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As part of a strategy to shed its image as a maker of clever but lonely boxes, ITT’s defense segment last month announced a realignment aimed at propelling
Diehl Aircabin has chosen Siemens PLM Software’s Teamcenter digital lifecycle management portfolio to help with its design, development and manufacture of
The 2010 Singapore Airshow opens this morning against a backdrop of dire warnings about the state of the airline industry.
Here in Singapore Airbus hosted the first public presentation of the A330-200F Freighter, less than a week after the Pratt & Whitney PW4000-powered cargo h
Boeing 787 pilots last week conducted the program’s first stall tests–in which pilots intentionally reduce power to both engines and then recover normal fl
Goodrich (Chalet CD-07) is celebrating 15 years since opening its Changi maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility here in Singapore.
South Korea’s Jeju Air has placed an order with Honeywell to replace the wheels and brakes on its Boeing 737s.
Best known as a producer of the Sukhoi Su-30MK series of heavy fighters, Russia’s Irkut Corp.
Jetstar Airways has ordered V2500 turbofans from International Aero Engines for up to 90 Airbus A320s.
Pratt & Whitney Canada is evaluating options for expanding its customer support network in the Asia-Pacific region in response to a rapidly growing operato