The recently concluded Singapore Airshow 2014 was indeed the region’s biggest, leading and prestigious airshow thanks to the island nation’s industrial support as well as position as the region’s important aviation and aerospace hub. 177 more words
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A “Made in Singapore” prototype of a space plane, which can take travellers to the edge of space 100km above earth, will take off for its maiden test flights in May. 176 more words
AirAsia has selected a comprehensive suite of Rockwell Collins communication, navigation and surveillance systems, including MultiScan ThreatTrack™ weather radar and GLU-925 Multi-Mode Receiver (MMR), for 36 new Airbus A320s. 212 more words
Competition between various attack helicopter platform vying to fill in Malaysia’s requirement seems to be heated up ironically during the recently concluded Singapore Airshow.
While the US is offering the Bell AH-1Z Super Cobra (also known as the Zulu Cobra), the French is offering the Malaysian, its Eurocopter EC665 Tiger HAP. 198 more words
Although the first flyable prototype of IAe N219 truboprop aircraft is yet make any first flight any time sooner, the aircraft, locally made and design by ASEAN’s leading aircraft manufacturer has already succeeded to garnered more interest which would eventually being realised into firm orders. 92 more words
ST Aerospace, the world’s leading maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) company, highlights its integrated solutions for C-130 Hercules at Singapore Airshow 2014. As an approved Lockheed Martin Hercules servicing centre coupled with an in-house engineering and development centre, ST Aerospace is the premier one stop centre for the C-130 Hercules aircraft. 347 more words