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Aviation Week Show News 18 Haziran 2019

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Boeing 737 MAX Gets Confidence Boost With 200-Aircraft IAG Deal

The air show’s muted aircraft-order expectations and preoccupation with the Boeing 737 MAX’s struggles took unexpected turns late on Tuesday.

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Booming Industry, Quiet Le Bourget

Aviation gurus Richard Aboulafia of Teal Group and Accenture’s John Schmidt join Aviation Week Editorial Director Joe Anselmo to take a look under the hood at this year’s Paris Air Show. Watch as they discuss everything from aircraft orders to artificial intelligence.

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Boom Supersonic Demonstrator Slides Into 2020

Supersonic airliner developer Boom has slipped first flight of the XB-1 high-speed demonstrator to 2020 but despite the latest schedule change says the follow-on full-size airliner is still on track to make its service debut in the 2025-27 time frame.

Regional Jets At The Air Show: What’s Next On The Agenda?

Embraer’s E195 E-2 ‘Profit Hunter’ arrived at this year’s show in new livery, but how much longer will the aircraft retain its name? Also, Mitsubishi is showing its rebranded MRJ, the SpaceJet at the show. Watch as our editors discuss the commercial air transport market.

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Semi-Autonomous, Smart Fueling Systems Enhance Aircraft Refueling

If you are not familiar with IoT-empowered refueling solutions, it’s time to give these systems a look. Their ability to make fueling operations safer, faster, easier and more efficient is undeniable.

Rolls Shocks With Siemens Electrics Acquisition

As aerospace accelerates toward a more electric future, Rolls-Royce has secured a head start on its strategic goals in this sector with the surprise acquisition of Siemens’ electric and hybrid electric aerospace propulsion unit.

Diehl, Safran Partner on Small Lightweight Weapon

France’s Safran, and Germany’s Diehl have signed up to work together on the development of a small, lightweight tactical air-to-ground weapon.

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Pratt & Whitney For Today And Further Down The Runway

The GTF family crosses over five commercial platforms, delivering significant reductions in fuel cost and ground noise.

Airbus Collects More A321XLR, A330neo Orders

Airbus is making further progress in placing its two models addressing the middle-of-the-market segment. Cebu Pacific placed an order for 16 A330-900s and 10 A321XLRs, the longest-range version of the A321neo.

Pratt Celebrates GTF Order Bonanza

Pratt & Whitney has made a raft of announcements during the air show, involving sales of geared turbofan engines for Airbus A320neo series aircraft.

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Data For The Life Of The Aircraft

What the aerospace industry doesn’t know about its planes is costing it serious money. Mercenary resellers take advantage of airlines and MROs because there is no central clearinghouse of aircraft components.

Raytheon, Northrop Partner To Co-develop Scramjet Missile

The effort draws on nearly two decades of hypersonic propulsion and missile development work between the two companies.

Safran’s Helicopter Engine R&D Looks Beyond Helicopters

Safran Helicopter Engines has achieved European Aviation Safety Agency certification of the Arrano turboshaft for Airbus’ new H160 twin-engine medium helicopter.

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