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The linkup marks a milestone in the effort to create a system of satellite-based ADS-B receivers in each of Iridium’s 66 next generation satellites.
A recent FAA notice offers guidance on the expansion of 3-nm separation in airspace below FL180 up to and including FL230.
Entry into service now expected in 2018
Five of the most promising non-stick coatings out of some 200 developed by NASA Langley were tested byengineers on the Boeing ecoDemonstrator 757.
Safran appoints more than a dozen leaders to new posts, including those at the helm of Snecma, Turbomeca, Aircelle and Sagem.
System is working better than expected and is on track to eliminate 80,000 minutes of delays at the airport in just three months.
This year’s show at Le Bourget builds on the success of the 2013 show.
Spun off from ITT Corp. as an independent company in 2011, Exelis is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Harris Corp.
Wings, tail, cockpit among components bound for Mobile, Alabama
Pratt & Whitney-powered test aircraft awaits resolution of technical glitch