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787 Dreamliner: A Dynamic Presence At Paris Air Show 2013..!

Two Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft will have a dynamic present at Paris Air Show 2013, just after the U.S. aircraft producer solved the problem with airplane’s battery system:

Boeing schedules 787 Dreamliner pair for Paris Air Show | News …

A pair of superefficient 787 Dreamliners will be the featured Boeing products on display at the Paris Air Show, which begins June 17 at the Le Bourget exhibition center. One 787 will perform daily flying displays from Monday through Friday, while the other – a Qatar Airways 787 – will be on static display. The Boeing ScanEagle unmanned aircraft system will appear as part of the U.S. Corral display throughout the show. Boeing is again proud to sponsor for the eighth year the Engineering Student of the Year Award, the world’s leading competition to recognize students whose work shows the greatest promise, aptitude and dedication in the field of aerospace technology. This year’s recipient will be recognized at the Flight Awards at the Musee de l’Air et de l’Espace, Le Bourget on Tuesday evening (5.30-7.30 p.m.). Boeing will hold a series of media briefings and associated activities about key programs throughout the show. Media should check the daily briefing schedule at the media center and the Boeing media chalet, situated in chalet row A 324, for updates.

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More importantly, the U.S. is going to have a strong commercial presence at this year’s International Paris Air Show, with the diplomatic support of the U.S. government:

US Pavilion Largest at Paris Air Show 2013 - Aerospace Manufacturing and Design

Despite sequestration and the ongoing uncertainty of U.S. military budgets, the official U.S. Pavilion remains the largest international pavilion at the International Paris Air Show, and continues to grow steadily to its present 4,100sqm—the largest in the past decade. American aerospace and defense suppliers appear to be seeking exporting as an alternative to traditional domestic revenue sources. They are being aided by changes to U.S. export control regimes that are streamlining the process, making it simpler to sell U.S.-made products to the outside world, and thereby preserving tens of thousands of high-tech U.S. aerospace jobs. International tradeshow management firm Kallman Worldwide Inc. is organizing the U.S. Pavilion at Paris for the 10th time; this year, bringing 250 American exhibitors to LeBourget. The biennial show runs this year from June 17 to June 23, 2013. Kallman Worldwide is also debuting a free, interactive exhibition, “Aerogare (Terminal) USA,” in Hall 3 during the show’s public weekend. The display offers family-friendly events and giveaways around themes such as USA tourism and travel, and the history of flight. At press time, 15 top-level U.S. government officials including U.S. Ambassador to France Charles Rivkin, Assistant Secretary for Manufacturing (International Trade Administration) Chandra Brown, and five state governors have confirmed attendance in the tradeshow’s U.S. Pavilion. Several trade events are planned in the U.S. Pavilion during the show week: the U.S. International Pavilion VIP Reception, the Opening Ceremony/Ribbon Cutting and a book signing by retired astronaut Buzz Aldrin, whose Apollo 11 spacecraft was the first to land on the moon, to name a few. More events will be announced to the press in the coming weeks.

Additionally, Boeing is going to normalize the production of 787 Dreamliner airplanes and international airliners are starting to receive their ordered aircraft:

British Airways to receive Boeing Dreamliner from June 26 – Reuters

British Airways will receive its first two Boeing 787 Dreamliner planes on June 26 and 27 and its first Airbus  A380 superjumbo jet seven days later, becoming the first European airline to operate both aircraft. The airline, which is owned by International Airlines Group, said it would take delivery of the Airbus A380 on July 4. British Airways is spending 5 billion pounds ($8 billion) on new aircraft, better cabins and new technologies. The delivery of its first Dreamliner was originally scheduled for the end of February but was delayed by a series of battery incidents.  ”Over the next 12 months, we will take delivery of new long-haul aircraft at an average rate of one every two weeks,” said British Airways Chief Executive Keith Williams. ”Both aircraft types make major environmental advances and will contribute toward our ambitious targets for noise and carbon reduction,” he said of the two planes.

Following the same line of developments Air India is going to enhance its global flight network by taking advantage of the capabilities of the 787 Dreamliner aircraft:

Air India to expand global network with Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft: Ajit Singh – Economic Times

Air India plans to expand its global network using the Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, which will emerge as the “game changer” for the national carrier, Civil AviationMinister Ajit Singh said today. ”We are expanding our network with Dreamliners. The B787s will be game changer for Air india,” Singh said.

Finally, after Boeing paid the price of innovation for its Dreamliner aircraft for almost six months, international deliveries of the 787 airplanes are to go ahead. Although battery testing continues, the Dreamliner is ready to fly…

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