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Chile will begin manufacturing airplanes again. In the ENAER workshops they are already working on the design of the new "Pillán", which will have cutting-edge technology and will be exported to other countries.

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Under Direct Interadministrative Contracting No. 38-0176-CDI22, the Argentine Navy and the INVAP company agreed to the construction of a naval air and surface surveillance radar, based on active electronic vertical scanning (AESA) technology, to increase and improve the operational capacity of the MEKO class surface units that currently make up the fleet of the Argentine Navy. The development of the pre-series radar will require an investment of U$D 14,345,000 dollars (fourteen million three hundred and forty-five thousand).
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This is the airborne POD for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions that would be intended for the IA-58 Fenix but also because the pod is interchangeable it could be used on other aircraft.
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The pod will have a set of systems such as an active antenna with AESA or active electronic scanning capability and EO/IR or elect optical and infrared sensors.
The ISR capacity of this pod will make the Puca in its "Fénix" model an aircraft capable of patrolling symmetrical confrontations against radars, communications equipment or anti-aircraft installations.
It will also have a broadband data link to transmit the information obtained in real time to a control center.
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And well people, it seems that the phoenix is very well on its way, perhaps from our ignorance it would seem like lax times, it is good to know that every day stages are being overcome and we are getting closer to fully certifying this aircraft and being able to extend these systems to several cells. further.

 

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Discover the brazilian TR 5000 N project, an aviation jet engine developed by ITA and IAE in partnership with TGM Aeroespacial and supported by FINEP.
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Latin America as a whole is the 4th most advanced area in terms of aeronautical technology after US, Europe, and Russia.
In civil Aviation Brazil has the 3rd largest civil aviation industry in the world, and in latin america there is a substantial civil aviation Industry.

But In military terms the rank is different, I guess is USA, Europe/Russia, China/India/South korea/Japan

I mean in military terms Asia has a lot of Industry.

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india has LCA

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you manufacture Su-30MKI and manufactured MiG-21 and MiG-27
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and Ajeet
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Latin america also has not very powerful engines, Brazil has low thrust engines just for missiles and UAVs, Mexico only produces jet engine parts, we do not build a whole engine by our own.

Argentina builds light weigh Helicopters and Colombia small cessna type aircraft

this cute is also Indian
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and these are also good examples of your abilities India has an importan aerospace Industry
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i mean There is in Asia a very large aircraft industry, and India has a good one
 
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In today's video we will talk about the Volitan project, which is the development of an ecranoplan aimed at river operations in the Amazon environment.
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Discover the FT-200 FH, the Brazilian Helicopter UAV developed by the national company FT Sistemas.
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The Brazilian Navy is carrying out tests with the V-Bat 128 remotely piloted vertical takeoff and landing aircraft
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Made in Brazil - Moya, the latest generation Brazilian drone.
In today's video we will talk about the Moya eVTOl, a revolutionary state-of-the-art drone, which is under development by the Brazilian company.

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MXP-650 – “AMIGO-S” colombia made aircraft designed by AEROTEC S.A

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A exported one in South Korea

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MXP-800 “FANTASY” by AeroAndina brand from Colombia


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MXP-650 – “AMIGO-S” colombia made aircraft designed by AEROTEC S.A

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Takeoff of the AeroAndina MXP 1000 Tayrona (EC-TAXI) two-seat aircraft from Sabadell Airport in March 2013 In Colombia

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MXP 740 Calima Aeroandina take off in Italy
 
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– Firm deal is for 10 E190-E2 and 10 E195-E2 new aircraft
– Deliveries start 2Q25

Mexicana de Aviación, Mexico’s state-owned carrier, has ordered 20 Embraer (NYSE: ERJ; B3: EMBR3) E2 aircraft. The deal is for 10 E190-E2 and 10 E195-E2 jets. Deliveries will begin in 2Q25. Mexicana will configure the E190-E2 with 108 seats, and the E195-E2 with 132 seats – both in a single class layout.


