Reed Exhibitions, organizer of Asian Aerospace in Hong Kong, said exhibitor commitments are up 60 percent compared with the same period before the last show held there in 2007. Boeing, Bombardier, Lufthansa Technik, SR Technics, MTU and CFM
AMAC Aerospace, launched in July last year, is ready for business in the first of two new hangars at EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg, Switzerland. According to CEO Heinz Köhli, the start-up maintenance, refurbishment and completion center officially opened its doors yesterday but had already begun work on its first product, an Airbus A320 executive interior for a Middle East client.
Gulfstream Aerospace parent General Dynamics yesterday finalized its purchase of Zurich, Switzerland-based Jet Aviation from Permira Funds private equity group for approximately $2.18 billion, significantly expanding General Dynamics’s aftermarket service footprint around the world. The deal was originally announced on August 19, but had to be approved by antitrust authorities before closing.
Gulfstream Aerospace parent General Dynamics today finalized its purchase of Zurich, Switzerland-based Jet Aviation for approximately $2.18 billion, significantly expanding the General Dynamics aftermarket service footprint around the world. The move not only increases General Dynamics’s maintenance and completions/refurb capability worldwide but also adds 15 FBOs to its portfolio, including five in the U.S. At Gulfstream’s Savannah, Ga.
The CAD maintenance repair station approval allows Jet Aviation Hong Kong to provide locally registered aircraft scheduled and unscheduled line maintenance, airframe and engine repairs, avionics modifications, inspections and defect rectifications as well as AOG support.
Atlantic Turbines International (Atlantic), a Vector Aerospace company, launched its new company brand, Vector Aerospace Engine Services Atlantic, in an announcement on the opening day of NBAA 2008 last month.
Talks between Boeing and its striking machinists could resume this weekend under the terms of an agreement to return to the bargaining table more than a month after 27,000 members of the International Association of Machinists walked off the job September 6.
Corona, Calif.-based Circor Aerospace (Booth No. 2042) has selected India-based HCL Technologies to provide product research and development, IT and engineering services from HCL’s new delivery center in North Carolina and other worldwide centers.
Alenia Aeronautica officially launched the technical activities associated with the so-called Green Regional Aircraft today in Caserta, Italy, where representatives from some 25 program partners met to plan methodologies and procedures, times, deadlines and the project’s budget.
Embraer announced major suppliers that are participating in the joint-definition phase of the Legacy 450 and 500 midsize jet program. Preliminary design for the two new jets was completed in July. The more than 20 suppliers will work with Embraer engineers to “validate the aircraft configuration through a fully digital process, using virtual-reality mockups, the Catia V5 software and state-of-the-art technology,” according to Embraer.