Boeing to Showcase 737-10 MAX, 777X and Advances in Sustainable and Automation at Farnborough
During the Farnborough Airshow 2022, which runs from July 18th through 22nd, Boeing will showcase the newest and largest members of the Boeing 737 MAX and 777X Families. The 737-10 MAX will make its international debut, joining the 777-9 in daily flying and static display.
On Sunday (July 10, 2022), Boeing detailed their planned presence at the Farnborough International Airshow 2022, which runs from July 18th through July 22nd. The company will fly the newest and largest members of the 737 MAX and 777X airplane Families and will also present new tools in the push for more sustainable and autonomous flight. The Boeing 737-10 MAX will make its international debut, joining the 777-9 in the daily flying and static displays. Both aircraft will fly to the UK on a blend of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). Boeing will also unveil a new modeling tool that will provide actionable insights on strategies to reach net zero emissions by 2050.
In Sunday’s announcment, Boeing International’s President, Sir Michael Arthur, said,
“In the four years since the last Farnborough Airshow, the world has seen the critical social and economic role that aerospace and defence plays. We are excited to reconnect with our colleagues at Farnborough as we address together the need for a more sustainable future and take concrete steps to enable innovation and clean technology. We look forward to sharing the progress we are making.”
With electric propulsion another important decarbonization strategy, Boeing’s joint venture Wisk Aero will make the European debut of its all0electric eVTOL air Taxi. The ‘Cora’ development vehicle is pilotless, helping to advance autonomous aviation capabilities. Boeing will also showcase their MQ-25 uncrewed aerial refueler and Airpower Teaming System (ATS), military helicopters including the CH-47 Chinook and AH-64 Apache, as well as mobility and surveillance aircraft such as the P-8A Poseidon, E-7 Wedgetail, KC-46A Pegasus and the T-7A Red Hawk trainer. Additionally, the U.S. Department of Defense is expected to display the FA-18E/F, F-15E, P-8A, AH-64E and CH-47F.
The 737-10 MAX will be on the show grounds from July 18-21, and will provide more capacity, greater fuel efficiency and the best per-seat economics in its class, delivering a 20 percent reduction in fuel use and emissions, along with a 50 percent smaller noise footprint compared to the airplanes they replace. The 737 MAX Family has received over 3,300 net orders to date. The 777-9 will be at the airshow July 18-20, and will deliver a 10 percent improvement in fuel use, emissions and operating costs versus the competition. The 777X Family currently has over 340 orders from leading operators worldwide. Boeing will also release their 2022 Commercial Market Outlook (CMO) on July 17, 2022.
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