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August 23, 2004
From Aviation Today
Note that just the four problems in this table affect more than 6,000 airplanes worldwide. Date posted on Federal Register and Document Type Summary of Situation Action Date & Comments Aug. 6 Notice of Proposed Rulemaking... Read More »
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October 1, 2006
From Avionics Today
At A Glance: Despite the demise of Connexion, there is still demand for broadband and near- broadband connectivity. We discuss: Service providers, including Inmarsat, ARINC, OnAir, AeroMobile, Satcom Direct and AirCell; and Equipment... Read More »
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June 13, 2011
From Aviation Today
The largest airline in Finland became the first commercial carrier to develop crew schedules using a new Jeppesen fatigue risk management functionality. The Boeing subsidiary announced June 6 that Finnair has integrated this system with its Crew Management solution suite to mitigate fatigue among... 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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December 6, 2010
From Aircraft Value News
AerCap LoI for B737NG Enhanced Suggests -800E Will Remain Competitive In reversing an earlier hiatus on ordering new narrowbodies, AerCap has signed a Letter of Intent for up to 15 B737-800 Enhanced aircraft indicating that the lessor considers that the Boeing offering will remain competitive... Read More »
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July 27, 2009
From Aviation Today
A product liability lawsuit currently pending against Boeing alleges that potential toxic fumes are entering and circulating in the passenger cabin of commercial transports. Terry Williams, a former American Airlines flight attendant, says she has suffered chronic migraines, balance and vision... Read More »
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August 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
Diamond DA40 Approval The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded Garmin International a supplemental type certificate for Diamond Aircraft Co.'s DA40 Diamond Star. Diamond is now authorized to deliver DA40s with Garmin's G1000 integrated avionics system, making the aircraft the first... Read More »
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July 1, 2004
From Rotor & Wing
The U.S. Army has established the $1.6-Billion Reset program to overhaul its war-torn aircraft. By John R. Guardiano For U.S. military pilots and maintainers, the war in Iraq and Afghanistan is just the beginning. And the biggest problem, really, is not al Qaeda-led insurgencies. Rather, it s the... Read More »
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September 8, 2014
From Aviation Today
A Transaero Airlines flight. Photo: Wikipedia [Avionics Today 09-08-14] Transaero Airlines has announced customer usage of its In-Flight Connectivity (IFC) system from the first six months of 2014. In the first half of the year, passengers sent more than 1.5 million in-flight texts and... Read More »
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October 1, 2010
From Avionics Today
Earlier this year, FAA awarded six contracts to industry teams under the Systems Engineering 2020 (SE2020) program. The SE2020 portfolio of contracts, with an estimated value of about $6.4 billion over 10 years, has been described as the largest set of awards in FAA history. Overall, the purpose... Read More »
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August 30, 2010
From Rotor & Wing
European Air Group s Annual Personnel CJPRS Course Heads For Germany The next European Air Group Combined Joint Personnel Recovery Standardization (CJPRS) course will be conducted at Lechfeld airbase, southern Germany, from 15-30 September 2010. The German Air Force s LTC Uwe Schleimer (JPR-1) is... Read More »
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April 27, 2009
From Aircraft Value News
New China Southern B777Fs Head to Desert Storage The decision by Boeing to cut back widebody production in 2010 underlines the severity of the situation for values. Through to the end 2008, widebodies appeared to be avoiding the cutbacks in capacity being suffered by narrowbodies. The last four... Read More »
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September 1, 2010
From Rotor & Wing
Boeing s newest Chinook program hit the century mark in July with rollout of the 100th CH-47F. The F model Chinook first flew in April 2005, became operational in mid-2007, and has proven to have exceptional reliability and combat sustainability in Iraq and Afghanistan, according to LTG William... Read More »
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July 27, 2009
From Aviation Today
A product liability lawsuit currently pending against Boeing alleges that potential toxic fumes are entering and circulating in the passenger cabin of commercial transports. Terry Williams, a former American Airlines flight attendant, says she has suffered chronic migraines, balance and vision... 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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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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January 10, 2005
From Aircraft Value News
Though not yet officially launched, the indicated list price of the Airbus A350 is higher than that of the Boeing [BA] B7E7, suggesting that Airbus' level of discounting will be significant. Airbus expects to launch the A350 in the first quarter of this year. The list price of the B7E7 is... 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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December 1, 2008
From Aviation Today
Machinists Back to Work Following a 58-day strike by the Intl Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM) union, around 27,000 Boeing employees returned to their jobs on Nov. 2. The stoppage resulted from a contract dispute that was settled with a new four-year contract that includes... Read More »
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December 12, 2011
From Aviation Today
Boeing and Etihad Airways announced an order for 10 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners and two Boeing 777 Freighters. Valued at a combined $2.8 billion at current list prices, this order will make Etihad the world's largest airline customer of the 787-9. Etihad has a total of 41 787s on order. The order... Read More »
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