11 Facts About Boeing

1. The US Federal Aviation Administration and Boeing are evaluating the need for software or design changes to 737 MAX jets.

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2. The average salary at Boeing is $76,784, reported by former employees.

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3. In September 2018, Boeing signed a deal with the Pentagon worth up to $2.4 billion to provide helicopters for protecting nuclear-missile bases.

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4. On 27 April 2017, Boeing filed a petition for dumping them at $19.6m each, below their $33.2m production cost.

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5. In 2004, Boeing ended production of the 757 after 1,050 aircraft were produced.

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6. In September 2001, Boeing moved its corporate headquarters from Seattle to Chicago.

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7. In 1967, Boeing introduced another short—and medium-range airliner, the twin-engine 737.

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8. In 1938, Boeing completed work on its Model 307 Stratoliner.

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9. In 1932, Boeing introduced the Model 248, the first all-metal monoplane fighter.

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10. In 1925, Boeing built its Model 40 mail plane for the US government to use on airmail routes.

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11. In 1923, Boeing entered competition against Curtiss to develop a pursuit fighter for the US Army Air Service.

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