TAKE A LOOK-Singapore Airshow 2018 stories

The Singapore Airshow, the largest air show in Asia, kicked off on Tuesday and is bringing together buyers and sellers against the backdrop of China's attempt to play a bigger role in a realigning global aerospace industry.

Here are some of the stories from the biennial event.

>Jetmakers study single-pilot planes; freight first

>AirAsia seen sticking with Airbus A330neo - source

>Boeing says key issues stay in Embraer tie-up talks

>New Airbus sales chief seeks to lift A330neo sales

>Policy hurdles in jet sales to small China airlines

>NATO buyers near deal to renegotiate A400M schedule

>ATR sells 4 turboprop aircraft to Bangkok Airways

>Embraer: Still in talks on Boeing tie-up structure

>Planemakers look at higher output to meet demand

>Airbus deal has cooled C Series orders-Bombardier

>Southeast Asia airlines eye non-stop U.S. flights

>Boeing signs nearly $1 bln of services deals

>Aircraft leasing sector set for shakeout-AerCap CEO

>Mitsubishi Aircraft sees more orders for jet

>HondaJet CEO sees China certification by end-2018

>S.Korean aerobatic jet skids off runway at Airshow

>Jetmakers spar over niche where Boeing eyes new jet

>China COMAC: First C919 jet delivery aimed in 2021

>Airfares to jump as a result of rising oil price

>Boeing may express interest in Canada jet bid

>Italy's Leonardo to boost Asia sales under new plan

>China's Okay Airways courting foreign airlines

>Qantas' one Boeing 787 option to lapse,reviews more

>Singapore Air plans blockchain tech for miles usage

>Airlines to see crisis on infrastructure costs-IATA (Created by Muralikumar Anantharaman)