Boeing at International Astronautical Congress 2018 -- Bremen

Boeing and its heritage companies have been integral to every major endeavor to escape Earth’s gravity. From the first Mercury capsule and the Apollo program, to the current International Space Station, and beyond to the Starliner, Space Launch System, and NASA’s Gateway, Boeing has and will take humans and technology farther than they’ve ever been.

At IAC 2018, held Oct. 1-5 in Bremen, Germany, Boeing will demonstrate how it is working with NASA and global partners in a shared mission to design and build the future of space. To request interviews and time in the full-scale Starliner simulator, please contact the Boeing media representatives below. Please note that Boeing may not be able to accommodate all requests during the limited time available. We will suggest alternate options where possible.

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Media Contacts:

Pre-show:
Jerry Drelling, Boeing External Communications, jerry.a.drelling@boeing.com, office: +1 703-872-4255
Steve Siceloff, Boeing Space and Launch, steven.p.siceloff@boeing.com, office: +1 281-226-4872

On-site:
Maribeth Davis, Boeing Space and Launch, maribeth.b.davis@boeing.com, mobile +1 703-209-9984
Béatrice Bracklo, Boeing International, beatrice.bracklo@boeing.com, mobile: +49 172 4125525

The following documents, videos and images are available for editorial use by news media:

Boeing agenda for IAC 2018

Backgrounders:
Starliner
International Space Station
Space Launch System
Boeing HorizonX Ventures
Boeing in Germany

Biographies:
Chris Ferguson, Starliner test pilot and director, Crew and Mission Operations
Mark Mulqueen, program manager, International Space Station
Tony Castilleja, systems engineer, Global Sales and Marketing, Space and Launch
Peter McGrath, director, Global Sales and Marketing – Space Exploration

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