12 September 2012

Rolls-Royce completes testing of latest E3E engine core

Rolls-Royce successfully completed testing of the latest build of its new two-shaft engine core, known as Core 3/2d. The tests, which are part of the E3E (efficiency, environment, economy) research programme, were carried out in the altitude test facility at Stuttgart University. Tests included operation of a lean burn combustion system in simulated bad weather […]

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Premium AEROTEC supplies around 70% of all A400M fuselage structures

With the delivery of the first A400M military airlifter to the French Air Force in 2013, Premium AEROTEC is making a significant effort to contribute to the success of this programme. The company is responsible for around 70% of the fuselage structures, making it one of the largest suppliers for the A400M. Premium AEROTEC is

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AirAsia to become first Airbus A320 ‘Sharklets’ operator

Airbus and the world’s largest A320 customer AirAsia announced that the airline will become the first operator of the A320 with ‘Sharklets’ when they take delivery of the first A320 equipped with these fuel-saving wing-tip devices at the end of this year. The aircraft exhibited on static and flying display at the ILA Berlin Air

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SIA invests in next-generation in-flight entertainment systems

Singapore Airlines has signed a major agreement with Panasonic Avionics for advanced in-flight entertainment and communications (IFEC) systems for more than 40 new aircraft on firm order with Airbus and Boeing. The agreement is valued at nearly $400m, based on the list prices of the systems and spares. Under the agreement, Panasonic Avionics will supply

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SkyWest signs capacity purchase agreement with American Airlines

SkyWest has signed a Capacity Purchase Agreement (“CPA”) with American Airlines to operate 23 Bombardier CRJ200 regional jet aircraft under the American Eagle designation. SkyWest currently anticipates that it will commence its American flights on November 15, 2012, with all 23 aircraft being placed in service prior to end of the first quarter 2013. SkyWest

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Eurocopter delivers four Tigers for deployment to Afghanistan

Eurocopter’s Tiger support helicopter program has reached a significant milestone, following the delivery of the first four helicopters to be upgraded for deployment to Afghanistan. This now leaves the German Army in possession of a complete batch of ASGARD helicopters – a vital prerequisite if the Tiger is to be deployed in theater by the

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A J Walter Aviation buys the component repair business of Aveos

A J Walter Aviation, a leading independent provider of integrated aviation services, completed its purchase of the component repair business of Aveos Fleet Performance. The Montréal facility will house AJW Technique and become the organisation’s new global headquarters for the repair and overhaul of aircraft components. AJW has enlisted strong support from the Government of

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