Paris Air Show 2005

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Tranaero to get GPS flight management

The company is also announcing new contracts here at the Paris Air Show.

Yak-130 seeks role in combat training

Among the many military trainers exhibited here at Le Bourget, the Russian Yakovlev Yak-130 light twinjet can justly claim to represent a totally new gener

Boeing to spring for record in 777-200LR

The Boeing 777-200LR, the world’s longest range commercial airplane, completed its first intercontinental flight last Friday as it arrived here at Le Bourg

Marotta offers signal processing controller

Marotta Controls (Hall 3 Stand D12) is unveiling two new products at Le Bourget that represent innovative solutions to long-standing problems presented by

CFM takes LEAP into green future

CFM International has launched a new technology development program, LEAP56, that aims to ensure successors to its market-leading CFM56 engines can meet fu

Rafales continue to bolster French services

With one carrier-borne squadron already operational, deliveries to the French air force well under way, an impressive range of weapons already qualified an

MEADS Signs $3.4 Billion Contractᘥ

MEADS International has signed a contract to design and develop the medium extended air defense system.  The contract, worth more than $3.4 billion, e

Exostar helps contractors to assure identity

Exostar has come to Paris to promote the new Certipath trusted identity assurance system, a so-called commercial bridge between defense and aeronautics fir

TEAC Aerospace scores big mission data recorder pacts

TEAC Aerospace Technologies of Montebello, California (Hall 3 Booth D13g) is announcing here in Paris its receipt of a multiyear contract from General Dyna

Collins permits A380 to talk to itself

Rockwell Collins continues to increase its presence aboard the Airbus A380, most recently by securing multimillion-dollar contracts to supply the avionics