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November 28, 2006
From Avionics Today
After production delays, Raytheon Aircraft Co. received FAA type certification for its $19.5 million Hawker 4000 super-midsize business jet. The Hawker 4000, featuring a composite fuselage and Honeywell Primus EPIC avionics, can now be offered for sale. Raytheon said it expects customer deliveries... Read More »
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November 13, 2006
From Aviation Today
Australian Airports Set For Substance Abuse Tests Australian aviation industry conferees attended a workshop in Sydney in late October in preparation for the introduction of drug and alcohol testing at airports in 2007. The federal government announced earlier this year that compulsory testing... Read More »
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November 6, 2006
From Aviation Today
New Financing Venture China Aviation Supplies Import and Export Group Corporation (CASGC), AerCap and Calyon Airfinance launched a new joint venture to invest in new aircraft operating leases in China. The venture includes Dragon Aviation Leasing Company in Beijing and AerDragon Aviation Partners... Read More »
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November 3, 2006
From Aviation Today
Raytheon Co. s Cobra Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) received an Experimental Airworthiness Certificate from FAA. Cobra is the third unmanned aircraft and the first of its size to obtain the certificate, the company said. Cobra is a low-cost UAS designed to support Raytheon's development... Read More »
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November 3, 2006
From Avionics Today
Raytheon Co. s Cobra Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) received an Experimental Airworthiness Certificate from FAA. Cobra is the third unmanned aircraft and the first of its size to obtain the certificate, the company said. Cobra is a low-cost UAS designed to support Raytheon's development... Read More »
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November 2, 2006
From Avionics Today
The U.S. Air Force Battle Control System (BCS) program was declared operational in Alaska, Hawaii and Canada. They are the first of five BCS sites to go fully operational. Two other sites - New York and Washington State - are partially operational and expected to be fully operational in early... Read More »
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November 2, 2006
From Aviation Today
The U.S. Air Force Battle Control System (BCS) program was declared operational in Alaska, Hawaii and Canada. They are the first of five BCS sites to go fully operational. Two other sites - New York and Washington State - are partially operational and expected to be fully operational in early... Read More »
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November 1, 2006
From Aviation Today
The Professional Aviation Maintenance Association (PAMA) has announced its 2006-2007 executive and regional board of directors. Elected PAMA executive directors include Clark Gordon, chairperson; Tom Hendershot, vice chairperson; Richard Wellman, secretary; Carl Violette, treasurer. ... Read More »
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November 1, 2006
From Avionics Today
DARPA, U.S. Air Force Advance Automated Refueling The goal of autonomous air-to-air refueling, a critical enabler for long-range, persistent unmanned strike and surveillance capability, moved closer to reality with the first autonomous probe-and-drogue refueling operation, achieved under ... Read More »
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October 26, 2006
From Avionics Today
Raytheon Co., Waltham, Mass., saw third-quarter net income jump 41 percent, driven by defense systems and aircraft units. The company reported third-quarter net income of $321 million, compared to $228 million in the prior-year quarter, on sales of $5.7 billion, up 7 percent. Third quarter 2006... Read More »
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October 25, 2006
From Avionics Today
Raytheon said a series of ADM-160B Miniature Air Launched Decoy (MALD) vehicles demonstrated successful separation when launched from an Air ForceF-16. The flight tests took place at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., under a development contract managed by the 728th Armament Systems Group. The 120-inch... Read More »
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October 23, 2006
From Aviation Today
BAE Systems Regional Aircraft appointed Andy Whelan sales executive for the company. He hails from Raytheon Aircraft Company, Harrods Aviation and Jet Aviation. In addition Art Rink, who has worked in the company's Washington office, was named to handle corporate aircraft sales in North America... Read More »
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October 23, 2006
From Aviation Today
Opposites Attract: Seeking Closure Down In Brazil As the investigation into the fatal midair collision of the GOL 737 and the Embraer Legacy over Brazil's Mato Grosso jungle proceeds, definite facts are beginning to emerge. Mixed in with these facts are more nebulous assertions. Because these... Read More »
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October 23, 2006
From Aviation Today
On Losing The Ties That Bind In an incident very reminiscent of the Air Midwest Flight 5481 crash at Charlotte North Carolina on Jan. 8 2003, a Swearingen SA226TC Metro II crew of Key Lime Air earlier this year experienced a very similar heart-stopping take-off rotation. The NTSB Report... Read More »
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October 19, 2006
From Avionics Today
Honeywell today said its aerospace sales increased 9 percent in the third quarter to $2.85 billion, helped by double-digit growth in commercial sales. Commercial sales increased 11 percent for the quarter; defense and space sales were up 6 percent. Commercial sales reflected growth of 17 percent... Read More »
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October 16, 2006
From Aviation Today
Aircraft Effect AD 2006-21-01 All 737's results from reports of freeplay-induced vibration of aileron balance tab. Potential for vibration of the control surface should be avoided because the point of transition from vibration to divergent... Read More »
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October 9, 2006
From Avionics Today
Raytheon has received $20 million to provide the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) in the United Arab Emirates with an AutoTrac III air traffic management system. The system will be installed at the Sheikh Zayed air traffic center in Dubai. Based on AutoTrac I and II, AutoTrac III features a... Read More »
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October 9, 2006
From Aviation Today
Recent Engine Flameouts Raise New Concerns About Icing Double flameouts on Twinjets due to icing are rare. They're more often caused by heavy precipitation. However, they recently became less rare after three Beechjets fell victim to an as-yet undiagnosed phenomenon at height (see July 17 ASW... Read More »
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October 4, 2006
From Avionics Today
Raytheon has received a contract from FAA worth up to $185 million to manufacture, test and deploy up to 68 solid state transmitter systems. The transmitters will replace tube-based transmitters in long-range surveillance radars, which provide continuous surveillance of aircraft in the National... Read More »
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October 1, 2006
From Aviation Today
Structural Non-Integrity An inspection and, if necessary, repair is needed for Raytheon model 1900, 1900C and 1900D airplanes to ensure that the wings don't separate from the airplane, according to an August 31 emergency airworthiness directive (AD) issued by the Federal Aviation Administration... Read More »
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