CST-100 Starliner graphics at Kennedy Space Center

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By Paul Michaels | Sep 11, 2015

Thanks to our large format graphic capabilities, GMN Aerospace has provided many aerospace customers with custom graphics. Our latest large format graphic delivery is one of the most exciting yet! Earlier this month we delivered and installed graphics of the Boeing CST-100 Starliner, Boeing’s new spaceship, to the Kennedy Space Center facility where the aircraft will be made.

Before September 4th, Boeing’s commercial human-rated spaceship was just known as the CST-100. Officials from Boeing announced the name in a ceremony at the Kennedy Space Center, and unveiled the facility and its graphics featuring a picture of the CST-100 Starliner. Once complete, the CST-100 will be used to transport astronauts to and from the International Space Station. The Boeing Company posted a time-lapse video of the graphics installation.

Through the years we’ve produced a number of exciting aircraft graphics, although this graphic really stands out from the rest. We are excited to be a part of Boeing’s work in aircrafts here and in space!