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A mounting body of evidence suggests that pro-Russian separatists shot down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Europe.
Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 was flying just 1,000 feet above an existing exclusion zone when it crashed.
A Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 has crashed in eastern Ukraine, with 280 passengers and 15 crew on board.
Planned Russian single aisle airliner features wide body and composite wings.
Exhibit highlights landing gear of Bombardier’s CSeries, a wingtip brake for the Airbus A350 XWB and a cooling pack for the Comac C919.
Danish company Terma’s Scanter 4002 radar mitigates against the unwanted clutter from wind turbines that appears on air traffic and other radars.
Cabin upgrades and aerodynamic clean-ups drive continuous improvement effort.
U.S.-based supplier creates satellite facility to serve Boeing South Carolina.
Eaton will be responsible for the Trent XWB-97 low-pressure fuel system, starter air system, thermal anti-icing system, engine bleed air system and more.