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  • Boeing Australia - Home
    787 DREAMLINER GLOBAL CAPABILITIES DEFENSE SPACE SECURITY PRODUCTS A Z SUPER HORNET CLASSIC HORNET CHINOOK GLOBEMASTER WEDGETAIL GLOBAL CAPABILITIES RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY ABOUT BOEING GENERAL INFORMATION PUBLICATIONS FRONTIERS AERO VELOCITY CAREERS NEWS MEDIA ROOM NEWS RELEASES BOEING MEDIA ROOM CURRENT MARKET OUTLOOK FEATURED CONTENT MULTIMEDIA CONTACT US Introducing the new 777X First Flight of the 787 Dreamliner Watch here On cloud 9 Introducing the 787 9 Dreamliner A Perfect 10 Introducing the new 787 10 Dreamliner Current Market Outlook CMO 2013 2032 now available Australian International Airshow 2013 Power of Flight Boeing Delivers Royal Australian Air Force s 6th C 17 Virgin Australia finalises order for the new 737 MAX Boeing derivative aircraft They start out as commercial aircraft but are transformed for military use They are commercial derivative aircraft and Boeing provides them to customers around the world View here Boeing and Australia Boeing s presence in Australia is the company s largest footprint outside the United States View Now Safe Travels Boeing s systems engineering capability makes Australian air travel safer for civilians and the military View here Boeing Subscribe to the Boeing Twitter updates now for all the latest updates http twitter com Boeing BoeingAirplanes Subscribe to the

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  • Boeing Australia - Boeing Australia
    CONTACTS BDA PRODUCTS SERVICES SUPPLIER INFORMATION INFORMATION OPERATIONAL SERVICES INTEGRATED LOGISTICS TACTICAL DERIVATIVE AIRCRAFT LEADERSHIP ABOUT US COMMUNITY AFFAIRS PRODUCTS SERVICES COMMERCIAL AIRPLANES 737 MAX NEXT GENERATION 737 747 8 INTERCONTINENTAL 767 777 787 DREAMLINER GLOBAL CAPABILITIES DEFENSE SPACE SECURITY PRODUCTS A Z SUPER HORNET CLASSIC HORNET CHINOOK GLOBEMASTER WEDGETAIL GLOBAL CAPABILITIES RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY ABOUT BOEING GENERAL INFORMATION PUBLICATIONS FRONTIERS AERO VELOCITY CAREERS NEWS MEDIA ROOM NEWS RELEASES BOEING MEDIA ROOM CURRENT MARKET OUTLOOK FEATURED CONTENT MULTIMEDIA CONTACT US About Boeing In Australia Economy Education Community History Environment Executives Subsidiaries Boeing Australia About Boeing in Australia Boeing s presence in Australia is the company s largest footprint outside the United States with more than 3 000 employees in 27 locations Explore Subsidiaries Boeing has seven wholly owned subsidiaries that are overseen by Boeing Australia Holdings Pty Ltd which was established to consolidate and co ordinate Boeing s businesses in Australia Explore Community Across the globe good corporate citizenship is a core value of The Boeing Company and integral to the way its business is conducted Giving back to the communities in which we live and work is essential and in Australia this is no exception Explore BOEING AUSTRALIA ABOUT BOEING

