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Aerospace & Defense Industries

Mitsubishi Aircraft fights to keep suppliers at Singapore airshow

Passenger jet maker expected to announce new delivery date before Farnborough Airshow in July

Mitsubishi Aircraft wants to show its commitment to Asia through the Singapore Airshow, says Alex Bellamy, chief development officer. (Photo by Mayuko Tani)

SINGAPORE -- Mitsubishi Aircraft is exhibiting its SpaceJet passenger plane in an expanded booth at the Singapore Airshow, after fears of coronavirus contagion led to cancellations.

More than 70 companies, including Lockheed Martin, withdrew from the biennial show that was supposed to showcase 930 companies. This has given the Nagoya-based aircraft maker, an upstart in an industry dominated by global multinationals such as Boeing and Airbus, the opportunity to show its commitment to the region.

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