24 Total Quotes

Alan Mulally Quotes

The interest for the airplane is phenomenal.
Alan Mulally
#Interest

Nobody can guarantee jobs and security in a market based economy,
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#Economy

Who's got the power? We've got the power. Union power.
Alan Mulally
#Power

It also supports our plan for making continued quality and productivity improvements, which is the key to being competitive and winning new business.
Alan Mulally
#Productivity

Our focus now shifts to ensuring a smooth restart of our production system and a return to a steady flow of airplane deliveries to our customers.
Alan Mulally
#Focus

Boeing Commercial Airplanes is healthy and competitive. We have tremendous momentum in the market and a very bright future.
Alan Mulally
#Airplane And Aviation

Our goal throughout these negotiations was to reach an agreement that worked for our employees and the company -- one that respected their contributions and enabled continued improvements in our competitiveness.
Alan Mulally
#Agreement

Getting an agreement sooner rather than later is the right thing to do for our employees, customers, investors and our communities,
Alan Mulally
#Agreement

disservice to every current and future employee, customer, shareholder and our communities.
Alan Mulally
#Future

We would be absolutely walking away from our commitments to our customers, ... They bought the airplanes and are counting on receiving the airplanes. There is no way we could recover.
Alan Mulally
#Airplane And Aviation

Clearly a strike would be devasting to the Boeing company and everybody associated with the Boeing company.
Alan Mulally
#Company

A strike would be devastating. It would hurt Boeing and our customers for many years out. Our customers have made it clear they have choices in the manufacturers they deal with.
Alan Mulally
#Hurt

We have had a lot of sales in the U.S., but when a lot of the bigger guys finish their restructuring and come back, they are going to need more airplanes for growth and replacement.
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#Sales

I feel very good about our production rate increase plan. It reflects all our lesson learned from the past. We have a very disciplined commitment and compliance process. ... We decided three times not to increase production rates faster. That's why we are not making up those 30 planes until we are absolutely on our way to making these rates changes, and then we will look later about going up even higher.
Alan Mulally
#Past

We look forward to 2006 and continuing to meet our commitments to our customers.
Alan Mulally
#Commitment

We continued to stay focused on bringing efficiency and value to the airlines of the world through world-class services and airplanes that fly passengers how they want to fly -- point-to-point, non-stop, with more frequencies and more choices.
Alan Mulally
#Class

Our goal has been to work with SPEEA to reach a contract agreement that works for everyone with a stake in the future of Boeing,
Alan Mulally
#Agreement

When we combine higher speed, longer range, the comfort of flight at higher altitudes, and the environmental benefits of quieter landings and takeoffs, we have an airplane that will open a new chapter in commercial aviation, ... We are changing our new product development efforts to focus more strongly on this airplane that has caused such excitement among our customers.
Alan Mulally
#Comfort

We're very pleased with today's contract ratification by our machinists and look forward to their return to work,
Alan Mulally
#Work

We have always wanted to design in composites.
Alan Mulally
#Design

Our relationship with Qantas dates to the very start of the jet age, and we're thrilled to see that relationship continue with the 787.
Alan Mulally
#Age And Aging

This is an amazing milestone that reflects how much our clients appreciate the 737's technology, efficiency, safety and profit-making capability.
Alan Mulally
#Efficiency

We have worked very hard on our lean production system, which means we can make the transition in production rates with more stable employment. That is good for all of us. The more we can have stability and be able to go up and down in production rates with fewer changes is good for everybody and is very good for Boeing's competitiveness. And it is especially good for our employees.
Alan Mulally
#Hard

Clearly, 2005 was an incredible year for our customers and for Boeing. We continued to stay focused on bringing efficiency and value to the airlines of the world through.
Alan Mulally
#Efficiency