3 April 2014

Telair delivers 400th lower deck cargo system for Airbus A330 series

Telair International, a subsidiary of U.S.-based aerospace and defense contractor AAR, announced delivery of the 400th advanced lower deck cargo system to the Airbus fuselage production line in Hamburg. Telair has been a supplier of individual components involved with cargo loading systems for the Airbus aircraft since the 1970’s and will become the single-source supplier […]

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Dassault's Falcon 2000S & 2000LXS approved for London City Airport

Dassault’s Falcon 2000S and 2000LXS twin jets recently received approval to operate at one of the world’s most challenging airports, London City, located in the heart of Europe’s financial hub. Dassault is the only business jet manufacturer to have its entire current production fleet certified to operate at London City.

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Boeing qualification of AkzoNobel base coat/clear coat system

AkzoNobel Aerospace Coatings announced Boeing qualification of the Aerodur 3001/ 3002 Base Coat/Clear Coat system. The newly approved Aerodur Base Coat/Clear Coat system is qualified by Boeing to both the BMS 10-72, Type 10 and BMS 10-125, Type 4 specifications and is applicable for use on all Boeing legacy models (777, 747, 737, 767) under

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BAE Systems awarded EASA approval for TCAS 7.1 upgrade for Boeing 737 and 757 models

BAE Systems Regional Aircraft has obtained European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) approval to upgrade all previous TCAS 7.0 installations on Boeing 737s and Boeing 757s to the new TCAS 7.1 standard, and has won business from three airlines. For retrofit aircraft this new standard is mandatory from December 1st, 2015, for all aircraft flying in

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Air Serbia reports positive progress since its launch 5 months ago

Air Serbia, the national airline of Serbia, reported positive progress after the five months since its launch in October 2013, outlining network and fleet growth and the creation of new jobs in Serbia. With a focus on comfort, Air Serbia leased eight modern Airbus A319 and two Airbus A320 aircraft to replace the ageing fleet

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Sabena technics develops Sharklet retrofit capability

Sabena technics develops its Sharklet retrofit capability. The Sharklets will allow fuel efficiency improvement, payload/range capability increase, and environmental impact reduction thus bringing notable benefits to the customers’ operations. Constantly looking to improve aircraft operational use, Sabena technics has already developed the capability to perform the production retrofit on sharklet-ready wings on the Airbus A320

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