Flying boat maker Dornier is looking to Southeast Asia to deliver the majority of sales for its newly launched Seastar amphibious 12-seater aircraft. “We are looking at maximum production rates of up to 48 aircraft a year,” Dornier Seawings GmbH CEO Albert Halder told ATW at the Singapore Airshow. “And we are expecting Southeast Asia to provide around 50% of our sales capacity.” Hadler said the company had already signed 10 firm orders for the $7.2 million aircraft, ...

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