Boeing, the world’s largest aerospace company, will present several key elements at Asian Aerospace 2009.
Boeing will spotlight its commercial airplane family, with several of its Commercial Airplanes business unit experts speaking at the conference sessions and will conduct a pair of media briefings focusing on the current market as well as Boeing products and services.
Asian Aerospace takes place for three days beginning Sept. 8 at Asia World-Expo in Hong Kong.
A number of Boeing executives and market experts will be on hand to discuss Boeing’s products; market presence and current market environment, as well as the company’s market outlook for the future.
“Asian Aerospace provides a great opportunity for Asia, with its dynamic market, to be a key industry driver as we emerge from the recession,” said Vice-President of Sales for China, East and Southeast Asia, Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Rob Laird, in a statement issued from Hong Kong Wednesday.
“This event provides an opportunity to demonstrate our strong commitment to our Asian customers, partners and suppliers, and feature the benefits and value that our products and services deliver to customers, passengers and the environment.”
With Asian Aerospace’s focus on commercial aviation, Boeing Commercial Airplanes will take center stage.
Laird will reflect on Asia’s role in the global aerospace and aviation industry in a presentation during the “Future Watch: Aerospace & Air Transport Trends” session.
In addition, Vice-President, Customer Support, Asia Pacific, Pat Gaines will discuss “Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul supply and demand in China.”
Both presentations are part of the Asian Aerospace Congress.
Emphasizing the training support that Boeing provides to airline customers, Vice-President, Training & Flight Services, Sherry Carbary, will deliver the keynote address for the Asia Pacific Airline Training Symposium on Sept. 8, with a discussion on what the industry can do together to reduce costs and increase operating efficiencies.
Vice-President, Marketing, Randy Tinseth and regional marketing director, Jim Edgar, will provide a commercial airplane and air cargo market update for media, with a focus on the Asia Pacific region.
The press briefing will provide the company’s most current information concerning aviation and air cargo markets as well as Boeing’s projections for the next 20 years.
Carbary will lead a media briefing to discuss the customer-focused approach of Boeing Training & Flight Services to the market and how the organization’s expanded scope of services is reflected in the organization’s change in branding identity from Alteon.
Boeing will also participate in a number of conferences during the show.