Aerospace

News and issues relating to the aerospace industry that are related to the science, engineering and business of flight in space involving civil, industrial and military applications, and similar topics related to flight in the atmosphere of the Earth that are not covered more directly by other AINonline subject channels. In other words, both astronautical and aeronautical subjects, except for those aeronautical topics that are specifically covered elsewhere on this website.

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Boeing Seals Contract with Japanese Suppliers of 777X

Consortium awarded 21 percent of major structural components

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The presence of Parker Hannifin Corp.
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After 28 years with General Electric Lorraine Bolsinger took over as president and CEO of GE Aviation Systems in October 2008.
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Notwithstanding Boeing’s announcement in April that it will cut 777 production from seven to five per month starting next June, the world’s two big airline