The Boeing Company will showcase a broad range of commercial and defense products and services at the Singapore Airshow 2014, which runs Feb. 11-16 at the Changi Exhibition Centre.
Boeing defense products scheduled to be at the show include the Republic of Singapore Air Force's (RSAF) F-15SG fighter, AH-64 Apache and CH-47 Chinook helicopters, a US Marine Corps MV-22 Osprey, a U.S Air Force C-17 Globemaster III military transport aircraft and a US Navy P-8A Poseidon, the most advanced anti-submarine and anti-surface warfare aircraft in the world. In addition, the ScanEagle unmanned aerial system will be on display, as well as a Boeing AH-6i light attack helicopter. The Royal Australian Air Force's F/A18F Super Hornet also will participate in the flying display.
Static displays featuring Boeing commercial aircraft will include Qatar Airways' 787 Dreamliner and SilkAir's first and newly delivered Next-Generation 737-800.
"Boeing has the right mix of market-leading products and services to support the strong growth in commercial aviation and defense procurement in this part of the world," said Skip Boyce, president, Boeing Southeast Asia. "As the global aerospace community comes together for the Singapore Airshow, Boeing sees this as a great platform to talk about our company plans and the focus on expanding our international foothold in Asia-Pacific."
Boeing Co. won a $22 million contract from the US Department of Defense for supplies and services to support follow-on test and evaluation of the F/-18 E/F and EA-18G aircraft
Boeing has been awarded a $51 million modification contract for the integration of Honeycomb structure and ARC-210 RT 1990 Gen 5 radios on the Royal Saudi Air Forces F-15SA aircraft. Work will be completed by Feb
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
The Bell-Boeing V-22 Osprey is making its debut at the Singapore air show 2014 for the very first time. Two squadrons of the V-22 are currently deployed with US Marine Corps in-country, following the initial deployment of the said aircraft at Japan base in 2012
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) today unveiled its new Super Heron heavy fuel Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) at the Singapore Air Show 2014. Mr
SIBAT, the International Defense Cooperation Division of the Israel Ministry of Defense (IMOD), will be presenting various domestic companies at the Israel National Pavilion at the Singapore Air Show 2014. "Israel considers Asia as a significant market and views expanded cooperation in the region as very important
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