Joining the 777-9 in the daily flying and static exhibition will be the 737-10, which will be making its worldwide debut. The most fuel-efficient aircraft in their respective classes will travel to the show on a blend of sustainable aviation fuel, which Boeing views as a key tool for further lowering carbon emissions. The business will also introduce a modelling tool that will give the aviation sector practical advice on how to implement strategies to achieve net zero emissions by 2050.
Electric propulsion is another decarbonization option, and Boeing’s joint venture Wisk Aero will introduce its all-electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) air taxi in Europe. The pilotless “Cora” development vehicle contributes to the advancement of autonomous flying capabilities. At the exhibition, Boeing will highlight further autonomous capabilities, including as its Airpower Teaming System and MQ-25 unmanned aerial refueler (ATS).
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“The importance of aerospace and defence has become clear to the world in the four years since the last Farnborough Airshow. We are eager to reunite with our Farnborough coworkers as we tackle the need for a more sustainable future together and take decisive action to promote innovation and clean technology “said Boeing International President Sir Michael Arthur. “We look forward to letting you know about our progress.” The highlights of Boeing’s schedule for the airshow, which will begin on July 18, 2022, are listed below.
From July 18 to 21, the 737-10 will be on the show grounds. The largest 737 MAX will provide operators the best per-seat economics of any single-aisle aircraft, additional capacity, and increased fuel economy. The 737 MAX family of aircraft, which has more than 3,300 net orders, has cutting-edge aerodynamic design and extremely efficient engines to cut fuel use and emissions by 20% and noise emissions by 50% compared to the aircrafts they replace.
The 777-9, the largest and most effective twin-engine jet in the world, will be present at the airshow from July 18 through 20. The 777-9 will perform 10% better in terms of fuel use, pollution, and operational costs than its rivals thanks to sophisticated innovations from the 787 Dreamliner family and the most popular twin-aisle aircraft, the 777. More than 340 prestigious operators from throughout the world have ordered members of the 777X family.
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The CH-47 Chinook and AH-64 Apache combat helicopters, as well as mobility and surveillance aircraft like the P-8A Poseidon, E-7 Wedgetail, and KC-46A Pegasus, will be included in Boeing’s show. The T-7A Red Hawk trainer and ATS, two of Boeing’s most recent and technologically advanced programmes, will also be on exhibit. Additionally, the FA-18E/F, F-15E, P-8A, AH-64E, and CH-47F are anticipated to be on exhibit at the U.S. Department of Defense barracks.
Boeing will showcase its customer-centric services division, which combines OEM knowledge with data-driven innovation to keep the world’s fleet flying safely, effectively, and sustainably. In addition to exhibiting the offerings for components, modifications, digital, sustainment, and training solutions, this also includes showcasing the vast worldwide supply chain, maintenance, and logistics network.
Boeing will discuss its future vision for sustainable aircraft, which is based on technical study, data, collaboration, and rigorous testing of technologies such as hydrogen, electric power, and sustainable aviation fuel.
Boeing will feature autonomous systems like Wisk Aero’s Cora, the MQ-25, and the ATS. As the globe struggles with a burgeoning population and ageing infrastructure, the company is leveraging decades of engineering experience to accelerate autonomous capabilities. These skills can enable sustainable and accessible modes of transportation. The first all-electric, self-flying air taxi in the United States was created by California-based Wisk Aero, a leading Advanced Air Mobility business, with funding from Boeing. The independence of Wisk’s lift and thrust rotors is intended to enable simplicity and certification of the go-to-market vehicle, making Wisk’s configuration a key difference in the eVTOL market.
On July 17, Boeing will publish its 2022 Commercial Market Outlook (CMO). The yearly projection, which is among the most accurate in aviation, is based on 60 years of research and analysis into airline plans, traveller demand, and economic statistics. At media briefings held throughout the airshow, Boeing executives will go over market opportunities, eVTOL, sustainability, and other subjects. For details on these and other activities, visit boeing.com and follow @Boeing on Twitter. To get company announcements and advisories, register in the Boeing Newsroom.