Boeing celebrates second century as aerospace leader

Boeing is celebrating 100 years of innovation at the Farnborough Aeronautic Room, where its advanced commercial and defense platforms will be showcased, and a singular exhibition commemorating its first hundred years and its present and future vision, will be inaugurated. The first airplane of Boeing’s second century, 737 MAX, and the 787-9 Dreamliner that will be delivered to ANA, as well as the new 747-8 Volga-Dnepr Cargo airplane, will debut in exhibit flights during July. Many other Boeing aircraft will display their versatility in daily exhibit flies, besides an exhibition of Boeing historic airplanes, like the P-51D Mustang, the B-17 Flying Fortress, the DC-3 Dakota and the B-25 Mitchell. There will also be interactive screens showing past, present and future technologies from the Company. On the other hand, together with the Royal Aeronautical Society, Boeing will present the new RANS Coyote II airplanes, built by students, thanks to the “Schools Build a Plane Challenge” initiative.