More Aid Eyed For Indonesian Aerospace To Promote N219

Credit: Indonesian National Institute of Aeronautics and Space
KUALA LUMPUR—Indonesia has pledged more funds to help state aircraft manufacturer Indonesian Aerospace, especially to make its 19-seat N219 light twin turboprop aircraft an export success. The aircraft is a further development of the CN-212 light turboprop, which the company has manufactured under...
Marhalim Abas

Marhalim Abas, based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, covers Southeast Asian defense. He has worked as a journalist specializing in Southeast Asia defense and security since 1994, initially with the New Straits Times newspaper.

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