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Aviation Week Show News 16 June 2019

Haziran 17, 2019
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16 Haziran 2019 tarihli Aviation Week Show News hakkındaki bilgiler aşağıda yer almaktadır.

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Eviation All-Electric Regional Takes Shape

Israeli startup Eviation is displaying the first prototype of its Alice all-electric regional aircraft at this year’s Paris Air Show.

Boeing 737 MAX Return-To-Service Path Taking Shape

As the 53rd Paris Air Show opens, industry remains in the dark about when the Boeing 737 MAX fleet will be cleared to fly again. But there are signs that Boeing is nearing the next key milestones on an increasingly emerging path to get the grounded fleet airborne.

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Turkish Fighter Jet To Debut At Paris Air Show

Turkish Aerospace Industries will debut a full-scale mockup of its TF-X/MMU indigenous fighter at the Paris Air Show.

CFM Uses MAX Downtime for Leap Improvements

CFM International is using the grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX to catch up with deliveries of the aircraft’s Leap-1B engine and develop long-term fixes to address early in-service issues.

More than a decade since we introduced the GP7200, we’ve adjusted our course to put our network of suppliers, overhaul partners and field service teams at the core of our business. Times have changed, but our goal is the same: Keep the A380 flying.

U.S. Exhibitors ‘Over the Moon’ To Be At Paris Air Show

U.S. aerospace has the largest presence of any at this year’s Paris Air Show, totaling some 350 civil and defense manufacturers and suppliers.

Photo Gallery: The Aircraft of Paris 2019

Here are some of the aircraft to look out for at the 53rd Paris Air Show.

Sponsored by Pratt & Whitney

Pratt & Whitney GTF™ Engines are Creating New Routes and Powering the Future

Pratt & Whitney continues to see broad excitement and strong orders for its revolutionary Geared Turbofan engine family.

Zephyr Soars Despite Significant Setback

The past year’s progress has perhaps been more about smaller steps; but there have been several of them, and they all appear significant.

Universal Brings ‘Fly-by-Sight’ FMS to Paris

Committed to the concept of “fly-by-sight,” Universal Avionics is showcasing a new-generation flight management system at this year’s Paris Air Show that presents flight-plan and navigation data on head-up and wearable displays.

Sponsored by IAI ELTA Systems

IAI Next Generation of Multi-Sensor Multi-Mission Radar

Ten years after its operational debut, scoring thousands of target interceptions in combat, and over a hundred units sold to customers worldwide, ELTA is ready to take its Multi-Mission Radar to the next level.

Intelligence, More Than Technology, Underpinning CAE’s Rise

Predicting the future is never easy. But in the area of military simulation and training, at first glance, what’s coming next seems clear.

Spanish FCAS Agreements Planned for Show

Spain is expected to formally sign up to the Franco-German fighter development at the Paris Air Show, local media reports have suggested.

Sponsored by Eaton Aerospace Group

Improving Power And Efficiency With Distributed Architecture

Distributed architecture designs, enable distinct systems to operate independently of each other without a centralized line, helping reduce overall aircraft weight and improving safety.

Raytheon Reveals Scramjet-Powered Hypersonic Missile Concept

Raytheon has unveiled on the eve of the Paris Air Show a new vision for a future scramjet-powered hypersonic missile.

Don’t Expect An Order Bonanza At Paris Air Show

The cloudy aerospace crystal ball indicates Airbus will potentially launch the A321XLR. Boeing, however, will not launch the NMA, but will set out the reentry program of the 737 MAX in more detail.

Sponsored by Collins Aerospace

Collins Aerospace Demonstrates Bold Steps Toward Electric Future

Collins Aerospace is set to make its Paris Airshow debut with a comprehensive display of solutions that enable a more intelligent, more connected and more electric aerospace and defense industry.

Emirates to Stretch 777X Deliveries, Change 787 Order

Emirates airline is in talks with Boeing to spread out deliveries of the Boeing 777X over a longer period of time and will likely switch to the 787-9 from the larger -10.

New Thales Concept Aims to Build Trust in Artificial Intelligence

Thales launches TrUE AI – not so much a product as a new way of thinking and talking about AI-based security.

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