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Published: Sunday, November 10, 2013, 12:01 a.m.
Aerospace blog: Boeing 777X program briefing planned Sunday night November 16, 2013
Aerospace blog: Inslee signs Boeing bills; Machinists plan protest today November 11, 2013
State lawmakers pass Boeing 777X tax incentives November 9, 2013
While the fate of the Boeing 777 line in Everett is debated and decided by union members and politicians, let's consider what this state has accomplished and what the aerospace business means. Here are some ways of looking at that legacy.
Washington Boeing jetliner heritage: 56 yearsBoeing delivered its first passenger jet, a 707, in 1958 to Pan American World Airways. But the most amazing plane of all might be the modest little 737, which has been in production longer than many of its builders today have been alive.
All-time Washington jetliner production: 15,446Global economics and changes in travel make the commercial-airplane business a rollercoaster. But overall production has grown with the world's population -- even with increased competition from other planemakers. The data point for 2013 is for the period through October.
2012 Boeing manufacturing employment: 72,900For 2012, that figure represents actual Boeing manufacturing employees, but there are an additional 31,700 "indirect" people working for aerospace suppliers and 104,800 people whose "induced" employment is unrelated to aerospace but exists because of aerospace.
|Direct employment||Indirect employment||Induced employment||Direct wages and benefits||Indirect wages and benefits||Induced wages and benefits|
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- Aerospace blog: Boeing 777X program briefing planned Sunday night 11/16/13
- Aerospace blog: Inslee signs Boeing bills; Machinists plan protest today 11/11/13
- State lawmakers pass Boeing 777X tax incentives 11/9/13
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