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Aviation Week & Space Technology, September 23, 2019

Business

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China Tensions Pose Growing Widebody Risk To Boeing

Sep 17, 2019
Boeing is noting publicly that orders from China form a key element of its planning for future production totals and assembly rates, but there could be issues.

Commercial Aviation

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Long-Haul Variant May Be First Step In Transforming Airbus A220 Profile

Sep 18, 2019
Airbus’ move to increase the A220’s range even more has to be seen in the context of its wider strategy against Boeing.
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Embraer Writes New Chapter With First E195-E2 Delivery

Sep 19, 2019
Embraer delivers the second, larger version of the E2 family to its first operator. Executives hope the low unit costs will allow it to break into new markets.
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New Haneda Slots Will Spur Growth For ANA And JAL

Sep 20, 2019
Increased Haneda access will play a key role in plans by the major Japanese airlines to accelerate international expansion in 2020.
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Modified Embraer 170 Will Take On Wider Honeywell Test Role

Sep 20, 2019
From advanced turbofans to UAM avionics, Honeywell’s flying testbeds are gearing up for expansion.
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Honeywell’s Convair Testbed Bows Out Of Service

Sep 20, 2019
Honeywell’s Convair CV-580 flying testbed has had a career that included a key role in the evolution of industry’s most important safety avionics developments.

Air Traffic Management

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Transatlantic Surveillance From Space Is Making Flights Greener

Sep 16, 2019
ADS-B is giving more freedom to transatlantic flights to fly optimum trajectories for fuel and time savings.

Defense

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Raytheon Unveils Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile Project

Sep 16, 2019
Peregrine offers AIM-120 Range and AIM-9X maneuverability in a smaller package.
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Nammo Ramjet Could Deliver Mach 5 Performance For Missiles

Sep 18, 2019
Norwegian scalable ramjet could have applications across air-, ground- and sea-launched weaponry.
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DARPA And Dynetics Ready To Demo Air-recovered Gremlins

Sep 19, 2019
Earthquake damage at test range delays plans to demonstrate airborne launch and recovery of unmanned aircraft that would cooperate with manned platforms.
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The Week In Defense, Sept. 19-26, 2019

Sep 19, 2019
Netherlands to buy nine more F-35s; U.S. Marine’s UH/AH-1 replacement effort; Boeing assembling Japanese tanker; India tests first indigenous missile.
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レイセオン社が新しい中距離空対空ミサイルの開発を発表 (Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile Project by Raytheon)

Sep 29, 2019
レイセオン社は、新型中距離空対空ミサイル「ペレグリン (Peregrine)」の内部資金による開発を発表した。これはAIM-120中距離対空ミサイルの射程と、AIM-9X サイドワインダー短距離空対空ミサイルの機動性を持ち、搭載ミサイル数を引き上げるために従来よりさらに小型に設計されている。 Raytheon has unveiled an internally funded program to develop a new air-to-air missile called Peregrine that combines the reach of the medium-range AIM-120 and the maneuverability of the short-range AIM-9X, but in a smaller form factor to increase the magazine depth of tactical aircraft.

Military Space

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Britain Plans All-Seeing Eye In Space

Sep 17, 2019
Oberon will lean on British expertise in radars and smallsat technology.

Space

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OEMs Unveil New Satellites Amid Market Rebound

Sep 17, 2019
Airbus, Boeing and Thales Alenia Space have introduced new, software-defined satellites that can be reconfigured in orbit to adapt to new missions.
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Japan’s H-IIB Lifts Off Following Launchpad Fire

Sep 16, 2019
MHI prime contractor is looking to expand its commercial launch footprint.

Unmanned Aviation

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Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Take A Step Closer To Market

Sep 17, 2019
Startups report progress with full-scale prototypes as Bell and Boeing test eVTOL unmanned cargo aircraft.
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Drone Startup Flirtey Takes On Tech Giants

Sep 19, 2019
Flirtey reveals plans to begin commercial drone deliveries.

Urban Air Mobility

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Grand Challenge Will Bring NASA, FAA And Industry Together On UAM

Sep 18, 2019
Up to three eVTOL developers sought to participate in the developmental testing event to pave way for NASA’s UAM Grand Challenge.

Technology

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The Week In Technology, Sept. 16-20, 2019

Sep 16, 2019
Hawk30 flies; BAE buys HAPS developer; Austrian tests inspection drones; Helipad monitoring; Carmaker backs Volocopter.

Up Front

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Opinion: Is The Party Over For Commercial Aviation?

Sep 18, 2019
After years of above-trend air traffic growth, air travel demand has slowed markedly this year, putting the jetliner double cycle at risk.

Going Concerns

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Why Federal A&D Spending Is The Modern Interstate Highway System

Sep 20, 2019
Infrastructure spending is a hot-button issue ahead of next year’s presidential election. The president may win the issue, for reasons important to A&D.

Launchpad

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Bigelow Aerospace Retools For NASA Lunar, Mars Bids

Sep 20, 2019
Pioneering space habitat developer cancels launch contracts for ISS, low Earth orbit passenger flights.

Viewpoint

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Opinion: Make Room For A New Market In Transportation

Sep 20, 2019
The potential for the eVTOL ecosystem is likely to be $10-20 billion by 2030.

 

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