Singapore Air Show 2006

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With RSAF’s F-16s, form follows function

The Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) is showing its top-of-the-line F-16D Block 52+ fighter for the first time at Asian Aerospace, in the static park

BAE Hawk begins 6-week regional tour

The arrival on Sunday of the BAE Systems Hawk New Demonstrator Aircraft (HNDA) marks the debut of the Advanced Jet Trainer (AJT) anywhere in Asia and the s

Dubai backing $15 billion aero service industry

Continuing to reduce its reliance on oil exports through diversification, Dubai is backing a $15 billion plan to establish an aviation manufacturing and se

Indian airline signs order for 43 Airbus A319, A320, A321 jets

In a deal three years in the making, the state-run airline Indian (formerly Indian Airlines) yesterday signed a firm order for 43 Airbus A320-family jets,

Falcon redesigns 7X to give it longer legs

Dassault is working on a significant performance improvement for its Falcon 7X business jet, currently in flight tests.

Airbus A380 continues ‘wow’ tour in SIA colors

Exactly 300 days into a 2,500-hour flight-test program, the Airbus A380 very-large airliner (VLA) is here at Asian Aerospace 2006 as the European manufactu

Will industry back annual Asian airshow?

The world’s aerospace industry is now having to decide whether to follow the Asian Aerospace show brand up to Hong Kong or whether to stay loyal to Singapo

KAI agrees to build Bell 429 airframes

Under a memorandum of agreement (MoA) between Bell Helicopter and Korean Aerospace Industries (KAI) signed yesterday, the latter is to begin production of

Airbus Services Gulf

Airbus has established a new venture in Dubai to oversee its commercial activities in countries covered by the Gulf Co-operation Council countries plus Afg

Kingfisher adds another 15 ATR 72-500s to fleet

India’s Kingfisher Airlines exercised options on another 15 ATR 72-500s yesterday during French President Jacques Chirac’s official visit to the subcontine