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Customer input leads to more seats and upgraded systems to accommodate them.
Upgraded version of Dornier 328 will have Rockwell Collins Pro Line Fusion flight deck; P&WC’s PW127 will power the turboprop variant
Israel Aerospace Industries and avionics manufacturer Honeywell will jointly develop a “sense-and-avoid”.
FIPS certification follows that of the Limited Ice Protection System (LIPS) in September last year.
Kaman displays industrial versatility as K-Max re-enters production.
Contracts announced here at Farnborough suggest OEMs such as Airbus are happy with Gardner Aerospace, which continues to expand.
Qatar Airways will take up to a 10 percent stake in Latam Airlines Group.
Ontic’s legacy engine support specialism has been given a boost with its acquisition to the rights to handle additional P&WC JT15D parts.
Consultancy firm sees the commercial aviation industry slowing before growing–OEMs should plan to meet potential demand.
“INCT is a flexible and modular, secure system that introduces new abilities to the world of enhanced mission applications.”