Boeing highlights at the 2019 Paris Air Show

Paris June 20, 2019

Boeing engaged with customers, suppliers and industry partners at the 2019 Paris Air Show and recommitted to its enduring values of safety, quality and integrity. It also was an opportunity to answer questions and share progress on the 737 MAX as the company prepares for the airplane's safe return to service.

At the show, Boeing:

  • Released Boeing's Market Outlook, valuing the aerospace and defense industry at $8.7 trillion over the next decade
  • Secured orders, commitments and agreements for commercial aircraft and services
  • Highlighted international defense sales and services opportunities for T-X, F-15EX, F/A-18, P-8, KC-46 and other platforms
  • Shared its vision for the future mobility ecosystem, including the Passenger Air Vehicle and Cargo Air Vehicle
  • Joined aerospace industry CTOs in committing to drive sustainability in aviation
  • Announced a $1 million investment in Brazil's sustainable aviation fuel industry

Boeing Commercial Airplanes:

Boeing, airline customers and operators announced commercial orders, commitments and letters of intent to purchase.

Commercial Airplanes & Services Customer Announcements

Customer Quantity / Model Value (list prices)
Korean Airlines20 787 Dreamliner airplanes
(787-9 / 787-10)
$6.3 billion
Korean Airlines 10 787-10 Dreamliner airplanes
(via lease from Air Lease Corporation)
N/A
Air Lease Corporation 5 787-9 Dreamliner airplanes $1.5 billion
Qatar Airways 5 777 Freighters $1.8 billion
China Airlines Up to 6 777 Freighters Undisclosed
Turkmenistan Airlines 1 777-200LR (long range) $346.9 million
ASL Aviation Holdings 10 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighters Undisclosed
ASL Aviation Holdings 10 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighters Undisclosed
GECAS 10 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighters Undisclosed
GECAS 15 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighters Undisclosed

Boeing Defense, Space & Security:

Boeing highlighted international sales and services opportunities for several defense platforms at the show, including the T-X trainer, F-15EX, F/A-18 Super Hornet, P-8 Poseidon and KC-46 tanker, which made its international air show debut.

Boeing Global Services:

Boeing secured commercial and defense services orders and agreements, including:

  • Supply chain services agreements for CH-47 Chinook rotor blade repair, landing gear maintenance, consumables and expendables, chemical solutions, parts packages and more
  • More than $100 million in digital solutions agreements
  • The company's first off-platform agreement to provide parts support for British Airways' Airbus and Boeing airplanes