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August 17, 2009
From Aircraft Value News
Despite the still substantial backlog for the A320, the combination of the length of production and incremental improvement over the years is becoming an increasing. The events post 2001 amply illustrated the potential problems that can occur with another downturn. The need for lessors to place... Read More »
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December 1, 2003
From Avionics Today
Network-centric warfare applications and integrated architectures are driving the military toward higher-bandwidth onboard interconnects. At the low end, in the Mil-Std-1553 domain, engineers are trying to pump the 1-megabit/sec (Mbit/sec) bus as high as 200 Mbits/sec. At the high end, Fibre... Read More »
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August 16, 2010
From Aircraft Value News
A319 & B737-700 Backlogs Fail to Match A320 and -800 Levels Operators of newer narrowbodies have increasingly focused on larger variants at the expense of the A319 and B737-700 such that the backlogs of both smaller variants have long since lost parity with the A320 and B737-800 making it... Read More »
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September 13, 2010
From Aircraft Value News
With a decision on the New Engine Option NEO for the A320 expected within the coming months, Airbus has reportedly revealed that the new airframe/engine combination will cost $7-8 million more than the current model. The $7-8 million premium was reportedly indicated by John Leahy, the chief... Read More »
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December 23, 2013
From Aviation Today
Emirates expanded its fleet of Airbus A380 passenger aircraft to 44, receiving two new A380s at the Airbus Finkenwerder facility in Hamburg, Germany on Saturday, Dec. 21. The Dubai-based airline operates the world's largest fleet of A380s, now flying one in three of the in-service aircraft... Read More »
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September 8, 2003
From Aircraft Value News
With many of the negatives having been resolved, the market is beginning to turn and the -700 is among the first to experience renewed vigor. Even though the market focuses on the successful B737-800, the -700 has quietly established a solid market base, albeit at the expense of the B737-300. The... Read More »
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April 1, 2013
From Avionics Today
Advanced computing and communication systems aboard commercial airplanes are allowing airlines to operate and maintain their fleets more efficiently than ever before. Since increased efficiency saves money, cost-conscious airlines are embracing this trend, and equipment suppliers are striving to... Read More »
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October 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
New Take on TV The in-flight entertainment (IFE) manufacturer, Flight Display Systems (FDS), has set out to bring airborne television to the business aviation masses, including to aircraft that lack the large tails or substantial fuselage surface area to support current bizjet antenna mounts. The... Read More »
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January 1, 2014
From Avionics Today
Honeywell Touchscreen Research Guides FAA Regulation Phoenix-based aerospace manufacturer Honeywell is under an ongoing contract with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to study the usability of various forms of touch technology, such as cockpit displays that will help to determine what... Read More »
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January 1, 2005
From Avionics Today
Southern Star STC A glareshield modification by Southern Star Avionics has received a supplemental type certificate (STC). Designed for Cessna Citation 500/550/560 and S550 series business jets, the modification fits over the existing glareshield and opens up extra panel space. Visit... Read More »
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October 8, 2012
From Aircraft Value News
The values of those A320s and B737NGs built in the final years of each program will likely face contradictory forces. In the run up to the service entry of the A320neo and B737MAX both Airbus and Boeing will be seeking to maintain production levels. This means that both have to attract customers... Read More »
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February 1, 2015
From Avionics Today
Some of the busiest airports in the United States daily demonstrate the operational challenges of navigating an aircraft efficiently. An example is Atlanta s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, which has multiple parallel runways and a complex mixture of aircraft types all with specific... Read More »
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August 1, 2013
From Rotor & Wing
N767J is the seventh S-76D to roll off the assembly line. Still in its green primer, this aircraft is assigned to Sikorsky s facility in Jupiter, Fla. as a platform for additional research and development. For many years, the aviation community has treated the helicopter segment like a child... Read More »
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April 7, 2010
From Aviation Today
Despite concerns that a higher delivery rate will delay the recovery of values and lease rentals, both Airbus and Boeing have announced an intention to increase production of narrowbodies. The rise in production is at odds with a lack luster orderbook for 2010 from both manufacturers but both cite... Read More »
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February 1, 2015
From Avionics Today
Connectivity in the cockpit is coming into its own. As aircraft become more equipped with Internet and connections become more reliable through satellite-based systems and broadband technology, this access to data is expanding and companies are developing new equipment to improve cockpit... Read More »
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December 14, 2009
From Aviation Today
Mexico's Volaris Airlines selected Honeywell s LED product to upgrade its Airbus A320 navigation wingtip lighting. Honeywell said the product is a drop-in replacement for existing lighting, it does not require any aircraft modification, and it does not add additional weight. This upgrade saves... Read More »
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January 11, 2010
From Aviation Today
Libyan airline Afriqiyah Airways will install OnAir's in-flight connectivity on its fleet of Airbus long- and short-range fleets. OnAir, a joint venture between Airbus and SITA, said this is the first time an airline has announced a decision to install connectivity in both the long and short range... Read More »
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February 1, 2010
From Aviation Today
Thales signed a long-term avionics deal with Chinese airline Hainan Airlines for the support of its Airbus A340-600 fleet, the Paris-based company announced Monday from the Singapore Air Show. The 6-year agreement is a component service based on standard equipment exchange. Within the scope of the... Read More »
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February 11, 2010
From Aviation Today
The fall in the backlog combined with lower fuel consumption offered by the CSeries and the emphasis on lower emissions, is increasingly forcing Airbus and Boeing to reconsider their replacement plans for their respective narrowbody aircraft. Previously preferring to push back a replacement to... Read More »
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August 2, 2004
From Aviation Today
Yields Are Poor; Load Factors Look Good Although Atlantic Coast Airlines [ACAI] lost more money than expected in the second quarter, Wall Street analysts seems pleased with the initial performance of the company's new airline, Independence Air. In fact, one brokerage has upgraded it stock... Read More »
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