Daily Archives: March 23, 2010
Santiago, Chile/23 March 2010 Ââ€“ Russian Helicopters showcased a lineup of rotorcraft built for the Latin American market at the largest regional aerospace show FIDAE 2010 (Santiago, Chile). Russian Helicopters is the holding company of the Russian rotorcraft industry. Civil… Continue reading
Conceptual definition of a new Russian turbofan to power United Aircraft’s proposed MC-21 twinjet has reached a firm design stage, with development costs estimated at Rb35 billion ($1.1 billion). Initially dubbed the PS-14, after Aviadvigatelâ€™s PS engine family, the project… Continue reading
Stork SP Aerospace renamed Fokker Landing Gear from 1 March
Â Â Helmond, 23 March 2010 â€“ As a result of the earlier decision under which all the Aerospace companies in the Stork group will carry the Fokker name, Stork… Continue reading
The Swedish Air Force Wing F 7, based at SÃ¥tenÃ¤s, was the first unit to become operational on Gripen back in 1997. Having flown the first versions ever since, they are now beginning to convert to the latest Gripen versions.… Continue reading
A U.S. Navy F/A-18F Super Hornet completed the first captive carriage test of the AGM-154 Joint Standoff Weapon (JSOW) C-1 variant at the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, China Lake, Calif., March 4.
This… Continue reading
This very first captive carry was a huge success and both the mothership and spaceship looked absolutely stunning against the… Continue reading
CHICAGO, March 22 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Boeing (NYSE: BA) today issued the following statement from Ted Austell, vice president, Executive, Legislative and Regulatory Affairs, regarding the anticipated final WTO decision in the U.S. case against European government subsidies to Airbus.
“We… Continue reading
The MOD can confirm that an incident has occurred involving the Red Arrows whilst undertaking pre-season training at Hellenic Air Force Base Kastelli in Crete.
A Service Inquiry will be convened to identify the cause of the crash.
Further information… Continue reading
Airbus learned tonight from Geneva that the WTO Panel report confirms the following:
1. 70 percent of the US claims were rejected.
2. The European reimbursable loan mechanism is confirmed to be a legal and compliant instrument of partnership between… Continue reading