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December 19, 2006
From Aviation Today
Even as Airbus gained certification from the EASA and FAA for its A380, European regulators rejected calls to fill empty fuel tanks with nitrogen, rendering fuel vapors inert to prevent explosions such as the one that felled TWA 800 in 1996. Meanwhile safety experts, including former NTSB Member... Read More »
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December 20, 2007
From Aviation 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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June 28, 2004
From Aircraft Value News
The excess of widebodies in production has been re-absorbed into the market, helping values begin to rise. The market for widebodies during the previous three years has been characterized by potential and actual availability. Both Airbus and Boeing [BA] have been active in re-marketing their... Read More »
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May 7, 2015
From Rotor & Wing
Bristow Helicopters uses the AgustaWestland AW189 for offshore transport missions, as well as for search and rescue in the U.K. Photo courtesy of Bristow Helicopters With their fates tied to the ever-swinging price of crude oil, helicopter offshore transport operators had a tough year... Read More »
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November 1, 2006
From Rotor & Wing
PROGRAM UPDATES: Attack-Turkey was expected to finalize its Attack/Tactical Reconnaissance Helicopter (ATAK) competition at last month's Defense Industry Executive Committee meeting, but military officials objected to the short-listing of the Denel AH-2A Rooivalk and AgustaWestland's A129... Read More »
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March 6, 2006
From Aircraft Value News
The lease rentals of in production widebody aircraft have generally risen over the last quarter due to sustained demand for capacity and the extending order backlog. The recent renegotiations undertaken by Delta Air Lines [DALRQ.PK]and Northwest Airlines [NWACQ.PK] point to a sustained improvement... Read More »
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March 4, 2015
From Rotor & Wing
HAI Heli-Expo 2015 Orlando, Fla. Vector Aerospace Corporation, a global independent provider of aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services, has announced that Vector Aerospace Helicopter Services North America (HS-NA) has been selected by Miami Dade County to provide dynamic... Read More »
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March 5, 2007
From Aircraft Value News
Cancellation Could Hamper Fresh Orders But Would Boost B747-8F In the event UPS opts to drop its order for 10 A380Fs calculating both current and future values for the type will become extremely problematical. The previous cancellation of freighter orders from FedEx, ILFC and Emirates, emanating... Read More »
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January 16, 2012
From Aircraft Value News
The weakness of the wider market means that the values of the majority passenger aircraft are actually falling but this is not the case for the B777-300ER. Despite the many adverse pressures affecting the market, the -300ER has established itself as the most desirable of widebodies, aided of... Read More »
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April 1, 2006
From Aviation Today
With its weight savings, reliability and potential to reduce flight crew workload, digital fly-by-wire control systems are entering more and more new aircraft. Dassault soon will begin delivering the first fly-by-wire (FBW) business jet, the Falcon 7X. Boeing and Airbus both have introduced air... Read More »
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March 31, 2008
From Aviation Today
Passenger Bill of Rights Rejected. A federal appeals court has rejected a law requiring airlines to provide food, water, clean toilets and fresh air to passengers trapped in a plane delayed on the ground. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that New York's new state law interferes with... Read More »
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July 1, 2006
From Aviation Today
The Inerting Controversy Regarding fuel tank safety, the comments seem to be roughly divided into two camps: (1) those who do not have to consider cost generally favor the inclusion of a flammability reduction system, or inerting, (2) and those faced with the installation through retrofit and the... Read More »
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February 7, 2013
From Aviation Today
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has awarded engine type certification for the Rolls-Royce Trent XWB turbofan engine. The Trent XWB will power the Airbus A350-800 and A350-900 variants. Airbus said it plans on launching the maiden flight of the A350-900 in the second half of 2013. Airbus... Read More »
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March 1, 2000
From Avionics Today
Airbus of North America: Courpron, President and COO Henri Courpron, senior vice president of sales and marketing will advance to become president and chief operating officer of Airbus Industrie of North America (AINA), succeeding Nick Tomassetti, who will retire March 31. Courpron joined AINA in... Read More »
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December 1, 2005
From Aviation Today
"Il est bon?" ("Is it fine?") a concerned TAT Industries maintenance technician asks the Canadair CL-415 firefighter pilot as he deplanes. The answer is "oui," and the technician, reassured on the repair she had performed a couple of hours ago, goes back to the cramped workshop to complete another... Read More »
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November 8, 2016
From Rotor & Wing
The California Highway Patrol (CHP) has been given an award for Excellence in Police Aviation from the International Assn. of Chiefs of Police (IACP). Announced by CHP last week, the award was presented in October at the IACP Convention in San... Read More »
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March 1, 2014
From Rotor & Wing
Much to its relief, and not after a small amount of hard lobbying, the U.S. Congress has decided to fund the acquisition of 20 UH-72A Lakotas from Airbus Helicopters. Last year, the Department of Defense (DoD) made a budgetary decision to cancel the 21 of the 31 Lakotas remaining from a... Read More »
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June 1, 2016
From Rotor & Wing
Russian Helicopters line of aircraft include the Kazan Ansat, the Kamov Ka-62 and Mil Mi-26T, Mi-38 and Mi-8. The TV7-117V engine is installed on all Mi-38s. Photos courtesy of Russian Helicopters and ISAF Headquarters Public Affairs Office Amid Western sanctions and the crises of... Read More »
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December 20, 2010
From Aviation Today
Deliveries of the Airbus A380 superjumbo will be cut in 2010 from the planned 20 to 19, because of the failure of a Rolls Royce engine on a Qantas A380 in early November, says Airbus Industries Chairman Thomas Enders. And the incident will also affect deliveries in 2011. On Nov. 4, one of four... Read More »
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October 1, 2014
From Avionics Today
As planes rise in nations that have never before flown before, choruses of new regional markets have created a collective developmental jolt. Meanwhile, mature markets are witnessing a simultaneous shift in testing paradigms, with more on the horizon due to growing popularity of Unmanned Aerial... Read More »
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