24 July 2020

Spirit AeroSystems threatened by further production cuts into 2022

Having already laid off thousands of its workforce, Spirit AeroSystems (Spirit), which makes the fuselage for the troubled Boeing 737 MAX, is in discussions with lenders over loosening debt terms. Kansas-based Spirit had already been asked by Boeing to cut back on production owing to further knock-on effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in what […]

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GA Telesis expands A320neo flight hour support contract with Air Astana

Air Astana, the national air carrier of Kazakhstan and A320neo launch customer in the CIS, has announced the expansion of its GA Telesis Flight Hour support contract for its fleet of Airbus A320neo and A321neo aircraft. The support program entails warranty administration, repair management, 24/7/365 AOG support, a large main-base stock placed at Air Astana’s

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Boeing secures Aircraft Finance Germany order for two 737-800 Boeing converted freighters

Responding to strong near and long-term express cargo demand, Aircraft Finance Germany (AFG) has signed an agreement with Boeing for two 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighters (BCF). Based on the popular Boeing Next-Generation 737, the 737-800BCF offers operators newer technology, lower fuel consumption and better reliability than other standard-body freighters. Primarily used to carry express cargo

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Bulgarian Ministry of Transport and SOF Connect consortium sign concessionaire agreement

On July 22, the Bulgarian Ministry of Transport and the SOF Connect consortium have signed a concessionaire agreement for Sofia Airport. The project has now entered a new phase and Meridiam, Strabag and Munich Airport are looking forward to closely working together with all stakeholders to enhance the attractiveness of Sofia Airport as well as

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Stevens Aerospace successfully completes AS9110/ISO9001 Quality Management System audit

Stevens Aerospace and Defense Systems (Stevens) Greenville, S.C. (GYH) facility successfully completed a multi-day surveillance audit with zero nonconformances earlier this month. This audit marks a four-year anniversary of Stevens’ registration commitment to the AS9110 and ISO9001 Quality Management System standards. Commitment and adherence to these standards furthers Stevens’ goals of continuous improvement and customer

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Over 800 aircraft to exit airline fleets says IBA

Over 800 aircraft have been identified as subject to exit from their current airline fleets, according to the leading aviation data and advisory company IBA in its recent Mid-Year Market Update. Covid-19 has driven a mix of airline failures and administrations, early lease returns and accelerated retirements, all of which feed into IBA’s analysis, which draws on data from

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GKN Aerospace Sweden joins feasibility studies of future fighter jet engine

GKN Aerospace will participation in feasibility studies on technology development for the future combat air system and next generation of fighter jet engines with partner industries in Italy and the U.K. GKN Aerospace and Saab are the two companies in Sweden that are part of the cooperation. Air combat capabilities are designated by Sweden as a national security interest. Through a joint

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