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Raytheon’s German subsidiary will provide a radar-detecting and locating sensor.
The company is now approved to manufacture landing gear for Chinese aircraft programs.
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.
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.
Italian media outlets report that Italian prosecutors impounded a test AW609 as part of their investigation into the October 30 crash of AC2.
Deliveries of the fly-by-wire midsize jets to AirSprint will begin as soon as the aircraft is awarded type certification by Transport Canada.
Known for restarting the Twin Otter production line, Viking Air will provide support for the approximately 170 CL-415 and CL-215 firebombers in service.
The Triumph Group has been reorganized with 47 disparate subsidiaries scaled back to just 22.
Going conservative on the neo option for the A380, Airbus has cabin-revenue enhancements up its sleeve