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October 28, 2014
From Avionics Today
Vector's CAN bus data logger. Photo: Vector [Avionics Today 10 28-2014] Airbus, in need of a unique device for cabin test activities on their A350 XWB test aircraft, asked Vector to build a mobile Controller Area Network (CAN) bus data logger. In February 2014, the German software... Read More »
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June 13, 2014
From Aviation Today
[Aviation Today June 13, 2014] Mexican low cost carrier Volaris has signed a new agreement with Airbus to provide A320 flight simulator training and courses in Miami, Fla., and Mexico for its pilots. Under the agreement, Airbus will provide more than 25,000 flight-training hours for 500 total... Read More »
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March 2, 2007
From Avionics Today
Following several production delays, parcel giant UPS cancelled its order for 10 freighter versions of the Airbus A380. The move leaves Airbus with no firm orders for the freighter version of the jumbo aircraft. UPS said the final cancellation decision will be formally presented to Airbus on the... Read More »
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March 3, 2008
From Aircraft Value News
Bombardier Product has Potential to Erode Existing Residuals The dithering appears to be finally over and Bombardier have taken a major step towards offering a product that breaks away from the regional mold and enters the mainstream market, potentially impacting the residuals of existing 100-130... Read More »
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June 11, 2009
From Aviation Today
The last Paris Air Show was all about being green and, while that will remain a major theme of the biennial aviation show which kicks off next week, this year s show will be all about seeing red with losses dripping from almost every balance sheet, now compounded by rising oil prices. Still, the... Read More »
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June 3, 2014
From Rotor & Wing
The Swedish Maritime Administration (SMA) uses AgustaWestland AW139s for search and rescue operations. Photo courtesy of SMA, by Patrik Nilsson Back in November 2011, the Swedish Maritime Administration (SMA) decided that it would replace its Sikorsky S-76 search and rescue (SAR)... Read More »
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March 2, 2007
From Aviation Today
Following several production delays, parcel giant UPS cancelled its order for 10 freighter versions of the Airbus A380. The move leaves Airbus with no firm orders for the freighter version of the jumbo aircraft. UPS said the final cancellation decision will be formally presented to Airbus on the... Read More »
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November 1, 2014
From Rotor & Wing
Maintaining a PT6 turboshaft engine. Photo courtesy Pratt & Whitney Canada The bridge between a manufacturer simply supplying an engine to a customer versus committing to it with the operator was brought into the modern era by Rolls Royce s Power by the Hour (PBH) concept... Read More »
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August 1, 2011
From Aircraft Value News
Only a few weeks after the last issue of Aircraft Value News suggested that Boeing would opt for an all new design, Boeing flip-flops and seemingly decides on re-engining, thereby creating a measure of confusion for residual values. AMR... Read More »
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October 20, 2008
From Aviation Today
A faulty air data inertial reference unit (ADIRU) caused a Qantas Airbus A330-300 jetliner to plummet Oct. 7, injuring scores of passengers on a flight from Singapore to Perth, according to the Australian Transportation Safety Bureau (ATSB). The technical glitch was dubbed a "unique event," but... Read More »
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April 1, 2011
From Avionics Today
Anticipated for the past several years, the application of radio frequency identification (RFID) tags for component tracking on commercial aircraft is upon us, at least for tags that are "passive," or without an integral power supply. Work on battery-powered "active" tags has begun. This was the... Read More »
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April 8, 2015
From Aviation Today
As the helicopter fleet in the Asia-Pacific region has substantially increased in recent years, airframe and engine manufacturers have boosted their support in the region through their own An Airbus Helicopters EC225 in the Asia-Pacific region... Read More »
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September 1, 2006
From Avionics Today
Ultimately, aircraft operators want all the capabilities a technology can offer. With electronic flight bags, that would mean installing a Class 3 unit, as designated by FAA's Advisory Circular (AC) 120-76A, providing certification guidance. Fully integrated into the cockpit, Class 3 EFBs are... Read More »
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December 11, 2006
From Aircraft Value News
Further Rise In B787 Values Will Be Hard To Reverse With some 450 orders for various members of the B787 family, the competition to the newly launched A350XWB will prove difficult to overcome. While design details remain elusive, the A350XWB appears to offer the type of improvements over the... Read More »
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March 7, 2014
From Aviation Today
Gulf Air Promotes Middle East Hub at Bahrain Airshow Gulf Air Airbus A330-300. Courtesy of Airbus. Bahrain national carrier Gulf Air signed a number of fleet maintenance and improvement agreements, totaling $150 million, at the... Read More »
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August 18, 2008
From Aircraft Value News
With the inability to secure efficiency mid sized capacity from Boeing, operators have increasingly turned to the A330-300. Airbus may be selling A330-300s at a higher than desirable discount, not least because of the order quantities, but sales are nonetheless brisk with Emirates being the latest... Read More »
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November 1, 2014
From Aviation Today
Maintaining a PT6 turboshaft engine. Photo courtesy Pratt & Whitney Canada The bridge between a manufacturer simply supplying an engine to a customer versus committing to it with the operator was brought into the modern era by Rolls Royce s Power by the Hour (PBH) concept... Read More »
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April 7, 2003
From Aircraft Value News
Despite the arrival of the A340-600 and a modest upgrade to the -300, values of the existing -300 continue to see a measure of stability, not least because of the lack of appetite among U.S. carriers. The long-range capability of the A340-300 has to date provided a measure of success for Airbus... Read More »
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October 1, 2009
From Avionics Today
Honeywell Display Combines Synthetic Terrain, Enhanced Vision Honeywell Aerospace reports it is close to productionizing a combined synthetic vision, enhanced vision display that will support lower landing minima in a head-down display. In a briefing in Phoenix in September, Sergio Cecutta... Read More »
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February 1, 2006
From Avionics Today
First Public RNP Approach On Dec. 20, 2005, FAA demonstrated to the press the first public U.S. required navigation performance (RNP) approach--at Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA). Alaska Airlines started employing the RNP 0.11 special aircraft and aircrew authorization required (SAAAR)... Read More »
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