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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
10 APR 2019

German government mulls buying new Airbus planes

The German government is mulling buying three new Airbus planes to renew its fleet after a series of technical incidents led to delays, the defence ministry said on Tuesday."The decision on the acquisition of ... More
10 APR 2019

Boeing reports 19% drop in Q1 plane deliveries on MAX grounding

Boeing on Tuesday reported a 19 percent drop in first-quarter commercial airplane deliveries as the global grounding of its 737 MAX plane hits results.The aerospace giant delivered 149 commercial planes in all in the ... More
10 APR 2019

Airbus flies into new era with change of CEO

Frenchman Guillaume Faury takes over as CEO of European aerospace giant Airbus on Wednesday, looking to benefit from the current troubles of rival Boeing and limit potential disruption from Brexit and Donald Trump's trade ... More
06 APR 2019

Boeing cuts 737 production rate by 10 planes per month

Boeing announced Friday it would cut the production schedule of its 737 aircraft line following the two recent crashes that have seen the 737 MAX grounded worldwide.The aerospace giant plans to trim production to ... More
29 MAR 2019

WTO confirms US failed to fully comply over Boeing subsidies

The World Trade Organization (WTO) ruled Thursday that Washington failed to fully comply with a 2012 order to halt subsidies to Boeing, marking a partial victory for rival aircraft-maker Airbus and the EU.The finding ... More
28 MAR 2019
Safran is proposing a complete digital chain for helicopters with Cassiopée

Safran is proposing a complete digital chain for helicopters with Cassiopée

The rotary wing world can't escape the frenzy surrounding data use. Safran Electronics & Defense took advantage of Heli-Expo in Atlanta at the start of ... More
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