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New Boeing 747-8 to debut at Paris Air Show

New Boeing 747-8 to debut at Paris Air Show

New Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental and Freighter to Debut at 2011 Paris Air Show

» Media | Monday, June 6, 2011 • Air News Times

Boeing's two new 747-8 airplane models the Intercontinental passenger version and the Freighter version will make their international debuts at the Paris Air Show, joining the innovative 787 Dreamliner as highlights of the company's presence during the show. Also on display at the biennial aerospace exhibition, which begins June 20 at Le Bourget, will be an Air Berlin 737-700 with the new Boeing Sky Interior, a Qatar Airways Boeing 777-200LR – the longest-range passenger jetliner in the world – the C-17 Globemaster III military airlifter, the F-15E Strike Eagle multi-role fighter jet, and the CH-47F Chinook heavy-lift helicopter.


"We are excited to bring to the Paris Air Show the world's newest and most innovative family of commercial airplanes," said Tom Downey, senior vice president, Boeing Communications. "We also are proud to highlight the capabilities of our defense business. We are looking forward to meeting with customers, partners, and others in the aerospace community as the industry recovery continues."


The 747-8 Intercontinental passenger jet, sporting its distinctive "Sunrise" livery, will arrive June 19, just three months after its first flight, and be on static display until the evening of June 21. The 747-8 Freighter will arrive June 20 and be on display for the following two days.


Boeing will deliver the first 747-8 freighter to Cargolux later this summer. The first 747-8 Intercontinental will be delivered in the fourth quarter to a VIP customer, and Lufthansa will be the first airline to receive an Intercontinental in early 2012.


The 787 flight-test airplane ZA001 featuring the full Dreamliner livery will be on static display June 22-23. Launch customer ANA will receive its first 787 in August or September.


Together these five Boeing commercial airplane models embody the technology and innovation that Boeing is bringing to market to reduce operating costs for airlines while revolutionizing the travel experience for passengers around the world.


The Boeing military aircraft will be part of the U.S. Department of Defense display throughout the show.


Boeing will hold a series of media briefings and activities during the show, as listed below. Media at the show should check the briefing schedule daily at the Media Centre and the Boeing media chalet, situated in chalet row A 328, for updates.

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