INTERVIEW: Professor Iain Gray, Cranfield University

Professor Iain Gray leads aerospace capabilities across Cranfield University and manages strategic relationships with the world s major aerospace industrial organisations......»»

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​Boeing’s NMA buzz targets recruitment of engine partners: Airbus

Airbus vice-president of market strategy Bob Lange is unconvinced by the "magic niches" he considers Boeing to be targeting with its New Mid-market Airplane (NMA) concept......»»

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​Boeing, Mitsubishi seek cost savings in 787 wing production

Boeing and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) have entered an agreement that seeks to reduce production costs associated with the 787's wings......»»

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Enders expects new alliances in response to CSeries deal

Airbus chief executive Tom Enders predicts the next few months could be rough and tough as Boeing responds to European airframer s acquisition of the Bombardier CSeries programme......»»

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​US Navy upgrades IRST for Super Hornet fleet

The US Navy is upgrading its Boeing F/A-18E/F fighters with an improved Lockheed Martin IRST21 sensor system, allowing the Super Hornet fleet to see and detect farther......»»

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PICTURES: Air Mauritius receives first A350

Air Mauritius has taken delivery of its first Airbus A350......»»

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Babcock inks 11-aircraft Textron Aviation order

Babcock Scandinavian Air Ambulance (SAA) has signed an order with Textron Aviation for 10 Beechcraft King Air 250 twin-engined turboprops and a Cessna Citation Latitude business jet, all to be configured for air ambulance missions......»»

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P&WC foresees new large turboprop by 2025

Pratt & Whitney Canada is targeting 2023-25 as the service-entry window for a new-generation engine that could power a potential future turboprop with at least 90 seats......»»

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Hawaiian seeking A330-800neo alternatives: CEO

Hawaiian Airlines confirms it considering acquiring other aircraft types instead of the six Airbus A330-800neos it currently has on order......»»

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China Southern to take 38 Boeing jets including 777s

China Southern Airlines has agreed to order eight Boeing 777-300ERs as well as 30 737 Max 8 jets......»»

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MH17: Investigators seek details over missile-launcher photo

Investigators pursuing a criminal case over the destruction of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over Ukraine are seeking information about a new image of a mobile missile launcher......»»

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ANALYSIS: Airbus big-data initiative targets aftermarket growth

Airbus intends to grow its aftermarket activity by fitting A320-family and A330 jets with equipment to capture more operational and technical data for analysis via its new digital services platform, Skywise......»»

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Gearbox troubles leave some Dauphin helicopters grounded

Supply chain shortages on the back of a safety-driven retrofit programme have left 20 Airbus Helicopters Dauphin medium-twins temporarily grounded as they wait for the delivery of spare parts......»»

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OPINION: Is Airbus the winner in CSeries trade dispute?

Whatever Bombardier s goal was for launching the CSeries programme nearly a decade ago, it certainly was not to shepherd both the CS100 and CS300 into service before handing them over as relatively mature products, free, to Airbus......»»

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​VIDEO: Mid-2018 deliveries targeted as A330neo flies

Airbus on 19 October kicked off the A330neo's three-aircraft 1,400h flight-test programme which should lead to certification and first deliveries of the initial -900 variant in the middle of 2018......»»

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OPINION: Why new models are good for airline industry

Compiling Flight International s annual World Airliner Directory the first part of which appears in our 24-30 October issue is often a repetitive task......»»

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​Malaysia to resume search for MH370

Kuala Lumpur has entered an 'no-find, no fee' agreement with seabed exploration firm Ocean Infinity to resume the search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370......»»

Source:  FlightglobalCategory: AviationOct 19th, 2017Related News

​Airspacex pitches military variant of MOBi air taxi

Airspacex is taking its MOBi, a modular electric vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) aircraft developed to relieve urban congestion, and tweaking the concept to meet a military missions such as medical evacuation and intelligence, surveillance and r.....»»

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Lockheed flies second LM-100J cargo transport

The second LM-100J has joined Lockheed Martin s flight test programme for the commercial freighter derivative of the C-130J military transport......»»

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Boeing broadens bet on autonomous tech with new partnership

Building off its recent Aurora Flight Sciences acquisition, Boeing is investing in Near Earth Autonomy, a Pennsylvania-based company focusing on autonomous flight......»»

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