Boeing recently signed an agreement with the
Łukasiewicz Institute of Aviation to collaborate on engineering
design, analysis and support projects.
Engineers from the leading aerospace manufacturer
and the Polish research institute started working together at a
facility in Warsaw earlier this month.
cooperation is taking place on a project basis, with an initial
focus on commercial airplanes and services,
extending to additional programs on research and
development in the future.
Boeing 737 MAX 7. Picture by Steven Howard of TravelNewsAsia.com
Dr. Eng. Paweł Stężycki, director of the
Łukasiewicz – Institute of Aviation, said, “It is a testimony to
our researchers’ skills to be chosen to work alongside Boeing
engineers. We will develop cutting-edge technologies advancing the
products of one of the most innovative and renowned aerospace
companies in the world.”
The agreement is part of Boeing’s strategy to
expand its engineering footprint in Poland.
Already present in the
country for 30 years, the company is currently hiring a
variety of skills and experiences to grow its local engineering
“We are honored to work alongside an institute
that looks back at almost a century of engineering excellence in
aviation,” said Iryna Bielienko, Director of the Boeing Poland
Engineering & Technology Center. “Its long-standing experience,
efficient processes and capabilities make the Łukasiewicz –
Institute of Aviation the ideal local partner to advance aerospace
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