At the Farnborough International Airshow this month, Boeing will demonstrate its newest and largest 737 MAX and 777X models as well as new tools for the development of more environmentally friendly and autonomous flight.
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).
The importance of aerospace and defence has become clear to the world in the four years since the last Farnborough Airshow. As we discuss the need for a more sustainable future and take decisive action to promote innovation and clean technology, we are eager to reunite with our colleagues at Farnborough, said Sir Michael Arthur, president of Boeing International. “We anticipate sharing”
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 display. Moreover, the U.S. The FA-18E/F, F-15E, P-8A, AH-64E, and CH-47F are slated to be on exhibit at the Department of Defense corral.
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