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Post time 2010-9-15 10:34:29 |Display all floors
The Southern Asian Trade Route States, of  Taiwan, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Malaya and Singapore should cooperate to develop the Aeronautic Industry. This will give impectus and increase competition in the three main blocs of the New Middle Kingdom - ie. North Asian Trade Route states (Japan, Korea), and China!

With 130 million people, the Southern Asian Trade Route State could take advantage of Taiwan's experience building the F-CK-1 and Singapore's Chartered Industries knowhow in Avionics!

The idea - Private Passenger Jets!

Taiwan could build the engine, fuselage, while contracting wings to Malaya, Avionics to Singapore! Taipei, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Singapore could be the Aviation Service Centre. While the entire grouping could form an aircraft leasing company - United Oversea's Aviation Leasing Company! or UOA. (the company will buy the aircraft,service, provide flight crew - before leasing it to corporate/private use)

The market, top 5,000 companies in the region!
Number of flights needed - 300,000 trips, 1,500 jets on 250 days flight routine!

If the Jets can cost US$6 million a unit - and can carry up 2 to 10 passenger
Each flight with CREW, FUEL could cost less than US$5,000 a trip/day!

Cross Asian Trade Route State cooperation is vital.
(We see competition in form of HONDA Aerospace, in the same segment!)
and China would no doubt be the biggest competition in the future, once it's economy reaches US$10,000 per capita! It's time now to build a 10 year lead on China to protect our competitiveness!

cheerios!

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Post time 2010-9-15 11:05:05 |Display all floors

Reply #3 BingSilk's post

Business efficiency improves with competition!

For the PRIVATE JET business segment, CHINA is not ready yet!
Japan has a 5 year lead now, with the new HONDA AERONAUTICS family of private jets!

So, it's natural for the Southern Asian Trade Route States to develop it's own pinnacle industries too!
So, my call for using the "knowhow" of the F-CK-1, to build the TAIWAN private jet!

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Post time 2010-9-15 11:14:02 |Display all floors

Reply #5 BingSilk's post

I reckon, PRIVATE JETs are really not in the leaque of the C919.....
Even Japan not working in the same leaque, now in the control of France-EU, USA only!
It's more like Brazil' Embrauer, Canadian Bombardier. Japan's Honda!

ha ha ha

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Post time 2010-9-15 11:29:44 |Display all floors

Imagine jobs for 5,000 pilots in South Asian Trade Route states

......with salaries of US$30,000 a year!

and stewardess, with salaries of US$15,000 a year!
Lots of new middle income people!
and it would do wonders for the air force pilots in the South Asian Trade Route States, now having 600 Jets in their fleet!

No joke!

This idea must be pursued seriously by the JOINT STATES!

hmmmm

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