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Boeing to Highlight 787, 777-200LR and KC-767A at Paris Air Show 2005 (June 13-15)
Boeing ^ | June 3, 2005

Posted on 06/03/2005 11:54:22 AM PDT by Righty_McRight

Boeing to Highlight 787 Dreamliner, 777-200LR Worldliner and KC-767A Tanker Transport Aircraft at Paris Air Show 2005

CHICAGO, June 3, 2005 – The world’s longest-range passenger jet, the most advanced and capable tanker aircraft, and the aviation industry’s best-selling new airplane will be among the products featured by The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] at this year’s Paris Air Show, beginning June 13 at Le Bourget airfield outside Paris.

“Boeing is entering the air show with tremendous momentum,” said Tod Hullin, Boeing senior vice president, Communications. “This is a company that’s on the move. Our financial performance has been strong, and the operating engine of the company is running on all cylinders,” he said. “The market recovery in the commercial airplane business is taking hold, and orders for Boeing airplanes are up significantly. At the same time, program performance across our defense and space businesses has been excellent as we add to our industry-leading backlog.”

Hullin issued a reminder that Boeing does not artificially store up commercial orders to be announced at air shows. “Our customers determine the time and place for order announcements, and we support their decisions,” he said.

The Boeing 787 Dreamliner will be showcased in a dedicated exhibit space adjacent to the static aircraft displays, which feature the Boeing 777-200LR (long range), 747-400 Freighter and the new KC-767A tanker aircraft. The 777-200LR, which will be capable of providing direct, non-stop service between cities as far as 17,446 km apart when it enters service in 2006, is currently scheduled to arrive at Le Bourget on Friday, June 10 at about 0830. The KC-767A for the Italian Air Force will arrive later in the day at around 1700. Accredited media are invited to coordinate with the show staff regarding photographing the aircrafts’ arrivals.

Boeing’s schedule begins on Monday, June 13, with briefings by the President and CEO of Boeing Integrated Defense Systems Jim Albaugh at 1300, followed by 787 Dreamliner Vice President and General Manager Mike Bair at 1330. Alan Mulally, President and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes, will conduct a briefing on Tuesday, June 14, at 1300. These executive briefings will take place in the Salon Press Centre. Connexion by Boeing President Laurette Koellner also will attend to discuss the first year of in-flight connectivity service for commercial airlines and their passengers.

In addition to the 777-200LR Worldliner, 747-400 Freighter and the Italian KC-767A Tanker, several Boeing-built military products are scheduled to be on display, including the C-17 Globemaster III, F-15E Strike Eagle, AH-64D Apache Longbow, and the SLAM-ER and Harpoon missiles. The F/A-18E/F Super Hornet, flown by Boeing F/A-18 Chief Test Pilot Ricardo Traven, will take part in the daily flying display.

Accredited journalists are invited to the Boeing Press Chalet (A406-7), directly opposite the main Boeing chalet, throughout the week. Boeing will hold a series of briefings on key programs and issues. Each day, media should check the briefing schedule at the Boeing Press Chalet, Boeing Exhibit and the Salon Press Centre for updates.

Note: All times listed below are local to Paris

Monday, June 13

0930 Boeing Rotorcraft: Global Leader in Quality and Innovation – Boeing Press Chalet

The leaders of Boeing Rotorcraft Systems will provide updates on current programs – AH-64D Apache Longbow, CH-47F/MH-47G Chinook, and CV/MV-22 Osprey – as well as new technology initiatives, including the Unmanned Little Bird demonstration project, the Joint Heavy Lift initiative and other unmanned rotorcraft activities. Presenters: Mike Tkach, vice president, Rotorcraft Systems; Al Winn, vice president, Apache Programs; and John Dougherty, director, Chinook Programs.

1200 Precision Engagement: Boeing Style – onboard KC-767A Tanker

John Lockard, vice president and general manager, Boeing Naval Systems, will speak on precision engagement, including engagement cycle, enduring needs and survivability. Near-term capabilities and long-term goals, along with Boeing’s system-of-systems approach will be highlighted.

1300 Jim Albaugh – Integrated Defense Systems – Salon Press Centre, Rm. 5

Jim Albaugh, president and CEO of Boeing Integrated Defense Systems, will explain the success of IDS’s aerospace leadership through execution of current programs and leveraging systems integration and platform expertise.

1330 787 Dreamliner and More – Salon Press Centre, Rm. 2

Mike Bair, vice president and general manager of the 787 Dreamliner program, will provide updates on the most successful new airplane in aviation history.

Tuesday, June 14

0900 Future Combat Systems: Transforming the 21st Century Battlefield – Boeing Press Chalet

Roger Krone will provide an update on the largest program in the history of the United States Army. Conceived to incorporate simultaneous development of 18 new platforms and the network that connects them, Future Combat Systems promises to fundamentally alter the way the Army and joint forces operate.

