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March 26, 2007
From Aviation Today
A Case Of Unachievable Access When an aircraft enters heavy maintenance and something is removed, it's normal procedure for a job card to be raised to ensure that it is eventually replaced. That's been the law of the hangar jungle for decades now. But what if that item, although safety critical... Read More »
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October 1, 2015
From Avionics Today
The retrofit market is at the beginning of a very high activity period, as 2015 turns into 2016. If you re an avionics maker or an installment or repair shop that focuses on upgrading legacy aircraft, your services will be in high demand for the next 5 to 6 years. Nearly 60 percent of readers... 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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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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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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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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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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May 5, 2014
From Aircraft Value News
While the development of the B777X may be causing problems for Airbus with respect to the A350-1000, the new Boeing aircraft also increases the pressure on the B777-300ER in the coming years in terms of maintaining production. In 2013 Boeing delivered 79 B777-300ERs. The first three months of 2014... Read More »
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March 13, 2015
From Aviation Today
Boeing 777X, rendering. Photo: Boeing [Avionics Today 03-13-2015] Boeing has reached an agreement with Japanese partner Nabtesco to supply primary flight control actuation system on Boeing s new 777X airplane. Nabtesco, who currently supplies flight control surfaces on the 777, will... 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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June 1, 2008
From Avionics Today
The Army wants helicopter crews and ground troops to share real-time video and still imagery, text orders and situation reports, and graphical battle plans. The combat payoff could be dramatic. Boeing simulation studies show a networked Block III AH-64D Apache attack helicopter is three times more... Read More »
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February 21, 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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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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July 10, 2006
From Aviation Today
Aircraft Type Reference Effect Bombardier Model CL-600-2B19 (Regional Jet Series 100 & 440) Final AD 2006-12-21 New flap actuators, new checks and new operating limits - results from a number of... Read More »
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November 1, 2008
From Rotor & Wing
Even when the announcement was made that Bell Helicopter had won the Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter (ARH) contract in 2005, company insiders were skeptical of the rotorcraft giant s ability to deliver a militarized, single-engine 407 on time and under budget. Apparently, the skeptics were right... Read More »
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March 1, 2007
From Avionics Today
New types of aircraft operating procedures and concepts are influencing the development of flight management systems (FMS). As those technology-driven procedures evolve, avionics and airframe manufacturers say they are improving their products and adding new capabilities. The term FMS refers not... 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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September 6, 2004
From Aircraft Value News
The absence of an order for the B7E7 from Singapore Airlines (SIA), for now at least, makes it necessary to reconsider whether the new Boeing [BA] product will have a profound effect on medium-size widebody residual values, as some in the industry have suggested. SIA was expected to announce a... 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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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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