7 July 2008

ExelTech reports net loss of $1.8 million for year ended March 31, 2008

ExelTech Aerospace released its financial results for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2008, posting a net loss of $1.8 million. The Company reported revenues of $54.4 million for fiscal 2008 compared to $49.8 million in fiscal 2007, a 9% increase. It also reported an operating profit (earnings before amortization and financial expenses) of $0.5 […]

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Safran wins major Learjet 85 equipment contract from Bombardier

SAFRAN Group subsidiaries Messier-Bugatti and Aircelle have been selected by Bombardier Aerospace to supply equipment for the new Learjet 85. The two contracts were signed on July 4, in Montreal. Messier-Bugatti will provide all landing and braking systems, comprising wheels and carbon brakes, the ground steering system, and the landing gear extension and retraction system.

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Tim Lakata named Learjet Sales Director, Northeast U.S.

Bombardier Aerospace announced the appointment of Tim Lakata as director, Learjet sales, Northeast United States, Bombardier Business Aircraft. Based in Hartford, Connecticut, Mr. Lakata will oversee all Learjet sales for Connecticut, District of Columbia, Delaware, Massachusetts, Maine, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia, Vermont and West Virginia.

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Boeing Australia named FAA repair station

Boeing Australia Limited has become the company’s first certified U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) repair station outside the United States. The FAA Type 145 repair certificate authorizes Boeing facilities at Amberley and Eagle Farm in Queensland to perform maintenance and airframe/engine repairs on Boeing Next-Generation 737 aircraft and the model’s military derivatives.

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Sunwing Airlines takes delivery of Next-Generation 737

Toronto-based Sunwing Airlines took delivery of a Next-Generation 737-800. The third new Next-Generation 737 to be delivered to Sunwing and the first to be operated on lease from lessor Aviation Capital Group (ACG), the airplane is equipped with performance-enhancing Blended Winglets. Sunwing will lease a second new 737 from ACG in 2009, at which time

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