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December 1, 2006
From Rotor & Wing
Chinook Tops EH101, S-92 in CSAR-X Race In the end, it may have been a matter of who could field the aircraft fastest. In a move that generally shocked the rotorcraft world, at least in North America, U.S. Air Force officials on Nov. 9 chose Boeing s CH-47 as the basis for their next-generation... Read More »
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November 17, 2008
From Aviation Today
Airworthiness Directive; Boeing Model 757-200 and 757-300. Final Rule. SUMMARY: This AD requires installing a bonding jumper between a ground and the clamp on the tube of the forward and aft gray water composite drain masts. For certain airplanes, this AD requires inspecting existing aft bonding... Read More »
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September 8, 2003
From Aircraft Value News
With many of the negatives having been resolved, the market is beginning to turn and the -700 is among the first to experience renewed vigor. Even though the market focuses on the successful B737-800, the -700 has quietly established a solid market base, albeit at the expense of the B737-300. The... Read More »
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August 1, 2006
From Rotor & Wing
U.S. Army Choice of EADS LUH Bid Boosts Globalization The U.S. Army's choice of a European-led team to provide its next-generation light utility helicopter is widely seen as a crucial validation of globalization in the rotorcraft industry. Two critical questions arise. First, can the Army afford... Read More »
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April 1, 2013
From Avionics Today
Advanced computing and communication systems aboard commercial airplanes are allowing airlines to operate and maintain their fleets more efficiently than ever before. Since increased efficiency saves money, cost-conscious airlines are embracing this trend, and equipment suppliers are striving to... Read More »
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December 11, 2006
From Aircraft Value News
Should the potential early re-engining of the A320 gain credibility, existing residuals of the A320 and B737NG families would experience significant reassessment. Pratt & Whitney are reportedly suggesting that a variant of its Geared Turbofan could be used to essentially re-engine the A320 family... Read More »
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January 1, 2012
From Avionics Today
AIA: Sluggish Economy, Defense Cuts to Hit Aerospace Industry Despite a sluggish overall economy and major cuts looming in the defense sector, the U.S. aerospace industry saw its eighth straight year of growth in 2011, with annual sales of $218 billion, according to the Aerospace Industries... Read More »
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July 1, 2006
From Avionics Today
Honeywell Boots APEX Phoenix-based Honeywell Aerospace has announced upgrades to the APEX integrated avionics package planned for the Grob SPn, a light jet for business aviation. Honeywell says the improvements will reduce pilot workload, improve situational awareness and provide a platform for... Read More »
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March 20, 2006
From Aircraft Value News
Development of New B737 Moves Out of the Shadows Residual value projections for the Boeing [BA] B737NG and the Airbus A320 family should already have taken into account the impending introduction of replacement models. But with Boeing's apparent appointment of personnel to the so-called B737RS... Read More »
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December 22, 2008
From Aviation Today
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is investigating a recent incident in which a Delta Boeing 777 experienced an uncommanded engine rollback while in cruise flight. On November 26 near Great Falls, MT, a 777-200ER (N862DA), operated as Delta Flight 18, en route from Shanghai to... Read More »
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January 12, 2004
From Aircraft Value News
Values Seek to Shrug Off Security Woes The latest round of high profile media attention on aviation-related security issues has the potential to adversely affect the tenuous recovery in lease rentals should such issues persist or manifest into terrorist action. Prior to the current spate of... Read More »
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June 1, 2009
From Avionics Today
Avionics Webinar: Providers Outline EFB Installation Considerations The business case for aircraft operators to deploy electronic flight bags (EFBs) is strong, but there are important trade-offs to consider when deciding between a portable Class 2 or an installed Class 3 device, advised speakers... Read More »
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January 5, 2009
From Aviation Today
Date Aircraft Type Narrative Death/Injury Remarks Nov 14, 2008 Nashville, TN Snow 600 N1691S Owner of Snow 600 aerial application airplane stated that the a/c had not been flown "in some time."... Read More »
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November 17, 2011
From Avionics Today
Aviation in the Middle East looks poised for major growth as the industry closes out the Dubai Air Show this week with billions of dollars in new aircraft on the order books. All told, airframe manufacturers Boeing and Airbus each tallied about $20 billion in aircraft orders at the show, which... Read More »
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March 1, 2002
From Avionics Today
Military aircraft today are expected to endure far beyond their originally planned life spans: the 41-year-old B-52s may be around for decades to come. Military airplanes also have to accommodate new weapons, deal with new threats, respond to new mandates, and adjust to the rapidly changing... Read More »
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May 15, 2006
From Aircraft Value News
Should the now all-new proposed replacement for both the A330 and A340 become reality, long term residuals for the B787, the B777-300ER, as well as existing Airbus products will need further reassessment. Airbus has seemingly finally woken up to the need to offer a cohesive competitive strategy to... Read More »
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July 1, 2009
From Aviation Today
Hearing the acronym MSG might make some think of the preservative in some take-out food. But in the maintenance world, MSG-3 is the root of all inspection schedules in a process starting before an aircraft enters service. Here is a look at this fascinating process and how manufacturers and... Read More »
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January 28, 2008
From Aviation Today
Whereas before investigators probing the Jan. 17 crash landing of British Airways Flight 88 at London Heathrow had concentrated on an electrical or computer fault as to the landing accident, those same air safety investigators have now switched their focus to fuel supply. A week after the crash... Read More »
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October 1, 2016
From Rotor & Wing
After decades of Pentagon neglect punctuated by false starts on several helicopter projects run by the Army and one each by the U.S. Navy and Air Force, U.S. military vertical-lift aviation is poised to achieve historic advances. Over the next two years, at least five manned and unmanned advanced... Read More »
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March 3, 2008
From Aircraft Value News
Bombardier Product has Potential to Erode Existing Residuals The dithering appears to be finally over and Bombardier have 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 100-130... Read More »
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