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Order for six 787-9s worth an estimated $1.59 billion, as Boeing continued to build its BCF orderbook at Farnborough Airshow.
P&WC will provide Antonov’s AN-132 program with a new version of the PW150A turboprop engine.
Unique three-word identifiers are applied to every 3m-square grid on the airfield and airshow site.
Display area hosts some two dozen research & technology organizations showcasing developments and capabilities that will shape tomorrow.
Originally proposed in 2010, the new rule will tighten its focus on the airports, involving approximately half the number originally considered.
The association is objecting to measures involving mandatory drug and alcohol testing and background checks.
Airbus has awarded Nordam a contract to manufacture a part that supports the A350-1000’s cargo floor.
The LoMas hollow steel screw, lighter than equivalent titanium screws, is kicking off a range of lightweight components from Click Bond.
Plans call for the business to remain at its two current sites and assume the brand name MB Aerospace Technologies Poland.
Mix of military and commercial deals enhance bottom line as it also signs AAT as distributor.