Future of Flight Exhibition: Research and Development of Novel Concepts to Inspire the Next Generation of Air Transportation
The Future of Flight exhibition at the Boeing Commercial Airline Center & Boeing Tour Seattle is scheduled from mid-May through the first week of June. The theme of this special tour is “The Next Flight”. This is a joint project of the Boeing Company and the Seattle International Airport (WAX). It will bring together corporate personnel from both companies for an exciting “in your face” meeting to discuss the future of air travel and the future of aviation.
The Future of Flight exhibition will take place in the Boeing Commercial Airline Center in Seattle’s Washington Park, which was recently named one of the “America’s Best Airports”. This impressive venue has been instrumental in the successful development of many of Boeing’s airliners. The Future of Flight exhibition will explore the challenges and opportunities facing the company as it progresses towards its future. The tour will also cover some of the most innovative and radical air craft designs currently under development. It will highlight future design technologies, production methods, and materials, and fuel efficient aircraft.
For the past ten years, the Future of Flight exhibition has traveled to more than sixty countries around the world. This has included the likes of Tokyo, London, Los Angeles, and New York. It has also brought together aircraft makers, engine producers, aircraft service providers, and related companies. This tour brings together a wide variety of personalities that can potentially affect the future of aviation. Many of the world leaders will be participating, including members of the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the U.S. Department of Transportation, and members of the Canadian government. The event also includes representatives from various airlines, freight brokers, and ground handling services.
The Future of Flight exhibition will also feature a capsule review of the capsules that are set to fly on commercial passenger aircraft. This capsule will be launched into orbit by NASA and will be attached to an Atlas V rocket. The capsule will fly through space and return to Earth, providing valuable information to pilots and astronauts while in orbit. The capsule will explore topics such as weightlessness, thermal insulation, and more. This capsule also offers amazing views of the Earth, the sun, and other space junk. The capsule will not only launch into space, but it will also land on a runway before returning to Earth.
The Future of Flight exhibition is a collaboration of numerous aerospace companies, as well as major corporations such as Boeing & United Launch Alliance (ULA). The Future of Flight exhibition is the third annual meeting of the Future Aerospace Companies Association (FACHA). This year’s theme is “Next Generation Airframes & Systems.” The Future of Flight will feature capsule reviews of different capsules designed by different manufacturers. The companies involved include ARM Corporation, Honeywell, composite materials specialists, as well as Daimler-Chrysler. A Future of Flight capsule review will also feature a look at what future capsules might look like.
The Future of Flight exhibition is scheduled to run from March through May at the Center for the Study of Aerospace Materials (CAMIA). The conference venue is the University of Colorado at Denver. The Future of Flight conference is co-sponsored by the U.S. Air Force Association (USDOA), the Commercial Operators of Aerospace Information (COAI), and the National Air Traffic Management Association (NATS). General Aviation is also a partner in the Future of Flight project. Other participating businesses and vendors include Hughes Communications, NVOCC, AT&T, Unvericard, and Northrop Grumman.