12 pages - 1974 - Used, very good condition
This presentation, given by the Vice President of Programme Operations for Boeing, is about the market for commercial aeroplanes.
|Book cover finish
||Canvas finish, Stapled
||First edition, Original edition ( O.E. or Or.E ), Underlined text
||Used, very good condition
|Number of pages
||22 x 28 x 0.13 cm
||John E. Steiner
PRESENTATION TO THE WORLD AEROSPACE CONFERENCE
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
October 16th, 1974
John E. Steiner
Vice President, Boeing Commercial Airplane Company
The market for airliners is a big one, an expanding one, and one in which airliners of many different types can exist. Prediction of the market is difficult in the areas of the " what " and the near - term " when ". The market is the resultant total of many acting forces, and I believe it unlikely that we can ever attain the forecast accuracy and assurance that so many of us seek. Nonetheless, a study of the factors and forces involved will make us better able to understand and tolerate fluctuations as they occur.
My assignment is to address the world market for airliners and to at least touch upon both passenger and freight requirements for the future. I will exclude the corporate jet market, as I will the currently expanding air taxi and nonjet markets. Each of these is important, but I believe my job here is to concentrate on the areas in which we have the greatest knowledge and expertise. ( ... )
Excerpt from page No. 1.