Bradley Perrett

Bradley
Perrett
Asia-Pacific Bureau Chief,
Aviation Week & Space Technology

Bradley Perrett, based in Beijing, covers China, Japan, South Korea and Australia. He is a Mandarin-speaking Australian who has lived in China since 2004.

 

Before joining Aviation Week in 2006 he was a macroeconomics, politics and aerospace journalist with Reuters. Perrett holds a bachelor’s degree in law from Macquarie University, Sydney.

 

Articles
Aegis Ashore site in Deveselu, Romania.
Japanese Defense Budget Request Prioritizes Missile Defense 
Missile defense features prominently in the latest budget request of the Japanese defense ministry, with plans for acquiring Aegis Ashore and additional ground- and sea-based interceptors.
New Entrants For Chinese Low-Cost Aviation 
Travel agencies’ interest in copying the Spring Airlines model should promote budget aviation in China, but there are barriers to the model.
Chinese Regional Airlines Aim For Bigger Aircraft  2
Regional aviation suffers from long-standing problems in China, so operators look forward to using larger aircraft.
AIDC Relying On Engineering To Outflank Cheap Competition 
Taiwan-based aerospace manufacturer Aerospace Industrial Development Corp. (AIDC) sees its considerable engineering force as a way to sidestep competition with manufacturers in developing countries.
AIDC Relying On Engineering To Outflank Cheap Competition 
Taiwan-based aerospace manufacturer Aerospace Industrial Development Corp. (AIDC) sees its considerable engineering force as a way to sidestep competition with manufacturers in developing countries.
Taiwanese Drone Helo Maker Awaits Self-Driving Car Spin-off 
A spin-off from the push to develop self-driving cars will improve the efficiency of future drones from Taiwanese manufacturer Geosat.
Taiwanese UAV Helo Maker Awaits Self-Driving Car Spin-off  1
A spin-off from the push to develop self-driving cars will improve the efficiency of future drones from Taiwanese manufacturer Geosat.
Taiwan Defense Agency Working On Multi-Type Helo Simulator 
Taiwan’s defense technology agency, with a strong background in military simulation, is working on a system for training several crews operating a variety of helicopters at one time.
Taiwan’s SystemCom Aims At Sigint Gear Exports 
Taiwanese electromagnetic-intelligence equipment supply provider SystemCom expects to sign a memorandum of understanding with the defense ministry’s technology agency that will set the company up for future domestic and perhaps export orders.
Taiwan’s AIDC Looks For Fuselage Work, Revives Metal Focus  2
Aerospace Industrial Development Corp. has a considerable engineering force, one that has repeatedly created complete aircraft.
AIDC On Tight Schedule Developing Advanced Trainer 
In developing a jet trainer, Taiwan has begun in the middle, the defense ministry’s technology agency says.
China Express Receives Initial A320 
Regional aircraft operator China Express Airlines is about to move into the mainline business, following delivery of its first Airbus A320.
New Chinese Regional Airline Planned 
The company, Xiangyang Airlines, says it will begin operation in 2018 with two Avic MA60 turboprop airliners, and will have 30 aircraft within five years.
Cobham To Supply Weapon Ejectors For KF-X Development 
Cobham will supply weapon carriage and launch equipment for the development program of the Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) KF-X fighter.
BAE To Supply Display System For Taiwanese Trainer 
Aerospace Industrial Development Corp. has chosen BAE Systems to supply the cockpit display system for the jet trainer that the Taiwanese company launched into full-scale development in April.
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