The phased development of Singapore's Seletar Aerospace Park is expected to take about eight years, and cost in the region of $40 million for the first phases. The park will support a new integrated aerospace industry cluster incorporating aerospace MRO; design and manufacturing of aircraft systems and components; business and general aviation activities; and an aviation campus for the training of pilots, aviation professionals, and technical personnel. The Singapore government will develop ...

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