2020 Singapore Airshow

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Ampex Offers Low-cost Data Acquisition, Storage Option

The Ampex Data Systems Common Architecture Recorder weights two pounds, has a volume of 62 cubic inches, and can store two terabytes of data.

US Bangla Adds a Pair of ATR 72-600s via Avation Lease

ATR sold two more ATR 72-600s at the Singapore Airshow, in a conversion of purchase rights by lessor Avation.

Bombardier Quits Commercial Aviation as Airbus Takes Control of A220

Bombardier has sold its remaining stake in the A220 airliner program, with Airbus and the government of Quebec now having full ownership.
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Ruag and Airbus Confirm Supply Deal for A320

From three facilities in Europe, Ruag makes 60 fuselage sections per month for Airbus.
Maintenance and Modifications

Sustaining Military Aircraft in Southeast Asia

Customers in tropical environments require different care to keep their aircraft flying, and Boeing is working to accommodate them.

For Boeing's Mounir, Virus’s Effect on Airlines More Concerning than Supply Chain Impact

Despite trade wars and the coronavirus crisis, the Boeing Commercial Airplanes v-p for sales sees pent-up demand in China rather than supply “overhang.”

3D Printing Provides Part for Pratt & Whitney Engine

Three companies collaborated to create a 3D-printed aero engine part for a Pratt & Whitney turbine engine.
Maintenance and Modifications

$500 Million Investments Announced for Singapore's Aerospace Sector

Singapore real estate group JTC signed deal worth $500 million at the Singapore Air Show.
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Training and Workforce

Singapore’s Upgraded Chinook Sim Goes Live

The Boeing CH-47D is an important element of the RSAF’s inventory. A recent upgrade to the simulator is now providing enhanced training.
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