Paris Air Show 2009

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Show boosts aerospace’s stock but hard times may still linger

If you can imagine the Paris Air Show as a stock market then what it has enjoyed this week is a nothing less than a rally–and a very welcome one at

Tanker protagonists square off for round three of U.S. bid

Battle lines were drawn here this week for round three of the Great Tanker War.

Bahrain Mumtalakat Buys More CAE Sims

CAE has sold two full-flight simulators to Bahrain Mumtalakat Holding Co., the investment arm of the Kingdom of Bahrain and owner of national carrier Gulf

Airbus orders still flow, but now just a trickle

Cooling down somewhat from a red-hot commercial start at this year’s Paris Air Show, Airbus yesterday won a pair of modest but significant firm orders–one

GP7200 to power Air Austral’s Airbus A380s

Air Austral selected the Engine Alliance GP7200 to power the pair of Airbus A380s it has ordered.

Jet Republic goes green with Bombardier

New private jet fractional ownership partner Jet Republic yesterday joined Bombardier Aerospace’s Offset Program for its initial fleet of 25 Learjet 60XRs

Dassault looms large over Thales

Thales, Europe’s third largest civil and defense aerospace group, makes its first appearance at Le Bourget since it acquired a new shareholder and executiv

CMC Electronics Satcom Antenna Certified on A380

The CMC Electronics CMA-2102SB high-gain satcom antenna has been certified on the A380 and A330/340.

Mitsubishi keeps MRJ on course; critical design review under way

Development of Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation’s MRJ regional jet continues on schedule, as some 800 engineers, designers and subcontractors in Nagoya, Jap