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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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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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August 11, 2009
From Aviation Today
Observers are suspicious of Southwest s latest bid for Denver-based Frontier, wondering whether the fall in Southwest s stock is indicative of analysts voicing their considerable displeasure over the move or whether or not the move signals a failure at Denver. Of course, it should be noted that... Read More »
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February 15, 2012
From Aviation Today
China Eastern Airlines opted for a range of Honeywell avionics and other equipment for its fleet, including wheels and brakes for new and existing Boeing 737 NGs, as well as an avionics package and 131-9 auxiliary power units (APU) for 50 new Airbus A320s scheduled to be delivered over the next... Read More »
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January 27, 2015
From Rotor & Wing
The first Airbus EC135 T2+ helicopter in a planned fleet of modern, twin-engine, rotary-wing aircraft being acquired by the Australian Defense Force (ADF) for its new Helicopter Aircrew Training System (HATS), has successfully completed its first flight in Europe. Under the HATS project, a joint... Read More »
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May 20, 2010
From Aviation Today
Long-term forecasts increasingly need to take account of new market entrants that have the potential to rip asunder the current duopoly. Residual forecast regularly predict values for the next 15, 20 and even 25 years. There is sometimes a temptation to consider that the current aviation structure... Read More »
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July 11, 2012
From Aviation Today
Avianca and TACA have selected Rockwell Collins MultiScan Threat Detection System and GLU-925 Multi-Mode Receiver (MMR) for new Airbus A330 cargo aircraft. The aircraft will be incorporated into the airfreight company s Tampa Cargo fleet beginning in December. Lufthansa Airlines also has... 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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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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October 16, 2006
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 viewed as contemporary, although no match for the B787. Engines have... 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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July 19, 2004
From Aviation Today
Embraer 190 Scale Less Than Small Planes Ever since JetBlue Airways [JBLU] ordered 100 Embraer [ERJ] 190s, the pending delivery has been viewed as disruptive of the status quo and blurring the lines between regional and major carriers. With the delivery of the Brazilian-made, 100-seat jets still... Read More »
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July 24, 2015
From Rotor & Wing
The Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP) has ordered the first Airbus Helicopters H125 AStar produced on the company's new final assembly line in Columbus, Miss. The H125 is now built in the United States by American workers. Airbus Helicopters Inc. had partially assembled AS350 B2 and AS350 B3 AStar... Read More »
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September 1, 2011
From Avionics Today
Just a few years ago, in-flight entertainment (IFE) meant just that entertaining passengers during flights. But since then the focus has shifted from entertainment to business and information platforms that provide services and allow passengers to stay connected while in flight. The idea is to... Read More »
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September 8, 2015
From Rotor & Wing
Airbus Helicopters has sold its first seven H175s configured for public service to Hong Kong's Government Flying Services. Deliveries of the super-medium helicopters are slated for late 2017 through 2018. In the public service configuration, the H175 is equipped to serve missions such as law... Read More »
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January 21, 2008
From Aviation Today
Will air transport pilots soon have better ways to avoid clear air turbulence? Two American and one British researcher may have developed an improvement in forecasting severe bumps in the air. They will present two papers on the subject at the 13th Aviation, Range, and Aerospace Meteorology... Read More »
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December 3, 2015
From Rotor & Wing
Photo by Anthony Pecchi, courtesy of Airbus Helicopters Airbus Helicopters 11-ton H225 has become the first foreign heavy-class helicopter certified by Russia s Interstate Aviation Committee, the company said Dec. 3. The H225 will now be available for all-weather operations in countries such as... Read More »
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October 1, 2016
From Avionics Today
Six years after the FAA mandated Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) Out equipage for aircraft flying in airspace that requires a transponder, today, the agency estimates just 671 airliners have been equipped with rule-compliant DO-260B ADS-B Out solutions, as of Aug. 1, 2016. Based... 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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