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Japan’s new regional jet has been set back a fourth time with some major reworking and a six-month longer flight test period planned.
AIN spoke to Andrew Herdman, director general of the Asia Pacific Airlines Association, ahead of the Singapore Airshow.
UK engine-maker teams with Malaysia
GE Aviation Celebrates 35 Years in Singapore
The Russian government is supporting plans to launch a new Il-96-400M widebody and resume production of an improved Il-114 twin turboprop.
India’s aviation policy still has issues
Aircraft with satellite links and WiFi in the cabin, allowing passengers to connect their own devices, is quickly spreading.
The turboprop manufacturer’s new Beijing sales office is hoped to unlock the Chinese market
European airframer delivered a record 635 aircraft last year
With the UK engine maker assembling Trent engines in Singapore it makes sense that for services too, the country is key for Rolls.