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May 1, 2013
From Avionics Today
The transition to light emitting diode (LED) lighting technology on aircraft is nearly complete, at least for new platforms. While some cost and technology issues remain, the advanced lighting systems can now be used almost everywhere from cockpit displays to landing lights to mood lighting in the... 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 1, 2009
From Avionics Today
With the introduction of high-speed data communications for the cockpit and the continuing evolution of advanced in-flight entertainment systems in the cabin, avionics connector manufacturers and standards-setting bodies working to define specifications have rarely had more on their plate. "The... 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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May 1, 2011
From Avionics Today
BUSINESS/GA iPad2 Flight Test Jeppesen announced in March that it completed rapid decompression testing of an Apple iPad 2 tablet computer. The test was completed to an altitude of 51,000 feet, proving the integrity of the iPad 2 in the event of sudden cabin pressure loss, the company said. Last... Read More »
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May 17, 2004
From Aircraft Value News
The values of the B747-300 have fallen by nearly 75 percent over the last four years. The problems experienced by many international carriers since the late 1990s have left the -300 isolated and vulnerable. While a few carriers have retained some -300s longer than previously planned, others have... 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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February 1, 2008
From Avionics Today
Few other components in aerospace have changed as little as connectors have over the years. However, the connector has been roused from its slumber by the introduction of new aircraft Boeing s 787 Dreamliner, in particular and by the revolution in high-speed, high-bandwidth data transfer. As a... Read More »
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September 8, 2008
From Aviation Today
Emergency Airworthiness Directive (EAD). MD Helicopters MD-500 and 600N. There have been two incidents of impaired directional control. This impaired directional control occurred after the Vertical Stabilizer Control System (VSCS) circuit breakers were pulled in accordance with EAD 2008-18-51. EAD... Read More »
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June 16, 2003
From Aircraft Value News
The approval of an order for 100 KV-767A tankers, based on the B767-200ER by the U.S. Department of Defense and due for delivery between 2006 and 2011, will do nothing to reverse the decline in values of the commercial variant or raise the prospect of further commercial orders. The 100 tankers, in... Read More »
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September 1, 2011
From Avionics Today
For automated test equipment (ATE) developers, addressing complexity is their specialty. It is no simple chore to keep the systems on a variety of legacy and new military aircraft bristling with latest technologies fit for service in an ever-changing operational environment. Along with a dose of... Read More »
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November 13, 2006
From Aircraft Value News
As of the mid-year the recovery in narrowbody rentals seemed complete. Yet pressure on rentals remains as operators clamor for additional capacity. There is now an expectation that rates for most narrowbodies still in production have yet to peak. The fall in the price of fuel may not be sufficient... Read More »
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October 1, 2008
From Aviation Today
Shannon Aerospace is hardly alone in its goal to eliminate waste in aircraft maintenance. But it may well have taken the quest to a new level. View Tom Caffrey s business card on one side and it shows him to be "head of quality, training, safety and continuous improvement" at Shannon Aerospace... Read More »
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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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November 15, 2010
From Aviation Today
Boeing halted test flights of its 787 Dreamliner on Nov. 10, a day after an onboard fire forced an emergency landing. Company officials said smoke had entered the cabin from electronics equipment, forcing the plane to make an emergency landing in Texas. Forty-two engineers and crew members were... Read More »
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December 20, 2004
From Aviation Today
Here's paradox for you: a raging blaze next to a pipe for draining water, which can quench a fire, came very close to burning its way out of a cargo hold. Here's corrective action for you: replace water line heater tapes with immersion heaters, and clean out all the detritus, crud, grease, lint... Read More »
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July 1, 2002
From Avionics Today
The X-45A unmanned combat air vehicle (UCAV) technology demonstration aircraft completed its first flight in late May at NASA s Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, Calif. The 14-minute flight reached an airspeed of 195 knots and an altitude of 7,500 feet. The first flight of the... Read More »
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May 1, 2006
From Avionics Today
Flight Simulators Minneapolis-based Aerosim Technologies has started production of an Airbus A319/A320 flight management system trainer (FMST), virtual flight deck (VFD) and virtual procedure trainer (VPT) for an undisclosed U.S. airline. The carrier will use the FMST and VFD, desktop training... Read More »
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March 22, 2004
From Aircraft Value News
A sufficient proportion of the excess newer widebodies could be reabsorbed back into the fleet, offering the potential for an increase in some values. The increase in international traffic, notwithstanding the shortfall in U.S. travelers due the weak dollar, is of sufficient magnitude to allow... Read More »
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April 1, 2009
From Aviation Today
As Jim Worsham pages through his flip charts showing Southern California Logistics Airport s (SCLA s) plans for expansion, it becomes clear that the former Air Force base where he works is poised to become a major air cargo hub and, potentially, principal aircraft maintenance and modification... Read More »
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