Please login to access all features of this site
  User Name Password  
7jetset7 Logo 7jetset7 Logo  

7jetset7 Home7jetset7 World Map7jetset7 Airlines7jetset7 Help7jetset7 Account7jetset7 SubscribeFree Content ViewAbout 7jetset77jetset7 FeedbackContact 7jetset7

7jetset7 Blog

    
Airlines

printable version
Name: BOEING BUSINESS JET CORPORATION
7JetSet7 Code: BJC
Status: Operational
Region: NORTH AMERICA
City: SEATTLE
Country: USA
Employees 50
Web:
Email:
Telephone:
Fax:
Sita:
Background
(definitions)

Click below for data links:
BJC-2004-01-A
BJC-2004-01-B
BJC-2004-01-C
BJC-2004-01-D
BJC-2011-10 - VIP INTERIOR FOR DER
BJC-2014-01 - 787-8 BBJ
BJC-2014-12 - BOEING BBJ MAX8

BOEING BUSINESS JET DIVISION.

"Boeing Business Jets: All Dressed Up, Everywhere to Go!"

October 2008: 1 order 747 VIP from Boeing Business Jets (BJC).

January 1999: 1 737-7BJ BBJ (CFM56-7B20) (179-30076, /99
VP-CZT), Atlas Air (TLS) wet-leased.

(Note: This airplane was originally acquired by Michael Chowdry, Chairman and Chief Executive officer (CEO) of Atlas Air (TLS). Captain Steve Taylor, (ex-Boeing (TBC) at the time) was employed as its Chief Pilot to fly this airplane. In 2002, Michael Chowdry was killed in a private plane accident. Later, Captain Steve Taylor returned to Boeing to head up and become President of the Boeing Business Jet Corporation.
... More

Fleet:
(definitions)

Click below for photos:
BJC-737 BBJ INTERIOR-A - 2012-03
BJC-737 BBJ INTERIOR-B - 2012-03
BJC-737 BBJ INTERIOR-C - 2012-03
BJC-737 BBJ INTERIOR-D - 2012-03
BJC-737 BBJ MAX - 2012-10
BJC-737 BBJ Split Scimitar Winglet-2015-05.jpg
BJC-737 MAX 8 BBJ-2014-04
BJC-737-700 BBJ - 2013-04
BJC-737-BBJ
BJC-747-8 AEROLOFT - 2012-08
BJC-747-8-VIP-2011-07
BJC-787 BBJ - 2014-02-A
BJC-787 BBJ - 2014-02-B

April 2016:

9 737-BBJ DELIVERED.

1 737 BBJ (CFM56-7B20) (101-29102, /98 N737BZ). CORP.

1 737-7BJ BBJ (CFM56-7B20) (179-30076, /99 VP-CZT), (TLS) WET-LSD. CORP.

1 737-7HJC BBJ (CF6-7B20) (36756, N529PP), 2008-01. CORP.

... More

Management:
(definitions)

Click below for photos:
BJC-1-CAPTAIN STEVE TAYLOR
BJC-1-DAVID LONGRIDGE - 2014-12

DAVID LONGRIDGE, PRESIDENT BOEING BUSINESS JETS (BJC) (2014-12)

CAPTAIN STEVE TAYLOR, PRESIDENT, BOEING BUSINESS JETS (BJC), RETURNED TO BOEING COMMERCIAL AIRPLANES TO BECOME CHIEF PILOT, BOEING FLIGHT SERVICES (2014-12).
Steve Taylor was born in Wichita, Kansas and raised in Seattle, Washington. He was born into an aviation family and literally grew up in and around airplanes. He soloed a Piper Cub on his 16th birthday and obtained his Private Pilots License on his 17th.

He continues to fly airplanes (big and small) and currently holds an Airline Transport Pilot license with type ratings on the 737, 747, 777, 787, Challenger and Falcon 10. He also holds a Seaplane rating and an Aircraft and Powerplant (A&P) Mechanics license. Captain Taylor maintains his currency on all the Boeing products as well as several vintage and modern light airplanes. Professionally, Captain Taylor has worked for Boeing for 20 years and has held assignments there as an engineer, manager, sales director, executive pilot, test pilot, and presently serves the company as the President of Boeing Business Jets where he oversees the team of approximately 50 people responsible for the sales, support and operations of Boeing products in VIP service.

Captain Taylor is a board member of the General Aviation Manufacturers Association, the Middle East Business Aircraft Association and the Seattle University Alumni Council. He also serves on the Board of Trustees of Seattle's Museum of Flight.

He holds degrees in Business Administration and Economics from the University of Redlands and a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Seattle University. He is also a graduate of Seattle University's Executive Leadership Program.
... More

 
Top of Page

 

Since you are not logged in, we can show you only live Airtran Airways data. This page will demonstrate the depth of data we have for every airline. Close and View Airtran Airways ›