26 January 2021

Frontier Airlines selects P&W engines to power 134 Airbus A320neo Family aircraft

Pratt & Whitney and Frontier Airlines have announced the selection of Pratt & Whitney GTF engines to power 134 Airbus A320neo Family aircraft. The engines will power 49 A320neos, 67 A321neos and 18 A321XLR aircraft, with the first of these aircraft currently scheduled for delivery in 2022. Pratt & Whitney will also provide Frontier with […]

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Swansea University and Faradair Aerospace strengthen relationship for U.K. aerospace revival

Swansea University and Faradair Aerospace are to expand their relationship with the British company’s commitment to bring back large-scale aircraft production to the U.K. and deliver 300 home-designed, sustainable aircraft for regional air mobility and special missions by 2030.  The enhanced collaboration will see the University’s Bay Campus become a training ground for engineers and

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RwandAir opts for TRAX eMRO

RwandAir has decided in favor of eMRO software to implement a complete, user-friendly, and web-based solution. RwandAir is the flag carrier airline of Rwanda. It operates domestic and international services to East Africa, Central Africa, West Africa, Southern Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia, from its main base at Kigali International Airport. The airline

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U.K. government signs £30 million contract with Sprint for fighter drone project

As part of a major £1.5 billion investment in military research and development, the U.K. government has signed a £30 million design and manufacture contract with the Belfast arm of Sprint AeroSystems for an unmanned fighter drone. In 2020 the U.S. group acquired the former business in Northern Ireland from Bombardier. The deal is to

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