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Boeing Will Showcase Sustainable Aviation At Singapore Airshow 2024

Boeing To Share Vision for Sustainable Aviation at Singapore Airshow

Boeing will showcase its latest commercial aircraft, defense, and services advancements at the Singapore Airshow 2024. The company will also share its strategy to support the aviation industry’s net-zero emissions goal by 2050.

The Singapore Airshow will take place between 20 – 25 FEB 2024 at Changi Exhibition Centre, Singapore.

Boeing to showcase sustainable aviation, advanced air mobility, defense and services at Singapore Airshow 2024.

“We are proud to once again participate at the Singapore Airshow, which highlights how Southeast Asia’s fast-growing economies continue to invest in new aerospace products and services for the future,” said Dr. Brendan Nelson AO, president of Boeing Global. “Boeing provides our commercial and government customers across the region with the capabilities they need while we continue to expand our regional presence and open new opportunities for partners and suppliers.”

Innovations in Commercial Flight

Boeing to showcase sustainable aviation, advanced air mobility, defense and services at Singapore Airshow 2024

The 777X cabin experience will be a highlight at the event. Boeing presents a model emphasizing space and flexibility and showcasing the company’s forward-thinking in aircraft design.

Advancements in Defense Technology

Boeing’s display will include an interactive F-15EX simulator. It offers visitors a hands-on experience of this next-generation multi-role fighter’s advanced design and capabilities. The airshow also features a range of Boeing’s defense aircraft. They include the F-15, P-8A Poseidon, AH-64E Apache, CH-47F Chinook, and C-17 Globemaster III. A B-52 will participate in the aerial demonstrations.

Global Services for Enhanced Performance

Boeing Global Services will feature its extensive range of commercial and government aircraft solutions. They include the latest in digital tools, maintenance, modifications, training, and parts supply.

The Forefront of Air Mobility

Leading air mobility, Boeing’s subsidiary Wisk will share insights into its eVTOL solution, which is paving the way for autonomous, all-electric air taxis.

Pioneering in Aviation Sustainability

At the show, Boeing will introduce the Cascade Climate Impact Model, designed to provide tangible strategies for emissions reduction. In addition, the company will outline its global efforts to increase sustainable aviation fuel production through partnerships and advocacy.

Empowering the Next Generation of Aerospace Professionals

Boeing’s participation the AeroCampus initiative inspires the next generation of aerospace engineers and leaders. The company will further highlight its investment in four startups as part of its commitment to foster innovation in the aerospace sector.

Singapore Airshow attendees can visit the Boeing Exhibit A-U01 to learn more about the company’s products and capabilities.

Boeing’s Ongoing Commitment to Southeast Asia

Boeing has contributed to aviation in Southeast Asia for over 75 years. The company supported the development of aerospace and defense capabilities in the region. Singapore is Boeing’s Southeast Asia headquarters, where teams support commercial airplanes and defense procurement, services for government and commercial customers, training, supply chain, and advanced research collaboration with public and private sectors.

As a global leader in aerospace, Boeing continues to develop, manufacture, and service a broad portfolio of products. The company champions economic, environmental, and community initiatives. Boeing invites aspiring professionals to explore their future in aerospace at boeing.com/careers.

Attending the Singapore Airshow

The biennial Singapore Airshow is Asia’s largest and most influential international aerospace and defense event. It returns to the Changi Exhibition Centre (CEC) from Tuesday, 20 February 2024, to Sunday, 25 February 2024. The Airshow will be open to trade attendees from 20 – 23 February 2024 and members of the public from 24 – 25 February 2024.


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