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  • Boeing Australia - 2012
    17 31 10 2012 Boeing Pilot Instructors Complete Training on EC135 Helicopter with Surf Life Saving Queensland 30 10 2012 Insitu Pacific Successfully Integrates McQ Sensor Technology with ScanEagle UAS 30 10 2012 Boeing to Demonstrate Enduring Commitment to Australia s Land Force at Land Warfare Conference 24 09 2012 Boeing Innovation on Display at Global Aeronautical Science Congress 06 08 2012 Boeing Establishes Simulator based Training for Kiowa Flight Instructors 31 07 2012 Boeing to Provide Integrated Logistics Support for Thales Australia Vehicle Prototypes 16 07 2012 Boeing Demonstrates Multi location Paint Capability for Royal Australia Air Force 12 07 2012 Boeing Stands Up Australian Super Hornet Sustainment Capability 11 07 2012 Boeing Insitu Pacific support global UAV Challenge in Australian outback 09 07 2012 Boeing Virgin Australia Announce Order for 23 737 MAX 02 07 2012 RAAF Wedgetail Debuts at USAF Red Flag 27 06 2012 Aerospace experts enable unmanned aircraft to fly to the ResQu 13 06 2012 Boeing US Navy Conduct Successful F A 18E F Satellite Communications Test 04 06 2012 Boeing Delivers the Sixth and Final Wedgetail AEW C Aircraft to the RAAF 03 06 2012 Boeing Demonstrates SATCOM on the Move SOTM on a live Ka band Satellite Network 02 05 2012 Boeing Designs Advanced Technology Winglet for 737 MAX 19 04 2012 Boeing Honours 16 Suppliers of the Year for Exceptional Performance 26 03 2012 1st Boeing 702 Medium Power Satellite Sends Initial Signals from Space 16 03 2012 Boeing Wins Contract to Paint Royal Australian Air Force Fleet 08 02 2012 Boeing Awards Production Contract to Lovitt Technologies Australia 27 01 2012 Boeing Thales Select EC135 for Helicopter Aircrew Training System 11 01 2012 Boeing Awarded US Army Contract for 14 Additional CH 47F Chinook Helicopters 08 01 2012 Boeing CSIRO

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  • Boeing Australia - 2011
    Boeing Completes Delivery of RAAF Super Hornets Ahead of Schedule 11 10 2011 Boeing Sharpens Focus on Environmental Performance 21 09 2011 Boeing led Team Delivers 1st Peace Eye AEW C Aircraft to Republic of Korea Air Force 21 09 2011 Boeing US Army Celebrate 130 Million Investment in CH 47 Chinook Production Facility 14 09 2011 Boeing Delivers Royal Australian Air Force s 5th C 17 Globemaster III 18 08 2011 Boeing to Provide Simulator based Training for Australian Army Kiowa Pilots 11 07 2011 Boeing boosts 20 year aircraft forecast as demand continues to grow 06 06 2011 Boeing announces senior leadership changes at its Australian aerostructures and defence businesses 24 05 2011 New sustainable bio derived jet fuel industry is achievable 09 05 2011 Boeing Delivers Super Hornet Trainers to Royal Australian Air Force 03 05 2011 Brisbane firm is latest Australian company to win Boeing business 27 04 2011 Boeing Vigilare System Completes Operational Testing in Australia 21 04 2011 Boeing US Navy Mark Delivery of 500th Super Hornet Growler 19 04 2011 Boeing Supports Australian Army Kiowa Fleet Through 60 000 Flight Hours 18 04 2011 Boeing Australia Announce Order for 5th C 17 Globemaster III 04 04 2011 Boeing Vigilare System Completes Site Acceptance Testing 25 03 2011 Boeing Receives AUS 15 5M MHFCS Support Services Contract 04 03 2011 Boeing KC 135 Subcontracts Help Australian Firms Export Capabilities to US 03 03 2011 Boeing Thales to Pursue Helicopter Aircrew Training Opportunity 22 02 2011 Boeing to Highlight the Products and Services Australia Depends on at Avalon 2011 01 02 2011 Air New Zealand Expands Use of Boeing 777 Component Services Program 06 01 2011 Boeing Delivers 4 More Super Hornets to Australia Ahead of Schedule Media Contacts Boeing Australia Allison Bone 61 2

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  • Boeing Australia - January
    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 News Releases Boeing Media Room Current Market Outlook News Releases 2014 2013 2012 2011 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Date Title Images 01 01 2014 Boeing 787 9 Dreamliner to visit New Zealand in international debut Media Contacts Boeing Australia Allison Bone 61 2 9086 3300 allison bone boeing com Boeing Defence Australia James Baker 61 7 3306 3411 james m baker9 boeing com Boeing Commercial Airplanes Media Relations 1 206 766 2910 After 5 pm Pacific 1 206 304 8114 Boeing Defense Space Security Communications 1 703 414 6312 Washington D C Government Operations Media Relations 1 703 465 3228 Boeing Capital Corporation John Kvasnosky 1 425 965 4057 Engineering Operations Technology Candace Heckman 1 425 965 3733 candace k heckman boeing com Environment Blythe Jameson 1 562 484 1536 blythe e jameson boeing com Shared Services Group Communications

