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Paris 2011: New Portuguese Consortium Launches Eco-Friendly Cabin

L.I.F.E., a new Portuguese multi-discipline consortium, has been formed to explore “the design, development and industrialization of functional technical

Paris 2011: Chinese Chengdu J-20 Fighter Still Shrouded in Mystery

Nearly a year after the Sukhoi T-50 made its first flight, another fifth-generation fighter program made its debut, in the form of Chengdu’s J-20.

Paris 2011: Boeing Adds Hamilton Sundstrand to KC-46 Tanker Team

Boeing has added Hamilton Sundstrand to its team of suppliers on the KC-46 aerial tanker, awarding it a contract to supply its environmental-control syste

Paris 2011: Safran and Comac Form Joint Venture for C919 Wiring

Safran’s Labinal and Comac have established a Shanghai-based joint venture known as Shanghai Saifei Aviation Ewis Manufacturing, with Comac taking a 51-pe

AIN Blog: En Route to Paris on Honeywell’s Biofuel Proving Flight

Here we are, 41,000 feet in the air, sailing along at a little more than 476 knots and a little more than halfway from Morristown, N.J., to the Paris Air S
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Paris 2011: L-3 Joins Skylander SK-105 Team

L-3’s Aviation Products Group (Static F186) is to supply a wide range of avionics for the Sky Aircraft Skylander SK-105, the multi-purpose twin-turboprop t

Paris 2011: EADS North America Boss Looks on Bright Side of Tanker Contract Loss

CEO of EADS North America Sean O’Keefe believes that there is a bright side for his company in losing the massive U.S.

Paris 2011: Terma Radar Aims To Slow Wind Turbine and Air Surveillance Dilemma

Surveillance of aircraft by ground radar in proximity of wind farms is an increasing concern and Terma (Hall E E2) claims to have the answer with its Scant

Paris 2011: Price Induction To Certify Its DGEN 380 Mini-turbofan

French turbine-engine manufacturer Price Induction is about to embark on European certification of its DGEN 380 general aviation turbofan.  An example