Boeing’s state-of-the-art F-15QA (Qatar Advanced) fighter jet will make its air show performance debut next week when it performs in aerial demonstrations at Dubai Airshow.

The company will also demonstrate its widebody 777-9 flight-test airplane during the event, with both flying display performances and the aircraft on its static display.

As a strategic sponsor of the airshow’s Aerospace 2050 conference, Boeing will also highlight its commitment and actions towards a more sustainable aerospace future with two presentations on innovation and technologies helping the industry’s efforts to decarbonize aviation

“We’re proud to again join the Dubai Airshow and share some of our most advanced products and services with customers, suppliers, partners and aviation enthusiasts attending from around the globe,” said Dr. Brendan Nelson AO, president of Boeing Global. “We will also focus on our investments in technology and other actions to reduce industry emissions ahead of the U.N. Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP 28) in Dubai.”

Static display

As well as the 777-9, Boeing will also showcase the 787-9 Dreamliners from Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways, an Emirates Airlines 777-300ER (Extended Range), a SAUDIA 787-10 Dreamliner and an Air India Express 737 MAX on its static display at Dubai Air show.

Riyadh Air, Saudi Arabia’s newest carrier, will display a Boeing-owned 787-9 in its new indigo livery.

Boeing will also feature the T-7A Red Hawk Advanced Pilot Training System simulator, giving visitors a glimpse into the ground-based training system, connecting simulators to real training jets.

Global defense customers will display several Boeing aircraft including the F-15E, KC-46A Pegasus, P-8A Poseidon, AH-64 Apache and CH-47F Chinook.

Image: Boeing

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