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In this part you will find most of the aircraft built by Pacific Aero Products, which soon became the Boeing Aircraft Company. William Boeing built the first two B & W's together with George Conrad Westerveld. Flying in 1916 they were followed by thousands more until today. Included are license built aircraft with a Boeing c/n. Any Boeing type built by Douglas can be found in the Douglas Production List. And of course any Douglas type built by Boeing can be found in the Boeing list.....
Clicking License Built will reveal other manufacturers, also see next.

The USAAF introduced a system to identify the manufacturing plant of their aircraft. For Boeing aircraft they were:
BA - Bell Atlanta
BN - Boeing Renton
BO - Boeing Seattle
BW - Boeing Wichita
LM - Lockheed Marietta
MO - Martin Omaha
VE - (Lockheed) Vega

There are also separate lists for the aircraft produced by Boeing Wichita and for those built in Long Beach, Ca, after the takeover of McDonnell Douglas. Those plants ran their own sequence of c/n's.
For the C-17A it's a bit different; it starts somewhere down the productionline when Boeing took over MDD.
Finally, Boeing Aircraft of Canada built a number of Boeing models and Catalina's.

All entries are sorted similar: c/n - type - line number (when used) - all registrations and/or military serials.
Also included are known conversions. Please note: /W is used for aircraft delivered with winglets (for the 737NG-series) and (W) is used for winglet conversions. The BBJ2, BBJ3 and 737-900ER are always equipped with winglets, and therefore not indicated as such on this site. /W and (W) are NOT official designators and only provided for easier identification. The same applies to the 727, 757 and 767 winglet conversions. SSW is the abbreviation used for the new Split Scimitar Winglets.



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