Boeing will showcase market-proven solutions and future trends in aviation at the Innovation and Leadership in Aerospace (ILA) Berlin 2018 exhibition scheduled on April 25-29, 2018.
A series of Boeing aircraft will be on static display and additional capabilities will be featured in the exhibition at the Berlin ExpoCenter Airport in Schönefeld, Germany.
“ILA Berlin is an important venue for Boeing to discuss new trends in aviation and to showcase how we are shaping the future of aviation together with our industry partners in Germany,” said Dr. Michael Haidinger, president, Boeing Germany. “Cutting edge technology and digital solutions that enhance the efficiency of our products and streamline operations for our customers will be in the spotlight of Boeing’s ILA presence.”
Boeing will also highlight market-proven capabilities and services expertise. Germany has a requirement for a new heavy lift helicopter, and with the H-47 Chinook, Boeing can provide a modern, proven, reliable platform at a very competitive cost. Boeing will feature the H-47 Chinook during ILA Berlin and provide information on the company’s unique expertise in performance-based logistics, ensuring the aircraft is ready to fly when needed.
The U.S. Department of Defense is scheduled to display several Boeing platforms, including the H-47 Chinook heavy lift helicopter, the V-22 multirole tiltrotor aircraft, the AH-64 Apache attack helicopter, the P-8A Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft, and the F-15 fighter aircraft.
The exhibit will also include Boeing’s new commercial airplane programs and technology “made in Germany” by the company’s established network of suppliers. A special focus will be on the 777X, as the first test airplane is currently going through production.
The Boeing Digital Aviation & Analytics Lab Frankfurt, established last year, and Boeing subsidiary Jeppesen will provide a glance into the future, highlighting the benefits of digital solutions for aviation. Boeing Research & Technology will inform about current trends and new developments in aerospace technology.