Where's Boeing going?

Airliner World’s Gordon Smith sat down with Randy Tinseth, vice president of marketing at Boeing Commercial Airplanes for a wide-ranging discussion covering everything from the MAX to turboprops.

Randy Tinseth has held a variety of roles across the aviation sector. He joined Boeing in 1981 as a flight test engineer.
Although it is most famous for its facilities in and around Seattle, the US aerospace giant has its corporate headquarters in the city of Chicago.

Even the most level-headed of analysts will tell you that no company in the aviation sector is going to come out of COVID-19 particularly well, if indeed they make it out at all. Yet long before most of us had even heard of Wuhan, let alone the coronavirus, there was one big player whose name was already synonymous with crisis and catastrophe.

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