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As the VH-92A test fleet works towards initial operational test and evaluation, Sikorsky has been contracted to build another six.
Collins Aerospace held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on its new landing gear facility in Fort Worth, as it expands its Pueblo and Spokane sites.
New trainers, transports, and a replacement for older Thai Air Force F-16s are to be purchased over the coming years, along with improved air defenses.
The major Franco-German FCAS partners have been given the green light for technology demonstrations, but Spanish industry is not yet involved.
Beriev’s latest Be-200 is painted in Navy colors, but there is some doubt as to whether the type has been ordered by the defense ministry.
Singapore’s air force chief, Major General Kelvin Khong, spoke to AIN about upcoming RSAF programs.
Customers in tropical environments require different care to keep their aircraft flying, and Boeing is working to accommodate them.
The Republic of Singapore Air Force will work with Airbus to certify automatic refueling for the A330 MRTT.
With several commercial aircraft absentees, it is military hardware that has provided the main spectacle for Singapore showgoers.