1000 Boeing KC-767A Tanker Program Overview – on board KC-767A Tanker

George Muellner, vice president and general manager, Boeing Air Force Systems, will present a briefing on the Boeing KC-767A Tanker program from inside the No. 1 Italian Air Force KC-767A. Boeing is considered the world leader in tanker design and integration. Muellner will discuss the refueling flexibility of the KC-767A aircraft, world-class partnerships, mission flexibility (passengers, combi, etc.), the world tanker market overview, and the latest milestones from the flight-test program.

1300 Alan Mulally – Boeing Commercial Airplanes – Salon Press Centre, Auditorium

Alan Mulally, president and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes, will explain the strategy supporting the company’s unsurpassed commercial airplanes and services and Boeing’s position as the preferred commercial aviation company.

1300 Exploring the Integrated Battlespace – onboard KC-767A Tanker

George Muellner will provide a detailed overview of Boeing’s role as the enabler of the Integrated Battlespace, implementing a strategy of embedding Common Strategic Architecture in all IBS elements to achieve interoperability. Utilizing a “best of industry” approach, Boeing is providing integrated solutions today, and leading the transformation to Network-Centric operations – securing the right information, to the right people, at the right time, and in the right format.

1530 The KC-767A Italian Tanker: A Shared Journey – onboard KC-767A Tanker

Come hear the perspectives of the Italian Air Force, Italian aerospace industry, and The Boeing Company on the state of aerial refueling technology and the advances made to that technology with the KC-767A. Presenters: Col. Stefano Fort, Commander, 14th Wing, Italian Air Force; Agostino Melani, CEO, Aeronavali; and Jim O’Neill, vice president, Boeing Tanker Program.

Wednesday, June 15

1000 On Target: International Weapons Briefing – Boeing Press Chalet

Mike Coggins, manager of International Business Development, Weapons, will highlight Boeing’s product offering in the international market and the latest successes of Laser Joint Direct Attack Munition and Small Diameter Bomb.

1200 F/A-18E/F Super Hornet: Block II Capability Now and for the Future – Boeing Press Chalet

Boeing, U.S. Navy and Raytheon representatives will discuss the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet program, including the significant capability enhancements inherent in the Block II Super Hornet. The AESA-equipped Super Hornet represents a quantum leap in operational technology and capability. Presenters: Chris Chadwick, Boeing vice president, F/A-18 Programs; Capt. Donald “BD” Gaddis, F/A-18 program manager, U.S. Navy, PMA-265; and Erv Grau, Raytheon vice president, Air Combat Avionics

1300 Space Exploration: A New Vision for the Final Frontier – Boeing Press Chalet

A Boeing Space Shuttle executive will discuss the company’s role in resolving Space Shuttle return to flight issues, lessons learned from the Shuttle Columbia accident and the impact of retiring the shuttle. The ISS executive will discuss international partner contributions to the station, future assembly flights, and test bed technologies and concepts in which Boeing is partnering with NASA to support lunar and Mars exploration. Representing its partnership, Northrop Grumman and Boeing Space Exploration executives will discuss an accelerated CEV schedule, using the vehicle as an ISS crew or cargo vehicle, and opportunities for international cooperation.

Presenters: Steve Oswald, Boeing Space Shuttle vice president; John Elbon, Boeing International Space Station vice president; Chuck Allen, Boeing Space Exploration Systems vice president; and Doug Young, Northrop Grumman lead executive for Space Systems

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KEYWORDS: 747; 777; 787; ah64d; airlines; boeing; c17; ch47f; chinook; dreamliner; f15; f18; france; harpoon; ids; kc767a; mh47g; miltech; osprey; parisairshow; slamer; trade; worldliner
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1 posted on 06/03/2005 11:54:24 AM PDT by Righty_McRight
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To: Righty_McRight

GOOD! They can park them right next to that AirBust disaster........


2 posted on 06/03/2005 11:55:42 AM PDT by Red Badger (Want to be surprised? Goooooooogle your own name.............)
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To: Righty_McRight
I hope Boeing will at least mention something about the 747 Advanced.
If the Aflop- 380 is delayed even farther then the recent delay of 6 months, then, it's a good guess that the whole program is in jeopardy.
3 posted on 06/03/2005 12:02:09 PM PDT by Prophet in the wilderness (PSALM 53 : 1 The ( FOOL ) hath said in his heart , There is no GOD .)
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To: Righty_McRight

This thread is useless without pics.


