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April 22, 2014
From Aviation Today
A pilotless F-16 during flight. Photo: Boeing The U.S. Air Force expects the unmanned QF-16 to challenge fighter pilots and air defenders with a Full-Scale Aerial Target (FSAT) representative of a fourth-generation fighter threat. Like the QF-4 it will replace, the agile... Read More »
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October 3, 2011
From Aviation Today
With the first delivery of the 787 Dreamliner to Japanese airline, All-Nippon Airways (ANA) Sept. 26, aircraft manufacturer Boeing spent years at its Everett, Wash. facility to develop what they call a super-efficient airplane, however, how safe is recycled aircraft? Composite materials make up... Read More »
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September 1, 2005
From Aviation Today
If Missouri's motto is "Show Me," then New Mexico, or at least Albuquerque and the areas around the FAA Airworthiness Assurance NDI Validation Center at Sandia National Laboratories (AANC), should have the motto, "Prove It To Me," especially for those in the business of developing new tools... Read More »
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September 26, 2016
From Avionics Today
[Avionics Today 09-26-2016] The European Union (EU) has provided Airbus with almost $5 million in illegal launch aid through government subsidies, the World Trade Organization (WTO) ruled on Sept. 22. In pursuing a request from the U.S. government to investigate grants and government-provided... Read More »
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June 1, 2003
From Aviation Today
Air France Industries reports on how the maintenance burden has changed for the better thanks to updated design and maintainability features on the Airbus A340 and the Boeing 777. "On the A330/A340, Airbus has put efforts on simplifying maintenance right from design," said Régis Boniau, Air France... Read More »
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September 8, 2014
From Aircraft Value News
Boeing has yet to sell 11 early B787-8s that have been parked in Seattle for years despite likely offering significant discounts for the aircraft. With over 1,000 orders and more than 360 already delivered the B787 is on target to be an operational success though some estimates suggest that... Read More »
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July 28, 2009
From Aviation Today
With traditional sources of financing getting more and more dicey, airlines have to scramble to find cash and both Boeing and Airbus need to leap into the breach to help them get it, according to a top financial analyst. Mark Streeter, managing director and senior analyst, JP Morgan Credit... Read More »
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April 1, 2000
From Avionics Today
FlightSafety Boeing Fields B737 Flight Simulators FlightSafety Boeing Training International LLC intends to satisfy global demand for Next Generation B737 simulator training by delivering six new Next-Generation 737 full-flight simulators to training centers around the world. By the end of 2001... Read More »
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September 1, 2001
From Avionics Today
Every field has its "ultimate." In automobiles, Rolls-Royce offers the ultimate in luxury. Mount Everest is the ultimate challenge for mountain climbers. The ultimate in executive air travel would be converted widebodies like the Boeing 747, 777 and Airbus 340, along with the slightly more... Read More »
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June 1, 2009
From Avionics Today
As airlines consider adopting EFBs, it is often the benefit of one or more software applications that makes the difference in the business decision to go ahead with a significant capital expenditure. EFB software can reduce operating costs and boost productivity, and many hardware and software... Read More »
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June 1, 2007
From Aviation Today
Seattle is famous for three things: self-consciously hip musicians attired like lumberjacks; a citizenry infatuated with overpriced gourmet coffee; and, most importantly for our purposes, aircraft manufacturing. During a recent visit to this spectacularly scenic port city, I discussed today s... Read More »
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January 1, 2009
From Avionics Today
The recession in the global economy is casting a shadow over the airline industry and its growth potential for the coming year. Despite sharply lower oil prices, economic stagnation threatens airlines delicate balance sheets and could restrain avionics equipage plans. New avionics data links... Read More »
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May 2, 2005
From Aircraft Value News
The spending spree of Air Canada [AC.TO], previously involving a large number of regional jets and now a potential order for 78 Boeings, seems at odds with the dire fortunes predicted for the carrier only a few months ago when collapse was narrowly averted. The yet to be finalized order from Air... Read More »
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January 6, 2015
From Aviation Today
Airbus Helicopters X4. Graphic courtesy Airbus Helicopters While most major players in the helicopter industry are keeping their powder dry before revealing their future plans at the world s largest helicopter convention, Heli-Expo (March 2-5, Orlando, Fla.), there are a number of... Read More »
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July 1, 2001
From Avionics Today
Canadair 604 Avionics Updated Rockwell Collins recently received a Technical Standard Order (TSO) for a mid-life avionics upgrade package for the Bombardier Canadair Challenger 604 bizjet. Integration of the upgrade into production aircraft begins this summer. Updating the Canadair 604's Pro Line... Read More »
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November 1, 2013
From Aviation Today
Karem Aircraft is designing its TR36 technology demonstrator for the U.S. Army s Joint Multi-Role competition. Images courtesy of Karem Aircraft As soon as the U.S. Army s Aviation and Missile Research... Read More »
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April 1, 2002
From Avionics Today
Multimode recievers (MMRs), the high-integrity, multifunction navigation units installed on many air transport-class airplanes today, are expanding their scope. Driving this expansion are military aviation needs and the evolution of the National Airspace System (NAS). MMRs started with the... Read More »
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July 28, 2008
From Aviation Today
While all new aircraft must have fuel inerting systems, regional aircraft were exempt from retrofitting as part of the final rule issued last week which comes 12 years after TWA Flight 800 exploded off Long Island on July 17, 1996, killing all 230 people aboard the Boeing 747. The new rule issued... Read More »
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June 1, 2008
From Aviation Today
Now an independent company, this MRO plans to double its capacity, taking full advantage of a favorable geographic location. We sent our editor at large, Dave Jensen, to Turkey to learn about their plans for growth. Asked how his company can successfully compete against Europe s long-established... Read More »
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July 21, 2008
From Aviation Today
Twelve years after TWA Flight 800 exploded off Long Island on July 17, 1996, killing all 230 people aboard the Boeing 747, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued a final rule aimed at reducing the threat of fuel tank explosions aboard commercial transports. The National... Read More »
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