Weekly newsletter 12/2016

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Rockwell Collins sees tough year for business jet market

Rockwell Collins Inc is forecasting a double digit decline in its corporate jet business this fiscal as uncertainty in China, Russia and Brazil weighs on buyer confidence. The business jet market h...

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Would a Bigger Airbus A350 Be a Boeing 777X Killer?

The so-called A350-8000 might be more fuel efficient than Boeing's 777-9 -- but that wouldn't make it more popular. After initially downplaying the idea, Airbus executives ha...

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First helicopter event in mountain - Couchevel

Last weekend Courchevel hostet first helicopter event in mountain - Special ski patrol. Rare helicopters - Alouette 2, Bell 206, Agusta 109, Lama, MD 500,BA as 350, B2 as 350, B3 as 350, Ec 120, Ga...

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First Ultra Long Range Falcon 8X Set for Delivery to Indian Operator by end of 2016

Dassault Aviation will present its fleet of Falcon large cabin, long range business jets at India Aviation, India’s biggest civilian aviation Exhibition. The fifth edition of this prestigious e...

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ABACE Preview

This year’s Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (ABACE) should provide important insight into the extent business aviation can pin its aspirations on emerging markets s...

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Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner Begins Major Assembly

Major assembly of the first Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner is underway, the latest major milestone in the development of the newest member of the super-efficient 787 family. Boeing partner Kawasaki Hea...

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World’s First Solar Airport No Longer Pays Electricity Bills

Cochin International Airport, the world’s first 100 percent solar airport, is generating so much power from its massive solar array that the airport no longer pays for electricity. “We...

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The HondaJet Receives Certification in Mexico

  Honda Aircraft Company announced today that the HondaJet has received type certification from the Civil Aviation Safety Authority of Mexico, the Dirección General de Aeronáutic...

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Finmeccanica to go by new name of Leonardo

Italian aerospace and defence giant Finmeccanica said it planned to change its name to Leonardo, after celebrated Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci, as part of a major restructuring. The announc...

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Airbus in Talks With Iran Over Deal to Produce Plane Components

Iran could begin making parts for Airbus Group SE aircraft under plans being discussed following January’s historic agreement to purchase 118 jetliners from the European manufacturer. Airbus&...

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Europe's biggest business aviation event to continue at Geneva's Palexpo through 2021

Officials with the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA), the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA), Palexpo SA and Geneva International Airport today welcomed a new agreement, signed...

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In Alabama, Airbus plants seeds of a new aerospace cluster

The first American-made Airbus jet built in the new final-assembly plant in Mobile, Ala., is expected to make its maiden flight this week and be delivered to JetBlue soon after. Boeing’s main co...

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