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October 1, 2002
From Avionics Today
Based in France, Thales Avionics is the world s third-largest avionics specialist. In 2001 it produced more than 1.1 billion Euros in revenue, almost 11 percent of the parent company s sales. Thales has grown rapidly in the past dozen years from mergers and acquisitions, changing its name multiple... Read More »
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June 20, 2013
From Avionics Today
The 2013 Paris Air Show has featured multi-billion dollar aircraft orders, groundbreaking partnerships and some innovative new technological concepts from some of the world's biggest aerospace companies. Although the show has not ended yet, Avionics Magazine has some of the biggest news from the... Read More »
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May 12, 2008
From Aircraft Value News
Airbus List Prices Accelerate While Values Ease Material Costs & Weak Dollar See Jump In List Prices Airbus list prices have jumped by nearly five percent, representing a significant rise and increasing the already high differential between list and net prices even further. The 4.9 percent rise in... Read More »
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June 19, 2009
From Aviation Today
While airlines work to improve their fleets in the short to medium term, manufacturers are being forced to wait until market indications and technological improvements are more clear before committing to the next generation aircraft. Bombardier, however, is bucking the trend with its mainliner... Read More »
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February 1, 2007
From Avionics Today
The Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA) concept, which replaces numerous separate processors and line replaceable units (LRU) with fewer, more centralized processing units, is promising significant weight reduction and maintenance savings in the new generation of commercial airliners. Boeing said by... Read More »
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June 14, 2004
From Aircraft Value News
Despite the launch of the B7E7 and its potential impact on residuals, current values of the A330-200 remain in such high regard that they have achieved stability. When the A330 and A340 were launched in 1987, Airbus had little intention of producing a long-range version of the twin-engined model... Read More »
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October 31, 2016
From Rotor & Wing
The National Business Aviation Assn. s (NBAA) annual convention is like a holiday for the civil business aircraft industry. Typically there are gifts of new and enhanced fixed-wing and rotary aircraft on display on the convention floor and at a nearby airport. Attendees gather each year to see... Read More »
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June 20, 2013
From Aviation Today
The 2013 Paris Air Show has featured multi-billion dollar aircraft orders, groundbreaking partnerships and some innovative new technological concepts from some of the world's biggest aerospace companies. Although the show has not ended yet, Avionics Magazine has some of the biggest news from the... Read More »
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December 1, 2004
From Aviation Today
Air Canada Technical Services Looks Forward to Independence As of September 30, 2004, Air Canada Technical Services (ACTS) joined the ranks of independent MROs. It's a move that was long anticipated by ACTS president and CEO Bill Zoeller. In a January 2004 interview with Aviation Maintenance, he... Read More »
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April 1, 2005
From Aviation Today
By all accounts, the Lufthansa Airbus A320 known as Papa Whiskey remains flying today due to the incredible skill and teamwork of the two pilots at the controls on March 21, 2001. Papa Whiskey carried 121 passengers and crew on that fateful day and was scheduled to fly from Frankfurt to Paris. ... Read More »
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April 1, 2009
From Aviation Today
Within the next two decades, some 29,400 aircraft, ranging from regional jets to Boeing 747s and Airbus A380s, will be delivered to airlines around the world, according to Boeing s "2008 2027 Current Market Outlook." Of those, 11,440 will go to airlines within the Asia/Pacific, Middle East... Read More »
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November 1, 1999
From Avionics Today
There is a subtle yet profound difference in the flight control systems on Boeing and Airbus aircraft. Yes, they both have ailerons, flaps, slats, rudders and spoilers. And, yes, both manufacturers have gone to fly-by-wire technology, placing computers between the pilot s control inputs and the... Read More »
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July 2, 2007
From Aviation Today
A Perfunctory "Press on Regardless" Turns Nasty The aircraft, an Airbus A319, was dispatched under the provisions of the operator's Minimum Equipment List (MEL) with the Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) generator on line, substituting for the No. 1 main generator, which had been selected off after a... Read More »
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December 26, 2007
From Aviation Today
The rudders of about 420 older Airbus jetliners are being subjected to repetitive ultrasonic and other enhanced inspections, the first time airlines and safety regulators have resorted to such recurring, high-tech procedures to determine the integrity of composite parts on airliners already in... Read More »
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July 11, 2012
From Avionics Today
Airbus on Wednesday said it is now providing its Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) performance-calculating applications for Pilots on iPad. Airlines will soon be able to download the first apps as part of its FlySmart with Airbus EFB portfolio from the App Store, the airframe manufacturer said. Airbus... Read More »
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July 11, 2012
From Aviation Today
Airbus on Wednesday said it is now providing its Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) performance-calculating applications for Pilots on iPad. Airlines will soon be able to download the first apps as part of its FlySmart with Airbus EFB portfolio from the App Store, the airframe manufacturer said. Airbus... Read More »
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January 13, 2016
From Avionics Today
[Avionics Today 01-12-2016] Airbus President and CEO Fabrice Bregier discussed some ambitious plans for the French airframe manufacturer moving forward in 2016 and beyond at the company's annual press conference Tuesday. Among them, Airbus has set a delivery target of 650 aircraft and staggered... Read More »
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July 31, 2013
From Aviation Today
The European Aeronautic Defense and Space Co. (EADS) on Wednesday said it will rebrand itself as the Airbus Group, and also reported a profitable first six months of the year, with net profits increasing 31 percent to 759 million euros ($1 billion) compared to the first half of 2012. (Airbus... Read More »
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January 13, 2016
From Aviation Today
[Avionics Today 01-12-2016] Airbus President and CEO Fabrice Bregier discussed some ambitious plans for the French airframe manufacturer moving forward in 2016 and beyond at the company's annual press conference Tuesday. Among them, Airbus has set a delivery target of 650 aircraft and staggered... Read More »
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July 30, 2014
From Aviation Today
[Aviation Today 07-30-2014] Airbus Group CEO Tom Enders does not believe the commercial aircraft manufacturing industry is reaching the end of a multi-billion dollar buying spree. The Airbus A350 XWB is on schedule to enter service later this year with launch customer Qatar Airways. Photo... Read More »
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