Friday, February 5, 2010

Singapore Aborts Flight Show After Safety Breached by T-50 Golden Eagle jet

Singapore aborted a flight display at its international airshow on Thursday after a South Korean pilot steered his jet too close to spectators, witnesses and the show organiser said.An aerial display, which was supposed to last for eight minutes, was shortened to less than half that after the error by the T-50 Golden Eagle jet, owned by the Korean Aerospace Industries."The T-50 Golden Eagle's flight this afternoon was observed to have infringed the safety boundaries and the pilot was instructed to terminate his flying display as a precaution," Singapore Airshow's Marilyn Ho said in an email to Reuters.....................Reuters


That's why the M346 is a far safer and more cost-effective option for Singapore's Air Force.

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