Dubai Airshow 2009

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AMES prepares to fill nacelle maintenance niche

Nacelle manufacturer Aircelle is here in Dubai celebrating the creation of Aerostructure Middle East Services (AMES), a 50-50 joint venture with maintenanc

Navy puts next-gen Hawkeye through its paces at Patuxent

Northrop Grumman’s E-2D Advanced Hawkeye is currently undergoing carrier compatibility tests at the U.S.

UAVs, network-centric ops top talk at air chiefs meeting

The movers and shakers of the airpower world were out in force here Saturday for the Dubai International Air Chiefs Conference.

News Clips from Dubai 2009

Jet Aviation Joins JSSI’s Network of Mx Providers
Jet Aviation of Basel, Switzerland, has signed a service agreement with Jet Support

Horizon Flight on the prowl for opportunities

Al Ain-based Horizon International Flight Academy, which has assembled a fleet of nearly 30 aircraft since it was established in 2002, is looking for growt

More Falcons set to nest in Middle East region

By March of next year Dassault is expected to deliver the first of four Falcon 7Xs that Saudi Arabian Airlines ordered at the 2007 Dubai Airshow.

Libyan airlines chooses CFM power

Libyan Airlines on Sunday selected the CFM56-5B engine to provide power for seven A320s it has on firm order, and five more on which it has options.

Show flying display gives clue to UAE basic trainer selection

Following the selection in February of the Alenia Aermacchi M-346 Master for its advanced trainer and light combat aircraft needs, the United Arab Emirates

Happy Design makes your aircraft stand out in a crowd

Didier Wolff, owner and sole employee of the Happy Design Studio from Strasbourg, France, is here in Dubai promoting his skills in designing original aircr

P&W gearing up on new engine

While focused on delivering geared turbofan (GTF) engines for the new Mitsubishi MRJ and Bombardier C Series, Pratt & Whitney is turning its attention