A Battery-Powered GPU Ideal for Gates Without Fixed 400 Hz

A Battery-Powered GPU Ideal for Gates Without Fixed 400 Hz

For airports wishing to reduce their carbon footprint and to improve the working environment of their staff, the solution is the all-new battery-powered 7400 GPU from ITW GSE. The new unit is ideal for gates without a power supply, remote...
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A GPU for Cleaner, Greener Airports

A GPU for Cleaner, Greener Airports

The ITW GSE 5400 gasoline-powered GPU is the first of its kind to run at variable speed which helps noise during operation and minimizes wear and tear. It also helps reduce NOx and other emissions at the airport. As a leading...
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Airbus and Georgia Tech Open Center for Overall Aircraft Design

Airbus and Georgia Tech Open Center for Overall Aircraft Design

Airbus and Georgia Institute of Technology officially opened the Airbus / Georgia Tech Center for Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE)- enabled Overall Aircraft Design (OAD). This Center will contribute to the development and demonstration of a concurrent ov...
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New Alloys, Coatings, Design Considerations For Wheels

New Alloys, Coatings, Design Considerations For Wheels

Greater durability, more robust corrosion resistance, less maintenance-intensive, lighter weight: These are among the phrases that will be increasingly heard to describe the emerging trends in aircraft wheel design and protection. To achieve those goals, wheel...
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Engine MRO Demand Remains Strong, Parts Market Tightening

Engine MRO Demand Remains Strong, Parts Market Tightening

Rising fuel costs are not cutting into demand for MRO services even among older aircraft, engine aftermarket providers report, contributing to a logjam at many overhaul shops. The trend is also supported by new-program challenges that are keeping aircraft from...
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Airlines Warn Against Patchwork of European Clock Changes

Airlines Warn Against Patchwork of European Clock Changes

Airlines have expressed concern about a European Commission proposal to scrap the twice-yearly seasonal clock change across the bloc and to allow EU countries to decide whether or not to permanently stick with summer or wintertime schedules. The new rules-if.....
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Rolls-Royce’s Trent 7000 Deliveries To Fall Short of Target

Rolls-Royce’s Trent 7000 Deliveries To Fall Short of Target

Rolls-Royce faces what it calls “early stage production ramp up challenges” of its Trent 7000 program, causing more aggravation for executives still feeling the sting of blade erosion problems in the Trent 1000 Package C and B engines. The British...
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AAPA panel discusses changing customer trends

AAPA panel discusses changing customer trends

The growth of LCCs and the proliferation of digital and mobile technologies are leading to shifts in consumer trends and passenger behaviors. McCulloch-Seabury Aviation Consulting senior adviser and Ledger-Air Astana VP marketing and sales said airlines tend t...
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Lufthansa May Shun Airbus for Boeing With Its Next Long-Range Jet Order

Lufthansa May Shun Airbus for Boeing With Its Next Long-Range Jet Order

Deutsche Lufthansa AG is giving Boeing Co. a shot at scooping its next wide-body order with 787 Dreamliners, presenting a challenge to Airbus SE’s effort to sell the German carrier more A350 jets, according to people familiar with the plans....
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Volocopter to test eVTOL air taxi in Singapore in 2019

Volocopter to test eVTOL air taxi in Singapore in 2019

Autonomous air taxi developer Volocopter will conduct its next set of urban flight tests in Singapore, in the second half of 2019. The flights will follow on from unmanned flights of the two-seat Volocopter 2X in Dubai in September 2017....
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