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February 1, 2010
From Avionics Today
Seletar Aerospace Park, located in the northeast region of Singapore, will include a 5,500-foot runway, aircraft parking areas and an aeroengine run-up bay. Developers expect the 300-hectare industrial park to contribute S$3.3 billion in annual output by 2018. Illustration courtesy Singapore... Read More »
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March 1, 2004
From Rotor & Wing
Mideast nations are proving to be growing markets for civil , public-service, and paramilitary helicopter applications. The helicopter has Long served primarily as a military aircraft in the Middle East. It is now branching out into more civil and paramilitary uses, ranging from executive... Read More »
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October 1, 2008
From Rotor & Wing
MILITARY The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency intends to award a sole-source contract to Boeing for continued development of a "disc rotor" aircraft. The DiscRotor concept is an aircraft with a relatively small, hub-mounted disc that can extend rotor blades to affect vertical flight... Read More »
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October 30, 2006
From Aircraft Value News
Current and residual values of the B787-8 appear to be on the rise again after Airbus continue to dally with the launch date for the A350. While there is little doubt that Airbus will recover its reputation as a viable competitor to Boeing in the widebody segment of the market in the coming years... Read More »
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October 1, 2007
From Aviation Today
PAS is RIDP Facility PAS Technologies is the first Repair Item Detail Program (RIDP) repair facility to use Derco Aerospace s F100 supply chain management agreement with Pratt & Whitney. Derco can supply F100 spares on a just-in-time basis. Under the agreement, Derco is responsible for procuring... Read More »
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June 1, 2009
From Aviation Today
In the current downturn, various links in the supply chain are in tension as they struggle to maximize profit. When the cloud lifts, what shape will the system be in? It all depends on how companies are addressing their problems today. The commercial aviation supply chain is under pressure from... Read More »
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October 31, 2012
From Aviation Today
Recently appointed Apache program Col. Jeff Hager confirmed during last week s AUSA the U.S. Army s annual gathering in Washington, D.C. that the Apache AH-64 Block III attack helicopter would now be officially known as the AH-64E (Echo). During a briefing, Hager pointed to the Aug. 9, 2012... Read More »
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October 19, 2009
From Aviation Today
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has proposed fines totaling $9.2 million against US Airways and United Airlines for operating planes that did not comply with FAA safety directives or the airlines' own maintenance procedures. US Airways faces a $5.4 million civil penalty for operating... Read More »
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January 23, 2007
From Avionics Today
Boeing picked up a $15 million contract to develop the V-22 Hydraulic Automated Test System (VHATS) to support the Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft. Boeing said the system will provide advanced dynamic testing for servo-cylinder linear and rotational actuators as well as other aircraft... Read More »
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June 25, 2007
From Aircraft Value News
The market for newer widebodies remains sufficiently strong as to allow values a measure of further improvement. Virgin and British Airways have announced their intention to start business-only operations. While some aircraft may be switched from existing services, they may face a delay in... Read More »
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March 7, 2010
From Aviation Today
The first flight of the Boeing B-747-8F on Feb. 8, some 41 years after the original B-747 first flew in 1970, represents a major boost for Boeing coming on the heels of the B-787. But with the airfreight market having contracted by more than ten percent in 2009 there exists limited appetite for... Read More »
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January 16, 2008
From Aviation Today
Boeing delayed until the second quarter the first flight of the 787 Dreamliner, saying the manufacturer needs more time to assemble the first plane. The first flight, which was set for the first quarter, is now slated for the end of the second quarter. Deliveries are now expected to begin in early... Read More »
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December 20, 2016
From Avionics Today
T-X first flight. Photo: Boeing [Avionics Today 12-20-2016] Boeing and Saab have completed the first flight of their all-new T-X aircraft, which is designed specifically for the U.S. Air Force s training requirements. T-X is Boeing and Saab s bid to replace the Air Force s aging T-38... 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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April 1, 2008
From Aviation Today
Boeing s CH-47 program is off and running in 2008, with a range of international prospects on the horizon. "The pipeline s pretty full," Boeing Program Manager Ken Eland told Rotor & Wing. "You can pretty much pick a country that has helicopters and we re talking to them." The F-model Chinooks... Read More »
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July 1, 2000
From Avionics Today
For rescue forces in search of a downed airliner, signals from an emergency locator transmitter (ELT) can help save lives. For air accident investigators, memories in flight data and cockpit voice recorders (FDRs and CVRs) help reconstruct tragic events. Yet while ELTs, FDRs and CVRs on today s... Read More »
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February 4, 2008
From Aircraft Value News
The capacity of the B747-300 would seem to offer a means of escape for those failing to secure short-term capacity, yet the inefficiency of the type means that there is little interest. The problems experienced by many international carriers since the late 1990s has left the -300 isolated and... Read More »
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February 15, 2010
From Aviation Today
The UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch's (AAIB) final report on the Jan 2008 crash of a twin-engine British Airways Boeing 777 while landing at London Heathrow Airport concludes that an "unrecognized icing problem at the time" caused the accident. The AAIB's final report remains faithful to... Read More »
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December 19, 2005
From Aviation Today
Flight control safety: Notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) - Embraer EMB-145 series airplanes Dec. 7 FR Doc 05-23702 Docket No. FAA-2005-23145 Requires repetitive inspections and terminating action to prevent cracking or breaking of fittings to the aileron power control unit (PCA), which can... Read More »
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October 31, 2012
From Rotor & Wing
Recently appointed Apache program Col. Jeff Hager confirmed during last week s AUSA the U.S. Army s annual gathering in Washington, D.C. that the Apache AH-64 Block III attack helicopter would now be officially known as the AH-64E (Echo). During a briefing, Hager pointed to the Aug. 9, 2012... Read More »
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