ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA — Boeing Set to İmpress with Efficient Jets, Advanced Services, and Autonomous tech at 2023 Paris Air Show.

Boeing is set to exhibit its superior portfolio at the 2023 Paris Air Show, comprising highly efficient commercial aircraft, client-centric services, and cutting-edge autonomous technologies.

The company plans to include the 737-10, the biggest model in the MAX family, and the newly launched 777-9 in the air show's flight display. Simultaneously, Boeing's subsidiary Wisk Aero will introduce its autonomous, electric 6th generation air taxi, which is projected to be certified for commercial passenger operations.

In line with its dedication to a sustainable aerospace industry, Boeing will present its "Cascade" Climate Impact Model. This recently publicized data-modeling tool offers actionable insights for the aviation sector's pursuit of net-zero emissions by 2050. Boeing will also introduce a novel tool that monitors global sustainable aviation fuel capacity, and share an update on the production of airplanes compatible with 100% SAF by 2030.

Some of the key events and programs that Boeing will highlight during the air show include:

Commercial Airplanes:

The 737-10 and 777-9 will make their debut at Le Bourget on June 18. The 737-10, offering operators increased capacity, superior fuel efficiency, and the best per-seat economics of any single-aisle airplane, and the 777-9, recognized as the world's most efficient and largest twin-engine jet, boasting advanced technologies from the 787 Dreamliner.

Riyadh Air, Saudi Arabia's emerging carrier, will feature a Boeing-owned 787-9 in its new indigo livery, which is inspired by the dusk sky colors. The airplane will be exhibited throughout the week.

Global Services:

Boeing Global Services will demonstrate how its creative portfolio of solutions enables the world's fleet to operate safely, sustainably, and efficiently.


Boeing, a market leader in autonomous capability, will showcase its advancements in this sector. Recently, Boeing acquired full ownership of Wisk Aero, a California-based eVTOL company developing the first all-electric, self-flying air taxi in the U.S. for the Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) market.

Furthermore, Boeing is set to release its 2023 Commercial Market Outlook (CMO) on June 18, a forecast based on 60 years of analysis and insights into airline strategies, passenger demand, and economic data.