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U.S. company has always led the way in aluminum for aerospace but it is investing heavily in additive manufacturing and other “disruptive” technology.
Company says delays in transition to FAUB won’t threaten 777X EIS schedule, however.
This year, Boeing Aircraft is celebrating its 100th anniversary.
Competing With Boeing’s 787 is one reason Airbus is looking at a larger A330neo, which it launched at the last Farnborough show in 2014.
The Trent 7000 powerplant for the Airbus A330 Neo represents “a pretty active program,” says Rolls-Royce customer marketing head Peter Johnston.
Raytheon’s German subsidiary will provide a radar-detecting and locating sensor.
Automatic system is on the way, as well as a kit for the C295. Meanwhile, a solution to the A400M helicopter problem is being explored.
The company is now approved to manufacture landing gear for Chinese aircraft programs.
Seabury advises and supports airlines dealing with issues such as fleet optimization and network planning.
Talks to conclude new production contracts are still not done, but movement on price is going in the right direction.