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The Boeing 787-3 program appears all but dead after Boeing vice president of marketing Randy Tinseth yesterday expressed grave doubts about the market viab
Sweden’s Nova Airlines has ordered zonal drying systems from humidity control specialist CTT System for installation on three Airbus A321s.
CFM International continues to work “on a daily basis” with Boeing and Airbus on new engine applications for the 737 and A320 families, according to Eric B
Middle East Airlines (MEA) has placed a contract for International Aero Engines to support the V2500 engines that power its Airbus A320 fleet.
Under a memorandum of understanding signed at last June’s Paris airshow, IAI is working with Airbus to develop a semi-robotic tractor called Taxibot, which
Rockwell Collins (Stand U77) is truly in growth mode here in the Asia-Pacific region, where the company continues to invest in strategic alliances and proj
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