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March 1, 2007
From Aviation Today
Gulfstream in ASIA Since 2001, the number of Gulfstream business-jet aircraft operating in the Asia-Pacific region has increased by 268 percent. The company s ultra-long-range models, the G550 and the GV, increased sales 600 percent since 2001 and represent 49 percent of all ultra-long-range... Read More »
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March 1, 2007
From Avionics Today
Study Outlines European ATM Need Like the United States, Europe is in dire need of a modernized air traffic management (ATM) system, or it faces air traffic congestion, airport slowdowns and eventually severe economic consequences, according to an ongoing study. The Single European Sky ATM... Read More »
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February 26, 2007
From Aviation Today
As the FAA qualifies three companies (ITT, Raytheon and Lockheed Martin) to vie for a multi-billion dollar contract to start building the satellite-based Global Positioning System that will underpin the Next Generation Air Traffic System, it's also been busy internationally. Feelers are out for... Read More »
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February 26, 2007
From Avionics Today
DRS Technologies, Parsippany, N.J., received a $20 million contract from Raytheon s Space and Airborne Systems division to support the initial phase of the new Silent Knight Tactical Radar program. DRS said the work, which will be done at its facility in St. Louis, will support the rotary- and... Read More »
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February 26, 2007
From Aviation Today
DRS Technologies, Parsippany, N.J., received a $20 million contract from Raytheon s Space and Airborne Systems division to support the initial phase of the new Silent Knight Tactical Radar program. DRS said the work, which will be done at its facility in St. Louis, will support the rotary- and... Read More »
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February 23, 2007
From Aviation Today
The U.S. Air Force said Thursday it awarded a $70.4 million contract to Raytheon for 60 multi-use sensor systems for the MQ-1 Predator, a medium-altitude, remotely piloted aircraft, and the MQ-9 Reaper, another unmanned plane. Raytheon said it will complete the work by August 2008. Separately, EU... Read More »
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February 23, 2007
From Avionics Today
The U.S. Air Force said Thursday it awarded a $70.4 million contract to Raytheon for 60 multi-use sensor systems for the MQ-1 Predator, a medium-altitude, remotely piloted aircraft, and the MQ-9 Reaper, another unmanned plane. Raytheon said it will complete the work by August 2008. Separately, EU... Read More »
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February 20, 2007
From Aviation Today
Raytheon Technical Services Co. (RTSC), a Raytheon subsidiary, received two U.S Navy contracts worth $27.7 million to provide services and systems for the V-22 Osprey tiltrotor. Under the first contract, RTSC's Indianapolis facility will continue to provide systems and software engineering... Read More »
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February 20, 2007
From Avionics Today
Raytheon Technical Services Co. (RTSC), a Raytheon subsidiary, received two U.S Navy contracts worth $27.7 million to provide services and systems for the V-22 Osprey tiltrotor. Under the first contract, RTSC's Indianapolis facility will continue to provide systems and software engineering... Read More »
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February 16, 2007
From Aviation Today
Raytheon Aircraft Company has appointed Randy Znamenak as vice president, service sales and marketing for Raytheon Aircraft Services. Znamenak's responsibilities include service sales team oversight, sales process integration, product development and market strategy implementation. Most recently... Read More »
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February 12, 2007
From Aviation Today
DATE/SITE AIRCRAFT & REGN CIRCUMSTANCES DEATH & INJURY PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS2 IMAGERY AT HTTP://WWW.IASA.COM.AU/120207.HTM 01 Jan day Seinajoki Finland ATR42 of Fincomm Flt:FC205 EGPWS alert sounded... Read More »
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February 7, 2007
From Avionics Today
Gallium Visual Systems opened a new sales and engineering office in Huntsville, Ala., a move the company says will be it closer to a key customer base. Gallium, which has offices in San Diego and Washington, D.C., said the 2,700-square-foot office officially opened Jan. 17. Gallium customers... Read More »
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February 6, 2007
From Aviation Today
Due to its rapid expansion, NetJets Europe has become the first business jet operator with a sponsored ab initio pilot training scheme. In an industry "first", a sponsored cadet scheme with training institution Oxford Aviation is to supply first officers to Netjets. The fractional bizjet operator... Read More »
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February 2, 2007
From Avionics Today
The FAA said it received multiple responses from vendors interested in bidding for the Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) broadcast services contract, which is set to be awarded this summer. ITT Corp., Lockheed Martin and Raytheon responded to the agency's request, which the FAA... Read More »
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February 2, 2007
From Aviation Today
The FAA said it received multiple responses from vendors interested in bidding for the Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) broadcast services contract, which is set to be awarded this summer. ITT Corp., Lockheed Martin and Raytheon responded to the agency's request, which the FAA... Read More »
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February 2, 2007
From Aviation Today
Canadian embedded technology company Edgewater Computer Systems said it successfully demonstrated its data bus technology in a joint industry flight demonstration. The company said its Extended 1553, or E1553, was tested in December on a U.S. Navy A-3 jet aircraft operated by Raytheon in Van Nuys... Read More »
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February 2, 2007
From Avionics Today
Canadian embedded technology company Edgewater Computer Systems said it successfully demonstrated its data bus technology in a joint industry flight demonstration. The company said its Extended 1553, or E1553, was tested in December on a U.S. Navy A-3 jet aircraft operated by Raytheon in Van Nuys... Read More »
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February 1, 2007
From Aviation Today
FAA Proposal Could Cost AEA is continuing its analysis of the FAA s proposed repair station changes. The proposal fixes some challenges that have surfaced during the past few years of implementing the "new" Part 145. The proposal also recommends some costly provisions for ratings and quality and... Read More »
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February 1, 2007
From Avionics Today
Nothing can wreck the plans of a pilot skimming the earth at 120 knots in pitch darkness like an unseen power line. Except maybe an insurgent with a rocket propelled grenade or the myriad other things that threaten low-flying helicopters. One of the U.S. Army s most fearsome weapons, the AH-64D... Read More »
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February 1, 2007
From Avionics Today
ATC Investment Dims Outlook The pace of air traffic control (ATC) modernization represents one of the risk factors compromising an otherwise rosy outlook for the U.S. aerospace industry, says the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA). Delivering AIA s annual year-end review and forecast speech... Read More »
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