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Boeing showcasing defence capabilities at Singapore Airshow 2024

Posted 9 February 2024

Several Boeing aircraft including the F-15, P-8A Poseidon, AH-64E Apache, CH-47F Chinook and C-17 Globemaster III will be on static display at the Singapore Airshow 2024 later this month (20th-25th February) and a B-52 will participate in the flying display.

Above: Boeing’s Modernised Apache will provide the US and its allies with the attack and reconnaissance capabilities required to address the demands of highly complex and constanty evolving ecosystems.
Courtesy Boeing

Boeing will be highlighting its defence capabilities, commercial products and services at the Singapore Airshow 2024. Dr. Brendan Nelson AO, president of Boeing Global, said: “We are proud to once again participate at the Singapore Airshow, which highlights how Southeast Asia’s fast-growing economies continue to invest in new aerospace products and services for the future.

"Boeing provides our commercial and government customers across the region with the capabilities they need while we continue to expand our regional presence and open new opportunities for partners and suppliers.”

Boeing will also offer visitors to the airshow the chance to experience the next-generation multirole F-15 fighter’s state-of-the-art design and cockpit in an F-15EX simulator.

In addition, Boeing will be showcasing services for government and commercial customers including digital, sustainment, modifications, parts and training solutions. Senior representatives of the Company will also be in attendance to discuss how they are supporting commercial aviation’s goal of net-zero emissions by 2050.


Boeing will demonstrate its Cascade Climate Impact Model, a data-modeling tool that provides actionable insights into how different strategies can reduce emissions and enable the aviation industry to decarbonise by 2050. The company will also discuss its work to catalyse sustainable aviation fuel production globally through local collaboration and policy advocacy.

STEM and Startups
Boeing is participating at Singapore Airshow’s AeroCampus to engage and inspire the next generation of aerospace engineers and leaders. It will feature four companies it has invested in as part of the company’s continuing commitment to aerospace innovation.
Boeing has partnered with stakeholders in Southeast Asia for over 75 years, supporting the development of aerospace and defence capabilities in the region. Singapore is Boeing’s Southeast Asia headquarters, where teams support commercial airplanes and defence procurement, services for government and commercial customers, training, supply chain and advanced research collaboration with public and private sectors.

Boeing develops, manufactures and services commercial airplanes, defence products and space systems for customers in more than 150 countries, including the UK with sites at Gatwick, Sheffield and RAF Lossiemouth.



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