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  • Boeing Australia - About Boeing In Australia
    Field Services Boeing Defense Space Security BDS Business Development Product Support The company is headed by Ian Thomas President Boeing Australia and South Pacific He is responsible for government affairs and coordinates all Boeing activities in Australia and the South Pacific region Boeing has been working with Australians for 85 years commencing with the establishment of Hawker de Havilland now Boeing Aerostructures Australia in 1927 Since then Boeing has played an integral role in the region s aerospace industry through its products and services Boeing plays an active part in the Australian community as an employer customer supplier educator researcher innovator and manufacturer Employing almost 3 000 people in Australia Boeing works with scores of local customers and over 1 000 local suppliers In 2010 the company generated nearly 800 million in onshore revenue and sales in the vicinity of A 5 billion working with the Australian Defence Force Qantas Virgin Australia and other customers The work being undertaken to build parts for the 787 Dreamliner at Boeing Aerostructures Australia is the country s largest single aerospace contract valued at around 4 billion over 20 years In 2007 Boeing established the Office of Australian Industry Capability OAIC to successfully bring Australian small to medium sized enterprises into Boeing s global supply chain To date the OAIC has facilitated contracts worth more than 230 million to Australian industry The vision to match the best of Australian innovation to the global strength of Boeing is exemplified in the continued growth of Boeing Research Technology Australia which excels in the development of a wide range of innovative technologies and works closely with a number of key partners including a highly productive 23 year relationship with CSIRO One of these Boeing CSIRO partnerships is the world first earth to engines biofuel study Flight Path

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  • Boeing Australia - BDS Overview
    Locations Contacts BDS Overview Boeing Defense Space Security Boeing Defense Space Security combines manned and unmanned airborne capabilities intelligence and security systems communications architectures and extensive large scale integration expertise across several diverse business areas A 32 billion business with 61 000 employees worldwide Defense Space Security s strategy is to understand the enduring needs of customers and provide capability based solutions to meet their rapidly evolving requirements The strategy includes understanding the art of using current and emerging technologies to improve the capabilities of existing products and deliver new solutions Boeing Defense Space Security s success will continue to be driven by its ability to provide customers with the right solutions at the right time and the right cost To effectively address future evolving requirements for capability driven solutions the business is organised around capabilities to further improve execution reduce organizational complexity and improve competitiveness helping to better serve customers and compete for and capture new business BDS s divisions each provide a unique range of through life service solutions to its customers Boeing Military Aircraft Global Services Support Network Space Systems Phantom Works Joint Ventures Please click on the icons below to learn more about Boeing Defense Space

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  • Boeing Australia - BCA Overview
    and currently has 64 in its fleet having retired or sold some over the years These include the 737 800 Next Generation NG aircraft the most economical fastest and most efficient single aisle plane in its class Qantas bought its first 737 800 jets in 2002 in one of the fastest aircraft deliveries in history with the first 15 planes arriving within 100 days of contract signature Indeed the 737 family has proven a tremendous workhorse for many airlines in this region making up a large proportion of the fleets of Virgin Australia Air Pacific Air Vanuatu Air New Zealand Our Airline formerly Air Nauru and Qantas Boeing s relationship with New Zealand began in 1966 when the National Airways Corporation which later became part of Air New Air Zealand purchased three 737s This relationship was further cemented in 1981 when Air New Zealand purchased its first jumbo jet and began service from Auckland to London the following year Since that time the airline has become a leading global carrier and currently deploys 747s 767s 737s as well as both the B777 200ER and B777 300ER Air New Zealand is the launch customer for the much anticipated 787 9 Dreamliner Virgin Australia domestic services launched in 2000 with just two 737 400 planes Now the airline and its sister carriers Pacific Blue and Polynesian Blue operate more than 50 Boeing 737 700 and 737 800 NG aircraft and Virgin Australia has 40 737 800 NG aircraft on firm order as well as additional options When Virgin Australia s international arm V Australia launched its long haul routes it chose the comfortable and spacious twin aisle 777 300ER Today it has five 777 300ERs in its fleet Air Pacific the national carrier of Fiji operates 747s 767s and 737s to Australia

