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Officials signed a memorandum of understanding on Tuesday at the Paris Air Show.
Parent company still has to make up its mind about selling or spinning off Sikorsky.
UTC is making big investments in more efficient use of electrical power in aircraft.
The U.S Pavilion includes 230 of the 320 American companies exhibiting at the Paris Air Show.
Cyber warfare is among the areas of new military business opportunity for IAI, but a new business jet could be on the cards too.
Debut appearances include the Bombardier CSeries, Dassault Falcon 8X and Textron AirLand Scorpion.
All of the Leap engine’s parts are doubled-source to avoid a break in the supply chain.
Talks with Airbus and Boeing over production increases continue
Tests established that aircraft can safely land in weather conditions that allow for no decision height and a minimum visual range as low as 150 feet.
TBM 900 manufacturer Daher’s priority is to increase its footprint in the key U.S. market.