Yes. It is possible.
Here are some natural examples:
My father said today that he is retiring in 12 years, one month, and two days.
We have our tickets for London. We are leaving on April 10, 2020 and staying for two weeks.
I am coming back here in ten years for my university class reunion. (said on graduation day)
Here are some references:
English Grammar in Use 4th edition by Murphy, unit 19, Present tenses for the future
Practical English Usage 3rd edition by Swan, section 214, future (4): present progressive
We use the present progressive for future actions and events that have some present reality. It is most common in discussion of personal arrangements and fixed plans, when the time and place have been decided.
We're travelling round Mexico next summer.