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Franco-Italian manufacturer continues to roll out product improvements but is confident it can maintain its success.
When Boeing ramps up production of the 737 narrowbody airliner in Renton, Washington, there are repercussions in Wichita, Kansas.
More than 220 companies showcase their goods and services; new seminar series, “The Hub,” debuts at the pavilion.
Feeding back technology into the Trent XWB-84 model will also create an improved “EP variant of that for future A350-900s.
U.S. company has always led the way in aluminum for aerospace but it is investing heavily in additive manufacturing and other “disruptive” technology.
Competing With Boeing’s 787 is one reason Airbus is looking at a larger A330neo, which it launched at the last Farnborough show in 2014.
The Trent 7000 powerplant for the Airbus A330 Neo represents “a pretty active program,” says Rolls-Royce customer marketing head Peter Johnston.
There is nowhere you can find the curious and circuitous story about the civil use of unmanned aircraft, except in this new non-fiction book.
The company is now approved to manufacture landing gear for Chinese aircraft programs.
UMS Skeldar stake has helped Saab keep a stake in unmanned systems while focusing on Gripen export customers.