Rolls-Royce Reveals Blade Problems in Newest Engine

Rolls-Royce Reveals Blade Problems in Newest Engine

After many years of embarrassing durability problems with a series of Trent 1000 engines, the model’s newest iteration, The Trent 1000 TEN, was supposed to mark a clean break with mistakes of the past. Rolls-Royce is now testing an enhanced...
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MAX Grounding’s Aftermarket Ramifications Hard To Gauge

MAX Grounding’s Aftermarket Ramifications Hard To Gauge

Regulators grounded the 376-aircraft MAX fleet last month after the second fatal 737 MAX 8 accident in less than five months. Procuring parts could be a problem as well. The unexpected removal of more than 400 new narrowbodies from the...
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Expansion of Bird Detection System for Airports Market to Remain Consistent During 2017-2027

Expansion of Bird Detection System for Airports Market to Remain Consistent During 2017-2027

With the increasing number of airports and related aircrafts, the number of accidents while flight take offs are increasing day by day. These accidents include the striking of the birds while flight takes off. The airports are increasingly focusing on...
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The dollar drain—the reality of ground damage

The dollar drain—the reality of ground damage

At the 2018 Ground Damage Stakeholders’ Conference, a spokesperson from Airbus invited delegates to chip in with suggestions on how an aircraft could be made safer to handle. It was an eye-opening session, and many thoughts, some trivial, some major,...
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AI Tech to Revolutionize Baggage Screening

AI Tech to Revolutionize Baggage Screening

AI will speed passengers and visitors through checkpoints, lower operating costs, and dramatically improve security. A new Artificial Intelligence (AI) software platform released recently will replace human screenr teams in airports. A first of its kind threat...
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Blocked drains led to disregarded warning

Blocked drains led to disregarded warning

An Airbus crew ignored a stall warning after an instrumentation incident, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau has found. Water in its pitot tubes had caused the autothrust and autopilot to disconnect, along with multiple other alerts on a Virgin Australia.....
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Family Values

Family Values

Turbine Controls (TC MRO) is celebrating 40 years in business. “Being privately-owned gives the company the flexibility to make smart, quick decisions to better support our customers,” Greenberg observes. As part of each site expansion, there will be addit...
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JETSTAR 787-8 SUFFERS “ABNORMAL ENGINE BEHAVIOUR” ENROUTE TO OSAKA: ATSB

JETSTAR 787-8 SUFFERS “ABNORMAL ENGINE BEHAVIOUR” ENROUTE TO OSAKA: ATSB

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) says it is helping the Japan Transport Safety Board (JTSB) investigate a loss of engine power on a Jetstar Boeing 787-8 flying from Cairns to Osaka Kansai occurred on March 29 2019. The ATSB...
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Little Understood About MAX Technical Failures

Little Understood About MAX Technical Failures

The MCAS relies on data from one of the MAX’s two AOA vanes, with the source changing after each flight. When the MCAS senses the aircraft’s nose is too high, it applies automatic nose-down horizontal stabilizer trim. Flight-data recorder data from...
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US Senate to investigate certification of FAA safety inspectors

US Senate to investigate certification of FAA safety inspectors

Federal lawmakers in the US are examining training standards of FAA Aviation Safety Inspectors (ASI) who may have participated in the development of Boeing’s 737 MAX 8, adding to the overlapping list of federal and congressional probes into the jetliner’s....
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