Applications Of Brazing In Aerospace Likely To Increase

Applications Of Brazing In Aerospace Likely To Increase

Brazing technology plays a crucial role in manufacturing tough aerospace components resistant to corrosion and high temperatures, and in development of new engines for hypersonic flight. According to Nick Ludford, principal project leader at The Welding Institute (TWI) in Cambridge,...
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Swiss Sees PMA Potential, Avoids Supply Issues

Swiss Sees PMA Potential, Avoids Supply Issues

With a fleet standing just short of 90 aircraft, Swiss International Air Lines is one of many carriers across the world increasingly looking to leverage parts manufacturer approval (PMA) components for its aircraft maintenance operation. Jörg Sulser, head of ...
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Bizjet Shipments To Climb 10% in 2019

Bizjet Shipments To Climb 10% in 2019

Business jet deliveries this could see more than a 10 percent jump over 2018, primarily driven by several new models simultaneously coming to market, according to industry analyst Brian Foley of Brian Foley Associates. That would amount to some 705...
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Gemalto awarded Uganda’s New E-Immigration Solution with Fast-Track Border Crossing eKiosks at Entebbe Airport

Gemalto awarded Uganda’s New E-Immigration Solution with Fast-Track Border Crossing eKiosks at Entebbe Airport

Gemalto has been awarded the contract for the supply of a Border Management System (BMS) including airport self-service eKiosks at Entebbe, creating a faster and more convenient border-crossing experience for travellers and strengthening homeland security. Th...
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Australian Safety Authority Seeks Proposal On Fatigue Rules

Australian Safety Authority Seeks Proposal On Fatigue Rules

Proposed Civil Aviation Order (CAO) 48.1 Instrument 2019 was published in response to formal recommendations made after an independent review. The new rule is applicable to air operators, flight-training organizations and some flight-crew license holders, and ...
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How Batteries Need To Develop To Match Jet Fuel

How Batteries Need To Develop To Match Jet Fuel

For electric power to replace current engines on commercial aircraft, major improvements in battery technology will be needed. For electric aircraft, the battery is at the core. The problem is that once you go beyond light aircraft, batteries are no...
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Transport Canada May Ease MRO Regulations in 2019

Transport Canada May Ease MRO Regulations in 2019

Regulator could re-evaluate its authority to issue monetary penalties for non-compliance with operator manuals, plans and procedures. Some milder regulatory winds may soon blow from the north of the Americas. In 2019, Transport Canada will re-evaluate its auth...
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Pratt & Whitney Expands Geared Turbofan MRO In Asia

Pratt & Whitney Expands Geared Turbofan MRO In Asia

Pratt & Whitney’s Singapore engine shop underwent a $85 million upgrade to gear up for the induction of the PW1100G. Pratt modernized the operation-converting the engine bay concept to a visual flow line concept that can accommodate up to six...
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New Payment Method for Air Tickets Successfully Demonstrated

New Payment Method for Air Tickets Successfully Demonstrated

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced the successful completion of the first “IATA Pay” ticket purchase transaction in a live test environment. The transaction was conducted in partnership with ipagoo, a UK-based fintech company. IAT...
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