24 February 2014

Boeing machinists union in St. Louis approves contract extension

Members of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers District 837 have approved a long-term contract extension intended to better position Boeing to compete for work that’s critical to its St. Louis site’s future. The company’s contract with the more than 2,300 represented workers now expires in July, 2022. It was to have expired […]

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Boeing and Imperium finalize Acoustocam NDT procedure for 787 Dreamliner

Imperium released that Boeing has included a procedure for using Imperium’s ultrasonic imaging device, the Acoustocam, in its 787 Dreamliner Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) manual. The procedure provides a method to inspect the 787 Dreamliner’s carbon fiber-composite airframe in the field quickly and nondestructively. Boeing publishes NDT manuals that contain maintenance and inspection procedures for its

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Aerostructures Assemblies India delivers first batch of aircraft structural assemblies to Saab

Aerostructures Assemblies Ind ia(AAI), has rolled out the first batch of A380 structural assemblies on 21st February, 2014 from their facility in Belgaum (India). The assemblies will be delivered to Saab, Linkoping (Sweden). Saab would in turn deliver the assemblies to Airbus, Filton (UK). These assemblies are part of the mid and outer leading edge

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V2500 program reaches 6,000th production milestone

IAE International Aero Engines AG reached a new production milestone when it shipped its 6,000th V2500 engine from the Pratt & Whitney Middletown Engine Center. The engine will be delivered to JetBlue Airways under the wing of an Airbus A321ceo aircraft in March. JetBlue started operations in February 2000 with a V2500-powered A320. They are

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Aeromexico orders Split Scimitar Winglets for Boeing Next Generation 737-800s

Aeromexico has ordered Split Scimitar Winglets for its Boeing Next-Generation 737-800 aircraft.  APB’s newest program is the culmination of a five-year design effort using the latest computational fluid dynamic technology to redefine the aerodynamics of the Blended Winglet into an all-new Split Scimitar Winglet. The unique feature of the Split Scimitar Winglet is that it

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Aurélien Blanc appointed Managing Director of Turbomeca Asia Pacific

Aurelien Blanc, previously head of Turbomeca Asia Pacific (TAP) Front Office, took over as the company’s Managing Director. In 2009, Aurélien Blanc, a business graduate from INSEAD, joined TAP having spent several years at Airbus Helicopters as Commercial Director for South-East Asia. He is now in charge of executive management for TAP which supports 170

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Display cursor control unveiled for Next Generation MD Explorer

Universal Avionics introduced one of its flagship features of the new avionics package in the redesigned Next Generation MD Explorer, a cursor control for the advanced display system as an integrated part of the collective. This “point and click” philosophy brings some of the most advanced technology in the market into the flight deck of

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GA Telesis Engine Services announces successful engine run after test cell upgrade

GA Telesis Engines Services (GATES) has successfully upgraded and tested its first General Electric CF6-80C2B1F aircraft engine in its test cell after installing the latest and most current adapter technology. This dynamic enhancement gives GATES the capability to overhaul all CF6-80C2B engines for Boeing aircraft, including the B1F, B4F, B6F, and B7F engine models. “This

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Sabena technics awarded design and VIP cabin integration contract for new BBJ 737-700

Sabena technics has been awarded the design and VIP cabin integration contract for a new Boeing Business Jet 737-700. The VIP completion teams have already started the design and engineering and are looking forward to welcoming the aircraft in Sabena technics’ facility in Bordeaux in March 2015. This signature grants Sabena technics with the «

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