Rosoboronexport is displaying the latest Russian-made air force and air defence equipment at the ongoing Dubai Airshow 2017. The Russian exhibition pavilion at the show is 700 square meters and features participation from Rostec and Rosoboronexport and eight leading Russian manufacturers of weapons and military equipment.
Boeing has left no stone unturned for a large presence at the ongoing Dubai Airshow and on display are some of the airframer’s newest jetliners such as the 787-10 Dreamliner, flydubai’s 737 MAX (on display for the first time) and Emirates’ 777-300ER (Extended Range), in addition to the AH-64 Apache, and CH-47 Chinook helicopters and F-15 multi-role fighter from its defence portfolio.
Antonov’s An-132D is making at its maiden appearance at the Dubai Airshow. The Saudi Arabia-backed An-132D multipurpose turboprop transport was first rolled out by Antonovin December 2016.
Pakistan is soon expected to get the first T129 ATAK helicopter made by the Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI), a senior company official tells Asian Defence Technology.
Thailand is expected to order two to four more T-50 jet trainers from Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI), apart from the 12 aircraft already ordered, an official of the aircraft maker tells Daily News on the sidelines of D&S 2017 in Bangkok, Thailand.