25 January 2011

COMAC selects Hamilton Sundstrand to provide emergency power system

Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC) has selected Hamilton Sundstrand to provide the Ram Air Turbine emergency system for the COMAC C919 narrow-body commercial aircraft. In addition to the 30 kVA electric Ram Air Turbine, the emergency system includes a generator control unit, auto deploy control unit, actuator, stow panel and generator line contactor. In

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JorAMCo completes D' Check, full paint on Alitalia's Airbus A330

JorAMCo delivered back an Airbus A330 to Italian national carrier Alitalia, after successfully completing a heavy D’ check, engines swap, minor structural repairs, relevant S, Bs and A.Ds. The aircraft previously flew as part of the AirOne fleet, now will be flying with Alitalia insignia after the full paint job done at JorAMCo.

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B/E Aerospace wins $200 million new-buy and retrofit coach class contracts

B/E Aerospace released that its main cabin seating platforms have been selected by a number of leading airlines for their narrow-body aircraft. The awards, all of which have been won over the last several months are for seating for both new-buy aircraft and retrofit seating for existing aircraft. The awards are initially valued at approximately

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Horizon Air retiring its public brand and adopting Alaska Airlines' Eskimo

Horizon Air is retiring its public brand and will adopt the trademark Eskimo of its sister company, Alaska Airlines, on its fleet. The change follows a shift made earlier this year to a new business model that aligns more closely with the rest of the regional airline industry. As part of the brand change, Horizon’s

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Alaska Air Group reports record fourth quarter and full-year results

Alaska Air Group reported record fourth quarter 2010 net income of $64.8 million compared to net income of $24.1 million in the fourth quarter of 2009. Excluding mark-to-market fuel hedge gains of $28.1 million ($17.4 million after tax), the company reported record net income of $47.4 million compared to net income of $4.4 million excluding

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