Boeing Space and Launch headquarters moving to Florida’s Space Coast

Boeing is relocating the headquarters of its Space and Launch division to Titusville, on Florida’s revitalized Space Coast.

A render of Boeing's Commercial Crew Transportation Capability (CCtCap) spacecraft.
A render of Boeing's Commercial Crew Transportation Capability (CCtCap) spacecraft.
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ARLINGTON, Va., – Boeing is relocating the headquarters of its Space and Launch division to Titusville, on Florida’s revitalized Space Coast. Space and Launch, a division of Boeing Defense, Space & Security, currently has its headquarters in Arlington, Virginia.

“Looking to the future, this storied Florida space community will be the center of gravity for Boeing’s space programs as we continue to build our company’s leadership beyond gravity,” said Boeing Defense, Space & Security President and Chief Executive Officer Leanne Caret. “The time is right for us to locate our space headquarters where so much of our space history was made over the past six decades and where so much history awaits.”

The headquarters move will have no impact on Boeing’s space operations in other states, including California, Texas, Alabama, Colorado and Louisiana.

“Boeing will continue to be a dynamic space presence in its existing locations, contributing to the vitality of those aerospace hubs, collaborating with our regional partners, and inspiring future generations of space engineers, technicians and innovators,” Chilton said.

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