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Sun, Dec 09, 2018

ICAO Hosts Aviation Security Week Conference

Forges Important Progress On Coordinating Responses To Terrorist Mobility And Emerging Threats

The security of global air transport operations took an important step forward this week, with a series of new agreements and recommendations being forged during the 2018 ICAO AVSEC Week by the world’s most prominent aviation security administrations and bodies.

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Sun, Dec 09, 2018

Vallair Purchases Four CFM56-5A Engines From Air France

Engines To Be Parted Out And Sold

Aircraft trading, leasing and specialist MRO organization Vallair has purchased four CFM56-5A engines from the French flag carrier Air France. The engines will be torn down at Vallair’s engine facility in Chateauroux, France.

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Sun, Dec 09, 2018

WestJet's Christmas Miracle Goes Global In Search Of Unique Traditions

Airline's Advent Calendar And Uniting Through Traditions Video Highlight Holiday Traditions From Six Continents

WestJet has unveiled its Christmas Advent calendar alongside its Uniting Through Traditions video, that showcase global traditions and the importance of spending time with the ones you love this holiday season.

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Sat, Dec 08, 2018

Boeing, ELG Carbon Fibre Find New Uses For Airplane Structure Material

Form Partnership To Repurpose Aerospace-Grade Composite Material Into New Products

Boeing and ELG Carbon Fibre have announced a partnership to recycle excess aerospace-grade composite material, which will be used by other companies to make products such as electronic accessories and automotive equipment. The agreement – the first of its kind for the aerospace industry – covers excess carbon fiber from 11 Boeing airplane manufacturing sites and will reduce solid waste by more than one million pounds a year.

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Sat, Dec 08, 2018

Amazon Air Director Sarah Rhoads Named Air Cargo Executive Of The Year

Recognized By Air Cargo World For Spearheading Amazon’s Revolutionary Air Cargo Operation

Sarah Rhoads, Director of Amazon Air, has been named the 2018 Air Cargo Executive of the Year by Air Cargo World, for the integral part she played in the development of Amazon’s air cargo operation.

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Fri, Dec 07, 2018

Boeing Forecasts Continued Health And Growth For Aircraft Financing In 2019

Financing Industry To Provide Approximately $143 Billion In Aircraft Funding In 2019

Boeing anticipates stable growth and broad, diversified funding will continue to support efficient aircraft financing in the next year. The company’s annual Current Aircraft Finance Market Outlook (CAFMO) evaluates and forecasts financing sources for new commercial airplane deliveries in the coming year and the industry’s overall delivery financing requirements for the next five years. The CAFMO also explores trends within major funding sources and their potential impact on the broader market.

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Fri, Dec 07, 2018

FAA Approves AerSafe For Additional Airbus Aircraft

STC Brings A319 And A320 Into Compliance With Fuel Tank Flammability Reduction Rule

The FAA has issued an amended Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) to AerSale for installation of its AerSafeTM system on Airbus 319 and 320 aircraft (ST04010NY), in compliance with the Fuel Tank Flammability Reduction (FTFR) rule.

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Fri, Dec 07, 2018

From Amsterdam to Sydney In Three Hours

Stratofly Project Developing Hypersonic Aircraft In The Netherlands

A hypersonic aircraft can travel at velocities up to eight times the speed of sound (i.e. Mach 8), and up to ten times faster than a present-day standard airliner. At those speeds, it would take only three hours to fly from the Netherlands to Australia. Hypersonic aircraft fly in the stratosphere, which results in less air resistance and therefore lower fuel consumption. Another advantage is that there is still ‘space’ in the stratosphere to handle increases in air traffic.

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Fri, Dec 07, 2018

New Generation Robot For Airworthiness Inspections Introduced

Remote-Controlled Climbing Robots Improve Efficiency In The MRO Sector

Invert Robotics unveiled its latest robot at this week’s International Federation of Airworthiness (IFA) conference in Dubai, hosted by Emirates Engineering. The remote-controlled climbing robots provide significant efficiency improvements for airlines and the aircraft maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO) sector, according to the company.

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