25 February 2013

Asia-Pacific to drive demand for bigger and more efficient aircraft

Asia-Pacific airlines will lead global demand for larger and more eco-efficient aircraft types over the next 20 years, according to the latest market forecast for the region by Airbus. The forecast was presented on February 25th in Singapore by John Leahy, Chief Operating Officer, Customers, Airbus. Altogether, airlines from the region will take delivery of …

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Airbus and JetBlue unveil 1st A320 in North America with Sharklets

JetBlue Airways unveiled the first of its Airbus A320 aircraft to be outfitted with Sharklets. The aircraft – registration number N821JB , powered by V2500 engines – is also the first of any North American airline to feature the fuel-saving structures. Sharklets are newly designed wing tip devices that improve the aerodynamics of Airbus aircraft …

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Rockwell Collins announces Greg Churchill to retire

Rockwell Collins released that Greg Churchill, executive vice president, International and Service Solutions, will retire at the end of March after more than 30 years of service with the company. Colin Mahoney will succeed Churchill as senior vice president, International and Service Solutions, effective immediately. Mahoney joined Rockwell Collins in 1987. A native of the …

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SSJ100 Full Flight Simulator in Venice achieves EASA certification

The new Full Flight Simulator (FFS) for training on the SSJ100 aircraft, installed at the SuperJet International (SJI) Training Center in Venice (Italy), has been successfully certified by EASA and it is now ready for training with the registration number IT-069. This SSJ100 FFS is the first simulator for a Russian civil aircraft that achieved …

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Steve Jones takes expanded role at Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group

Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group announced the creation of a new all-encompassing Aviation Services unit which brings together the management of Cambridge Airport, Business Aviation and the newly-launched ‘one call, one team’ JETability business. Aviation Services will be headed by Steve Jones as managing director who sees his remit broadened to include Cambridge Airport, effective …

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