Daily Archives: May 7, 2012
The sale would provide some welcome relief for the defence giant,… Continue reading
Not only Airbus lost orders in the first months of 2012, Boeing lost a total of 25 787 Dreamliner orders from undisclosed airlines.
It seems that airlines are trying to cut spendings in an uncertain economic era.
Airbus Orders through… Continue reading
* Abu Dhabi airline cancels 7 next-generation A350-1000s
* Aircraft worth over $2 billion at today’s list prices
* Same Gulf carrier cancelled 6 A350-1000s in December
* Airbus says A350-1000 is more efficient than Boeing 777
PARIS, May 7… Continue reading
Adjusted for cancellations, net orders for the year to date stood at 95 passenger jets, up… Continue reading
In order to accelerate a process of the final assembly of the Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ100) aircraft Sukhoi Civil Aircraft (SCAC) and Aviastar-SP, a United Aircraft Corporation production facility based in Ulyanovsk, concluded the cooperation agreement on interior installation. Today… Continue reading
Thales is progressively introducing enhancements during 2012 to ensure a seamless transition into A320neo Family deliveries, scheduled for entry in service in 2015.
Having… Continue reading
South Korea and the United States launched a biannual joint aerial drill Monday amid speculations of a potential nuclear test by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), the defense ministry of South Korea said Monday.
The “Max Thunder” exercise… Continue reading
STRATFORD, Connecticut – Sikorsky Aircraft and Terma today announced they have extended and broadened their previously announced Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to explore additional potential collaborations on aircraft programs. Both the original MOU, signed in February 2010, and the new… Continue reading
CHICAGO, May 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Boeing (NYSE: BA) announced today the launch of its first official app for iPad, ‘Milestones in Innovation’, now available on the App Store. The app brings nine decades of aviation innovation to iPad through… Continue reading