Bandung: PT Dirgantara Indonesia will complete seven aircraft for maritime patrols by 2011. The aircraft include four CN-235s for South Korea and three for the Indonesian Navy. Investment amounts to US$94.5 million.

Rakhendi Triyatna, Dirgantara’s spokesperson said Dirgantara is seeing a possibility of building similar aircraft for Asian countries such as Thailand.

South Korea has used six military and two VIP aircraft made by PT Dirgantara Indonesia. ALWAN RIDHA RAMDANI TEMPO Interactive, Friday, 20 March, 2009 | 12:31 WIB

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