Korea Aerospace Industries will focus on Asia and Latin America for sales of its KT-1 trainer and light attack aircraft, judging that insurgencies make those regions the strongest markets for such aircraft. The manufacturer aims to sell 200 of the turboprop aircraft by 2015, says a company executive. Following the win over Embraer’s EMB-314 Super Tucano in Turkey last summer, further success for the KT-1 will depend on getting export licenses for components of Western origin for ...

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