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Paul Jackson

Paul Jackson
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Third Time Lucky for Civil Herky-Bird
While the Lockheed Martin C-130 Hercules airlifter is writing history, its civil counterpart, the LM-100J, is busy rewriting it.
Embraer Brings the KC-390 To Paris
Having brought the second KC-390 tanker-transport to the 2017 Paris Air Show, Embraer returns this year with number 004, fully configured to operate with FAB, the Brazilian Air Force.
Gulfstream Demonstrates High Level Of Innovation At Paris 2
Four Gulfstream business jets grace the Le Bourget static display this week, illustrating the high level of innovation.
Stemme Sells – Growing the Surveillance Business
Since leaving the German motor glider company that continues to bear his name, Dr. Reiner Stemme has devoted his energies to utility air systems for surveillance and monitoring, generating several designs based on the sailplane formula for two related firms.
Airbus A380 At Paris: This Could Be The Last Time 3
Airbus’ decision, announced in February, to terminate the A380 after the 274th production example leaves a large hole in the Paris Air Show static display. But, while down, the superjumbo is not quite yet out.
U.S. Exhibitors ‘Over the Moon’ To Be At Paris Air Show
U.S. aerospace has the largest presence of any at this year’s Paris Air Show, totaling some 350 civil and defense manufacturers and suppliers.
RUAG’s ‘New Gen’ 228 Becomes Even Newer
Commuterliner or special missions platform; new build or upgrade; RUAG Aerospace Services is in both the static display and the German Pavilion offering sales and support for the Dornier Do 228NG turboprop twin currently in production at its Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany, plant.
Praetor 500 Certification Nigh 
Embraer is looking at September for FAA certification of its nine-seat Praetor 500.
Bellawings’ Buys, Deals Grow At EBACE 
1.Buy the airplanes; 2. Order the flight planning aids; 3. Collect an AOC. That was the strategy for the visiting president of HK Bellawings Jet Ltd, Zhang Yijia, at EBACE.
Jet Aviation Spreading Its News At EBACE 
Jet Aviation–a completions and maintenance concern employing more than 1,400 professionals–has news to report across many regions, including Europe, Australia, Asia and the Middle East.
Bell’s Rotary Machines at EBACE
Bell Helicopter is a long-term supporter of EBACE, this year bringing to the static display two of its latest helicopters.
China's EHang Signs Partnership with Austria's FACC
EHang, one of the earliest and most successful developers of such aerial craft, signed a joint agreement in Guangzhou last November with FACC of Austria, designer, developer and manufacturer of aerospace components and systems.
Pilatus PC-12 Selling Fast and Very Safe
By the end of 2018, more than 1,650 Pilatus PC-12s were in service, the fleet leaders having 34,000 hours and more than 46,000 landings to their credit.
Pegasus Celebrates International Launch at EBACE 2019
It has already secured local patents, and has U.S. and European equivalents pending. Now, South African company Pegasus has made its international launch at EBACE 2019.
Lufthansa Technik Ready to Offer VIP A220 – But Is Airbus? 
As spacious as the smallest Airbus can be, SkyRetreat will feature a totally new approach by Lufthansa Technik’s designers.
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