Archive for the 'Aviation Week & Space Technology' Category

China Offers Plethora Of Australian, New Zealand Routes

China’s airlines surge into Australia and New Zealand

By the end of 2018 three Chinese airlines will serve about 50 Australian and New Zealand routes.

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Top 10 MRO Trend Predictions For 2018

With 2,100 new commercial aircraft entering the world market, MROs will be looking for technologies that increase their efficiency.

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CheckTime System Calculates Effectiveness Of Deicing Fluid

Remaining effective time is updated by the minute and communicated via ACARS to the flight deck.

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Latin America Sees Changes, But Perennial Issues Persist

Latin America welcomes new carriers, but faces old, familiar issues

While the Latin America and Caribbean market welcomes new airlines, the region continues to face many o…

Market Factors, Politics Challenge Gulf Carriers

Key decisions loom in 2018 for important Middle East players

The three major Gulf carriers will continue to suffer from capacity curtailment, an unusual situation for them…

Airbus Facing Leadership Changes Amid Turmoil, Corruption Probes

Airbus will be undergoing major leadership changes, as media leaks trigger the announcement of Enders departure.

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The Week In Technology, Dec. 18-22, 2017

Circulation-control UAV; X-57 battery success; Airbus autonomous landing sensor; Falcons train drones; daring Bugatti’s sad end.

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Opinion: Big Data’s Tyranny In Aerospace

To grow and succeed in the digital age, companies need leaders who can free themselves from the tyranny of data.

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Aerospace Watchpoints For 2018

To the traditional focus on commercial growth and defense procurement, add private spaceflight, aerospace startups, advanced rotorcraft and supersonic transports as areas to watch closely in 2018.

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