Boeing underscoring its commitments to sustainability and innovation: 2020 Singapore Airshow
February 7, 2020: Focusing on its commitments to safety, global partnerships, sustainability and innovation, Boeing will be exhibiting its commercial and defense products, services and technologies at the 2020 Singapore Airshow, from 11 - 16 February, at the Changi Exhibition center.
“With 60% of the world’s population, the Asia-Pacific region is the largest commercial aviation market in the world. The region continues to demand more single- and twin-aisle airplanes for replacement and growth, along with commercial and defense services,” said Skip Boyce, president, Boeing Southeast Asia. “The Singapore Airshow provides a great opportunity for Boeing to build on our 70-year presence in the region and strengthen relationships with our customers, suppliers and partners in these growing markets.”
Boeing will feature the ecoDemonstrator program and its 777 flying test bed, which is evaluating 50 technologies with the potential to improve passenger comfort, safety and environmental performance.
The U.S. Department of Defense will also exhibit a robust line-up of Boeing platforms, including the P-8 Poseidon, F/A-18 Super Hornet, F-15 and MV-22 Osprey.
Boeing will be hosting a 360-degree theater showing the company’s capabilities throughout the product life cycle, along with an interactive display, highlighting Boeing’s latest family of aircraft and services; and company’s vision for the future of mobility. Also, Boeing will be holding a series of media briefings during the show.
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