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April 23, 2014
From Aviation Today
Gagan Brings Avionics Upgrades to India A computer-generated rendering of an airplane runway approach using Honeywell s Smartpath system. Photo: Honeywell Operators in India need to upgrade their avionics this year to match the... Read More »
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April 29, 2014
From Aviation Today
[Avionics Today April 29, 2014] Developed for the A380, the On-Board Airport Navigation System (OANS) has entered service on commercial A320 and A330 aircraft, Airbus said. The OANS on an A380 cockpit display. Photo, courtesy of Airbus. Thales and Airbus, developed the system jointly, and it was... Read More »
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August 18, 2008
From Aircraft Value News
Market Presence. Airbus has built a reputation around the use of the latest technology including envelope limiting computers, fly by wire and side stick controllers. Despite being designed in the 1980s, the A330 still is still viewed as contemporary though no match for the B787. Engines have... Read More »
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November 17, 2014
From Aircraft Value News
The issue of value convergence eventually affects all aircraft and for the A340-500 this has come perhaps sooner than most. Value Convergence is evident when values of the youngest converge on the oldest with the latter falling less quickly than the former. While values are normally inherently... Read More »
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July 15, 2014
From Aviation Today
[Avionics Today July 15, 2014] Malaysian carrier Air Asia has signed an agreement for a $12 billion order of 50 Airbus A330neo passenger jets at the Farnborough Airshow. The order comes just two days after Airbus launched the re-engined version of its wide-body long-haul aircraft. We have been... Read More »
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September 10, 2012
From Aircraft Value News
Orders for the A318 have failed to advance over recent years, indeed over nearly a decade, and with the type no longer to feature in the A320neo family line-up, the values of the type will be largely dependent on the corporate/VIP market. A total of 81 have been ordered with 78 delivered. Notably... Read More »
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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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November 20, 2006
From Aircraft Value News
Playing The Blame Game After An Accident In the aftermath of about 20 percent of aircraft accidents, some real odium attracts to the pilot(s), and peripheral officialdom starts ruminating publicly about charging a surviving pilot with anything from reckless endangerment to criminal negligence... Read More »
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April 20, 2015
From Aircraft Value News
The differential in values between the A320neo and B737MAX is already smaller than between A320ceo and B737NG but the potential offered by the Space-Flex offers the prospect of even closer values. The 180 seating capacity of the A320 has long been a factor in its lower value when compared to the... Read More »
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May 4, 2015
From Aircraft Value News
The decision by Emirates to select Rolls-Royce engines in a switch from Engine Alliance, who have supplied its engines for the A380 to date, is significant because it offers a more balanced number of installed engines between the two engine manufacturers but more importantly potentially signals... Read More »
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September 24, 2007
From Aviation Today
The Brazilian Government plans to shorten both runways at San Paulo s Congonhas Airport in order to create runway safety areas. In the wake of July s fatal TAM Airbus A320 runway excursion, the longer 17R/35L runway, on which the ill-fated TAM Flight 3054 landed, will be shortened by 300 meters to... 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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September 29, 2008
From Aircraft Value News
The further delay to the B787 as a result of the strike provides opportunities for Airbus to secure additional orders for the two A330 family and by proposing a material weight increase to the -200, residual values of the type are likely to benefit. The delays to the B787 continue to overshadow... Read More »
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June 15, 2015
From Aircraft Value News
With the Malaysia Airlines A380 and Skymark aircraft likely to be remarketed then the market for the type is being tested sooner than expected. The A380 is still suffering from a dearth of orders from airlines and this is a concern. Values are already deteriorating though this has been anticipated... Read More »
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May 1, 2004
From Aviation Today
Brussels-based Sabena Technics is offering a new consulting service. Dubbed Sabena Technics Consultancy, it will offer small- and medium-sized airlines advice on how to optimize their operations and maintenance. The Belgian maintenance, repair, and overhaul specialist is thus doing its best to... Read More »
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June 16, 2014
From Aviation Today
Airbus Helicopters will display its mission-ready military rotorcraft lineup at Eurosatory 2014 defense exposition near Paris, France, including one of its newest military helicopters, the twin-engine EC645 T2. Also shown at Eurosatory 2014 will be Airbus Helicopters single-engine... 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 29, 2007
From Aviation 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 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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January 14, 2008
From Aviation Today
CAE will establish an aviation training center in Kuala Lumpur, a move the company said that will leverage its existing partnership with AirAsia to expand within the region. Kuala Lumpur will also act as CAE's regional hub for Multi-Crew Pilot License and Airbus OEM training. In November, CAE... Read More »
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