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November 1, 2006
From Avionics Today
DARPA, U.S. Air Force Advance Automated Refueling The goal of autonomous air-to-air refueling, a critical enabler for long-range, persistent unmanned strike and surveillance capability, moved closer to reality with the first autonomous probe-and-drogue refueling operation, achieved under ... Read More »
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October 1, 2006
From Avionics Today
C-130, KC-10 to Get Avionics Upgrades Boeing has received contracts to be a part of two teams conducting modernization programs for separate U.S. Air Force aircraft-the C-130 and KC-10. Under a USAF agreement worth up to $56.3 million, Boeing will lead a team to begin modifying the C-130's aircrew... Read More »
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November 1, 2005
From Avionics Today
Passenger Map Display Rockwell Collins, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, has unveiled its new Hi-Focus maps for its Airshow 4200 moving map and information system. In addition to the aircraft's flight path, these new high-resolution maps are to show aircraft passengers such details as rivers, roads, buildings... Read More »
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April 1, 2005
From Avionics Today
STASYS Acquisition Lockheed Martin Corp. has completed the acquisition of UK-based STASYS Ltd. The firm, which specializes in network communications and defense interoperability, will bring to Lockheed Martin its experience in tactical data link integration, modeling and simulation, and air... Read More »
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December 20, 2007
From Avionics Today
Canadian simulator company CAE signed contracts valued at $125 million to design and manufacture eight full-flight simulators (FFSs) and associated CAE Simfinity training devices. Continental Airlines ordered a CAE 7000 Series Boeing 787 FFS and a suite of CAE Simfinity training devices. The... Read More »
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December 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
EVS Developments Once again, the most newsworthy technology at the National Business Aircraft Association (NBAA) show was enhanced vision systems (EVS). It dominated the avionics news at the 2002 and 2003 NBAA shows, and it did so again at the 2004 event in Las Vegas. Thales and Bombardier... Read More »
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September 28, 2009
From Aviation Today
Airlines operating Airbus A330/A340 aircraft must check Goodrich pitot air-speed probes for defects, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) said on Sept. 23. The EASA emergency airworthiness directive concerns Goodrich pitot probes stamped with the part number 0851HL. The Emergency AD states... Read More »
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November 3, 2003
From Aircraft Value News
The reported possibility of Airbus pricing new aircraft in euros has once again raised the issue of whether values should be calculated in both euros and U.S. dollars. Pricing of aircraft has become increasingly common as a result of the expansion of the European Community and the common euro... Read More »
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November 29, 2007
From Avionics Today
Hawaiian Airlines signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Airbus for six future Airbus A350 XWB-800s in addition to six A330-200s, selecting Airbus aircraft for the first time in its history, the airframer said. The aircraft will be deployed within the airline s Pacific network, extending... Read More »
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December 1, 2003
From Avionics Today
Brits Tough On Security In November the UK s aviation authorities began monitoring UK and non-UK airlines compliance with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) requirement to provide a means of checking the area behind the cockpit door from within the cockpit. ICAO s related... Read More »
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October 10, 2016
From Rotor & Wing
EASA s end to a flight ban on some Super Pumas is contingent on those helicopters manufacturer and operators replacing transmission gears with tougher versions and closely monitoring the shortened service life of the new components. The European agency s Oct. 7 decision was not matched by the... Read More »
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November 1, 2002
From Avionics Today
RVSM Brings Results Eurocontrol officials believe recent efforts to improve traffic flow in Europe have paid off, and they submit as proof figures revealing that, while air traffic in Europe dropped by an average 4.2 percent over the past two years, the average flight delay in the continent has... Read More »
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March 3, 2008
From Aviation Today
An Airbus A320-214 (G-BXKD) was twice allowed to take off with a damaged landing gear, prompting air safety recommendations for the UK's Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB). The recently-released AAIB report concerned the Nov. 15, 2006, incident at Bristol Airport in which a Thomas Cook A320... Read More »
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January 1, 2002
From Avionics Today
Not that long ago, the air transport market faced an economic downturn but was bolstered by the strong sales of commuter/regional jets. The business aircraft market was riding the crest of the economic boom of the 1990s, and the private aircraft market was stimulated by new aircraft designs. The... Read More »
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May 1, 2003
From Avionics Today
Cockpit switch technology moves slowly. LED (light-emitting diode) illumination, introduced more than a decade ago, has improved product reliability and reduced maintenance costs, but there is still a sizable market for its predecessor, incandescent lighting. Switches also are exploiting... Read More »
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January 1, 2002
From Avionics Today
Notebook for Lauda Air Austria s Lauda Air has selected Itronix Corp. s X-C6250Pro and GoBook notebook computers for the carrier s maintenance program. The wireless mobile PCs data broadcasting feature makes them usable in the aircraft, hangar, airfield or foreign airports. The computers are... Read More »
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December 1, 2014
From Avionics Today
Aircraft data is the lifeblood of the aviation industry. Data is everywhere you look, from flight testing, to in-flight data recording, enemy radar sensor data acquisition and more. However, of all flight data uses, nearly 60 percent of Avionics Magazine readership sees real-time monitoring of... Read More »
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April 1, 2015
From Avionics Today
Cockpit switches will not be completely disappearing from flight decks any time soon, according to today s leading aircraft Light-Emitting Diode (LED) pushbutton switch manufacturers. Avionics Magazine readers agree with the Aerospace Optics and Staco Systems of the world, with 60 percent of... Read More »
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May 1, 2001
From Avionics Today
New Displays for DC-9s Northwest Airlines selected Universal Avionics Systems Corp. s MFD-640 multifunction display for retrofit in its fleet of 162 DC-9 aircraft. The new color displays will replace RDR-1E and RDR-4A weather radar indicators, and it will display data from Honeywell s terrain... Read More »
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November 1, 2000
From Avionics Today
Diel Avionik Systeme: Germany s Largest Avionics Supplier Champagne corks were popped and broad smiles surrounded the entry way of a branch office in Toulouse, France, in celebration in mid-September of the launching of a new company formed jointly by Diehl VA Systeme Stiftung & Co. KG and... Read More »
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