Inside Asia's biggest airshow

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 Airbus A350
An Airbus A350 XWB aircraft, operated by Qatar Airways, is seen through the heads-up display (HUD) in the cockpit of a Bombardier CS100.
 Qatar Airways Airbus
From Singapore to Hong Kong, Airbus has won orders for its A350 model and is keen to show customers what can be custom-fitted inside the plane.
Embraer Legacy 500
From gold faucets to hand-stitched leather, a private jet is a display of opulence and a statement that says "I have arrived". Business jet makers are seeing increased demand in Asia following a decade of wealth creation. 
Textron Aviation King Air
Beechcraft King Air C90GTx aircraft, manufactured by Textron Aviation 
Black Eagles
The South Korean Air Force Black Eagles perform maneuvers in T-50 jets. 
 T-50 jets
The  T-50 jets are developed by Korea Aerospace Industries, with technical support from Lockheed Martin.
 Airbus A400M Military Aircraft
The A400M is in Singapore, with Airbus hoping to convince military buyers the plane's here to stay despite a fatal crash in Seville, Spain.
 Airbus A400M Military Aircraft
 The A400M fits in between Lockheed Martin Corp.’s aging C-130 Hercules model and the larger Boeing Co. C-17 Globemaster and satisfies an acute requirement that spans the airlift of military hardware through troop transport to disaster relief.
 Elbit Systems Hermes 450 UAV
The Elbit Systems Hermes 450  is an Israeli medium-size, multi-payload unmanned aerial vehicle.  At any given time, numerous Hermes UAVs are airborne around the globe, according to the company.
 Singapore Air Force F-16
The mainstay of Singapore's Air Force is aging, but the city-state plans to modernize the Lockheed Martin jets, giving them new and advanced capabilities to keep them operationally relevant.
Planemakers from Airbus to Boeing to Bombardier are seeking to convince buyers to purchase new aircraft as Southeast Asi
Plush business jets target billionaires, while fighter jets, attack helicopters and the latest weaponry are aimed at the military market.
Photos by SeongJoon Cho for Bloomberg

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