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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
28 MAR 2019

Boeing unveils fix to flight system after deadly crashes

Embattled aviation giant Boeing pledged Wednesday to do all it can to prevent crashes like two that killed nearly 350 people in recent months, as it unveiled a fix to the flight software of ... More
28 MAR 2019

Boeing adopts 'business as usual' posture at 737 media tour

After two fatal crashes in five months, Boeing is trying hard -- very hard -- to present itself as unfazed by the crisis that surrounds the company.The company's sprawling factory in Renton, Washington is ... More
14 MAR 2019

Brazil's Embraer posts net loss for 2018

Brazilian airplane manufacturer Embraer, in the process of a partial takeover by US giant Boeing, announced a net loss of 669 million reais ($183 million) for 2018.Embraer said the loss was a result of ... More
14 MAR 2019
Chafic Hanna-Daher (Safran Nacelles):

Chafic Hanna-Daher (Safran Nacelles): "Our objective is to double turnover from service contracts by 2022"

Safran Nacelles launched its NacelleLife(TM) offer during MRO Americas last April. This new services offer, which completes the OEM activity proposed by the largest nacelle ... More
14 MAR 2019
A new MRO strategy for Dassault Aviation

A new MRO strategy for Dassault Aviation

With Execujet in January and TAG Aviation in February, Dassault Aviation has just acquired in one fell swoop two major business aviation MRO companies. The ... More
14 MAR 2019
ATR extends its maintenance intervals

ATR extends its maintenance intervals

ATR has managed to improve the availability of its aircraft even more. On 25th February, the regional aircraft manufacturer announced that it had obtained EASA ... More
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