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Angus Batey

Angus Batey
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Collins' Wide-Area Display Makes Dubai Air Show Debut
Head-up displays began as futuristic extras for fighter cockpits, but today the technology is available on high-end cars. Collins Aerospace believes it may have found a technology with similar potential – the wide-area touchscreen display.
Aerospace Hub Aims to Dominate Dubai Bizjet Market

Business aviation is on the up in Dubai – and the Mohammed Bin Rashid Aerospace Hub is at the heart of the increase.

Airbus Invests in Zephyr Battery Supplier

As aviation explores electrically powered flight, battery technology has emerged as critical. Current systems are unable to deliver anywhere near the same amounts of energy as a comparably sized conventional fuel tank.

More Than Just Cost Savings at Combined Collins Aerospace
Ahead of its first birthday, Collins Aerospace is already seeing the benefits of the merger that created the new conglomerate.
ADS: ‘Business As Usual’ for Brexiting Britain
Ahead of the Dubai Airshow, where his organization hosts a number of UK companies in the British Pavilion, ADS CEO Paul Everitt tells ShowNews’ Angus Batey that the industry is in good shape to handle whatever happens next.
From Summits to Spaceflight: Dubai Airshow Grows
Michele van Akelijen, chief executive officer of Dubai Airshow organizers Tarsus F&E, is spoilt for choice when asked what she is most looking forward to. But it's space that seems to have captured her imagination - and that of the United Arab Emirates as a whole.
Airshow Pavilion Showcases U.S.-UAE Partnerships

The U.S. has its biggest-ever presence at the Dubai Airshow this year, with almost 140 exhibitors.

Holistic UAV Training Arrives for ‘Visionary’ Emirates Air Force
It is not just in naval training where the UAE is taking a lead. The nation is also in the process of standing up a comprehensive system to train its RPAS pilots, sensor operators and mission specialists.
Change In the Air for 2020 Farnborough Airshow
As it enters its eighth decade, the Farnborough Airshow remains one of the world's pre-eminent aerospace events. But it faces a number of challenges, all outside of its control, which have forced organizers into some significant changes ahead of the 2020 edition.
Bolen: The Fight Back Starts Here 

NBAA president and CEO Ed Bolen accepts that his industry is never going to win over its harshest critics. But he believes that the sector can at very least prove that it means what it says when it talks about sustainability and environmental responsibility.

Bolen: The Fight Back Starts Here 

NBAA president and CEO Ed Bolen accepts that his industry is never going to win over its harshest critics. But he believes that the sector can at very least prove that it means what it says when it talks about sustainability and environmental responsibility.

Piaggio Bounces Back With 19 New Avanti EVO Sales
An order from Al Saif Aviation for “at least 10” Avanti EVO aircraft was the surprise highlight of an upbeat briefing from in-receivership Piaggio at NBAA-BACE this week.
Business Aviation In Climate-Change Crosshairs
Efforts to further reduce emissions and continued efficiencies gained through better flight planning and navigation may not convince the critics.
Bolen: The Fight-Back Starts Here

NBAA president and CEO Ed Bolen accepts that his industry is never going to win over its harshest critics. But he believes that the sector can at very least prove that it means what it says when it talks about sustainability and environmental responsibility.

Fixed-Price Bizjet Travel Starts to Take Off
In May, PrivateFly founder and CEO Adam Twidell told ShowNews he hoped his company’s competitors followed him into offering fixed-price private flying. His rationale was that any initiative that makes the sector more accessible would help improve business for everyone.

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