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  • Boeing Australia - 2013 Aero Environment Summit
    Stories Boeing January 01 0001 2013 Boeing Aero Environment Summit Boeing hosted its 4th Aero Environment Summit in Sydney on May 22nd 2013 The summit brought together airlines engine manufacturers academics and regulatory bodies to present latest thinking and examples of what they are doing to improve the aviation industry s environmental performance Topics covered included The Boeing Company s global environmental efforts improvements in air traffic management that are reducing flight times and emissions Australian policy shaping on sustainable aviation biofuels results of an Australian first study on aviation biofuels pricing and information on the latest environmental initiatives by airlines Presentations and biographies are available below Biographies Dr Daniel Klein Marcushamer Director of Technoeconomic Analysis at the Joint Bioenergy Institute Kimberley Smith Vice President of Environment Health and Safety The Boeing Company Terry Mutter Director Enterprise Safety and EHS International Environment Health and Safety The Boeing Company Dr Susan Pond Chair of the Australian Initiative for Sustainable Aviation Fuels Presentations Kim Smith Designing the future Innovation and Environmental Sustainability Dr Susan Pond Presentation to Boeing 2013 Aero Enviro Summit Dr Daniel Klein Marcuschamer Technoeconomic Analysis of Bio Jet Fuel Production Mr Rob Weaver En route to Sustainability Allison Bone Communications Director Boeing Australia New Zealand 61 2 9086 3300 allison bone boeing com Featured Stories December 09 2013 Safe Travels Read More October 07 2013 Pacific Maritime 2013 Gallery Read More October 02 2013 Making a big splash Read More August 12 2013 Top Trainer Read More May 22 2013 2013 Boeing Aero Environment Summit Read More February 26 2013 Avalon 2013 Read More February 26 2013 Avalon 2013 Image Gallery Read More November 27 2012 C 17 Globemaster III Arrival Ceremony Image Gallery Read More November 26 2012 C 17 Globemaster III delivers the best value in its

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  • Boeing Australia - Advancing Australia
    and Government Aircraft Factories later AeroSpace Technologies of Australia Today these three companies are the foundation of Boeing Aerostructures Australia It began in 1927 when United Kingdom aviation pioneer Geoffrey de Havilland established de Havilland Australia as his first overseas subsidiary The company first focused on production of Tiger Moth trainers but the need for combat aircraft during the Second World War forced a shift to Mosquito fighter bomber and reconnaissance airplanes More than 200 Mosquitoes would be built at the de Havilland plant in Bankstown a suburb of Sydney Australia s second major manufac turer was Commonwealth Aircraft Corp Founded in 1936 Commonwealth Aircraft established an assembly plant at Fishermans Bend Melbourne where it built a modified version of the North American Aviation BC 1 trainer named the Wirraway an Aboriginal name meaning challenge Between 1938 and 1946 Commonwealth Aircraft assembled 755 Wirraways which were used as trainers and general purpose combat airplanes by the Royal Australian Air Force The Wirraway design provided the base for Commonwealth Aircraft s Boomerang an indigenous fighter that filled a critical need until a modern fighter could be built That need was answered with the arrival of the North American P 51 Mustang Com monwealth Aircraft built 200 Mustangs at the Fishermans Bend facility which had the distinction of being the only Mustang production line outside the United States The Second World War gave rise to Australia s third major aircraft manufacturer established by the government as the Department of Aircraft Production Sharing the runway with Commonwealth Aircraft at Fishermans Bend the Department of Aircraft production built 700 Bristol Beauforts and 365 Beaufighters After the war the Department of Aircraft Production was reorganized and the name was changed to the more familiar Government Aircraft Factories Following the war all three manufacturers quickly brought the jet age to Australia Commonwealth Aircraft continued its partnership with North American Aviation receiving a license to produce F 86 Sabre fighters De Havilland Australia built Vampire fighters and Government Aircraft Factories assembled English Electric Canberra medium bombers and later French designed Mirage III fighters In 1961 de Havilland Australia became Hawker de Havilland and in 1986 acquired Commonwealth Aircraft Together they supported Government Aircraft Factories in the production of Boeing F A 18 Hornets Government Aircraft Factories was reorganized in 1987 as AeroSpace Tech nologies of Australia portions of which were purchased by Rockwell In December 1996 with Boeing s acquisition of Rockwell s aerospace and defense business the former Rockwell holdings in AeroSpace technologies of Australia became a wholly owned subsidiary of Boeing Acquiring Hawker de Havilland in 2000 Boeing brought together the three historic manufacturers and in 2009 they were united under one name Boeing Aerostructures Australia This consolidated a heritage of some 85 years of aircraft manufacture in Australia Today Australia is recognized as home to one of the world s leading centers for the manufacture of advanced composite structures building critical control surfaces for the 787 Dreamliner and exploring new applications of resin infusion

