Euramec Returns to Happy Singapore Hunting Ground

By Angus Batey Feb 11, 2020
For small companies at big shows, the investment in time, money and resources only makes sense if it helps generate new business.
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Dassault Flies with the Angels

By Paul Jackson Feb 11, 2020
It was a lackluster 2019 for Dassault Aviation’s civil business, but military orders helped balance the books.
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Astronautics Offers Tailored Upgrades

By Guy Norris Feb 11, 2020
Asia-Pacific operators have a growing appetite for customized flight deck retrofits for fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft says Astronautics Corporation of America, which announced follow-on cockpit modernizations for Lockheed Martin P-3 and L-100/C-130s at the Singapore Airshow.
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Singapore Airshow: Where Have All the Bizjets Gone?

By Paul Jackson Feb 11, 2020
In various ways, circumstances conspire to decimate the Singapore Airshow’s business aircraft presence.
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U.S. Navy’s Aircraft Launch Rail Gun Revealed

By Guy Norris Feb 11, 2020
Details of the U.S. Navy’s new generation, electrically powered aircraft launch and recovery system, currently under test for the first time on the USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78) carrier, are visible in a large-scale model at the General Atomics booth at Singapore Airshow. 
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JAL, Collins Sign Five-Year 787 Maintenance Deal Extension

Feb 11, 2020
Japan Airlines has signed a contract worth some $200 million with Collins Aerospace for 787 support.
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Collaboration Key To Osprey Radar Evolution

By Angus Batey Feb 11, 2020
It is tempting sometimes to view the expansion of a range of products as somehow inevitable. If one system or capability works well and proves popular with customers, it often appears to naturally follow that a bigger and better version will be coming off the production line in short order. But innovation does not occur in a vacuum.
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BriteCloud Decoy Goes Global

By Angus Batey Feb 11, 2020
Interest in the system is growing around the world. BriteCloud allows pilots to eject a round from their standard chaff or flare dispensers that will emit a signal similar to, and stronger than, the radar return of the platform, causing inbound missiles to divert away from the aircraft and toward the decoy.  
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Rolls-Royce's UltraFan Getting Underway

By Guy Norris Feb 11, 2020
Production of the composite blade set for Rolls-Royce’s UltraFan future large civil engine family demonstrator is getting underway.
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Collins Aerospace Unveils Singapore Innovation Hub

By Lindsay Bjerregaard Feb 11, 2020
The hub will leverage technologies such as robotics and machine learning to address customer pain points, including inventory management and parts availability.
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Korean Air Selects Pratt GTF For A321neos

By Guy Norris Feb 10, 2020
Korean Air selected Pratt & Whitney’s PW1100G geared turbofan (GTF) to power up to 50 Airbus A321neo aircraft in a key regional win for the engine maker.
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AIA’s Fanning: A ‘Compelling’ Story on Sustainability

By Jen DiMascio Feb 10, 2020
Eric Fanning, president and CEO of the Aerospace Industries Association, was previously the secretary of the U.S. Army. He spoke with Aviation Week Network just before the Singapore Airshow about pressures on the supply chain, budget and how industry is working to spur innovation and reduce carbon emissions.
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Singapore Economic Board’s Capital Goods Division Fosters Ecosystem for Invention

Feb 10, 2020
Singapore is reinforcing its role as a global center for aerospace by encouraging technology and innovation that can be exported to the world.
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Horizon Technologies Takes Signals Intelligence Into Space

Feb 10, 2020
It can be difficult for a small company to manage to attract sufficient attention to win business. Horizon Technologies has managed the challenge, which is formidable even for companies with an in-demand and innovative product range.
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Orolia ELTs Showcased at Singapore Airshow

Feb 10, 2020
Orolia is featuring its next-generation range of emergency locator transmitters (ELTs), fixed and portable, dedicated to the aviation industry at…
Singapore Airshow

AAPA Criticizes 'Uncoordinated Response' To Virus Outbreak

By Jens Flottau Feb 10, 2020
An uncoordinated response to the coronavirus outbreak is making the effects on the airline industry far worse, according to Andrew Herdman, Director General of the Association of Asia-Pacific Airlines (AAPA).
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IAI to Build Wings for USAF T-38 Trainers

Feb 10, 2020
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has won a $240 million IDIQ contract to manufacture the wings for the T-38 jet trainers used by the U.S. Air Force…
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Asiana, Ameco Pen Engine Cooperation

Feb 10, 2020
Y I Chang, vice president of Asiana Airlines, recently visited Ameco and spoke with CEO Ni Jiliang, chief marketing officer Zhu Xiao and other…
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UK MCA Selects Elbit for UAS Maritime Trial Flights

Feb 10, 2020
Elbit Systems UK has been selected by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) to conduct maritime demonstration flights in the UK using a number of…
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Dowty Opens Production Facility in Brockworth, UK

Feb 10, 2020
Dowty Propellers has inaugurated a new facility in Brockworth, UK, to develop, manufacture and support its state-of-the-art propeller systems with…
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IDF Chooses Rafael’s Fire Weaver

Aviation Week's ShowNews Feb 10, 2020
The Israeli Ministry of Defense (IMOD) has acquired “Fire Weaver,” a networked sensor-to-shooter system. The system is expected to serve the Israel…
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IAI Unveils More Capable Heron II At Singapore Airshow

Tamir Eshel Feb 10, 2020
A new version of the Heron Medium Altitude Long Endurance (MALE) drone was introduced by IAI at the Singapore Airshow.
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Singapore Changi’s Massive Expansion Includes A Jewel

Feb 10, 2020
As Changi Airport’s marquee Terminal 5 takes shape, facility management has been building capacity and efficiency by enhancing existing terminals.
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Rolls Ramps Up Singapore Engine Output

By Chen Chuanren Feb 10, 2020
Rolls-Royce plans to increase engine production at its Singapore assembly plant at Seletar within the next few years as the uptake for widebody airliners shifts to Asia.
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Airbus Explores Future Technologies

By Guy Norris Feb 10, 2020
Sustainment focus drives Airbus toward new technology demonstrations ranging from hybrid propulsion to eVTOLs and delivery drones.
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