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April 26, 2013
From Aviation Today
Polish national carrier LOT is resuming flights for its two grounded Boeing 787s in June, following FAA approval of Boeing's redesigned lithium-ion battery system. (LOT Polish Airlines 787. Photo, courtesy of Boeing.) The worldwide fleet of 787s has been grounded since Jan. 16, following... Read More »
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September 1, 2005
From Avionics Today
All-Glass Kit Plane As reported in our June 2005 issue (page 13) Piper Cubs are being fitted with "glass cockpits." Now kit planes are, too. Paul Echlin, a Boeing 747 pilot with Cathay Pacific Airways, has purchased a Murphy SR3500 Moose kit plane and is having dual 10-inch liquid crystal displays... 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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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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November 23, 2009
From Aircraft Value News
There are now only 36 -300s remaining in service and it is little wonder that values are at rock bottom levels. The problems experienced by many international carriers since the late 1990s has left the -300 isolated and vulnerable. In the late 1980s the prospects for all widebodies were seen as... Read More »
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November 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
FAA's AGHME In preparation for the Jan. 20, 2005, deadline for domestic reduced vertical separation minimum (DRVSM), the FAA Tech Center in Atlantic City, N.J., is completing the development of its Aircraft Geometric Height Measurement Element (AGHME). The ground-based system is meant to detect... Read More »
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May 1, 2004
From Aviation Today
Sabreliner Celebrates 20 Years In just two short decades Sabreliner Corporation has grown from a small aircraft maintenance and modification business to becoming, with the addition of Midcoast Aviation, one of the true corporate aircraft MRO powerhouses in the Midwest. "The success we have enjoyed... Read More »
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March 1, 2015
From Rotor & Wing
A Chinook lifts underslung a 7,540 pound 777 howitzer during an exercise at altitude taking place around Fort Carson, Colo. in August 2014. Photo courtesy of Boeing Carrying an underslung load has been, and will continue to be, one of the mainstays of military logistical movement... Read More »
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August 1, 2011
From Avionics Today
AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT Grizzle Tapped for ATO FAA s Chief Counsel David Grizzle has been tapped to lead the agency s Air Traffic Organization (ATO), Administrator Randy Babbitt announced July 7. Grizzle will replace Hank Krakowski, who stepped down from the chief operating officer spot following a... 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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March 22, 2010
From Aviation Today
Boeing 777 Software. The FAA wants new software installed on Boeing 777s to prevent crew from inadvertently engaging the autopilot before takeoff. The problem can result in a high-speed rejected takeoff and increase the chance of a runway overrun. Boeing says the problem is rare -- just nine... 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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November 17, 2008
From Aviation Today
Date Aircraft Type Narrative Death/Injury Remarks Sept 06, 2008 Muzino Village, Russia Robinson R-44 RA-04180 Four-place R-44 crashed in a wildlife preserve under unknown circumstances. ... Read More »
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April 1, 2005
From Avionics Today
Existing airborne radars can detect and track moving ground vehicles and aircraft. Now the U.S. Air Force is developing the first airborne surveillance radar capable of detecting and tracking low-flying cruise missiles. And despite budget uncertainties, the development program is on schedule. Two... 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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April 1, 2005
From Avionics Today
STASYS Acquisition Lockheed Martin Corp. has completed the acquisition of UK-based STASYS Ltd. The firm, which specializes in network communications and defense interoperability, will bring to Lockheed Martin its experience in tactical data link integration, modeling and simulation, and air... Read More »
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October 12, 2009
From Aircraft Value News
With the aviation industry needing to deliver on a target of halving aircraft emissions by 2050, the move towards an interim solution for more efficient narrowbodies draws ever closer, making it necessary to continually re-assess residual value forecasts. A radical solution to reduced fuel... Read More »
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September 1, 2012
From Avionics Today
Boeing said its Reconfigurable Transportable Consolidated Automated Support System supports 639 different Units Under Test (UUT) and is set to host more than 750 UUTs. Pressed by tight budgets and program delays, the military is increasingly looking to upgrade and extend... Read More »
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February 1, 2005
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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May 16, 2005
From Aircraft Value News
No Evidence of Surge in New Values Despite Record Production Plans The potential for a 25 percent hike in Boeing [BA] B737 production points to a robust market and should provide more evidence that values are likely to exhibit further rises. But the conditions surrounding the production increase... Read More »
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