The San Diego Air & Space Museum congratulates Boeing in celebrating 100 years as one of the world’s aircraft and aerospace pioneers.
As stated on Boeing’s 100 th Centennial page, in those 100 years, “humans went from walking on Earth to walking on the moon. They went from riding horses to flying jet airplanes. With each decade, aviation technology crossed another frontier, and, with each crossing, the world changed.”
Throughout this remarkable journey, Boeing led the way.
Today, several Boeing luminaries have taken their rightful places in the International Air & Space Hall of Fame, including founder William E. Boeing (Inducted in 1984), his son Bill Boeing Jr. (2014), and former senior executive leader and President and Chief Executive Ofﬁcer Alan Mulally (2015).
During Boeing’s Centennial celebration, the San Diego Air & Space Museum is proud to have on loan a P-26 Peashooter to the Museum of Flight in Seattle.
Congratulations Boeing from your friends at the San Diego Air & Space Museum on turning 100 years young!
To learn more about Boeing’s year-long celebration, visit: http://www.boeing.com/boeing100/index.page#/history.
To learn more about the Museum of Flight, visit https://www.museumofflight.org/.
To learn about the Museum’s Boeing Centennial Exhibit:
To view the International Air & Space Hall of Fame, visit http://sandiegoairandspace.org/exhibits/online-exhibit-page/international-air-space-hall-of-fame.