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July 24, 2006
From Aircraft Value News
The -300ER has been in service for only two years but has established itself as the most desirable of widebodies, aided of course by the high price of fuel. The twin-engine design coincided with the development of much more reliable engine technology. Without reliable engines, a long-range twin... Read More »
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January 12, 2009
From Aviation Today
Qantas has suffered a second air data inertial reference unit (ADIRU) failure. The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) said it was advised on Dec. 27 of an occurrence that day involving a Qantas A330-300 cruising at 36,000 ft. on its way from Perth to Singapore. Some 260 nm. northwest of... 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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September 1, 2008
From Avionics Today
When Boeing interrupted its kickoff briefing at the Farnborough Airshow to announce a $4 billion order from start-up airline FlyDubai, I couldn t help thinking, "is this really going to happen?" To me, it was analogous to a major-league sports contract, i.e., does a guy really get paid $275... Read More »
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May 6, 2013
From Aircraft Value News
The return to service of the B787 marks a momentous day for Boeing and the events of the last few months should eventually fade allowing current and residual values to live up to the initial promise of the aircraft unless the type continue to attract abnormal media attention for more usual entry... Read More »
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June 5, 2007
From Aviation Today
US Airways, Frontier Airlines and Malaysia-based AirAsia, selected B/E Aerospace, Inc. to provide main cabin retrofit and new-buy seating programs for approximately 250 aircraft. The program is valued at more than $70 million and includes retrofitting Airbus A320 for US Airways, retrofitting... Read More »
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December 22, 2008
From Aviation Today
Advisory Circular: Airworthiness & Operational Approval of Digital Flight Data Recorder Systems. AC No: 20-141A. This advisory circular (AC) provides Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) information on certification (design and installation) and continued airworthiness of digital flight data... Read More »
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July 1, 2008
From Avionics Today
Air Traffic Management (ATM) of Europe s highly fragmented airspace for now is dis-integrated. The European Commission (EC) and Eurocontrol have a vision for a very different future. But their dream of a Single European Sky (SES) with just one or two major air-traffic control centers, a single... Read More »
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June 1, 2008
From Avionics Today
Now that software provider Jeppesen has received FAA approval to integrate airport moving maps with "own-ship" display on Class 2 electronic flight bags (EFB), the industry is moving on to an even greater challenge using Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) to data link real-time... 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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August 3, 2009
From Aircraft Value News
The first six months of 2009 has seen the effects of the recession on Airbus and Boeing, with both failing to record any significant improvement in the orderbook while delivering a record number of aircraft. While Airbus secured 90 gross orders in the first six months of 2009, there were also 22... Read More »
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July 1, 2013
From Aircraft Value News
While a decade ago the -700 was very much in demand, this is not the case today and with a lack luster orderbook and an adverse age profile values and lease rentals are tumbling. The values of the -700 have experienced a significant fall as the market moves to newer and larger types. While the... Read More »
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May 11, 2009
From Aviation Today
The wildlife threat to commercial passenger aircraft has increased to the point where experts on bird strikes are calling for additional measures to raise the safety bar. They believe that the solutions include bird population reduction at airports, new technology and possibly tougher bird... Read More »
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December 1, 2007
From Aviation Today
Imadedeen Al-Farahid received his BSc in electronic engineering in 1980 and has garnered many certificates since then by taking courses in electrical systems to ramp safety. Al-Farahid continues his education even though he has more than 25 years of experience. Employed by Royal Jordanian Airlines... 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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July 24, 2006
From Aircraft Value News
The demand for the right kind of widebodies remains strong, sufficient to justify a modest increase. A number of widebodies continue to face weakness while others are enjoying modest gains. While not all carriers are able to contemplate adding capacity there are others who have the appetite to... Read More »
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May 12, 2010
From Avionics Today
Libyan Airlines has selected onboard SwiftBroadband connectivity equipment from OnAir, a joint venture between Airbus and SITA, for its fleet of new Airbus A330s. Libyan Airlines are expecting delivery of the first A330 in June 2011. The OnAir system will allow passengers to use their own mobile... Read More »
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June 28, 2007
From Aviation Today
Qatar Airways has placed a commitment for two Airbus Corporate Jetliners (ACJs), adding to the three Airbus ACJ Family aircraft that it already operates. The new deal also takes this year's sales of the Airbus ACJ Family (excluding widebodies) to 19 - almost as many as the 20 sold in the whole of... Read More »
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February 20, 2008
From Aviation Today
Airbus isn t gloating over production difficulties with the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, recalling its own problems building the A380 superjumbo. Asked his thoughts on successive delays in the 787 program, Airbus CEO Tom Enders, addressing a Singapore Air Show press briefing Wednesday, said, We ve... 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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