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China’s expanding DEA General Aviation debuts at LIMA 17

China’s expanding DEA General Aviation debuts at LIMA 17

DEA General Aviation China makes its debut in Asia Pacific at LIMA’17 this week with a newly ratified collaborative agreement with Malaysia’s Alaf Strategi to develop Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for the commercial market. To underline the collaboration the two companies are sharing a booth at the Langkawi Show (21st to 25th March).  Stand No HA173…. Read more »

Source: DEA General Aviation, 23-Mar-17

Malaysian Navy and Airbus celebrate excellence in fleet availability

Malaysian Navy and Airbus celebrate excellence in fleet availability

Airbus Helicopters and the Royal Malaysian Navy held a ceremony at the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA), to celebrate the excellent fleet availability record of the AS555 SN Fennec fleet. Attended by Panglima Pemerintahan Armada from the Royal Malaysian Navy, Laksamana Madya Dato’ Seri Panglima Mohamad Roslan bin Mohamad Ramli, Panglima Udara TLDM,… Read more »

Source: Airbus Helicopters, 22-Mar-17

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Leonardo attends Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace in Malaysia

Leonardo attends Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace in Malaysia

Leonardo attends the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace (LIMA) 2017 in Malaysia as a stronger regional player in aerospace, defense and security solutions. Guests at Leonardo’s chalet and static area (no. PC02) and its stand (HD78) will be able to find out about Leonardo’s aircraft, helicopters and naval and airborne systems. The company’s ATR 72MP,… Read more »

Source: Leonardo, 22-Mar-17

New heilcopter operation starts in Langkawi

New heilcopter operation starts in Langkawi

Tourists to Langkawi can now enjoy a helicopter ride to several destinations on mainland Kedah.  Kedah Tourism Malaysia director Roslan Othman said the ride will take tourists to Alor Setar, Gunung Jerai and Kulim.

Source: Bernama, 05-Jul-10