F-15 EAGLE, F/A-18 Super HORNET, P-8A POSEIDON, CH-47 CHINOOK, AH-64 APACHE and unmanned systems on display
Boeing showcases a wide range of products and services at this year’s Singapore Airshow. The scale of the company’s presence at this year’s show reflects the strong growth prospects and opportunities across its defence and services businesses in Asia-Pacific.
“Singapore is a global aviation hub and the headquarters for our Southeast Asia operations, where we have enjoyed 70 years of presence and partnership,” Skip Boyce, President, Boeing Southeast Asia, explains. “As our product line-up and customer requirements continue to evolve, we are confident and committed to delivering enhanced capabilities to our customers while growing our regional presence.”
Boeing Defense, Space & Security has a robust line-up of Boeing and customer products on static display at the show.
The Republic of Singapore Air Force displays the F-15SG multi-role fighter, and the CH-47 CHINOOK and AH-64 APACHE helicopters.
The US Department of Defense exhibits the P-8A POSEIDON and the F/A-18 Super HORNET, alongside the INTEGRATOR unmanned aircraft system from Insitu. The Boeing exhibit also includes the Insitu ScanEagle, and the WAVE GLIDER, an ocean surface robot with seabed-to-space autonomous capabilities from Liquid Robotics.
For the first time at the Singapore Airshow, there is a Boeing Global Services (BGS) exhibit booth. Launched in 2017, Boeing Global Services is the company’s newest business unit and is poised for growth through innovative services and support for regional commercial and defence systems throughout the entire lifecycle. Asia-Pacific is an important growth market for the services business with a strong emphasis on engineering, modifications, upgrades, maintenance, Boeing AnalytX, digital services and training. The Boeing Training and Professional Services campus in Changi, Singapore is Boeing’s largest pilot, technician and crew training facility in Asia, according to the company.