17 October 2011

Simon Caldecott new President and CEO of Piper Aircraft

Simon Caldecott has been appointed the new interim President and CEO of Piper Aircraft, Inc., effective immediately. Caldecott joined Piper in 2009 and is the former Vice President of Operations responsible for Manufacturing Operations, Manufacturing Engineering, Quality and Supply Chain. Caldecott replaces Geoff Berger, who joined as the previous interim CEO in mid-2010. Former Executive […]

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Airbus signs new deal with Messier-Bugatti-Dowty

Messier-Bugatti-Dowty was chosen once again by Airbus to supply the nose and main landing gear for the A320 family, including the A320neo family. The European aircraft manufacturer currently accounts for 60% of Messier-Bugatti-Dowty’s landing gear activity as it supplies landing gear to the entire Airbus single aisle program as well as A330, A340 and A380 nose landing gears

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EMBRAER delivers 28 commercial and 18 executive jets in 3Q11

Embraer closed the third quarter of 2011 (3Q11) having delivered 28 commercial and 18 executive jets. The firm order backlog totaled 16 billion. In the months of July, August and September, Embraer closed the sales of 17 E-Jets: two EMBRAER 190s to GECAS and another ten to Kenya Airways, as announced in June during the Paris Air Show, as

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Virgin Australia inaugurates ATR 72-500 services

Virgin Australia launched commercial services with the first of its new ATR 72-500 turboprop airliners. The inaugural flight of Virgin Australia’s first turboprop – and Australia’s first ATR 72 – was also the airline’s first flight from Brisbane to the regional industrial city of Gladstone. Perth-based Skywest will operate the new ATR services on behalf of Virgin

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CPI Aerostructures announces $2.3 million agreement with Sikorsky Aircraft

CPI Aerostructures has received a schedule agreement from Sikorsky Aircraft valued at up to approximately $2.3 million to manufacture gunner window assemblies for the BLACK HAWK helicopter. This new agreement is a follow-on to the $2 million agreement announced in late 2010. The windows are of two-piece construction located just behind the pilot seat on each side of

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Brussels Airlines selects Lufthansa Technik Malta for Airbus A330 base maintenance

Brussels Airlines and Lufthansa Technik Malta have signed a base maintenance contract for the Airbus A330 fleet of the carrier. Lufthansa Technik Malta will provide C-Checks for the five A330s of Brussels Airlines starting from now on. Additionally Lufthansa Technik Malta has been selected to do a full cabin retrofit of the aircraft starting in

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Doric’s aircraft portfolio grows to 25 aircraft valued at $3.8 billion

Doric Asset Finance reportec the addition of a 10th Airbus A380 aircraft to its aircraft portfolio under management. Doric Nimrod Air Two Limited (“DNA2”) took delivery of MSN 077 at the Airbus delivery centre in Hamburg. The aircraft is leased to Emirates for a period of 12 years. The Airbus A380 was purchased for US$ 234

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