Boeing showcases sustainable aviation, advanced tech at Singapore Airshow 2024

Boeing is set to make a splash at the upcoming Singapore Airshow 2024, highlighting its diverse offerings in commercial aviation, defense, and services.

A U.S. Air Force Boeing C-17 Globemaster III at the 2018 Singapore Airshow. Photo by aamanatullah via Wikimedia Commons.

This year, Boeing emphasizes its commitment to sustainability, showcasing its Cascade Climate Impact Model, a data-driven tool that analyzes various strategies for reducing emissions and achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.

Additionally, the company will discuss its efforts to promote sustainable aviation fuel production through local partnerships and policy advocacy.

Visitors can also explore the future of flight with Boeing's subsidiary, Wisk, and its all-electric, autonomous, four-seat air taxi concept. This eVTOL (electric vertical takeoff and landing) aircraft embodies the growing trend of advanced air mobility.

Aviation enthusiasts can step inside a 777X cabin display to experience its spacious and adaptable design. For thrill seekers, an F-15EX simulator will offer a taste of the next-generation fighter jet's capabilities.

Several impressive aircraft will be on static display, including the CH-47F Chinook helicopter, AH-64E Apache attack helicopter, F-15 fighter jet, P-8A Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft, and C-17 Globemaster III military transport aircraft. A B-52 bomber will even participate in the airshow's flying display.

Boeing emphasizes its long-standing partnership with stakeholders in Southeast Asia, spanning over 75 years. Singapore serves as the company's regional headquarters, housing teams supporting various aspects of the business, including commercial airplanes, defense procurement, services, training, supply chain, and advanced research collaborations.

Beyond the exhibits, Boeing will participate in various forums and discussions, addressing crucial topics like net-zero emissions, advanced air mobility, and the future of the aerospace industry. The company is also showcasing four companies it has invested in, demonstrating its commitment to fostering innovation in the sector.