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June 8, 2010
From Aviation Today
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) awarded three Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) contracts worth up to $4.4 billion over 10 years. The companies will demonstrate NextGen procedures in real time on a large scale within the current air traffic system. Boeing, General... Read More »
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May 22, 2008
From Aviation Today
FORT WORTH, Texas, May 22 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The United States Department of Defense has authorized the release of funds to buy six conventional takeoff and landing (CTOL) F-35A Lightning IIs for the U.S. Air Force, with provisional approval to purchase six short takeoff/vertical landing... Read More »
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May 29, 2008
From Aviation Today
FORT WORTH, Texas, May 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The shaft-driven lift fan propulsion system that will enable the Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) F-35B Lightning II stealth fighter to perform short takeoffs and vertical landings (STOVL) operated for the first time in the aircraft during ground... Read More »
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June 19, 2008
From Aviation Today
NEW YORK, June 19 /PRNewswire/ -- The USS NEW YORK Commissioning Committee today announced the launch of the official USS NEW YORK Commissioning Committee Web site at www.USSNY.org. The Web site is the official authority on all information and events related to the commissioning of USS NEW YORK... Read More »
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May 1, 2008
From Aviation Today
Igor Sikorsky, the godfather of the modern helicopter, perhaps summed it up best: "Aeronautics was neither an industry nor a science. It was a miracle." When I served as editor-in-chief of Rotor & Wing magazine during the 1990s, I was always struck by the sheer passion of the people in the... Read More »
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March 1, 2004
From Aviation Today
Timco Heating Up in Arizona In just a little more than a year the team at Timco Goodyear has taken a facility that was once home to a few seemingly forgotten aircraft and deserted hangars and transformed it into a thriving MRO and aircraft storage business. And it's been done smack in the face of... Read More »
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September 1, 2004
From Aviation Today
Honeywell's Nova Can Cut Mx Costs by 20 Percent Several companies have taken a hard look at aircraft electrical systems. They focused on the area of wire harness inspection and testing processes and the wire harness as it ages during its service life. Honeywell's Nova wire integrity program was... Read More »
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November 1, 2004
From Aviation Today
MIRO Technologies Targets Commercial and Government Markets with GOLD Software Based in La Jolla, California, MIRO Technologies (www.mirotechnologies.com) "is known for setting the GOLD standard for aviation maintenance software," said Mark Ogren, MIRO's vice president of commercial sales and... Read More »
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January 1, 2008
From Aviation Today
P&W Demonstrates Geared Turbofan Engine Less than a year ago, Pratt & Whitney and MTU of Germany launched a technology readiness program to develop a new generation of high-pressure compressors for jet engines. The program was meant to help assure that high-performance, mid-thrust engines will be... Read More »
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May 1, 2004
From Aviation Today
Sabreliner Celebrates 20 Years In just two short decades Sabreliner Corporation has grown from a small aircraft maintenance and modification business to becoming, with the addition of Midcoast Aviation, one of the true corporate aircraft MRO powerhouses in the Midwest. "The success we have enjoyed... Read More »
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October 1, 2007
From Aviation Today
Jack Northrop. Leroy Grumman. Donald Douglas. Glenn Martin. Howard Hughes. There was a time when the logos of aviation firms boasted a single last name. These individuals were visionaries, typically engineers or pilots, who exerted God-like control over their enterprises. Sure, they were... Read More »
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April 1, 2008
From Aviation Today
Suppliers discuss the improved efficiency, visibility and connectivity possible through comprehensive and modular software systems. In Greek mythology, a king named Sisyphus must forever roll a boulder up a steep hill. In some sense, the volume of data required to keep commercial and military... Read More »
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May 31, 2010
From Aviation Today
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) awarded three Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) contracts worth up to $4.4 billion over 10 years. The companies will will demonstrate NextGen procedures in real time on a large scale within the current air traffic system. Boeing, General... Read More »
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January 23, 2006
From Aviation Today
Autopilot and rudder activation: Final notice -- Airbus model A300 B4-600, B4-600R; F4-600R series airplanes, model C4-605R variant F (collectively called A300-600 series); and Airbus model A310 series. Jan. 12, 2006 FR Doc. 06-182 Docket No. FAA-2005-22053 This AD requires installing two-stage... Read More »
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October 2, 2006
From Aviation Today
Date Incident 27 Sep Tanzanian airline, Precision Air has completed a mandatory international safety audit. Last week, it became the third African airline to be audited under the International Air Transport Association's Operational Safety Audit... Read More »
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January 22, 2007
From Aviation Today
The FAA Calculates Savings From Terror-Proofing Airliners The FAA has proposed a novel set of regulations intended to make new airliners less susceptible to terrorist attacks. If enacted, the rules would require manufacturers to incorporate stronger cockpit bulkheads and better fire suppression... Read More »
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November 5, 2007
From Aviation Today
Date Incident 30 Oct A passenger whose laptop computer was broken by Transportation Security Administration guards was reportedly threatened with arrest recently, for complaining about the damage and asking who would pay to repair it. After... Read More »
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December 10, 2007
From Aviation Today
Eurocontrol has published ATM (air traffic management) specifications setting out how military UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) should fly in European airspace. Before military UAVs will be allowed to fly routinely outside segregated airspace, additional technology such as sense-and-avoid needs to... Read More »
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March 17, 2008
From Aviation Today
Improved Single-skin Crashworthy Material for Aircraft Fuel Bladders. As part of an initiative to reduce and remove Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) from fuel tank manufacturing processes, engineers and scientists at GKN Aerospace in Portsmouth, UK, have developed the first single-skin flexible... Read More »
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June 16, 2008
From Aviation Today
Moist air caused the U.S. Air Force to lose one of only 16 Northrop Grumman B-2 bombers earlier this year, the first crash of the $1.4 billion stealth aircraft. During a takeoff from an Andersen AFB runway on 23 February, moisture contamination on the fly-by-wire B-2 Spirit's air data sensors... Read More »
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