Landon Loomis was appointed Boeing International’s vice president for Global Policy in August 2020. Loomis also serves as managing director for Boeing Brazil. He is based in São Paulo and reports to Sir Michael Arthur, president of Boeing International.
As vice president for Global Policy, Loomis coordinates non-U.S. government affairs and policy work, including geopolitical analysis to underpin key Boeing decision-making. Loomis works with Boeing’s country and regional leaders on sales campaigns and business growth initiatives while strengthening relationships with foreign governments and other important stakeholder groups outside the United States.
As managing director of Boeing Brazil, Loomis is responsible for leading company strategy, developing business and industrial partnerships, expanding stakeholder relationships, and leading Boeing’s productivity and enterprise functions in Brazil.
Loomis joined Boeing in September 2019 as the senior director for Trade and Alliances on the Embraer Partnership and Group Operations team. In that role, he led efforts to integrate trade control and trade enablement initiatives as well as to develop alliances in key markets.
Prior to joining Boeing, Loomis served in the White House as a special adviser to Vice President Mike Pence from April 2017 to August 2019. In that role, he was responsible for strategy, analysis and implementation of the vice president’s engagement with 35 countries in the Western Hemisphere, as well as advised on key international economic and trade policy issues.
Loomis has also served in various U.S. government roles, including policy adviser in the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, as well as commercial attaché at the U.S. embassies in Beijing and Brasília.
He has resided in and worked in 10 countries in Latin America, Asia and Eastern Europe. Loomis has a master’s degree in international economics and is fluent in four languages: English, Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese and Spanish.