Singapore | February 15 - 18

Singapore Airshow 2022

Stay informed about the latest Boeing Global Services news from Singapore

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Singapore Airshow Newsroom!

Additional stories from the Singapore Airshow are also available at the Singapore Airshow page on Boeing.com.

 
SAS2022 | Monday, February 14, 2022

The recovery will be digitized

Just over a decade ago, widespread use of digital tools in airline operations took root in navigation and charting. A tablet in the flight deck gave pilots the benefit of a simple, fast, reliable and digital way to negotiate the complexities of flight path restrictions.

Ten years later the entire industry, from flight decks to warehouses, is turning to digital tools to navigate today’s unprecedented turbulence. From simple parts fulfillment to dynamic staffing changes to prognostic maintenance tasks, looking inside our walls at Boeing and across to our customers, we see digital waypoints indicating a route to recovery.
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SAS2022 | Friday, February 18, 2022

Interior Modifications with a ZIP

It started with a simple conversation.
 
Prior to the pandemic, Japan Airlines (JAL) approached Boeing with a vision to launch a low-cost carrier for value-conscious passengers.
 
With close customer-focused engagement and collaboration early on in the process, we got to work.
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SAS2022 | Thursday, February 17, 2022

Jetstar selects Boeing to provide 787 type-rating training for its pilots

Jetstar pilots will complete their training with Boeing instructors at Boeing’s Commercial Training Solutions Campus in Singapore.
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SAS2022 | Wednesday, February 16, 2022

Bamboo Airways marks renewals of four digital solutions

Boeing and Bamboo Airways held a signing ceremony at the Singapore Airshow to mark renewals of four digital solutions, including Jeppesen FliteDeck Pro, Jeppesen Charts, Jeppesen JetPlanner4 with Weather, and NOTAM services across their entire fleet. These data-driven solutions will continue to help Bamboo Airways drive efficiency and reduce costs in their operations.

Shown holding the certificate are Nguyen Khac Hai, Deputy CEO of Bamboo Airways and Ted Colbert, President and CEO of Boeing Global Services who signed the renewal agreements for these Flight Planning and Navigation solutions.

 
SAS2022 | Wednesday, February 16, 2022

Fleet-wide documentation management keeps maintenance humming

A growing number of nearly 350 operators – many with Boeing and non-Boeing fleets – benefit from the full-fleet capability of Maintenance Performance Toolbox.

Thai Airways, which has been using the product suite for its 777 and 787 airplanes since 2007, added in their non-Boeing fleet in 2018. The airline recently renewed its existing service and expanded the non-Boeing coverage to include their newer fleet types. 
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SAS2022 | Wednesday, February 16, 2022

ANA Extends Boeing Maintenance Performance Toolbox for Entire Fleet

Today, we announced at the Singapore Airshow that All Nippon Airways (ANA) has signed a renewal agreement for Boeing’s Maintenance Performance Toolbox.

ANA has used the Boeing digital solution for the past five years to support fleet-wide maintenance information management for its aircraft and engines, and is renewing the agreement for an additional five years.
 
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SAS2022 | Wednesday, February 16, 2022

Boeing Integrated Operations Center delivers seamless connection and greater efficiencies

Boeing’s growing ecosystem of digital tools and services already offer significant cost and efficiency savings to customers, but when they are integrated together, seamlessly sharing information and data among the key players in a commercial airline’s operations, the systems achieve a multiplier effect.

We are continuing our journey of integrating these services by releasing the Boeing Integrated Operations Center (Boeing IOC), a suite of interconnected core capabilities that includes Operations Control, Crew Management, Communication, Flight Planning, Tail Assignment and Flight Scheduling.

 
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SAS2022 | Wednesday, February 16, 2022

Asian Corporate Aviation Management Pte Ltd (ACAM) signs ForeFlight solutions agreement at Singapore Airshow

At the 2022 Singapore Airshow, Asian Corporate Aviation Management Pte Ltd (ACAM) signed an agreement with ForeFlight, A Boeing Company, to extend access to additional digital solutions offered by ForeFlight. Under the terms of the agreement, ACAM will now utilize the ForeFlight Dispatch solution, in addition to ForeFlight Mobile EFB, allowing their flight planners to seamlessly deliver flight plans, documents, and more to crew members directly in ForeFlight Mobile.

 
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SAS2022 | Tuesday, February 15, 2022

Boeing Adds 767-300BCF Conversion Capacity to Support Growing Customer Demand

Boeing and ST Engineering today announced at the Singapore Airshow plans to create additional capacity for the 767-300 Boeing Converted Freighter (BCF) to support growing customer demand worldwide.

In the second half of 2022, Boeing will add a 767-300BCF conversion line at ST Engineering’s airframe facility in Guangzhou, China.
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SAS2022 | Monday, February 14, 2022

Boeing Reaches Record $2 Billion in E-Commerce Sales

Boeing achieved an annual record for e-commerce parts sales last year with more than $2 billion in online orders.

Fueled by investment in digital tools, Boeing Distribution Inc. (formerly Aviall) sold nearly 70,000 parts products through its e-commerce site to commercial and government customers, eclipsing pre-pandemic levels.

Commercial orders accounted for $1.5 billion in sales, reflecting the continued recovery in the airline industry.
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SAS2022 | Friday, February 11, 2022

Boeing Global Services in Southeast Asia

We keep Southeast Asia's fleets flying safely and efficiently through data-driven innovation. Our team of aviation experts works together with customers to ensure safe operations, maximize performance, drive operational efficiency and help assure mission readiness.
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SAS2022 | Friday, February 11, 2022

Boeing’s Emissions Reporter can help Asia-Pacific airlines meet new voluntary CORSIA regulations from ICAO

This year, many airlines in Southeast Asia will begin reporting their emissions for the first time due to new emissions reporting requirements for states participating in the initial voluntary phase of ICAO’s Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA). Learn why airlines such as Air Astana rely upon our Emissions Reporter digital solution.
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