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February 7, 2005
From Aircraft Value News
Current & Residual Values Based on Minimum Production Run Boeing's [BA] decision to finally axe the B717 after years of uncertainty has drawn a line under values of the beleaguered aircraft. Current and residual value projections for the B717 have mostly been calculated on the basis of an assumed... Read More »
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January 6, 2014
From Aviation Today
Boeing is on pace to be the top airframe manufacturer for a second consecutive year, delivering 648 commercial aircraft which is enough to beat the Airbus target of 620 for 2013, according to a statement released Monday, Jan. 6. At the Dubai Airshow, flyDubai placed an order for 100 737 MAXs and... Read More »
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November 18, 2013
From Aviation Today
The Dubai Airshow saw the largest product launch in commercial airliner history Sunday, with Boeing receiving agreements for 259 of its new 777X twin-aisle jets, representing a combined value of $95 billion. Photo: Boeing Four airlines across Europe and the Middle East committed to the 777X... Read More »
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December 22, 2014
From Avionics Today
[Avionics Today 12-22-2014] GE Aviation s Common Core System (CCS) will lay the avionics computing groundwork for Boeing s 777X, the companies announced early last week. With production set to begin in 2017 and initial deliveries planned for 2020, the 777X CCS design is still in development, but... Read More »
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June 18, 2009
From Aviation Today
While conventional wisdom is that a new commercial aircraft in the 150-seat class will not enter service much before 2020, Canada's Bombardier is pushing ahead with its CSeries entry in the more-than-100-passengers market and Brazilian manufacturer Embraer continues to mull a response to perceived... Read More »
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October 1, 2013
From Avionics Today
A NTSB photo of the burned auxiliary power unit (APU) battery from a Japan Airlines Boeing 787 that caught fire in January. When I finished the first Avionics article on the Boeing 787 battery problems (Avionics, June 2013, pg. 34), I found I still had too many... Read More »
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July 11, 2005
From Aircraft Value News
The strong demand for narrowbodies - and the Boeing [BA] B737-700 in particular - has boosted the values and lease rentals of this aircraft, possibly to their peak. Even though the market still focuses on the successful B737-800, the -700 has quietly established a solid market base, albeit partly... Read More »
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August 1, 2002
From Avionics Today
After the collapse of the Soviet Union during the dawn of the1990s, the U.S. Air Force decided to convert its B-1B nuclear bombers to a conventional warfare role. The planes were developed in the 1970s and may continue service for another 30 to 35 years. So, nearly 10 years ago, the service... Read More »
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May 1, 2001
From Avionics Today
A new electro-hydrostatic flight control and power system, intended for the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF), promises to revolutionize fly-by-wire technology. Calling it "power-by-wire," the Lockheed Martin JSF team developed the system and flew it on a U.S. Air Force F-16 as part of the Joint Strike... Read More »
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February 1, 2007
From Avionics Today
ATC Investment Dims Outlook The pace of air traffic control (ATC) modernization represents one of the risk factors compromising an otherwise rosy outlook for the U.S. aerospace industry, says the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA). Delivering AIA s annual year-end review and forecast speech... Read More »
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January 1, 2006
From Avionics Today
In the prehistoric days of avionics manufacturing--say, 10 years ago--suppliers worked under a build-to-print model. Airframe manufacturers such as Boeing, Airbus and Bombardier gave them a system control document that spelled out requirements for functionality in individual systems, and suppliers... Read More »
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December 1, 2007
From Aviation Today
Electronic flight bags (EFBs) may be on the verge of making a more effective business case for fleet wide adoption. Plus a new logging feature offers a proactive, real-time link between flight and maintenance operations. You don t expect to find a 50-pound "brick" aboard commercial aircraft, but... Read More »
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July 23, 2007
From Aircraft Value News
The B777-200ER remains in demand such that values remain relatively stable. The expansion of the customer base and on-going popularity has persuaded financial institutions to participate in sale and leasebacks and other financing instruments. However, over the course of the last four years, the... Read More »
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January 1, 2003
From Avionics Today
It probably is appropriate that this industry forecast is being written several weeks after Halloween. As we look down the shadowy lane of 2003, a year predicted to be economically flat for the civil aviation market, we see light glimmering in distant 2004. But we also are mindful of an ominous... Read More »
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February 1, 2004
From Aviation Today
Late last November, Air France Industries began the process of transferring its Toulouse, France maintenance facilities from the old location in Montaudran to a more modern one in Blagnac, finishing the move by the end of the year. A $48-million investment, the new facility covers 290,000 square... Read More »
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July 1, 2007
From Avionics Today
As the U.S. military moved out of the shadows of the Cold War and into the global war on terror, it became apparent that new tactics and technologies would be needed to prevail against an adversary that doesn t adhere to traditional combat roles. As operations in Iraq have demonstrated, soldiers... Read More »
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June 1, 2006
From Avionics Today
At A Glance: As part of a wider issue focusing on the future Overall ATM/communications, navigation and surveillance (CNS) Target Architecture (OATA), Eurocontrol has released an avionics study targeting three time frames: now-to-2007, 2007-2011 and... Read More »
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January 1, 2008
From Avionics Today
Industry fortunes can be fickle. Airlines once again are profitable. Airframers are experiencing record orders and healthy backlogs. Enabling technologies for safer, more precise and efficient operations are being implemented in Europe, Asia and North America. Then there s the flip side. Last... Read More »
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July 11, 2005
From Aviation Today
Note the actions resulting from SFAR 88 fuel system safety reviews Action & Date Posted on Federal Register June 22 Final rule FR Doc 05-12000 Docket no. FAA-2004-19754 AD 2005-13-02 Hydraulics and pressurization (admittedly, a unique combination, but read on) Summary of Situation Bombardier Model... Read More »
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November 1, 2008
From Avionics Today
Primus Epic Suite Lets Helicopter Pilots Be Flight Managers Honeywell wants to promote pilots of advanced helicopters to the same status long enjoyed by their fixed-wing brethren: flight manager as opposed to aircraft driver. Not that there s anything wrong with hands-on flying; it s just that... Read More »
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