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20 JUN 2018
How Thai Airways will Expand Rolls-Royce's Trent Engine Service Network

How Thai Airways will Expand Rolls-Royce's Trent Engine Service Network


The voluntarist strategic policy of the Thai government over the past two years to develop the country's aerospace industry is taking shape. Rolls-Royce and Thai ... More
20 JUN 2018
China embarks on board aircraft recycling

China embarks on board aircraft recycling


China, a green country? After strengthening its commitments under the Paris Accord following the withdrawal of the United States, the country seems to be carrying ... More
20 JUN 2018
The first two A380s will be dismantled

The first two A380s will be dismantled


For the last year now the Dr Peters group has been seeking to give a second life to the A380s which Singapore Airlines has withdrawn ... More
08 JUN 2018
Airbus deal with Canada's Bombardier set for take-off

Airbus deal with Canada's Bombardier set for take-off


Aviation giants Airbus and Canada's Bombardier on Friday said they have finalised a partnership deal on the C Series airliner programme, the latest move ... More
07 JUN 2018

Boeing says it will not deliver any aircraft to Iran


Boeing will not deliver aircraft to Iran in light of US sanctions, effectively aborting a pair of large contracts with Iranian carriers, a Boeing spokesman said Wednesday."We have not delivered any aircraft to Iran, ... More
06 JUN 2018
Daher uncovers data mining with Me&MyTBM

Daher uncovers data mining with Me&MyTBM


As the driving force behind digital transformation and the development of Industry 4.0, Daher couldn't let data mining go by. So, the French ETI set ... More
25 MAY 2018

Drop in US aircraft sales drag down April durable goods


A sharp drop in sales of US civilian aircraft held down durable goods orders in April, offsetting strong gains in other areas, according to government data released Thursday.Despite the overall decline, the numbers showed ... More
23 MAY 2018
Laurent Martinez (Airbus):

Laurent Martinez (Airbus): "Skywise is a completely revolutionary approach to services"


We met Laurent Martinez, Head of the Services business unit at Airbus during MRO Americas in Orlando in April. Boosted by the signature of four ... More
21 MAY 2018

Ryanair profits up 10% despite cancellations crisis


Irish budget carrier Ryanair said Monday its net profit had risen 10 percent in 2017-2018 despite the cancellation of thousands of flights, but forecast a fall this year due to higher oil prices. ... More
09 MAY 2018

Boeing CEO champions free trade at Washington event


Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenberg on Wednesday emphasized the importance of free trade agreements for the aerospace giant -- deals under scrutiny by President Donald Trump's administration.Muilenberg, speaking at a meeting of The Economic Club ... More
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