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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.
Boeing and Saab are well advanced in the development of the T-7A for the U.S. Air Force and are receiving interest from potential export customers.
The Boeing CH-47D is an important element of the RSAF’s inventory. A recent upgrade to the simulator is now providing enhanced training.
The Pentagon decided not to completely retire the A-10, B-1, KC-10, and U-2 after all.
Steadicopter and UVision are at Singapore looking to make inroads in the Asia-Pacific market.