Deceased Demonstrator D-Day Drone

By Paul Jackson Feb 12, 2020
Its flying days at an end, the no-longer-grim General Atomics MQ-9 Reaper, serial number 00-003, has been retired to act as a static exhibit for 432nd Wing of the U.S. Air Force at Creech AFB, Nevada – and it is performing that very role this week in the Changi aircraft park, carrying the badges of the 17th, 18th, 20th and 22nd Attack Squadrons.  
Singapore Airshow

Rider On the Storm: Our Man Flies Alsim’s Sim

Mark Wagner Feb 12, 2020
It’s rare for an airshow to offer a chance to get into the cockpit and fly – so when we saw that Alsim had brought their AL172 simulator to Singapore, we sent along our resident flying instructor to put the device through its paces.
Business Aviation

AeroVironment Seeks Partnerships to Diversify

By Steve Trimble Feb 12, 2020
AeroVironment’s UAS lineup includes the new Puma LE and the recently acquired all-electric Vapor helicopter. But the company’s internal focus is expanding as the market shifts.
Singapore Airshow

Singapore Airshow: Strong Support From Aerospace Industry

Feb 12, 2020
“The strong show of support among some of the world’s top global aerospace and defense companies is a testimony of the importance and relevance of the Singapore Airshow.”  
Singapore Airshow

Adaptable Payload Spaces Appear in Boeing ATS

By Bradley Perrett Feb 12, 2020
An official photograph of the first major assembly for the Boeing Airpower Teaming System (ATS) drone indicates adaptable payload spaces in an airframe of composite skin over metal substructure.
Singapore Airshow

Singapore Links With Airbus On UAM

By Guy Norris Feb 12, 2020
The prospects of urban air mobility flights in Singapore took a key step forward with the signing of an agreement between Airbus and the island state’s Civil Aviation Authority to improve regional connectivity.
Singapore Airshow

Ready, Fire, Aim: PACAF Chief Emphasizes Hypersonics

By Steve Trimble Feb 12, 2020
As the U.S. Defense Department accelerates hypersonic weapons fielding, the air force’s top commander in the Pacific region emphasizes that the missile isn’t the only technology required to realize an operational capability to strike targets at speeds faster than Mach 5.
Singapore Airshow

Boeing: “A Lot Of Pent-Up Demand” In China Widebody Market

By Jens Flottau Feb 12, 2020
SINGAPORE - Boeing is hopeful to get back into business with Chinese airlines as soon as the trade tension has abated. Also, the impact of the Corvid…
singapore

DeGroff Brings New PitotShield to Singapore

By Angus Batey Feb 12, 2020
Aviation is an activity in which the tiniest error can produce deadly consequences. As fastidious as pilots and ground crew may be, mistakes do…
Singapore Airshow

FAA Narrows Issues on MAX Ungrounding

By Ben Goldstein Feb 12, 2020
FAA administrator Steve Dickson sounded a positive note on the Boeing 737 MAX recertification process, telling reporters at Singapore Airshow that the agency is “narrowing the issues.”
Singapore Airshow

Two New Dassault Falcons Take Shape

Paul Jackson Feb 12, 2020
Dassault has completed the critical design review of its next business aircraft, the long-range, widebody Falcon 6X twinjet, and is closing in on the preliminary design of the advanced low-noise follow-on.
Singapore Airshow

USA Pavilion Sees Strong Showing From SMEs

By Angus Batey Feb 12, 2020
As with all aspects of Singapore Airshow 2020, the USA Partnership Pavilion has been affected by concerns over the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Singapore Airshow

Work On Composite Fan Blades For Rolls UltraFan Demonstrator Begins

By Guy Norris Feb 11, 2020
Production of the composite blade set for Rolls-Royce’s UltraFan future large civil engine family demonstrator is getting underway at the company’s Bristol facility, representing the official start of parts manufacturing for the first test engine.
Singapore Airshow

Skylock Features System To Locate, Detect And Neurtralize Drones

Feb 11, 2020
Skylock, an anti-drone industry leader that provides solutions for governments, critical infrastructures and homeland security organizations, is featuring its Dronelock system for locating, detecting and neutralizing drones at Singapore Airshow 2020. 
Singapore Airshow

N219 Makes Do With a Model

Feb 11, 2020
It was originally listed for static exhibition at Asian Aerospace, but the new N219 turboprop light transport will only be seen as a model on the PT…
Singapore Airshow

Indonesia Launches an Indigenous UAV

Feb 11, 2020
Only revealed by PT Dirgantara Indonesia on Dec. 30 is the Elang Hitam (Black Eagle) medium-altitude long-endurance (MALE) UAV, which is offered for…
Singapore Airshow

Global Eye on Track for UAE Handover

Feb 11, 2020
With all company-imposed test-points achieved, Saab is moving confidently toward the customer acceptance testing phase by the United Arab Emirates of…
Singapore Airshow

Turkish Aerospace Plans Next Rotorcraft

Feb 11, 2020
Although no detailed design work has yet been undertaken, Turkish Aerospace (TA) is showing two planned tactical helicopters at the Singapore Airshow…
Singapore Airshow

Thailand’s First Armed Drone

Feb 11, 2020
Dwarfed by the two Thai F-5THs in the static park, the U1-M unmanned air vehicle shares with them the official RTAF inauguration date of Nov.14…
Singapore Airshow

Singapore Airshow: Rise Of Dreamliner’s Second Life

By Chen Chuanren Feb 11, 2020
With the first Boeing 787-8 expected to return from lease soon, Boeing is forecasting an influx of refurbishment orders as the aircraft enters its second life. 
Singapore Airshow

Airbus Unveils Blended Wing Body Demonstrator

By Guy Norris Feb 11, 2020
As it becomes clearer that disruptive new airliner configurations will be one of the few ways of meeting the reduced emissions targets of the future, Airbus has revealed it is flight-testing a scaled blended wing body (BWB) technology demonstrator.
Air Transport

Boeing-Led Team Completes First ATS Major Assembly

By Steve Trimble Feb 11, 2020
An Australian team led by Boeing has completed the first major assembly for the Airpower Teaming System (ATS) drone the company is developing with the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF).
Singapore Airshow

Euramec Returns to Happy Singapore Hunting Ground

By Angus Batey Feb 11, 2020
For small companies at big shows, the investment in time, money and resources only makes sense if it helps generate new business.
Singapore Airshow

Dassault Flies with the Angels

By Paul Jackson Feb 11, 2020
It was a lackluster 2019 for Dassault Aviation’s civil business, but military orders helped balance the books.
Singapore Airshow

Astronautics Offers Tailored Upgrades

By Guy Norris Feb 11, 2020
Asia-Pacific operators have a growing appetite for customized flight deck retrofits for fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft says Astronautics Corporation of America, which announced follow-on cockpit modernizations for Lockheed Martin P-3 and L-100/C-130s at the Singapore Airshow.
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