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  • NBAA: Dassault takes wraps off all-new Falcon 5X

    Dassault Aviation has stolen the limelight on the eve of this year's NBAA convention by taking the wraps off the biggest Falcon business jet yet. The long range, large cabin Falcon 5X twinjet boasts a wider fuselage cross-section than the three-engined 7X and is capable of accomodating up to 16 passengers. Carrying eight passengers, the all-new aircraft will have a range of 5,200nm (9,360km).

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  • PARIS: Magellan agrees F-35 tail supply contract

    Magellan Aerospace has signed an agreement with BAE Systems for work on the F-35 Lightning II programme.

  • PARIS: Rolls-Royce rolls out legacy Trent upgrades

    Rolls-Royce's strategy of backfeeding technology from the Trent XWB into new variants of previous engines - such as the...

  • PARIS: Rolls-Royce prepares to build Trent 1000-TEN

    Rolls-Royce is aiming to put the latest variant of its Trent 1000, designated the 1000-TEN, into service in 2016. The...

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  • INTERIORS: Economy seat-width debate heats up

    News | 31 Mar 2014 10:10 | Andrew Doyle

    After Airbus boldly pitched 18in-wide seats as an industry standard, both rivals and commentators have been wondering just how much difference an inch really makes
  • FIDAE: Boeing seeks to make up lost sales ground

    News | 25 Mar 2014 00:00 | Andrew Doyle

    Sky’s the limit
  • FIDAE: Rockwell Collins shows KC-390 avionics

    News | 04 Mar 2014 18:33 | Andrew Doyle

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  • FIDAE: Wings of Change conference looks to the future

    News | 03 Mar 2014 17:53 | Andrew Doyle

    While the FIDAE show has always been a major draw for the defence industry, the event is firmly establishing itself at the heart of Latin America’s flourishing commercial aviation sector, thanks to the IATA-hosted Wings of Change conference.
  • Snecma eyes leap to open rotors for next-gen narrowbodies

    News | 12 Feb 2014 11:07 | Andrew Doyle

    ​Despite owning half of CFM International, the world’s most successful commercial engine manufacturing joint venture, Snecma parent Safran is not about to rest on its laurels when it comes to technology. As CFM conducts the first full tests of its next generation Leap turbofan for the Airbus A320neo and Boeing 737 Max families, Snecma is already looking to deliver the next step-change in engine technology in the form of an open rotor powerplant.
  • At Rolls-Royce, composites finally giving titanium a run for its money

    News | 12 Feb 2014 10:53 | Andrew Doyle

    ​Rolls-Royce may be a late starter when it comes to introducing composite fan blades into its large turbofans, but the UK manufacturer claims to have had good reason to stick with its hollow titanium blade designs until now.