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Posts by Robert Wall

in Ares May 18, 2012

Australian Tiger Fleet Hits Another Snag

Australia’s experience with the Eurocopter Tiger armed reconnaissance helicopter continues to be problematic. The army has now stopped all flights....More
in Things With Wings May 16, 2012

Airbus Earnings Hit By A380 Wing Cracks

Airbus is taking another €158 million charge linked to the costs associated with wing component cracking on its A380s....More
in Things With Wings May 14, 2012

Doha: Learning from Berlin

Doha is due to finally get a new airport to meet the needs of rapidly expanding Qatar Airways. So when will New Doha International Airport actually....More
in Business Aviation Now May 13, 2012

Boeing Sees VIP MAX

Boeing is already talking to customers about a VIP version of the 737 MAX, even if the aircraft is not expected to enter airline service until 2017....More
in Business Aviation Now May 12, 2012

Falcon 50 with API Winglets Debuts At EBACE

A Falcon 50 featuring Aviation Partners's blended winglets is now at EBACE, interrupting the flight certification program underway in the U.S. (....More
in Business Aviation Now May 12, 2012

Airbus ACJ Sharklets Near

The first Airbus ACJ equipped with winglets (which Airbus calls Sharklets) is nearing.   The aircraft maker has now sold the first aircraft, an....More
in Business Aviation Now May 12, 2012

Airbus ACJ Charter Operations Become Easier

Driven by requests from Saudi Arabian and Chinese customers, Airbus has sought regulatory approval to allow use of some of its narrowbody business....More
in Ares May 11, 2012

F-35 vs F/A-18E/F: Australia Punts on Both

Australia is holding off on buying the initial batch of operational F-35s. For some time, that was expected to be good news for Boeing, but that no....More
in Ares May 11, 2012

Dutch F-35A Powers Up

The first Dutch F-35 continues its way to first flight. The aircraft recently underwent engine runs. (Photo: Dutch defense ministry)....More
in Ares May 09, 2012

Airbus Military Duo: A400M Meets FSTA

Airbus Military may have had to delay the start of functional and reliability testing of the A400M because of issues with one of its TP400D engines,....More
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