23 October 2012

Airbus inaugurates A350 XWB Final Assembly Line

Airbus continued its excellence in widebody aircraft with the inauguration of the A350 XWB Final Assembly Line – an event that occurred 40 years after the maiden flight of its game-changing A300, which put the company on track to becoming a world-leading commercial airliner manufacturer. The inauguration, held inside this purpose-built L-shaped facility next to

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HNA Group purchases 48% equity interest of France's Aigle Azur

HNA Group Co., completed the acquisition of a 48% equity interest in France’s Aigle Azur Transports Aeriens, becoming the second largest shareholder of Aigle Azur, after Go Fast Transport, and the first Chinese aviation enterprise to invest in a European airline. Under the agreement, Aigle Azur will be governed by the Executive Committee composed of

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B/E Aerospace reports third quarter 2012 financial results

B/E Aerospace announced third quarter 2012 financial results. Revenues of $766.7m increased 20.6%, Operating earnings, adjusted to exclude acquisition, integration and transition (AIT) costs, were $138.9m, an increase of 23.9% and adjusted operating margin of 18.1% increased 50 basis points. Operating earnings, on a GAAP basis to include AIT costs, were $134.3m. Net earnings adjusted

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Boeing-COMAC Technology Center announces first biofuel research project

A newly formed technology center created by Boeing and Commercial Aircraft Corp. of China (COMAC) has announced that Hangzhou Energy Engineering & Technology (HEET) will conduct the center’s first research project. HEET, a company with experience developing alternative energy technologies, will focus on ways to convert discarded cooking oil into a component of sustainable aviation

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MTU reports revenues and earnings increase after nine months

MTU Aero Engines Holding AG continues to grow: In the first nine months of 2012, the company posted an increase in revenues of 19% to €2,468.0m (1-9/2011: €2,067.3m). Operating profit rose by 13% from €245.3m to €278.0m. The operating margin reached 11.3% after 11.9% in the equivalent period last year, while earnings after tax also

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Marshall Business Aviation positions itself for the future

As part of the overall development strategy for Cambridge Airport and Marshall Business Aviation (MBA), it has been decided to bring together all business aviation-related activities under the management of Steve Jones, Managing Director, MBA/MEA. For practical purposes, this will include the overall responsibility for the development of business aviation strategy, the management of business

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