State-owned airframer Indonesian Aerospace (IAe) is hoping to obtain funding to build the composite Dornier Seastar seaplane. “The problem is there has only ever been a prototype built of the Seastar and no production. But to start production we need to have a new factory. We are trying to find the investment money for the composite parts factory,” says a company source with knowledge of the program. According to the source, IAe is hoping the Indonesian or German government will ...

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