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  • Boeing Australia - 2013 Boeing Aero Environment Summit
    FEATURED CONTENT MULTIMEDIA CONTACT US Featured Stories 2013 Boeing Aero Environment Summit 2013 Boeing Aero Environment Summit May 22 2013 Boeing hosted its 4th Aero Environment Summit in Sydney on May 22nd 2013 The summit brought together airlines engine manufacturers academics and regulatory bodies to present latest thinking and examples of what they are doing to improve the aviation industry s environmental performance Topics covered included The Boeing Company s global environmental efforts improvements in air traffic management that are reducing flight times and emissions Australian policy shaping on sustainable aviation biofuels results of an Australian first study on aviation biofuels pricing and information on the latest environmental initiatives by airlines Presentations and biographies are available below Biographies Dr Daniel Klein Marcuschamer Director of Technoeconomic Analysis at the Joint Bioenergy Institute Kimberley Smith Vice President of Environment Health and Safety The Boeing Company Terry Mutter Director Enterprise Safety and EHS International Environment Health and Safety The Boeing Company Dr Susan Pond Chair of the Australian Initiative for Sustainable Aviation Fuels Presentations Kim Smith Designing the future Innovation and Environmental Sustainability Dr Susan Pond Presentation to Boeing 2013 Aero Enviro Summit Dr Daniel Klein Marcuschamer Technoeconomic Analysis of Bio Jet Fuel Production Mr Rob Weaver En route to Sustainability Featured Stories December 09 2013 Safe Travels Read More October 07 2013 Pacific Maritime 2013 Gallery Read More October 02 2013 Making a big splash Read More August 12 2013 Top Trainer Read More May 22 2013 2013 Boeing Aero Environment Summit Read More February 26 2013 Avalon 2013 Read More February 26 2013 Avalon 2013 Image Gallery Read More November 27 2012 C 17 Globemaster III Arrival Ceremony Image Gallery Read More November 26 2012 C 17 Globemaster III delivers the best value in its class and the most affordable and

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  • Boeing Australia - Top Trainer
    speak for themselves 117 pilots have graduated from Boeing s AATTS facility and Boeing has assisted in the training of an additional 68 aircrewman 84 Black Hawk and 28 Chinook pilots In 2012 alone the company delivered more than 26 000 flight training hours in the Kiowa and more than 10 000 hours in the Black Hawk Boeing s AATTS Program Manager Mark Brownsey credits the experience of Boeing s instructors and maintenance personnel Boeing has a highly qualified team with the credentials required to ensure training for the Commonwealth is delivered on time and without compromising safety said Brownsey Our flight instructors have an average of 5 000 flight hours each and they are using a mix of simulated and live training environments that safely mitigate training risks while at the same time reducing the time required to train According to Brownsey the Boeing AATTS instructors are one of the largest groups of former military qualified instructors not only in Australia but in the Asia Pacific region They have been critical to Boeing s ability to meet or exceed all of the Army s training and maintenance requirements including successfully completing 100 per cent of training courses on schedule said Brownsey In partnership with the Army Boeing has helped mature its rotary wing training program to match the Army s needs Other program milestones include graduating qualified Black Hawk technicians delivering a broad range of ancillary training courses performing approximately 7 000 training sorties 8 000 flying hours and more than 4 000 services across Kiowa and Black Hawk training helicopters annually Developing and training the next generation of Australian Army warfighters is a responsibility Boeing does not take lightly said Brownsey That s why we have worked hard to develop best practice training systems ensuring we are a

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  • Boeing Australia - Pacific Maritime 2013 Gallery
    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 Featured Stories Pacific Maritime 2013 Pacific Maritime 2013 Gallery October 07 2013 Images of Boeing products on display at Pacific Maritime 2013 are available below A U S Navy P 8A prepares for take off A Harpoon prepares for launch A ScanEagle in full flight WGS 6 launched in August 2013 A Phantom Eye in full flight Featured Stories December 09 2013 Safe Travels Read More October 07 2013 Pacific Maritime 2013 Gallery Read More October 02 2013 Making a big splash Read More August 12 2013 Top Trainer Read More May 22 2013 2013 Boeing Aero Environment Summit Read More February 26 2013 Avalon 2013 Read More February 26 2013 Avalon 2013 Image Gallery Read More November 27 2012 C 17 Globemaster III Arrival Ceremony Image Gallery Read More November 26 2012 C 17 Globemaster III delivers the best value in its class and the most affordable and complete airlift solution Read More November 02 2012 Enduring commitment to Australia s Land Force Read More October 31 2012 Image Gallery Read

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