12 February 2014

UTC Aerospace Systems expands C.A.R.E. program for maintenance support on Singapore Airline's Boeing 777 fleet

UTC Aerospace Systems has extended its Comprehensive Accessory Repair and Exchange (C.A.R.E.) program with Singapore Airlines to provide repair services and asset management for the airline’s expanded fleet of Boeing 777 aircraft. The original C.A.R.E. program for Singapore Airlines began in 2007 and included service coverage of air management and electric power systems for the […]

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Airbus Group's North American military aircraft unit expands repair facility at Mobile (Ala.) Regional Airport

The North American operations of Airbus Group’s military aircraft unit opened a new 7,500-ft² component repair facility located at the Mobile (Ala.) Regional Airport. The expansion of the new component repair facility is yet another industrial resource to improve customer service for the company’s medium and light multi-mission aircraft operators. The new services include hydraulic,

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Rolls-Royce and Lockheed Martin agree $1bn deal to power future C-130J aircraft

Rolls-Royce has completed a long-term agreement with Lockheed Martin worth up to US$1bn to deliver approximately 600 engines to power future C-130J Super Hercules aircraft. The agreement secures the Rolls-Royce AE 2100 as the engine of choice for all variants of the C-130J to 2025. The engine agreement will service US Government and International contract

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Turbomeca extends Indonesian Customer Support Contract

Turbomeca (Safran) announced its agreement with Indonesia’s PT Travira Air for a Customer Support agreement extending a “Support By The Hour” (SBH) contract for five more years. The €5.7m ($9.5m) contract covers a total of 20 engines (Arriel 1D1, 2S1,2S2 and 1S1), including spares, fitted to seven Sikorsky S76 and one Airbus Helicopters AS350B2 aircraft.

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Airline Services Components to provide PBH support to Nigeria’s Discovery Air

Nigerian-based Discovery Air has selected ASC to provide full component support on its fleet of Boeing B737-300 aircraft. This Power-by-the-Hour (PBH) contract will cover an initial three operational aircraft, with scope to expand as the airline looks to develop its route network domestically and regionally to destinations including Gambia, Ghana and Cameroon. New start-up Discovery

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Embraer projects 1,500 new deliveries of 70 to 130-seat jets in Asia Pacific over next 20 years

Embraer Commercial Aviation forecasts that airlines in Asia Pacific, including China, will take delivery of 1,500 new jets in the 70 to 130-seat segment over the next 20 years (valued at US$70bn at list prices), representing nearly 20% of the worldwide demand for the segment in the period. Of the region’s new deliveries, 65% are

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Air Juan purchases first Bell 429 WLG for use in Philippines

Bell Helicopter and Air Juan signed a purchase agreement on Februray 11th, for a Bell 429 in a wheeled landing gear (WLG) configuration. This aircraft is the first WLG configuration to be sold into the Philippines. Air Juan, which is based in the Philippines, will use the aircraft for corporate travel and to support its

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VietJetAir and Nok Air opt for CFM engines to power new aircraft

Vietnam’s VietJetAir has selected CFM International’s CFM56-5B engine to power 21 firm Airbus A320ceo (current engine option) family aircraft, including 14 A320ceos and 7 A321ceos. The agreement is valued at more than $800m at list price. Furthermore, Thailand’s Nok Air announced a commitment to order eight Next-Generation 737-800s powered by CFM56-7B engines and seven 737

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ST Aerospace and Alenia Aermacchi set to deliver the last of 12 M-346 aircraft ordered by RSAF

ST Aerospace and Alenia Aermacchi will deliver the last of the 12 M-346 new generation advanced trainers to the RSAF in March 2014, following the contract that was signed in late 2010. Currently, a total of 10 aircraft have been delivered along with the delivery of the relevant ground based training system and the associated

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