Boeing will present a broad range of products, exhibits, briefings and other activities at Asian Aerospace 2006 beginning February 21 in Singapore.“Asian Aerospace continues to attract the world’s premier aerospace companies and their customers,” said Tod Hullin, Boeing senior vice president, Communications.
“Boeing enters Singapore with terrific momentum across the company, and plans to use the show to spotlight its strong commitment to its customers, partners and suppliers with the best products and services in the industry,” he said.
Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Integrated Defense Systems, Boeing Capital Corp. and Connexion by Boeing will participate in the exhibition.
Boeing’s schedule begins on Tuesday, Feb. 21, with a press conference at 1500 hours for Boeing Commercial Airplanes—a briefing on the highly successful 787 Dreamliner program.
Since its launch, the 787 Dreamliner has become the aviation industry’s best-selling new airplane, clearly demonstrating its market success.
On Wednesday, Feb. 22, Boeing Commercial Airplanes will conduct a briefing at 0900 hours on the 777 and 747-8 programs.
The 747-8 was launched in late 2005 with commitments from air cargo carriers in both Europe and Asia
The Boeing exhibit will highlight the 747-8, the 777-200LR—the world’s longest-range twin-engine aircraft, the 787 Dreamliner, and the F/A-18E/F, the CH-47, C-17, P-8A MMA and many other products.