Tag: Singapore Airshow

Embraer Projects Aircraft Demand for Asia-Pacific

Reading Time: 2 minutes Embraer Commercial Aviation released, at the Singapore Airshow, its market forecast for the Asia Pacific region. The Company estimates airlines will take delivery of 3,010 new aircraft in the segment up to 150-seats over the next 20 years, representing 29% of the worldwide demand for the segment, in the period. The total demand for the […]

Boeing 737 MAX 10 Reaches Firm Configuration

Reading Time: 2 minutes Boeing’s 737 MAX 10 has reached a major milestone as the MAX program completed firm configuration on the airplane. This means engineers now have all the design requirements in place for what will be the largest member of Boeing’s single-aisle family. Boeing announced the achievement at the Singapore Airshow. “The steps we’ve taken to reach […]

CAE Launches Its Newest Pilot Training Innovation with AirAsia

Reading Time: 1 minute CAE announces today at the 2018 Singapore Airshow the launch of its newest pilot training innovation, the CAE Rise™ training system, with its longstanding partner AirAsia. CAE Rise™ is the first commercial offering of its Next Generation Training System strategic initiatives. Backed by industry-leading technology, the CAE Rise™ training system will strengthen instructors’ ability to […]

Address Infrastructure Crisis to Secure Aviation’s Future

Reading Time: 3 minutes The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is calling for urgent attention to address infrastructure challenges in order to secure the industry’s future. “Having the infrastructure to grow is vital to our industry’s future. But in many key places, it is not being built fast enough to meet growing demand. And there are worrying trends which […]

Dornier Seawings Starts Series Production of the Seastar

Reading Time: 4 minutes Production has begun on the Seastar, announced Dornier Seawings at this year’s Singapore Airshow. The Seastar is the world’s most advanced amphibious aircraft, engineered to operate on both land and water. This versatility sets it apart from helicopters and conventional seaplanes. The Seastar combines cutting-edge technology with Dornier’s 100 years of flying-boat experience. Dornier Seawings […]

Airbus A350 XWB at Singapore Airshow 2016

Reading Time: 1 minute The A350 XWB was a major component of Airbus’ presence at the Singapore Airshow, performing high-profile flying displays throughout the biennial industry event. It offers seating capacities between 280-366 with its three passenger versions: A350-800, A350-900 and A350-1000. The rehearsal of A350 XWB was captured while preparing for the airshow. Airbus’ participation at the 2016 […]

Indonesian Flight School Places Order for 25 Cessna Skyhawks

Reading Time: 1 minute Cessna Aircraft has announced at the Singapore Airshow, that it’s landed an order from the Sekolah Tinggi Penerbangan Indonesia (STPI) flight school for 25 Cessna 172 Skyhawk aeroplanes. The manufacturer expects to begin initial deliveries later this year and continue through 2017. The STPI flight school, based in Banten Province, Indonesia, provides flight training and […]

Aviation Giants Confident in Chinese Market’s Growth Potential

Reading Time: 3 minutes Despite a slowdown in economic growth, aviation giants at the Singapore Airshow still view China as being the most promising market in the near future and beyond. Boeing and Airbus have both published their expectations for the next 20 years in the aviation industry, and see strong growth in Asia Pacific market, with China, as […]

Philippine Airlines Finally Selects Airbus

Reading Time: 2 minutes On the heels of the Singapore Airshow, Philippine Airlines (PAL) decided to order six Airbus A350-900 aircraft.  The deal is valued at $1.85 billion and the first aircraft will be delivered in 2018.   Airbus President and Chief Executive Officer Fabrice Brégier expressed pleasure at the flag carrier’s decision to go with their aircraft. He […]

Airways Aviation Opens Two New Schools in Asia-Pacific

Reading Time: 1 minute Airways Aviation will open a further two foundation schools in Asia in March 2016; one in Taiwan and one in Bangladesh, bringing the total number of its foundation schools to 16. According to the trainer, there are plans for 30 more in coming 18 months. The ATO has also recently announced that its Gold Coast-based […]