine Air crafts by bird hitting. Please provide me the email address of concern chief executive and also the president of your company.

Thanking you,
for Autofill Engineering,

R.Kannan Naidu.
Properitor

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Marianne Johns October 15, 2013 at 1:49 pm

I worked for Boeing in Corinth, Tx. and had a 401k plan and need to find out where my money is. e-mail is mkjohns53@XXXXX.com

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Lance Hering September 20, 2013 at 12:05 pm

I am trying to find a point of contact for hiring at Boeing. Can you please provide for this information for me…

Thanks,
Lance

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