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Mazda Announces Electrification and Connectivity Strategies for Cars That Invigorate Mind and Body

Continues taking a human-centered approach to the joy of driving; contributing to the earth, society and people Mazda Motor Corporation announced electrification and connectivity strategies that build on the company’s human-centered development philosophy, aiming to further advance the joy of driving, provide both drivers and passengers with peace of mind through an enhanced sense of… Read More ›

AAR Wins IDIQ Award from U.S. Army for Aircraft Maintenance And Supply Chain Management

10-year hybrid contract valued at up to $25.5 billion AAR (NYSE: AIR), a leading provider of aviation services to commercial airlines and governments, has been awarded a 10-year hybrid (cost-plus-fixed-fee and firm-fixed-price), indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract by the U.S. Army Contracting Command for aircraft and support equipment maintenance, minor modification and supply chain management. The work… Read More ›

Lockheed Martin Awarded Contract to Train Special Operations Airmen

The U.S. Air Force awarded Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) a contract to provide comprehensive training support services for Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC), supporting schoolhouse operations for various crew positions across multiple mission design series aircraft, aircrew training and support for AFSOC Special Operation Forces (SOF) aircrews and assets. The Air Commando Training and… Read More ›

Myrtle Beach’s #1 Airline Announces New Minneapolis-St. Paul — Myrtle Beach Service.

Spirit Airlines to begin nonstop service from Minneapolis-St. Paul to Myrtle Beach on April 12, 2018 MIRAMAR, Fla., Dec. 13, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Is the winter chill already getting you down? Start planning your next family beach vacation or golf trip with friends thanks to Spirit Airlines’ (NASDAQ:SAVE) new seasonal service to the Carolina coast…. Read More ›

EASA addresses aviation’s impact on climate change.

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) proposes today that newly designed aeroplane types meet a CO2 standard from the 1st of January 2020, and that aeroplane types already in-production meet a separate CO2 standard starting from the 1st of January 2023. The objective of this so-called ‘Opinion’ published on 7 November 2017 by EASA is… Read More ›

MTU

  About MTU MTU Friedrichshafen is the core business of Rolls-Royce Power Systems, a division of Rolls-Royce plc. Our headquarters are in Friedrichshafen, Germany and we employ over 10,000 people worldwide. With over 30 subsidiaries and more than 1,200 development, production, service and sales locations in 130 countries, we are at our customers’ disposal across… Read More ›

MRO and additive manufacturing

In an issue dated October 14, 2016, and as part of a special report on MRO and additive manufacturing, the weekly magazine Air & Cosmos published an interview with Thierry Thomas, Vice President of the industrial skills center Safran Additive Manufacturing within Safran Tech. Below we have reproduced the interview with the kind permission of… Read More ›

Delta gives customers first-ever map view of bag’s journey

Maps are an integral part of travel but for those taking to the sky with checked bags, being able to see a piece of luggage and its journey through the airport and from one plane to the next has been lacking. That’s changing for Delta customers who now have a map view of their bag’s last scanned… Read More ›

Rolls-Royce expands Aerospace research center in Southern California

New Cypress Facility Supports High-Temperature Composite Production for Jet Engine Components Rolls-Royce announced today that it is growing its presence in Southern California, with a $30 million expansion into a new 62,000 square foot facility that will be dedicated to research and development of ceramic matrix composite (CMC) materials and processes for use in next… Read More ›

Rolls-Royce expands Aerospace research center in Southern California

New Cypress Facility Supports High-Temperature Composite Production for Jet Engine Components Rolls-Royce announced today that it is growing its presence in Southern California, with a $30 million expansion into a new 62,000 square foot facility that will be dedicated to research and development of ceramic matrix composite (CMC) materials and processes for use in next… Read More ›

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