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06 JUN 2019
Dassault develops its next generation of maintenance tools

Dassault develops its next generation of maintenance tools


Just as it is turning its MRO strategy upside down - with the consecutive buy-outs of Execujet and TAG Aviation at the start of the ... More
23 MAY 2019

FAA chief says no 737 MAX fix yet ahead of fence-mending summit


The head of the US air safety agency said on Wednesday his agency hadn't yet evaluated Boeing's patch for its 737 MAX 8 jet, ahead of a Thursday summit of global aviation regulators.The 737 ... More
22 MAY 2019

Will FAA's plan for 737 MAX fly outside US?


Getting Boeing's top-selling 737 MAX back in the skies faces a critical test this week as the company and US regulators each seek to restore their reputations after two deadly crashes.The US Federal Aviation ... More
17 MAY 2019

Boeing says 737 MAX software update is complete


Boeing said Thursday that it completed its software update on the 737 MAX after two deadly crashes resulted in a global grounding of the aircraft.The proposed fix, which addresses a problem with a flight ... More
16 MAY 2019

FAA grilled again over Boeing 737 MAX crisis


The head of the Federal Aviation Administration faced another grilling in Congress on Wednesday following revelations that pilots complained to Boeing about the 737 MAX in the aftermath of the Lion Air crash.The hearing ... More
16 MAY 2019

Flying cars mooted for Paris' public transport network


European aerospace giant Airbus and Paris underground operator RATP will study the viability of adding flying vehicles to the city's urban transport network, the companies said Wednesday.The firms will "explore the feasibility of urban ... More
09 MAY 2019

Boeing struggling with Mt. Everest PR challenge


No amount of public relations spin can repair the reputational hit from two deadly plane crashes. But Boeing may have further damaged itself with muddled communications that downplayed its responsibility in the disasters.Chief Executive ... More
25 APR 2019

Norwegian further delays Airbus and Boeing 737 MAX deliveries


Norwegian, Europe's third biggest low-cost airline, now in financial difficulty, said Wednesday it was further delaying deliveries of Airbus and Boeing 737 MAX planes it had ordered.It said it had reached agreement with the ... More
24 APR 2019

Boeing seeks to exit crisis mode as it reports results


Under growing scrutiny from investors and regulators, embattled US aerospace giant Boeing will have a chance this week to reset the narrative as it aims to pivot from two deadly crashes that have grounded ... More
11 APR 2019
Interview With Ajay Agrawal, President, Aftermarket Services at Collins Aerospace

Interview With Ajay Agrawal, President, Aftermarket Services at Collins Aerospace


The combination of UTC Aerospace Systems (UTAS) and Rockwell Collins has created a true giant in systems and equipment but also a major player in ... More
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