4 posted on 06/03/2005 12:03:37 PM PDT by timtoews5292004
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To: Paleo Conservative

ping


5 posted on 06/03/2005 12:04:43 PM PDT by JoJo Gunn (Help control the Leftist population. Have them spayed or neutered. )
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To: Righty_McRight
Boeing to Highlight 787 Dreamliner, 777-200LR Worldliner and KC-767A Tanker Transport Aircraft at Paris Air Show 2005

As well they should. It'll be great to see superior American products on display on the homefield of Airbus. (And this is coming from someone whose company uses Brazilian and Canadian jets and ATR and BAE turbo-props...)

6 posted on 06/03/2005 12:06:00 PM PDT by cardinal4 (Extraordinary Circumstances- proving PT Barnum was right..)
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To: Righty_McRight

Vietnam Airlines To Buy Four Boeing 787 Dreamliners

June 3, 2005

By KOMO Staff & News Services


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HANOI, VIETNAM - Vietnam Airlines will buy four Boeing 787 Dreamliners as part of a plan to expand its fleet to meet increasing travel demands, an airline spokesman said Friday.

Prime Minister Phan Van Khai has instructed the state-owned airline to complete the contract, which is expected to be signed during his visit to the United States on June 19-25, said spokesman Nguyen Chan.

U.S.-based Boeing Co. has said the wide-body jetliners will be delivered to the communist country in 2010. The deal is valued at about $500 million at list prices, although airlines usually negotiate discounts.

Khai will be the first Vietnamese prime minister to travel to Washington. Vietnam and the U.S. are former foes that normalized diplomatic relations 10 years ago.


7 posted on 06/03/2005 12:09:36 PM PDT by cmsgop
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8 posted on 06/03/2005 12:10:33 PM PDT by cmsgop
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To: Prophet in the wilderness

We should know more about the 747 Advanced (good or bad) before the summer is over.


9 posted on 06/03/2005 12:10:49 PM PDT by Righty_McRight
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To: timtoews5292004
787 Dreamliner:

 

777-200LR:

 

KC-767A:

767 Tanker Programs - Neg. # DVD-845-03

10 posted on 06/03/2005 12:13:41 PM PDT by Incorrigible (If I lead, follow me; If I pause, push me; If I retreat, kill me.)
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To: Righty_McRight

Will the A-380 be putting in an appearance? < crickets chirping >


11 posted on 06/03/2005 12:16:41 PM PDT by Tallguy
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To: Red Badger
"They can park them right next to that AirBust disaster........"

You mean the SuperDodo? ;o)
12 posted on 06/03/2005 12:17:42 PM PDT by LIConFem (Mein Luftkissenboot ist mit Aalen voll.)
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To: timtoews5292004
777-200LR Worldliner


787 Dreamliner


KC-767a
13 posted on 06/03/2005 12:17:42 PM PDT by Righty_McRight
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"In addition to the 777-200LR Worldliner, 747-400 Freighter and the Italian KC-767A Tanker, several Boeing-built military products are scheduled to be on display, including the C-17 Globemaster III, F-15E Strike Eagle, AH-64D Apache Longbow, and the SLAM-ER and Harpoon missiles. The F/A-18E/F Super Hornet, flown by Boeing F/A-18 Chief Test Pilot Ricardo Traven, will take part in the daily flying display."

Impressive credentials for Boeing.

What does Air Bus have?
14 posted on 06/03/2005 12:18:18 PM PDT by ryan71 (Speak softly and carry a BIG STICK)
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To: LIConFem

I've flown on AirBusses, and the name is apropos.....


15 posted on 06/03/2005 12:23:11 PM PDT by Red Badger (Want to be surprised? Goooooooogle your own name.............)
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To: ryan71
What does Air Bus have?

Debt, and lots of it.

16 posted on 06/03/2005 12:24:33 PM PDT by Pukin Dog (Sans Reproache)
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To: Righty_McRight

I seem to remember that Air India has just bought some 20 787s. Take that airbus.......


17 posted on 06/03/2005 12:26:34 PM PDT by lmailbvmbipfwedu
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To: Righty_McRight
Maybe Boeing should send a B-52 to Toulouse.
18 posted on 06/03/2005 12:28:55 PM PDT by Paleo Conservative (Hey! Hey! Ho! Ho! Andrew Heyward's got to go!)
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To: ryan71

Whine and Cheese ?


19 posted on 06/03/2005 12:29:01 PM PDT by Prophet in the wilderness (PSALM 53 : 1 The ( FOOL ) hath said in his heart , There is no GOD .)
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To: Pukin Dog

Don't worry, they will soak the treasury of the EU dry, that is ? if their is anything left, after 14 % unemployment in Germany.


20 posted on 06/03/2005 12:30:39 PM PDT by Prophet in the wilderness (PSALM 53 : 1 The ( FOOL ) hath said in his heart , There is no GOD .)
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