is to highlight its broad range of capabilities in serving customers in commercial and defense markets at the Farnborough Air Show, which
begins July 17.
"Boeing enters Farnborough with terrific momentum generated by tremendous customer support for our products and services," said Tom
Downey, Boeing vice president, Corporate Communications. "Our comprehensive presence at the show will spotlight our strong commitment to
our customers, partners and suppliers."
The company's military showcase will feature the first flying display in the UK by the revolutionary V-22 Osprey tilt-rotor. Also flying will be the
F/A-18F Super Hornet fighter jet and the AH-64D Apache Longbow helicopter. In addition Boeing and its customers will display the C-17
Globemaster III military transport; the ScanEagle and X-45 N-UCAS unmanned aerial vehicles; the F-15E Strike Eagle fighter; and SLAM-ER, JDAM
and Harpoon missiles.
On the commercial side, EVA Air, the Taiwanese airline, will bring one of its new wide-body 777-300ER twinjets, which will be on display throughout
the show. The Boeing exhibit will also feature an interior cabin of the 787
Dreamliner, as well as the capabilities of the new 747-8.
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