Mexicana will be the first E2 operator in Mexico, benefitting from the E2’s low operating costs and fuel efficiency, highlighting Mexicana and Embraer’s commitment to sustainability, and improving the efficiency of aviation.

With this strategic decision the Mexican state airline will grow and modernize its fleet, strengthening domestic and international connectivity to offer affordable and comfortable air travel, with the highest standards of safety and service.
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Priscilla Doro Solymossy, VP Sales and Marketing, Head of Latin America and the Caribbean, Embraer Commercial Aviation, said, “We welcome Mexicana to the E2 family, the first E2 operator in Mexico. Seeing the success and rapid growth Mexicana has achieved since it restarted operations in December 2023 has been remarkable. The airline is already flying to 18 destinations, and has transported more than 115,000 passengers, accumulating more than 3,280 flight hours in this short period, reflecting Mexicana’s commitment to operational excellence and customer service.”
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Ingenieria global experimental light aircraft from Argentina.
Construction of Experimental Aircraft in Córdoba, Argentina .

👉 We visited the Coronel Olmedo Aerodrome to talk with:
▪ Juan Iglesias, Experimental aircraft builder
▪Juan Peralta, Engineer and owner of an experimental aircraft
▪ Claudio Hidalgo, Mechanical Engineer and Airplane Pilot.
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The arrangement of the spray system, ahead of the propeller of this ALS, and the configuration of the aircraft reduce the formation of vortices in the application pattern, while the type and arrangement of the nozzles ensures uniformity of the discharge. This is the Aero Agro AA-100 from Fumicaña Ltda, an aircraft built and designed in Colombia that allows precise fumigations at ultra-low discharge volume.
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Ultralight aircraft with Colombian technology
Colombian engineers and mechanics built the Aeroagro AA100, an ultralight and highly precise aircraft that facilitates crop spraying. It also reduces the environmental impact.
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Colombia flies high in the manufacturing and certification of agricultural aircraft to spray crops
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In this electrifying video, we unveil the revolutionary Embraer C390, the latest aircraft set to disrupt and dominate the aviation industry! ✈ Embraer has once again pushed the boundaries of innovation with their new C390, an aircraft that combines cutting-edge technology, unparalleled performance, and exceptional versatility. This powerhouse is poised to redefine standards and leave competitors in the dust
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y Gabriel Araujo

SAO JOSE DOS CAMPOS, Brazil (Reuters) -Brazilian planemaker Embraer sees itself as a "great solution" for carriers to add capacity more quickly amid constraints to 'big' narrowbody deliveries in the industry, Chief Executive Francisco Gomes Neto said on Tuesday.

The company has seen increased demand for its commercial jets and is actively working on several sales campaigns it hopes to conclude in coming months, Gomes Neto told reporters at an event at the firm's headquarters.


Embraer has production slots available from 2026, meaning it can deliver on new jet sales before larger rivals Boeing and Airbus, the latter having sold out its production of single-aisle jets until the end of the decade.

The Brazilian firm is gearing up for the Farnborough Airshow next month, when planemakers often announce major orders. Gomes Neto said Embraer hopes this year's event will be "the best show ever" for the company.

"We have a positive sales momentum in different business units," the executive said. "Starting with the commercial jets, we have seen increased demand for our E-Jets, either the E175-E1 or the E2 family."

Embraer this month bagged an order for 20 E2 jets from Mexicana de Aviacion, opening a new market for its second-generation jets, following a major order from American Airlines in March for 90 smaller, first generation E175.

Embraer's traditional regional market, where it competes with its E2 family for 90 to 120 passengers, fits just below the Boeing and Airbus's best-selling 150-seat-plus market.

Gomes Neto reiterated that even though Embraer understands it has the capability to make larger aircraft, at this point there are no concrete plans to move in a different direction from its regional niche.

"We are always making studies about opportunities, not only in commercial but in other business unites as well, but at this point of time we don't have concrete plans," the executive said. "We are really focused on selling the products we have."

(Reporting by Gabriel Araujo; Editing by Kirsten Donovan)
 

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