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  • Boeing Australia - Locations & Contacts
    Research Technology Australia BR T Australia GPO Box 767 Brisbane QLD 4001 AUSTRALIA Tel 61 7 3306 3000 Explore Jeppesen Australia Jeppesen Australia Pty Limited Level 6 Boeing House 363 Adelaide Street Brisbane QLD 4000 AUSTRALIA Telephone 61 7 3105 9400 Fax 61 7 3105 9401 Visit Website Insitu Pacific Insitu Pacific Limited 95 Mina Parade Alderley QLD 4051 Telephone 61 7 3182 4000 Visit website Mailing List Innovation at Boeing never stops Be the first to know what s new and exciting in the world of aviation Name Email Address Company Of Age I certify that I am 18 years of age or older Country United States Canada Afghanistan Åland Islands Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antarctica Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Aruba Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Bouvet Island Brazil British Indian Ocean Territory Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Cayman Islands Central African Republic Chad Chile China Christmas Island Cocos Keeling Islands Colombia Comoros Congo Congo The Democratic Republic of the Cook Islands Costa Rica Côte d Ivoire Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Djibouti Dominica Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Falkland Islands Malvinas Faroe Islands Fiji Finland France French Guiana French Polynesia French Southern Territories Gabon Gambia Georgia Germany Ghana Gibraltar Greece Greenland Grenada Guadeloupe Guam Guatemala Guernsey Guinea Guinea Bissau Guyana Haiti Heard Island and McDonald Islands Holy See Vatican City State Honduras Hong Kong Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran Islamic Republic of Iraq Ireland Isle of Man Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jersey Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kiribati Korea Democratic People s Republic of Korea Republic of Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Lao People s Democratic Republic Latvia Lebanon Lesotho Liberia Libyan Arab

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  • Boeing Australia - Economy
    NEWS RELEASES BOEING MEDIA ROOM CURRENT MARKET OUTLOOK FEATURED CONTENT MULTIMEDIA CONTACT US About Boeing In Australia Economy Education Community History Environment Executives Subsidiaries Economy With an overall investment of more than 800 million in its Australian businesses which in turn produce annual sales of approximately 900 million Boeing has strategically expanded its presence to become much more than an aerospace company Boeing s operations are located in every Australian state and territory with the exception of Tasmania with a total of 27 sites and more than 3000 direct employees A large number of Australian suppliers and Small Medium Enterprises SMEs support Boeing s activities In addition Boeing generates approximately 400 million in export revenue for Australia through producing components for various commercial and military aircraft software products and services defence related equipment and services and specialist consulting services further highlighting the company s contribution to the nation s economic outcomes Through its partnerships with Australian industry Boeing is helping to create and sustain thousands of high grade high value jobs in the Australian aerospace industry and wider economy Boeing s expenditure also stimulates new capital investment in the Australian industrial base which helps companies maintain their competitive edge Latest

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  • Boeing Australia - Education
    the cutting edge aerospace industry is through the smart talented and enthusiastic youth of today In Australia the company is passionate about engaging and encouraging young people through education to inspire their interest in science particularly aerospace and aviation related projects For example Boeing Defence Australia supports the Gateway Schools Program which is a partnership initiative between the Queensland Government and industry bodies to create pathways for Queensland high school students to enter into careers within the aerospace industry At present 17 schools across the state are involved in the project and 24 schools offer the Aerospace Studies curriculum to more than 1 200 year 11 and 12 students Boeing also works closely with selected Australian universities to enhance undergraduate curricula support continuing education of Boeing employees recruit candidates for employment and collaborate on research that benefits the company s long term business needs Since 2008 Boeing has contributed ongoing financial support to Australian universities and is currently supporting University of Queensland Queensland University of Technology and Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology with funds used for student projects travel bursaries scholarships awards and student outreach programs In addition to educating high school and university students Boeing is dedicated to life long learning for its employees The company encourages local and international study and each year across the business a number of Australian employees undertake professional assignments and gain exposure to programs from a global operations perspective The skills transfer aspect also extends to Australian small and medium enterprises working with Boeing A number of Australian businesses have benefited from assistance in the implementation of initiatives like quality assurance and the lean manufacturing principles of the Boeing production system which has led to development and expansion of their manufacturing skills and the knowledge and expertise to bid for further work in

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