At this year’s ILA Berlin Airshow, which runs from June 22nd through 25th, Boeing will highlight partnerships, sustainability and their growing presence in Germany. During the show, Boeing will showcase the 777X, 737 MAX and 777-8F, as well as military aircraft.
On Tuesday (June 14, 2022), Boeing announced that they will highlight their industry-leading portfolio of commercial and defense aircraft, as well as support services during the ILA Berlin Airshow 2022, which runs from Wednesday June 22nd through Saturday June 25, 2022. With a focus on sustainable aviation, Boeing will showcase the 777X, 737 MAX and 777-8F airplanes, as well as the T-7A Advanced Pilot Training System, and the Boeing Airpower Teaming System. Additionally, the Royal Air Force will perform daily flight displays with a CH-47 Chinook helicopter, and the U.S. Navy will have a P-8A Poseidon aircraft on static display. The P8-A Poseidon will be Germany’s future maritime control aircraft, while the CH-47 Chinook has been recently selected by the German Government for their STH Heavy-Lift Helicopter program.
In Tuesday’s announcment, Boeing’s President – Boeing Germany, Central & Eastern Europe and the Nordics, Michael Haidinger, said,
“We welcome the opportunity to engage with the global aerospace community at the show after a two year pause. We will highlight our strengths in innovation and sustainability, our established and growing presence in Germany, new strategic partnerships with German industry, and our growing family of products that will soon be in operation by the German armed forces and airline customers.”
In addition to several previously mentioned aircraft, the U.S. Department of Defense is expected to display the AH-64 Apache attack helicopter, the C-17 Globemaster military transport and the F-15 fighter jet. Boeing will be located at Exhibit #370, Hall 4 at the ILA Berlin Airshow 2022.
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