Regina Kenney

Digital Content Producer,

Digital Content Producer for MRO Aviation Week 

Brief Guide to Aircraft Composite Materials
The high strength, low weight and corrosion resistant materials of composites are quickly becoming more important to aircraft structures. Here is a brief guide on the construction and applications of composite materials in the aerospace industry.
This Week in Tweets: Special Offers, 3D Printing facts, and Augmented Reality
A collection of great tweets from the MRO industry this week.
What’s new at Lufthansa Technik in 2015?
Overview of Lufthansa Technik’s new initiatives, projects and leadership roles for the company this year.
This Week in Tweets: New MRO Agreements, Blogs and Photos
A collection of great tweets from the MRO Industry in the last week.
Watch a robot automate inspection procedures for engine components
Lufthansa Technik is developing an AutoInspect robot to automate inspection procedures for engine components at its headquarters in Hamburg, Germany
This Week in Tweets: Test flights, customer feedback and maintenance students
Here is a collection of tweets from the MRO Industry this week.
8 Things You Didn’t Know About Air Force One 4
The two aircraft that regularly fly as “Air Force One” have special equipment and staff to keep the U.S. president flying safely.
Qantas’ First Boeing 747-400 Makes its Final Journey
Qantas’ first Boeing 747-400, which was commemorated as the first to fly the longest commercial flight--from London to Sydney--in 1989, made its shortest and final journey from Sydney to Illawarra Regional Airport in New South Wales.
Boeing Business Jets selects Jet Aviation Basel to complete interiors of two Boeing B777-300ER
Boeing Business Jets awarded Jet Aviation Basel a contract to complete the interiors of two Boeing B777-300ER aircraft on behalf of an undisclosed client in Asia. The project is slated for immediate commencement.
The History of Aer Lingus 1
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day weekend, we want to celebrate the history of Ireland’s national flag carrier airline, Aer Lingus.
Products To Help Keep Aircraft And Workers Safe 

1. Firefighting foam for MROs

Company: Red Dog Services

Product: Compressed-air foam system

MRO Americas Convention to Host Aerospace Competition
More than 40 aviation maintenance teams from around the world will compete for the ‘William F. “Bill” O’Brien Award’ for Excellence in Aircraft Maintenance at MRO Americas Convention, April 14-16.
This Week in Tweets: Smart Glasses, Awards and Gearboxes
A collection of MRO Industry tweets from the past week.
The Future of Inflight Entertainment 1
Inflight entertainment is rapidly changing as airlines struggle to install and update latest technologies. Here is a look at the top innovations to look for in IFE Systems.
5 Things You Didn’t Know About Aircraft Graveyards 1
Aircraft graveyards or “boneyards” are home to thousands of retired aircraft waiting to be recycled or reused. Here are 5 facts about these technology cemeteries.
Mar 31, 2015

Operation Decisive Storm -- Air Power Over Yemen 3

A Saudi-led coalition of Middle Eastern and African states has started a major air campaign against Houthi rebels in Yemen. We take a look at the air assets assembled for Operation Decisive Storm....More
Mar 27, 2015

U. S., Russian Astronauts Reach International Space Station for One Year Stay 7

"He will do great," predicted NASA astronaut Barry "Butch" Wilmore, who returned to Earth after 5 1/2 months on the ISS earlier this month. Wilmore watched Scott Kelly's lift off from NASA's Mission Control in Houston....More
Mar 26, 2015

Open Skies Over Benelux And Germany

Cold War kids like me still remember the Open Skies treaty, the 1992 agreement by members of NATO and the then Warsaw Pact to allow observation flights over their territory as a confidence-building measure....More
Mar 26, 2015

Pilot Report: Aviation Week Flies The Gripen (1999)

In 1999, Aviation Week's then Editor-in-Chief reported on the capabilities of the Saab Gripen. Read his pilot report....More
Mar 25, 2015

Kepler Achievements Recognized by National Air and Space Museum

"We are discovering all kinds of exotic planets, worlds that have oceans of molten rock, worlds that have not one but two stars rising in the East and setting in the West," said Natalie Batalha, Kepler mission scientist....More
Mar 24, 2015

NavWeek: Semper Why 3

As the U.S. Marine Corps continues to tack back to its expeditionary core and the U.S. remains on course for its Asia-Pacific rebalance, the question of the force’s relevance is again coming to the fore....More
Mar 21, 2015

SpaceX's Gwynne Shotwell Talks Raptor, Falcon 9, CRS-2, Satellite Internet and More 5

During a March 17 luncheon Shotwell touched on developments underway at the Hawthorne, California-based company....More
Mar 20, 2015

Germany To Boost Defense Spending

Germany's finance minister says the pacifist nation must shoulder more military commitments in the coming years....More

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