Boeing will showcase its market-leading aerospace and defense portfolio at the 2023 Paris Air Show, including highly efficient commercial jets, critical defense platforms, customer-focused services and innovative autonomous technologies.
The 737-10, the largest member of the MAX family, will join the new 777-9 in the show’s flying display, while Boeing subsidiary Wisk Aero debuts its all-electric, autonomous 6th generation air taxi – which the company plans to certify for commercial passenger operations.
With a strong commitment toward a sustainable aerospace industry, Boeing will demonstrate its “Cascade” Climate Impact Model, a data-modeling tool recently made available to the public to provide actionable insights towards the aviation industry’s goal of net-zero emissions by 2050. The company will also debut a new tool that tracks sustainable aviation fuel capacity around the world, and provide an update on delivering 100% SAF-compatible airplanes by 2030.
Below are some of the events and programs Boeing will highlight during the air show.
Defense, Space & Security
Boeing aircraft on display in the U.S. Department of Defense corral will include its highly capable rotorcraft platforms – the CH-47F Chinook and AH-64D Apache – and its mobility and surveillance aircraft, the P-8A Poseidon and KC-46A Pegasus. Other aircraft on display include Boeing’s B-1B Lancer, C-17 Globemaster, and the F-15E Strike Eagle.
Come listen to the roar and feel the heat of the rocket engines with a unique Artemis experience in the Boeing Pavilion. Attendees can learn about the historic launch as part of Boeing’s Artemis Experience.
Boeing is a market leader in autonomous capability, introducing autonomy widely across its portfolio including MQ-25, MQ-28, Starliner, Insitu, X37-B, and more. Recently, Boeing became the sole owner of Wisk Aero, a California-based eVTOL company that is developing the first all-electric, self-flying air taxi in the U.S. for the Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) market. Wisk will open new markets and bring air transportation with zero emissions closer to where people live.
Wisk’s 6th generation aircraft will be on display at the Wisk pavilion. Attendees will have the opportunity to view the cabin of the autonomous four-passenger aircraft and learn about the customer flight experience.
The Boeing exhibit – B337 and Static C2 – will showcase the company's aerospace, services and defense capabilities and will include a unique experience featuring the Artemis launch.