9 March 2010

AEI licenses MD-80 engineering data for Freighter Conversion

Aeronautical Engineers, Inc. (AEI), has finalized an agreement to license Boeing engineering data to develop MD-80 passenger-to-freighter conversions. AEI will become a Supplemental Type Certificate holder for MD-81, MD-82, MD-83 and MD-88 Passenger to Freighter Conversions. As an STC holder, working with licensed Boeing engineering data, AEI customers will now be eligible for access to […]

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EADS reports 2009 net loss of EUR -763 million

EADS reported that 2009 revenues stood at EUR 42.8 billion (FY 2008: EUR 43.3 billion), supported by record commercial aircraft deliveries at Airbus (498 units compared to 483 in 2008) but offset by lower revenue recognition in the A400M programme, price deterioration on commercial aircraft deliveries and negative foreign exchange impacts. In addition, revenues at

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Rolls-Royce awarded $75 million MissionCare contract for V-22 Osprey engine support

Rolls-Royce has been awarded a $75 million MissionCare contract by the U.S. Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR). Under the eleven-month contract, which includes four option years, logistics support will be provided for the Rolls-Royce AE 1107C-Liberty engines that power the U.S. Marine Corps

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Parker to provide heat management valves on Trent XWB engine program

Parker Hannifin announced that Rolls-Royce has exercised its option to add Parker Aerospace’s heat management valves to the pneumatics package it already supplies on the Trent XWB engine program. Parker estimates that the package will generate approximately $175 million in revenues over the life of the program. Product design, manufacture, and support will be completed

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Hawaiian Airlines expands new fleet with another Airbus A330

Hawaiian Airlines announced the purchase of an additional Airbus A330-200 scheduled for delivery in the second quarter of 2011. With this announcement, Hawaiian is now acquiring 10 new A330s with purchase rights available for five additional aircraft. The first three A330s to join Hawaiian’s fleet are scheduled to arrive in April, May and November of

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Northrop Grumman expands composites manufacturing training for Turkish F-35 supplier

Northrop Grumman is adding momentum to Turkish Aerospace Industries Inc.’s (TAI) readiness to build complete center fuselages for the F-35 Lightning II aircraft by teaching its engineers how to build the complex composite structures used in the jet. From Jan. 18 to Feb. 12, the company conducted rigorous classroom and hands-on training at its Advanced

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