News November 2020
1. Asian Aerospace Services has assembled and handed a new state-of-the art DA40NG FSTD (Cockpit Level-6) flight simulator to Royal Thai Airforce.
2. Asian Aerospace Services has assembled and handed over eight (8) brand new DA40NG to Royal Thai Air Force Flight Training School.
The Royal Thai Air Force is operating already a big fleet of DA42 aircraft as training and special mission aircraft and the implementation of DA40NG into RTAF training concept is the result of the success of the long term DA42 operation and a continuous long-term local support of AAS.
The DA40NG with its AE300 engine is perfectly fitting into the Royal Thai Airforce Training concept and will also lower the operating costs considerably versus AVGAS equipped engines.
Besides, the young Cadets and upcoming air force pilots are learning from the beginning to fly with FADEC controlled engines and Glass Cockpit.
3. Asian Aerospace Services together with Diamond Aircraft Headquarter in Austria have signed a new contract for additional training aircraft and simulators.
4. Asian Aerospace Services (AAS) together with Diamond Aircraft Headquarter in Austria have signed a new contract for a fleet of new special mission aircraft DA42NMPP equipped with leading edge LIDAR and Camera systems from Riegl and IGI combined with other state-of-the art Modular Sensor applications.
The Royal Thai Airforce is successfully operating DA42 special mission aircraft since more than ten years and with our continuous local support over more than a decade the DA42 concept has proven its great and unrivalled efficiency, reliability, performance and lowest operating costs. The increase of DA42MPP Aircraft equipped with latest technology is a an important enhancement in the reconnaissance and surveillance capabilities of RTAF.