Thursday, July 25, 2024

IAI To Showcase A Host Of Defence & Aerospace Solutions At Singapore Airshow 2022

By Aritra Banerjee

Defence & Aerospace firm, Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), will exhibit at Singapore Airshow, February 15-18, 2022 (join IAI at Booth #B-N39). “As one of Asia’s most influential defence exhibitions, the Singapore Airshow will provide IAI with an opportunity to showcase its state-of-the-art technologies in the hub of the East while broadening new and existing partnerships with Asian and other global partners,” IAI said in its press release issued on the development.

“IAI will showcase a variety of its holistic Systems, emphasizing its naval and aviation capabilities. IAI will present its advanced integrated solution for aerial threats – the BARAK-LRAD and BARAK-ER Air and Missile Defense Systems. IAI will exhibit its multi-function naval radar MF-STAR alongside the surface-to-surface missile system BLUE SPEAR (5G SSM), co-developed by IAI and Singapore’s ST Engineering, marketed and sold by Proteus Advanced Systems,” the company went on to explain. 

“In addition, IAI will showcase its long-range multi-role maritime surveillance solution, the MPA (Maritime Patrol Aircraft), and unique UAS capabilities with the ThunderB VTOL, developed by IAI subsidiary BlueBird Aero Structures. Further, IAI’s advanced tactical loitering munition Mini Harpy, designed for both field and marine units, will be on display. IAI will display its industry-leading B777 Passenger-to-Freighter Conversions in the civilian sphere, among other solutions and capabilities,” IAI concluded in its media release.


The Future of the Dash 8: A Commitment to Excellence and Innovation

De Havilland Aircraft of Canada Limited (De Havilland Canada) announced at Farnborough that Widerøe Asset AS (Widerøe) of Norway has signed a purchase agreement for two DHC OEM Certified Refurbished Dash 8-400 aircraft.
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