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Old 6th February 2015, 08:26 PM
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I see 2 people in FB claim to work for Boeing airline. I don't know of it. Would that be TWA and others Boeing owns?

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If you see Boeing's field where they manufacture the planes it is like an airport onto itself so maybe that's what they mean. And Boeing Airlines might be a term for the test pilots and their division.

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Boeing owns no airline companies. They are in the manufacturing business only. They also make the F15, F18 and the new P-8 that is replacing the Navy P-3 Sub chaser. Their division is called the Commercial Aircraft Division.

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Boeing owns no airline companies. They are in the manufacturing business only. They also make the F15, F18 and the new P-8 that is replacing the Navy P-3 Sub chaser. Their division is called the Commercial Aircraft Division.
Yes I was sure of it although they are said to own 4 airlines including founding twa

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Actually they operated the first airline under another name that was used to deliver the mail and then sold it off to a company that later became United Airlines, Inc. ("United"; NYSE: UAL) (commonly referred to simply as "United") is an American major airline headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.[6][7] It is the world's largest airline when measured by number of destinations served.[8] In the late 1920s, just prior to the use of the United Airlines name, The Boeing Company, currently one of the world's largest aircraft manufacturers, operated a predecessor airline. They have no other interest in any airline company.
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Actually they operated the first airline under another name that was used to deliver the mail and then sold it off to a company that later became United Airlines, Inc. ("United"; NYSE: UAL) (commonly referred to simply as "United") is an American major airline headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.[6][7] It is the world's largest airline when measured by number of destinations served.[8] In the late 1920s, just prior to the use of the United Airlines name, The Boeing Company, currently one of the world's largest aircraft manufacturers, operated a predecessor airline. They have no other interest in any airline company.
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