Thales will be exhibiting broad range of products at Singapore Air show 2014, taking place from 11th to the 16th of February.
Thales will be showcasing its capabilities in a number of areas including Airport Security, Air Traffic Management, Advanced Air Defence, In-Flight Entertainment & Connectivity, Avionics Support Services, Onboard/Ground Communications, Navigation and Identification (CNI) solutions and Optronics.
Also part of the portfolio are all types of TACAN beacons including ones for infrastructure, surface ship, tactical, manpack portable. Thales also provides Identification Friend or Foe interrogators and combined interrogator transponders such as V/SHORADs, MERADs, LORADs.
India is likely to buy 15 CH-47F Chinook transport and 22 AH-64E Apache attack helicopters before the end of the year, the Boeing officials were quoted as saying by Shephard. "We expect that the contract award for the Chinook will come in the first half of the year, and the award for the Apache in the second half of the year," Leanne Caret, Boeings VP and GM of vertical-lift, were cited saying at the Singapore Airshow 2014
Hawker Pacific and Bell Helicopter signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the intent to enter into future purchase agreements for various Bell helicopter models based on anticipated market growth. The multi-aircraft, multi-year agreement was signed by Hawker Pacific CEO, Alan Smith and Bell Helicopter President and CEO, John Garrison at Bell Helicopters Chalet at the 2014 Singapore Airshow
Thales revealed their annual result for the year 2013, stating the order intake has increased about 7% from the previous year totally valued $14.17 billion
Thales has won a contract to supply six SMART-S Mk2 naval surveillance radar systems and six CAPTAS-2 towed sonar systems for the Royal Malaysian Navys Second Generation Patrol Vessel (SGPV) Littoral Combat Ships (LCS). The six SMART-S Mk2 radars will be installed on the Malaysian Littoral Combat Ships that are currently being built by Boustead Naval Shipyard Sdn Bhd in Malaysia
Thales has won a contract from DCNS to supply its latest-generation IFF identification systems for the French Navy's Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier and the two French Horizon-class frigates. The installation of these new systems, part of Thales's BlueGate product family, will overcome the limitations of the systems currently in service and provide the vessels with an effective Mode 5 / Mode S capability
AgustaWestland has won three contracts worth a total €130 million from North and Southeast Asian customers for the supply of 13 helicopters for both government and commercial roles, announced during the Singapore Air Show 2014. In particular, Weststar Aviation Services of Malaysia signed a contract for ten AW139 helicopters for offshore missions, bringing the total number of AW139s that will be operated by it to 34
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