Boeing Aircraft Charters, Sales and Leasing Services
The Boeing Company is a multinational aeronautical manufacturer headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. Besides producing business jets, airliners, and rotorcraft, Boeing also designs, manufactures and sells rockets and satellites. Boeing is one of the largest global aircraft manufacturers in the world and is the second largest aerospace and defense contractor in existence as of 2012. The company is also America's largest exporter. The company is lead by CEO James McNerney and consists of five distinct divisions, each assigned an area of expertise. In 2013, Boeing's reached rank 30 in the Fortune 500 based on $86 billion in sales.
In 1910, William E. Boeing purchased a shipyard and converted it into his very first airplane factory. Boeing was incorporated in 1916 as Pacific Aero Products Co.. In 1917, the company became known as the Boeing Airplane Company. At the onset of World War I, Boeing took advantage of the U.S. Navy's need for seaplanes and introduced his new Model Cs. The U.S. Navy promptly ordered fifty units and so began the successful enterprise of Boeing aircraft.
Upon the end of the war, Boeing avoided the fate of many other aircraft manufacturer's by selling alternative products during a time when aircraft manufacturing suffered a drop in demand. Less than a year later, Boeing introduced the B-1, which was a flying boat functioning as an airmail craft. Throughout the development of several more models, in 1927 Boeing built the Model 40A, which won an important U.S. Post Office contract to deliver air mail. The company continued to focus on air mail until the beginning of World War II, when the focus was quickly turned towards military bombers.
It wasn't until 1958 that Boeing delivered the United States' first commercial jet airliner, the 707. This would be the foundation for Boeing's iconic modern airliners, such as the 757, of which over 1,000 units were produced. Today, Boeing continues to dominate much of the aviation industry. The company has always focused on larger aircraft and it is a testament to the company's long established vision that it has remained so successful throughout the years. Read more about Boeing on Wikipedia.
Types of Boeing Jets Available in the Market
|Aircraft name||Max Pax||Range (nm)|
|Boeing Business Jet||149||5985|
|Boeing Business Jet 2||189||4750|
|Boeing Business Jet 3||100||4225|
|Boeing 777-200LR VIP||88||10000|