Boeing CTO John Tracy talks about the future of flight.
Dr. John Tracy, Chief Technology Officer, Boeing
Interviewed by: Jon Stewart, BBC
Trained as an engineer before becoming a journalist
Spent five years working at BBC Radio 1, a music station in the UK, covering hard news as well as celebrities and pop stars
Covered a wide range of stories for the BBC, including from Iraq, and the London and Madrid bombings
Loves travelling and sports - currently exploring America and recently took part in a desert triathlon
Most memorable and emotional interview was with former astronaut, Jeff Hoffman who worked in space in 1993 to repair the Hubble Space telescope when it was found to have dodgy vision
Dr. John Tracy
Dr. John J. Tracy is chief technology officer of The Boeing Company and senior vice president of Engineering, Operations & Technology. He reports to Boeing Chairman, President and CEO Jim McNerney.