One 787 will perform daily flying displays from Monday, through-out the week until Friday, while the other – a Qatar Airways 787 – will be on static display. The Boeing ScanEagle unmanned aircraft system will appear as part of the U.S. Corral display throughout the show.
Boeing will again sponsor (for the eighth year running) the Engineering Student of the Year Award, the world’s leading competition to recognise students whose work shows the greatest promise, aptitude and dedication in the field of aerospace technology.
The company will highlight its air show activities via a special website, www.boeing.com/paris2013, and through its Twitter feeds: @Boeing, @BoeingAirplanes and @BoeingDefense. The website will be updated regularly with briefings and videos from the show.
Throughout the week Boeing will be providing up dates on various areas of its business.
These will include:
Boeing Commercial Airplanes
Boeing Commercial Airplanes President and CEO Ray Conner will assess current industry and market conditions and provide an update on Boeing commercial airplane products and services, development programs and product investments.
V-22 Osprey Briefing
U.S. Marine Corps Col. Greg Masiello, Joint V-22 Program Manager, U.S. Naval Air Systems Command, will provide an update on the Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey tiltrotor and discusses recent operational deployments..
Twin-aisle Development Briefing
Scott Fancher, vice president and general manager of Airplane Development for Boeing Commercial Airplanes, will provide an overview of Boeing’s twin-aisle strategy to meet future market requirements as well as an update of development progress on the 787-9, 787-10X and 777X aircraft,
737 MAX Development Briefing
Scott Fancher, vice president and general manager of Airplane Development, and Joe Ozimek, vice president of Product Marketing, 737 MAX, both of Boeing Commercial Airplanes, will provide an update on the 737 MAX’s progress toward Firm Configuration in July and an update on the aircraft’s advanced performance features.