Boeing signs MOU with Indonesia’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation

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Singapore SA2024Boeing has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Indonesia’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to explore initiatives aimed at strengthening Indonesia’s aviation sector with a focus on flight safety, efficiency, and sustainability. The signing coincided with the inauguration of Boeing’s new permanent office in Jakarta.

“Indonesia is home to one of the world’s largest aviation markets. The MOU with Indonesia’s DGCA and the opening of Boeing’s new permanent office in Jakarta further demonstrates our commitment to Indonesia and our customers while laying a strong foundation for future growth,” said Zaid Alami, country managing director of Boeing Indonesia.

The new Boeing Indonesia office, located in Jakarta’s central business district, features traditional batik designs combined with artwork and imagery of Boeing products. The office was influenced by Boeing’s Indonesian employees to create a collaborative, innovative work environment.

Boeing and Indonesia have worked in partnership for nearly 75 years to support the development of aerospace and defence capabilities in the country through training, supply chain development, and industry partnerships. Boeing has contributed over $8.5 million in charitable contributions and grants to Indonesian communities, with a focus on sustainability, workforce preparation, health and wellness, early education and humanitarian efforts.


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