Singapore 2018: Thales working on Malaysian ATC upgrade
The Kota Kinabalu Flight Information Region is being modernised with Thales systems.
Singapore 2018: AFI KLM E&M, Sabena technics inaugurate JV
The Joint venture – called Singapore Component Solutions – is one of the first multi-product multi-fleet MROs to set up a component aircraft repair shop in Singapore.
Singapore 2018 : Rolls-Royce, THAI sign testbed agreement
The UK engine-maker will use THAI’s testbed at Don Mueang Airport to support its Trent XWB engine programme.
Singapore 2018: CFM reports $46bn in engine orders in 2017
CFM International says it booked orders for a total of 3,344 engines in 2017 — 474 CFM56 engines and 2,870 LEAP engines — valued at more than $46bn at list price.
Singapore 2018: Airbus picks Thales for Asia-Pacific MRO
Thales will be Airbus’ subcontractor for MRO across Asia-Pacific for repair of all avionics components on Airbus single-aisle, long-range and A350 aircraft for seven years.
Singapore 2018: Seletar Airport set for turboprop move
Singapore's Seletar Airport is set to welcome scheduled turboprop flights, which will be relocated from Changi at the end of the year. The move will be good news for ATR 72 operators Firefly and Malindo Air.
Singapore 2018: Rolls-Royce launches IntelligentEngine
Rolls-Royce has launched the “IntelligentEngine”, a vision for designing, testing, and maintaining increasingly connected engines in the digital realm.
Singapore 2018: AFI KLM E&M to develop STC for Orolia ELT
Orolia and AFI KLM E&M have begun work to develop a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for the A320 family of aircraft to retrofit the GADSS-compliant Kannad ELT-DT as part of the European Commission's H2020 HELIOS project.
Singapore Airshow 2018>05/02/2018
Air-to-ground weapons: Europe prepares next generation
Extensive operational feedback is helping the French Air Force to define its requirements concerning upgrades to the Rafale's air-to-ground weapons. Industry has already come up with some innovative solutions.
Singapore Airshow 2018>04/02/2018
ST Engineering to showcase smart MRO, drones
ST Engineering will have one of the largest displays at Singapore Airshow 2018, with a 2,000m2 pavilion organised into three clusters – Aviation, Defence and Smart City.
Singapore 2018: Fighting for a piece of the MRO pie
To meet growing demand from Asian carriers, the leading players in the maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) sector, such as AFI KLM E&M, Sabena Technics and Airbus, are continuing to cover the market through subsidiaries and partnerships. Revima Gr
Singapore Airshow 2018>02/02/2018
Singapore 2018: Simmering tensions in South China Sea
As Singapore Airshow 2018 gets under way, we look at the situation in the South China Sea, where conflicting territorial claims have long been a source of tension, particularly between China and its neighbours, who view Chinese expansionism as a thre
Singapore 2018: Maritime surveillance in the limelight
In Southeast Asia, geographical constraints and political tensions have combined to create a growing market for maritime surveillance aircraft. Multiple platforms are being proposed to meet this requirement.
Singapore 2018: French suppliers target Asia
Around 20 small and medium-sized French suppliers are exhibiting at the Singapore Airshow under the umbrella of GIFAS, the French aerospace industries association.
Singapore 2018: Aquarese targets Southeast Asia
The French SME, now a subsidiary of U.S. group Shape Technologies, is exhibiting at the Singapore Airshow for the second time as it seeks to ramp up business in the region.
Singapore 2018: Orolia presents next-generation distress beacon
The French supplier is unveiling its new emergency locator transmitter (ELT) at the Singapore Airshow, where it will also be seeking to consolidate its presence in the defence sector.
Singapore 2018: Axon' Cable opens local subsidiary
The group hopes to reinforce its position on satellites in Asia, and the share of sales from the Asian region, thanks to its know-how in lightweight power distribution systems. Special efforts are being made to attract new recruits for the group's ex
Singapore 2018: Socomore consolidates Asian operations
Brittany-based Socomore has been present in China for around 15 years and is banking on strong growth in Asia to boost its export business in coming years. It is bolstering its presence in China through its involvement in a new facility that is due t
Singapore 2018: Jacques Dubois pursues growth ambitions
The Normandy-based SME is looking for new openings in Asia through a local network of distributors. It is also ready to respond to its clients' concerns regarding critical size.
Singapore 2018: Cefival on the hunt for new customers
For its first appearance at the Singapore Airshow, the company — a specialist in steel and titanium extruded profiles — is looking to finalise discussions with Rolls-Royce and United Technologies, both of which operate facilities in Singapore.
Singapore Airshow 2018>31/01/2018
Singapore Airshow special preview issue
See our special preview on the occasion of Singapore Airshow 2018.
Alsim to demo AL250 simulator
French flight training specialist Alsim is offering demonstration flights on its AL250 flight simulator at the Singapore Airshow.
Singapore Airshow 2018>29/01/2018
IAI to highlight defence capabilities in Singapore
Systems on display will include a new towed self-defence pod and a remote operations capability for the Heron UAV.
Singapore Airshow 2018>26/01/2018
Airbus to showcase A350-1000, A400M, innovations
Alongside the A350-1000 and A400M in the static display, Airbus will be focusing on innovations in the MRO sector and in drones.
Singapore Airshow 2018>19/01/2018
BIRD Aerosystems to demo maritime surveillance solution
Israel's BIRD Aerosystems will be presenting a new maritime surveillance solution for the first time in the Asia-Pacific region.
Singapore Airshow 2018>19/01/2018
Boeing plans strong presence in Singapore
Boeing is highlighting a full range of products at this year's Singapore Airshow, which will also see the debut participation of Boeing Global Services.
Euro-Chinese SMILE mission moves forward
The European Space Agency (ESA) has awarded design study contracts for the payload module on the Chinese-European SMILE programme to investigate the interaction between the magnetosphere and the solar wind.
Boeing , ArianeGroup announce ion propulsion agreement
Boeing has signed a strategic agreement with the Orbital Propulsion unit of ArianeGroup covering joint development of a new generation of ion propulsion systems for satellites.