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June 1, 2006
From Rotor & Wing
Insurance Tumult Means Consumer Gains, Problems for Safety Initiatives Insurance companies will soon be fighting for helicopter operators' business, driving premiums down and pumping more underwriting dollars into the market, according a top aviation insurance broker. Larry Mattiello, president of... Read More »
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April 7, 2014
From Avionics Today
Kuwait Air Force Receives First C-17 Globemaster III Kuwait C-17 III Globemaster. Photo: Boeing. Boeing delivered Kuwait s first C-17 Globemaster III airlifter, designed to expand the Kuwait Air Force s military and civilian... Read More »
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January 29, 2009
From Aviation Today
The U.S. aerospace industry is showing resiliency in trying economic times, ending 2008 with modest growth and expecting to continue prospering this year, according to the U.S. Aerospace Industries Association (AIA). But AIA President and CEO Marion Blakey added: these are extraordinary economic... Read More »
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March 3, 2008
From Aviation Today
The dithering appears to be finally over and Bombardier has taken a major step towards offering a product that breaks away from the regional mold and enters the mainstream market, potentially impacting the residuals of existing 100- to 130-seat mainstream products of Airbus and Boeing, according... Read More »
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September 3, 2009
From Aviation Today
Boeing President and Chief Executive Jim McNerney stood his ground yesterday in the face of a frank grilling by analysts attending the Morgan Stanley Global Industrials Unplugged Conference in New York, outlining the mistakes the company has made but noting the significant milestones in the 787... Read More »
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November 1, 2003
From Aviation Today
At the 2003 NBAA Convention, Honeywell released its annual forecast for the business aviation market. Not surprisingly, the forecast is conservative, although it does project eventual growth, beginning ina couple of years. There are signs that economic recovery is underway in the U.S. and this... Read More »
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March 24, 2003
From Aircraft Value News
Long term residual value projections for the current crop of mid size widebodies remain in a state of flux as both Airbus and Boeing consider replacement options. Though Boeing is preoccupied with the lack of demand from its core domestic market, and smarting from the greater delivery rate of... Read More »
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February 6, 2006
From Aviation Today
After two years of research, planning and marketing, Bombardier [BBD] last week decided to put its proposed narrow-body mainliner, the CSeries, on hold. Instead, the Canadian airframe manufacturer will plow money set aside for the CSeries into improving its current regional jet offerings and its... Read More »
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December 1, 2011
From Avionics Today
Expanded NextGen Text Bed Opens in Florida FAA, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and industry partners on Nov. 7 marked the opening of an expanded Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) Test Bed in Daytona Beach, Fla., designed to provide a forum to test and demonstrate how these... Read More »
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November 1, 2013
From Avionics Today
Teledyne Controls manufactures a range of data acquisition units covering the commercial, regional, military and business aircraft markets. Like it has in many other industries, big data has taken hold in aviation. Boeing engineers report that on... Read More »
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March 1, 2009
From Rotor & Wing
Countries continue to scramble in order to supply troops in Iraq and Afghanistan with necessary search and rescue, attack and utility helicopters. The availability of medium- and heavy-lift helicopters for U.K. military operations has been a pressing issue since Great Britain began military... Read More »
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July 1, 2011
From Rotor & Wing
Boeing Boeing s A160T (Hummingbird) unmanned aerial system (UAS) has been cleared to continue flying following an accident in Belize that ended the aircraft s flights and testing of the DARPA Forester multiple canopy foliage-penetrating radar. The radar was designed to track targets on... Read More »
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February 1, 2007
From Avionics Today
The overall adoption of high-speed, or broadband, Internet service is growing. According to a Pew study, 42 percent of Americans had broadband at home in March 2006, up 40 percent from the year before. Airborne broadband is a somewhat slower-growing phenomenon, but that may change soon. The... Read More »
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March 24, 2010
From Aviation Today
The firm order for 40 Bombardier CS300s and 40 options - increases the pressure on Airbus and Boeing to develop an upgrade to existing products but such a move is beginning to raises concerns that current residual value forecasts for the existing A320/B737NG families may need to be reduced. The... Read More »
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February 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
A third, and perhaps the most significant, revision to an ARINC standard is being hammered out by the Airline Electronic Engineering Committee's (AEEC's) Aircraft Network and File Server (ANFS) subcommittee. "Security is very important and a difficult subject to work with," says Paul Prisaznuk... Read More »
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September 4, 2014
From Avionics Today
[Avionics Today 09-04-2014] Airlines and operators based in China are projected to require 6,020 new aircraft worth $870 billion over the next two decades, according to the latest annual China Current Market Outlook (CMO) from Boeing. The world's largest commercial airframe manufacturer has... Read More »
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February 1, 2012
From Avionics Today
MILITARY Curtiss-Wright Division Curtiss-Wright Controls announced the formation of a Defense Solutions business group, combining its Embedded Computing and Electronics Systems businesses to better address the industry s need for more cost-efficient commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) systems. The new... Read More »
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September 16, 2011
From Aviation Today
The Boeing Class 3 Electronic Flight Bag (EFB), with hardware provided by Astronautics Corporation of American, was flown on the freighter version of the 747-8, The freighter version of the Boeing 747-8, which includes the Astronautics EFB as an option, completed its final certification flight... Read More »
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October 16, 2006
From Aircraft Value News
Delays & Resignations Undermine Confidence The doubling of the delay to the service entry of the A380 to two years has significant implications for not only residual values of the new leviathan but also existing and future programs. By 2004, Airbus had seemingly finally broken the stranglehold of... Read More »
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October 16, 2006
From Aviation Today
Helios Crash Report Highlights Hypoxia Born Of Human Error Akrivos Tsolakis, head of Greece's National Aviation Safety Board, has now passed his 230 page report on the August 2005 Helios 737 tragedy to the Greek and Cypriot governments. As expected, human error looms large in the report. However... Read More »
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