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Turbine OEM also marks 30th anniversary of PW4000-94, its first high-thrust engine, and 500,000 flight hours on the F119 that powers the F-22
Aequs has acquired key aerospace suppliers in the U.S. and France to extend its reach and grow its opportunties in the industry.
Workhorse Group's SureFly aims to fly two passengers up to 70 miles at up to 70 mph.
U.S. company's Air Ground Communications System offers enhanced operational and safety benefits through real-time data access.
French aerospace firms boosted balance sheets in 2016 due to their strong positions on leading civil and military programs.
Norwegian company showcases AM-made components and equipment, and announces a "significant investment" from the Triangle Holdings
With two aircraft here at the Paris Airshow, Daher is a home-grown company with international ambitions.
UK company displays AM-made aerospace parts, also announces research partnership with Oak Ridge National Lab in U.S.
In addition to Technology Demonstrator on display, U.S. company announces contracts with Airbus Helicopters and Pilatus
The company is close to closing a deal to open a four-bay MRO hangar for Airbus A320 family and Boeing 737 classic and new generation overhauls.