Boeing Exhibits the Future of the Commercial Aviation Market at Aviation Expo China 2005 in Beijing
The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] will have a strong presence at the Aviation Expo China 2005 held in Beijing on September 21-24.
During the biennial event, also known as the 11th Beijing Air Show, Boeing will showcase market-leading products and services that continue to shape the future of commercial air travel.
The 787, the ideal airplane to provide more frequent direct nonstop flights, is the nucleus of the Boeing exhibit with a large-scale model of the new airplane. In addition, Boeing will feature the industry's most complete commercial airplane product line in a series of graphic panels, plasma screens and models.
The exhibit includes the entire family of the best-selling single-aisle airplane, the 737, featuring the newest member to the family -- the 737-900ER; the passenger-preferred 777 family, which is complementary in range and efficiency to the 787 Dreamliner; and the 747, the most recognized airplane in the world. The new 747 Advanced passenger and freighter models also will be displayed at the Expo.
Boeing Commercial Aviation Services will be a key element with displays depicting comprehensive capabilities, solutions, and unmatched customer support that are of utmost importance to airlines around the world. Connexion by Boeing TM will also be showcasing better connectivity in the air.
Boeing will also celebrate its strong, mutually beneficial relationship and long-term partnership with China with a special video wall panel that honors the people of China. The program, titled "Pursuing Our Dreams Together," highlights the 33-year history between Boeing and China.
Boeing China President David Wang and Boeing Commercial Airplanes Vice President of Marketing Randy Baseler will participate in the show. Other Boeing executives attending the show include representatives of Boeing Commercial Aviation Services and Connexion by BoeingTM.