Weekly newsletter 42/2016

Welcome Weekly newsletter 42/2016

News
Wings of Business National Award opens call for applications

Organizing Committee of the National Business Wings Award for the highest achievements in the field of business aviation has announced the call for applications for 2016 Award. The Business Wings A...

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Emirates hopes next US president will keep open skies pact intact

Emirates is hopeful a change of guard at the White House in January will leave the open skies deal intact. The current agreement between the UAE and the US allows Emirates to operate to any number...

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Here's the simple reason why planes have winglets

Ever look out the window of a plane or watch as it pulls up to the gate? Have you ever wondered why some planes have pointy bits at the ends of the wings? What you see are “winglets,&rdquo...

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VISION SYSTEMS UNVEILS ITS ACTI-VISION WINDOW FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE USA

As a world leader in solar protection systems and a competitive challenger in IFEC offering bespoke solutions to the aeronautic market, Vision Systems will present high-end motorized shades, Electroni...

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Boeing and Teledyne Controls Partner to Improve Airplane Software and Data Management

Boeing and Teledyne Controls today announced that the companies will combine their ground-based operational data products to create the new Fleetwide Data Manager program. The goal is to provide...

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DCNS and Airbus Helicopters join forces to design the French Navy’s future tactical VTOL drone system

DCNS, a world leader in naval defence, and Airbus Helicopters, the world’s leading helicopter manufacturer, are joining forces to design the future tactical component of France’s Naval Aer...

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Leonardo-Finmeccanica to support AW139 helicopter training services in Australasia

Leonardo-Finmeccanica announced it has signed agreements with Toll Helicopters of Australia (Toll Group) for the support of its new AgustaWestland AW139 Level D Full Flight Simulator and to establish...

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GULFSTREAM G280 ACHIEVES REMARKABLE 57TH WORLD SPEED RECORD

 Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. announced that its Gulfstream G280 aircraft recently established a speed record between Guernsey, one of the Channel Islands in Europe, and Teterboro, New Jersey,...

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Bombardier confirms progress on turnaround plan

Bombardier announced a series of actions as it continues to execute its five-year turnaround plan launched last year. The actions support the company’s efforts to build its earnings growth poten...

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Textron: Bizjet Market in Early Stages of Recovery

Textron Aviation is seeing early stages of recovery in the business jet market, Textron chairman, president and CEO Scott Donnelly said this morning during the company’s third-quarter...

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Dubai International Airport cuts aircraft landing delays

Passengers flying in to Dubai can expect more timely arrivals now that a new procedure is in place at the airport. With the new air traffic management system and optimum use of the two runways at t...

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Rockwell Collins buys B/E Aerospace for $62 per share

Aircraft component maker Rockwell Collins Inc has struck a deal to buy aircraft interior maker B/E Aerospace Inc for $62 per share in cash and stock, the companies said on Sunday. The acquisit...

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Blogs
Autograph session in Strasbourg

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Events
FLIGHTGLOBAL FINANCE FORUM: WEST COAST

The Flightglobal Finance Forum: West Coast returns in November to San Francisco. As part of our finance series the event focuses on financing deliveries of new aircraft at a time when long t...

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MEBAA 2016

MEBAA Show is the foremost business aviation platform for the Middle East – offering you unrivalled access to the business aviation market in a highly focused environment. "Since we firs...

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