Boeing and its clients will present the company’s current and future products and services at an international airshow to be held from July 16 to 22 in the U.K.
The company said Monday its participation in the 2018 Farnborough International Airshow will include flight and static displays of its commercial and defense products and services, an interactive exhibit and media briefings.
Dennis Muilenburg, Boeing’s CEO and president, said the airshow will feature the company’s future products and technologies and will run in conjunction with the first anniversary of the company’s services business.
Muilenburg will attend the event together with Leanne Caret, CEO and president of Boeing defense, space and security business, and the heads of the company’s two other units.
The flying display for the 737 MAX 7, which will enter into service by 2019, will serve as a debut for the platform and will include tours for members of the media.
Biman Bangladesh Airlines will also fly its Boeing 787-8 while static displays will include Air Italy‘s 737 MAX 8, Royal Air Maroc‘s 767 Boeing Converted Freighter, Qatar Airways‘ 777-300ER and CargoLogicAir and the Qatar flag carrier’s 747-8 Freighters.
The Defense Department will also showcase its Boeing-made aircraft such as the AH-64 Apache, CH-47 Chinook, F-15E Strike Eagle and C-17 Globemaster.
Boeing will use virtual and mixed reality devices for the interactive exhibit on its new and future aircraft and services.
The media briefings will cover the company’s insights on the commercial market and future transportation and air cargo, the U.S. Navy‘s P-8 anti-submarine and surface warfare aircraft and the U.S. Marine Corps‘ V-22 Osprey.