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BBA Aviation’s Aftermarket Services and Systems and Flight Support divisions have weathered the recession with a modest 7-percent drop in revenue for 2009.
Bombardier has appointed New Jet International as its exclusive sales representative for Switzerland, marketing the Learjet, Challenger and Global families
Airbus will have to compress the original 15-month flight-test program planned for the A350-900 into a 12-month exercise to accommodate an extension of the
In an earnings conference call this morning, Textron released its first-quarter results and reported revenues of $2.2 billion, down 12.5 percent from the f
Hamilton Sundstrand has won a contact from China's Comac to provide the electric power generation and distribution systems for the 150- to 190-seat <link n
The FAA granted Boeing expanded type inspection authorization (TIA) yesterday for the 787 Dreamliner, clearing the way for the agency’s personnel to fully
Preliminary inspection of a pair of airplanes Airbus used to fly test missions from Toulouse yesterday to assess the effect of volcanic ash on air
Cebu Pacific of the Philippines has placed a firm order with Airbus for seven more A320s, the manufacturer announced this morning.
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