Looking for an opportunity for the C-390, Embraer is present at ADEX 2023 in South Korea

Seoul International Aerospace & Defense Exhibition 2023 takes place between October 16th and 20th

Embraer is participating in the Seoul International Aerospace & Defense Exhibition 2023 (ADEX 2023), the most important in its segment in South Korea and which takes place between October 16th and 20th.

According to the company, there will be a presentation of Embraer Defense & Security products and solutions such as the A-29 Super Tucano light attack and training aircraft and the C-390 Millennium military transport jet.

However, Embraer will not take any aircraft for static or in-flight exhibition, according to the ADEX 2023 organization.

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The event is held every two years at Seoul Airport, also known as Seongnam Air Base, in the southeast region of the South Korean capital.

Among the confirmed presences are several US military aircraft such as the F-22 and F-35 fighters and even the C-5 Galaxy airlifter. Korea Aerospace Industries will also highlight the new KF-21 Boramae fighter.

“We are honored to be at ADEX and look forward to growing our relationships with the South Korean aerospace community,” said Bosco da Costa Junior, President & CEO of Embraer Defense & Security.

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Participation in the event comes months after Embraer signed a series of Memorandums of Understanding with South Korean aerospace companies, such as ASTG (Aerospace Technology of Global), EMK (EM Korea Co.) and Kencoa Aerospace.

The purpose of the agreements was to expand collaboration with partners from the local defense industry for the future supply of parts for the C-390 Millennium.

Embraer participates in the Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF) competition to select a new tactical transport aircraft offering the C-390 Millennium as a solution.


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