European Union plans to charge airlines for carbon emissions are “discriminatory” and violate global laws, a group of 26 countries including the United States and China said in a joint declaration released by the Indian government on Friday.
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The Boeing Company has successfully completed a regularly scheduled programmed depot maintenance (PDM) on one of the United States’ four E-4B National Airborne Command Centers on schedule. The E-4B was returned to home station Offutt Air Force Base, Neb., on… Continue reading
Airbus aerostructures partner Premium Aerotec has successfully put together the first forward fuselage for the A350 XWB at Nordenham, Germany. The impressive all-composite fuselage is 13 metres long and comprises four panels and the floor grid. Structural assembly work will… Continue reading
The flight operations consulting services of Quovadis will be used in a challenging new setting with the Airbus subsidiary’s selection to design Required Navigation Performance (RNP) approach procedures for Atlantic Airways, flag carrier of the Faroe Islands.
Quovadis is tasked… Continue reading
Eurocopterâ€™s EC225 helicopter Full Flight Simulator at Aberdeen, Scotland logged 1000 hours of training in September, 2011
Eurocopterâ€™s latest high-fidelity helicopter training device, the EC225 simulator at its new North Sea Service Centre in Aberdeen, Scotland offers unmatched training opportunities for helicopter pilots who fly in the challenging off-shore environment for the oil and gas industry, as… Continue reading
JIUQUAN – China’s first space lab module Tiangong-1 blasted off at 9:16 pm Beijing Time (1316 GMT) Thursday from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in Northwest China’s Gansu province.
Commander-in-chief of China’s manned space program Chang Wanquan announced Thursday night that… Continue reading
Incremental orders to be placed for A380, A330 and A320 families
Lufthansaâ€™s Supervisory Board has approved the purchase of additional Airbus aircraft. The aircraft comprise two A380s, four A320s and one A330-300. These additional orders reflect the strong demand across… Continue reading
Eurocopterâ€™s enhanced EC145 T2 helicopter to foster the companyâ€™s leadership in UK national resilience
The EC145 T2 evolved version of Eurocopterâ€™s popular twin-engine EC145 â€“ which is making its debut appearance at the annual Helitech helicopter exposition in Duxford â€“ responds to the UKâ€™s demanding emergency services needs.
Eurocopterâ€™s evolutionary approach for this enhanced… Continue reading
Bombardier Aerospace confirmed today that a firm order for four Q400 NextGen high-speed turboprop airliners, which was announced on August 16, 2011, was placed by Luxair, the national airline of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. The transaction also included options… Continue reading