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August 8, 2005
From Aircraft Value News
Only A321-200 Values Dented by Boeing's Impending Launch The long-awaited launch of the Boeing [BA] B737-900ER is likely to result in only modestly performing residual values but will provide an important challenge to the Airbus A321-200, as well as strengthen the overall B737NG brand. Boeing has... Read More »
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March 12, 2009
From Aviation Today
Despite the disastrous impact of hedging on the bottom line last year, analysts are advising airlines to start hedging again, saying the window to take advantage of the low fuel prices will close with the second quarter. But they paint a far more pessimistic picture for airlines than they had only... Read More »
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March 17, 2008
From Aviation Today
Date Aircraft Type Narrative Death/Injury Remarks February 25, 2008 Jackson, WY Airbus Industrie A320 N442UA United Airlines flight 267 departed the right side of Runway 19 during landing at Jackson... Read More »
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March 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
When Greg Holland began working on commercial applications for unmanned air vehicles (UAVs) in 1993, "there was absolutely no one and now there is quite a growing field of people with various systems, and an even more quickly growing realization that there are real applications for these... Read More »
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March 12, 2012
From Aircraft Value News
The values of the B7217 may be achieving a measure of stability that is eluding other narrowbodies but this is at the expense of having fallen so far in recent years. The type continues to suffer from marginalization as a consequence of a limiter production run and an operator base that falls... Read More »
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October 1, 2011
From Rotor & Wing
Reporters get a first-hand look at the Boeing AH-6i during a recent tour of company facilities in Mesa, Ariz. For more see All Change for the Better at Boeing, August 2011 Rotor & Wing, page 36. Photo by Andrew Drwiega, Military Editor Boeing has now... Read More »
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October 10, 2005
From Aviation Today
Safety of passenger and flight attendant seats: Final rule * All Part 121 (regularly scheduled transport category) aircraft Sept. 27 FR Doc 05-19208 Docket No. FAA-2002-13464-2 Mandates fully-compliant 16 G seats only for new aircraft manufactured four years from now (Oct. 27, 2009), thereby... Read More »
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November 2, 2009
From Aviation Today
ATA Urges Climate Tax Proposals Elimintaed The Air Transport Association of America (ATA) yesterday urged climate negotiators to oppose an exorbitant new climate change tax to be imposed on the airlines and their passengers. The so-called "International Air Passenger Adaption Levy," would single... Read More »
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August 1, 2004
From Rotor & Wing
Helicopter manufacturers are scrambling to tap into the growing market for UAVs; However, they face formidable challenges. Here's what you need to know to prosper in the 21st century. Unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAVs, are one of the hottest topics in defense circles--and for good reason. They... Read More »
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February 1, 2003
From Avionics Today
Inmarsat s 11-month-old Swift64 high-speed data service, based on the Inmarsat-3 constellation, has carved out a niche in government and corporate aviation. As of December, more than 100 terminals apparently had been sold, and five manufacturers were building 64-kilobit/sec satcom equipment... Read More »
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September 1, 2008
From Rotor & Wing
Royal Netherlands Air Force Apache crews train at night at home to prepare for combat missions in Afghanistan. The Royal Netherlands Air Force has played a key role in supporting NATO operations in Afghanistan. Though a base like the one in Kandahar, for instance, is comparatively safe, you can... Read More »
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January 27, 2003
From Aircraft Value News
Residual values of aircraft in production may enjoy a boost as a result of the cancellation of the high speed and even higher profile Sonic Cruiser in mid December 2002. Ever since the Sonic Cruiser was prematurely thrust onto the aviation stage in 2001, there existed the prospect of a fundamental... Read More »
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October 16, 2006
From Aircraft Value News
The market remains strong and values continue to experience a modest rise. Boeing has managed to secure over 700 orders since the beginning of the year, illustrating that demand is still high. However, not all newer narrowbodies are developed as equals. The lack of orders for some examples remains... Read More »
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November 22, 2010
From Aviation Today
As the investigation into the electrical fire onboard Boeiing 787 Dreamliner ZA002 continued, Boeing flew two other test aircraft, ZA001 and ZA005, back to Seattle from Rapid City, SD, and Victorville, CA and the Boeing 787 flight test program remained in limbo. ZA001 was in South Dakota when the... Read More »
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October 1, 2000
From Avionics Today
When, as seems likely, Europe s giant new A3XX airliner program is launched, it will set records in data, as well as passenger transport. Although the avionics architecture and the data network that underpins it have not yet been completely defined, the Airbus partners have decided to employ... Read More »
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August 1, 2002
From Avionics Today
Boeing Nabs JTRS A Boeing team won an $857-million U.S. Army contract to develop the Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS), a software-based communications system that will form the basis for all future U.S. military tactical radios. The contract covers initial system development and demonstration... Read More »
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November 1, 2008
From Avionics Today
In less than 10 years, the Network-Centric Operations (NCO) concept has emerged from the pages of scholarly journals to become a major military initiative commanding a significant portion of U.S. defense spending. Also known as Net-Centric Warfare, the concept aims to transform the battlefield by... Read More »
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November 1, 2001
From Avionics Today
The predominant avionics data bus standard in commercial aviation today is ARINC 429. The first widespread application of digital data bus technology in commercial aviation, ARINC 429 has proved resilient over nearly 30 years of use. Problems, when they are found, typically occur with the... Read More »
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May 1, 2009
From Rotor & Wing
After decades of neglect, helicopter research and development are again gaining ground. Helicopters especially military helicopters need to improve in a lot of ways. Most everyone in the business agrees on that, and after eight years of rotorcraft-intensive wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the... Read More »
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November 1, 2005
From Aviation Today
GE's Simpler, More Efficient Genx The GE90 turbofan has spawned a number of derivative engines, the latest being the Genx. Some call it an `intelligent engine." General Electric's goal was to lower operating costs and make engine support simpler. When Boeing's new 787 long-range twin-engine... Read More »
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