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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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November 15, 2004
From Aircraft Value News
The firm order from Air Berlin and Niki Luftfahrt for 70 A320s and options for 40 more provide clear evidence that values for this family of aircraft should continue to ease upward as demand outstrips supply and early delivery slots become more elusive. The joint order from the Air Berlin (due to... 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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June 19, 2006
From Aviation Today
Engine/nacelle: Notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) -- Airbus A300 airplanes, equipped with General Electric CF6-50 series engines. June 8, 2006 FR Doc. E6-8900 Docket No. FAA-2006-24958 This proposed AD would require modifying the airplane and the engine/nacelle to install a third line of... Read More »
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September 5, 2005
From Aircraft Value News
Values of Newer Aircraft Types on the Up In the current climate of high fuel prices, the values of newer aircraft types that offer greater fuel efficiency have risen further over the last six months. There is a growing disparity between supply and demand. While there was an imbalance in favor of... Read More »
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November 15, 2004
From Aircraft Value News
Despite having only entered service during the course of the last six months, the -300ER has already established itself as one of the most attractive widebodies on the market, following the success of the B777-200ER. The twin-engine design coincided with the development of much more reliable... Read More »
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August 1, 2008
From Avionics Today
Before June 18, I was fond of saying that one of the main beneficiaries of the contested KC-X tanker contract was The Washington Post. After Boeing filed a protest with the Government Accountability Office (GAO) over the $35 billion-plus contract award to Northrop Grumman and EADS, the newspaper... 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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August 22, 2005
From Aviation Today
Action & Date Posted on Federal Register Aug. 9 Final rule FR Doc 05-15584 Docket No. FAA-2005-21184 AD 2005-16-06 Safety of emergency equipment Summary of Situation Boeing model 747-100, -200, -300 and -400 airplanes. Requires modification of escape slides to prevent actuation delays, which... Read More »
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September 13, 2010
From Aviation Today
A Bellevue, WA woman has filed a lawsuit against American Airlines in federal court, alleging that she was traumatized during a September 2008 cross country flight and remains so today. The lawsuit, which seeks no specific damages, was filed in U.S. District Court in Seattle. A spokeswoman for... 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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April 17, 2006
From Aviation Today
Fuel tank explosions: Supplemental notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) --Boeing 757 airplanes. April 4, 2006 FR Doc. E6-4827 Docket No. FAA-2005-20689 The original NPRM would have required, for certain airplanes, reworking the spar bonding path and reapplying sealant; and, for certain other... Read More »
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October 3, 2005
From Aviation Today
Note particularly the emergency airworthiness directive of Aug. 29 and the request for comment on the security initiative of Sept. 21. Flight control safety: Emergency airworthiness directive ? Boeing B777-200, -300 and -300ER Aug. 29, AD 2005-18-51 Requires installing previous air data inertial... 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 1, 2004
From Rotor & Wing
The Canadian government has selected the S-92 over AgustaWestland's EH101 Cormorant for its maritime replacement helicopter. The announcement was made July 23. Final contracts will be signed this fall and the first helicopter must be delivered no later than 2008. Deliveries thereafter are to... 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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July 1, 2005
From Rotor & Wing
Sikorsky Vows to Break `Pure Helicopter' Sound Barrier Sikorsky is challenging the conventional thinking that a rotorcraft cannot be built to exceed 200-kt. cruise speed without sacrificing the abilities that make a helicopter unique and valuable. "Today's top cruise speeds of 150-170 kt. are only... 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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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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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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