Daily Archives: January 9, 2012
A spokesman for the Irish transport minister has refuted a report published by a local daily that the minister would discuss the sale of the country’s stake in Aer Lingus Group to Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways, Bloomberg has reported.
Yesterday… Continue reading
The C-130 ATS II program provides a comprehensive academic and simulation training program for C-130… Continue reading
General Dynamics Armament and Technical Products, a business unit of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), was awarded a $23 million contract by Spirit AeroSystems in Tulsa, Okla., to produce winglets for commercial business-jet aircraft.
General Dynamics Armament and Technical Products will… Continue reading
A grand total of 60 Fokker aircraft have been transferred by their owners to new operators worldwide during 2011. ‘The second half of this year has been outstanding with a total of 33 Fokker 50s and Fokker 100s changing hands’… Continue reading
First launch of Vega
Europe’s family of launchers will welcome its smallest member, Vega.
Location: CSG, Europe’s Spaceport (French Guiana)
Date: 9 February
BepiColombo presentation to media
ESA’s mission to explore Mercury will undergo extensive testing in 2012.… Continue reading
EUROPEAN commercial aircraft builder Airbus confirmed it has informed airlines operating its A380 superjumbos to check for small cracks in wing rib-skin attachments, but said the “minor” cracks are “non-critical” and don’t constitute a safety issue.
“We have traced the… Continue reading
Passengers suffered minor cuts and bruises after storms hit QF32 three hours out of Singapore… Continue reading
AgustaWestland and Kaigai Aviotech Corporation announced that Kagoshima International Aviation of Japan has taken delivery of a GrandNew light twin helicopter. This aircraft will be used to perform emergency medical service missions in the Kagoshima Prefecture, southern Japan. A ceremony was… Continue reading