22 May 2018

Airbus confirms compliance with WTO subsidy verdict as sanctions loom

Airbus has confirmed that it has taken appropriate measures to comply with the World Trade Organization (WTO) ruling on subsidies for its A350 and A380 aircraft.The ruling by the WTO has cleared the way for the U.S. to impose sanctions at the end of what has been a dispute which has lasted 14 years. It […]

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Safran Helicopter Engines makes management appointments

Florent Chauvancy has been appointed Executive Vice-President, OEM Sales, succeeding Maxime Faribault who is retiring. Chauvancy is a graduate of the French National Institute of Applied Sciences in Lyon (Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering – 1999) and the Rotman Business School in Toronto (Executive MBA). Furthermore Giuseppe Curci has been appointed Executive Vice-President, Finance and

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Airlines faced with critical decision making as jet fuel prices rise

With fuel coming second only to wages as an airline’s greatest outgoing, a period of critical planning awaits them with rising prices coinciding with the traditionally busy summer season. In 2018 alone jet fuel prices have risen 15 percent, while over the last twelve months they have risen by approximately 60 percent. With schedules and

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MTU Aero Engines steps up efforts in the field of additive manufacturing

The breakthrough came with the borescope boss for the geared turbofan engine powering the A320neo; MTU Aero Engines is stepping up its efforts in the field of additive manufacturing. At the beginning of this year, a separate department, headed up by Dr. Jürgen Kraus, was set up to push this technology forward. “By pulling all

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Air BP expands network with six new locations in Africa

Air BP, the international aviation fuel products and services supplier has collaborated with Vivo Energy to grow its network in Africa adding six new locations: Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport (MRU), Abidjan-Felix-Houphouet-Boigny International Airport (ABJ), Nelson Mandela International (RAI), Sal International Airport (SID), Agadir – Al Massira Airport (AGA) and Marrakesh – Menera Airport (RAK).

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Taking the stress out of inventory

Torsten Tamm, Managing Director, AviTrader CS GmbH explains the business model for the company’s new service in surplus inventory remarketing and parts auctioning. (interview AviTrader MRO magazine May 2018) AviTrader MRO: You recently founded AviTrader CS in Munich, Germany together with your business partners. Are you moving the Vancouver, Canada based AviTrader publication business to

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