BAE

BAE SYSTEMS plc

BAE Systems was established on 30 November 1999, upon the merger of British Aerospace (BAe) and the Marconi Electronic Systems business, then part of GEC-Marconi.
Sales in 2002 totalled £12.1 billion; order book at 31 December 2002 was £42.5 billion (including joint ventures). Employees in 2003 totalled nearly 100,000 located in UK, USA, Sweden, Saudi Arabia, France, Italy, Germany, Australia and Canada.
Design and manufacturing of new aircraft is undertaken by Air Systems Group.
On 5 November 2003, BAE Systems delivered a former 'white tail' RJ85 to Blue 1 of Finland, marking the end of indigenous British airliner manufacture.

Contact Details

HEADQUARTERS: Warwick House, PO Box 87, Farnborough Aerospace Centre, Farnborough, Hampshire GU14 6YU
Tel: (+44 1252) 37 32 32
Fax: (+44 1252) 38 30 00
URL: www.baesystems.com

AIR SYSTEMS GROUP

Group formed January 2002 to manage BAE Systems' activities in Hawk, Nimrod, Eurofighter Typhoon and Lockheed Martin F-35 JSF programmes. Personnel total 10,000 at Warton (HQ), Samlesbury and Brough sites. Additionally, Nimrod structural upgrades are undertaken at the Woodford plant of BAE Systems Aircraft Services Group.

BROUGH: Brough, East Yorkshire HU15 1EQ
Tel: (+44 1482) 66 71 21
Fax: (+44 1482) 66 66 25

SAMLESBURY: Samlesbury, Balderstone, Lancashire BB2 7LF
Tel: (+44 1254) 481 23 71
Fax: (+44 1254) 481 36 23

WARTON: Warton Aerodrome, Preston, Lancashire PR4 1AX
Tel: (+44 1772) 63 33 33
Fax: (+44 1772) 63 47 24

 

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