13 January 2010

AeroMexico orders five Boeing 787 planes

AeroMexico has ordered a total of five Boeing 787 planes to be used on long distance flights. This comes following the first successful test flight of the Boeing 787 jetliner, held last month in Seattle, Washington. AeroMexico expects to receive its first Boeing 787 within the next two years.

Boeing receives $22 million B-52 engineering sustainment option from US Air Force

Boeing has received a $22 million option to continue supporting the B-52 bomber under the Engineering Sustainment Program (ESP) contract the company received from the U.S. Air Force in June 2009. Under the $750 million, 10-year ESP contract, Boeing will continue to perform engineering assignments that maintain the B-52 as a ready, reliable and viable …

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SR Technics announces plans to consolidate component services activities

SR Technics announced plans to consolidate its component services organization, and all supporting functions currently performed in London-Stansted, in Zurich. This step will allow SR Technics to further improve operational efficiency and productivity to lower operational costs, resulting in a more streamlined and leaner operation. Under this proposal, SR Technics will continue to operate its …

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GE Aviation's turboprop business takes off in 2009

Eighteen months ago, GE Aviation acquired certain assets of Walter Engines, a Czech Republic-based manufacturer of small turboprop engines and high precision machined parts for the aviation industry. Renamed GE Aviation Czech, the business has made great strides. Among the highlights are a new facility and test cells. GE Aviation Czech moved to a 135,000 …

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DynCorp International awarded maintenance work for Naval Test Wing Atlantic

The U.S. Air Force has awarded DynCorp International a delivery order under the Contract Field Teams (CFT) contract to provide organizational, intermediate, and depot-level aircraft maintenance and logistics support on all Naval Test Wing Atlantic aircraft and support equipment. Work will be performed at the Naval Air Station, Patuxent River, Md. The award, effective January …

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