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Contact Boeing through the company's official website or through its social media outlets as of 2015. Boeing's Contact Us page provides contact information for different departments, such as Boeing Capital Corporation and Boeing Defense, Space and Security, as well as a Web contact form that individ


Boeing Total Access is Boeing's electronic employee information system. The system provides information about employment and benefits to current and former employees of the corporation. Membership in Boeing Total Access is restricted to current and former employees only.


Unfortunately for aviation enthusiasts and travelers, no Boeing 797 aircraft exists as of 2015. Boeing may eventually use the 797 designation for a future aircraft; however, the number is most associated with Internet hoaxes claiming the announcement of a huge blended-wing aircraft.


The two most common Boeing 747s, the 747-400, and the 747-8, share the 40-year-old model’s characteristics of four engines, two decks, the bump on the upper compartment and the ability to transform into a cargo or passenger jet due to their large size. The first 747 passenger jet, flown in 1970, is


Boeing's mission statement, which the company refers to as its vision, is, "People working together as a global enterprise for aerospace industry leadership." The company takes a multi-faceted approach to achieving its vision.


According to the Aeronautical Engineering 96 course at Virginia Tech University, the exact cost of parts and manufacturing for commercial airliners is proprietary; however, the estimated price for tires on a Boeing 747 airliner is $2,100 each. The actual cost would depend on the newness and durabili


The Boeing 747-400, the longest tenured 747 model as of 2015, measures 211 feet 5 inches from wing-tip to wing-tip. From the tip of the nose to the end of the rear winglets, the Boeing 747-400 is 231 feet 10 inches long. The plane stands 63 feet 8 inches tall.


The 707 was the first jet airliner manufactured by Boeing. It was produced from 1958 to 1979. The carrying capacity ranges from 140 to 189 passengers. The 707 is generally credited as the aircraft that ushered in the jet age and established Boeing as one of the largest manufacturers of passenger air


The landing speed of a common passenger version of the Boeing 747 is approximately 160 mph. The speed can vary depending on conditions, but it remains near this number.


The landing speed of the Boeing 747-200, the standard passenger version of the Boeing 747, is just over 160 mph. The Boeing 747 is one of the most popular and widely used aircraft in the world.