Boeing’s Hermesmeyer to discuss 777 freighters at CFS

Brian Hermesmeyer, freighter customer leader at Boeing, will join Cargo Facts Symposium 2022 for the panel discussion “777 v. A350 and the future of the large-widebody market” on Friday, Oct. 21, at 9:05 a.m. PST.

Cargo Facts Symposium, the essential event for stakeholders in the air cargo industry, returns Oct. 19-21 at the InterContinental San Diego.  

Boeing Freighter Customer Leader Brian Hermesmeyer (Photo/Boeing)

View the event agenda here. 

Since its announcement in January, Boeing’s new 777-8F has attracted interest from the likes of Qatar Airways, Lufthansa, ANA, Cargolux and Ethiopian Airlines. Meanwhile, the production 777F continues to garner orders from new and existing customers, including Atlas Air, Western Global Airlines, Maersk and, more recently, Air Canada. 

Hermesmeyer joined the Boeing Company in 1996 and leverages more than twenty years of technical and customer experience to advance the planemaker’s freighter family. He has been a leader of the Boeing 757-200SF, 747BCF and 767 freighter conversion programs. In 2010, Hermesmeyer became product marketing director for Boeing converted freighters, where he helped build the foundation for the launch of the 737-800BCF program. 

Since 1994, Cargo Facts Symposium has been the premier airfreight event of the year, and it remains a vital source of information and connection for the industry. The 2022 Symposium will once again bring together an exclusive group of aircraft lessors, service providers and operators.     

Click here for more information about the event. Click here to register. 

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