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The Triumph Group has been reorganized with 47 disparate subsidiaries scaled back to just 22.
Toulouse-based research lab studies solutions to alarm deafness in today's cockpits
Going conservative on the neo option for the A380, Airbus has cabin-revenue enhancements up its sleeve
Connecticut-based manufacturing specialist secures $700 million in financing after expanding into Morocco and opening revamped facility in the UK.
CFM International’s Jean-Paul Ebanga says strong investment and careful preparation means it will fulfill its commitments with the Leap program.
Barnbrook Systems CEO Andrew Barnett was tapped for the role ahead of the show in the group’s home turf.
UTC Aerospace Systems is now the largest company in its sector.
The state currently has more than 500 aerospace companies and institutions employing more than 120,000 in the industry.
The UK cargo-hook manufacturer’s Hawk 8000lb system was selected for inclusion on the Bell 525 Relentless.