Boeing is highlighting its family of efficient commercial airplanes in both the single and twin-aisle market segments. Strengthened alliances with Indian partners, high-level customer engagement and a strong display of latest product technologies are going to be the feature at the show.
“Boeing is delighted to support this air show. For the past seven decades, we have been a steadfast partner to development of aviation in India and the air show offers another opportunity to demonstrate our commitment,” said Pratyush Kumar, President, Boeing India. “In addition to serving our customers, we are sharpening our focus on building an entire ecosystem for aerospace - maintenance, repair, engineering, front line skill-building and component manufacturing.”
The Boeing exhibits include the 737-8 MAX, the new 777-9X, the 777- 300ER (Extended Range) and the 787-8.
Boeing is the world’s leading aerospace company and the largest manufacturer of commercial jetliners and military aircraft combined. Boeing has been active in India for 70 years with its commercial airplanes providing the mainstay of India’s civil aviation sector. More recently Boeing military aircraft have started to play an important role in the modernisation and missionreadiness of India’s defence forces. Boeing is focused on delivering value to its Indian customers with its advanced technologies and performance driven aircraft. Concurrently, Boeing is committed to creating sustainable value in the Indian aerospace sector - developing local suppliers, pursuing business partnerships and shaping technical collaborations with Indian companies and institutions.