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  • Greek navy prioritises maritime patrol aircraft contest


    Acquiring a new fleet of maritime patrol aircraft is now the top procurement priority for the Greek navy, with the...


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  • Continental sees cash drop in 3Q09

    News | 21 Oct 2009 14:15 | Olivier Bonnassies

    Continental Airlines ended the third quarter with $2.54 billion in unrestricted cash, cash equivalents and short-term investments. This compares with $2.77 billionhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Continental-sees-cash-drop-in-3Q09-333816/
  • Greek navy prioritises maritime patrol aircraft contest

    News | 14 Oct 2008 17:00 | Craig Hoyle

    Acquiring a new fleet of maritime patrol aircraft is now the top procurement priority for the Greek navy, with the nation's six Lockheed P-3B Orions nearing...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Greek-navy-prioritises-maritime-patrol-aircraft-contest-317270/
  • Brazil special: At the crossroads

    News | 16 Apr 2007 23:00

    <P><STRONG>A planned budget increase may kick-start many pending military procurement programmes</STRONG></P> <P>It expected a $3.4 billion budget for 2007, but Brazil's ministry of defence could only watch as that sum was unexpectedly trimmed in February to $2.82 billion - exacerbating protracted delays in major defence equipment programmes for all three armed forces. But the disappointment was tempered by news that plans are in hand to increase funding over the next five years to an annual $4.84 billion - of which $3.7 billion would be allotted to the air force within the same period. </P> <P>With many procurement programmes pending, ranging from fighters to executive transport aircraft, the increase is especially welcome to the air force. Its priority is the acquisition of 12-16 multi-role fighters under a programme preliminarily budgeted at $1.1 billion and which is viewed as a successor to the ill-fated F-X BR fighter procurement programme cancelled in 2005. The ministry of defenchttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Brazil-special-At-the-crossroads-213225/
  • Defendory 2006: Trio offer solutions to ASW need

    News | 09 Oct 2006 23:00 | Craig Hoyle

    <P>The Greek navy has received an allocation of €250 million ($317 million) in the national defence budget for 2006-10 to acquire five anti-submarine warfare (ASW) aircraft.</P> <P>Alenia Aeronautica, EADS Casa and Embraer used the show to promote maritime variants of their respective ATR 72, C-295 and EMB-145 designs ahead of a formal competition launch, which industry sources suggest could take place next year. The new aircraft are expected to operate in addition to the Greek air force’s six Lockheed Martin P-3B Orion maritime patrol aircraft (MPA).</P> <P>Alenia is offering to supply a version of the ATR 72 ASW system selected to equip the Turkish navy under a 10-aircraft deal concluded last year. The company hopes to build on its previous success in selling 12 C-27J Spartan tactical transports to the Greek air force.</P> <P>EADS Casa is promoting a FITS mission system-equipped C-295 transport to meet the navy requirement, while Embraer provided information last June on a developmenhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Defendory-2006-Trio-offer-solutions-to-ASW-need-209890/
  • Business studies

    News | 08 Dec 1999 00:00

    <p>Embraer's decision to make a concerted effort to enter the business aircraft market with corporate variants of its EMB-135 and EMB-170 regional airliners came as no surprise. It is not enough for the company to build a good aircraft, however. The manufacturer will need to accommodate a type of customer with different demands from the regional market with which Embraer is at home. </p> <p>The Brazilian company is joining the growing line of regional and large aircraft manufacturers vying for a slice of the larger aircraft end of the lucrative business aircraft market which, if predictions are borne out, will account for 170 corporate configured airliners valued at $7.6 billion by 2010. </p> <p>Cross fertilisation between business and commercial aircraft within a manufacturer is nothing new. The mainstream airliner builders have always sold a small number of airliners to corporate customers, while in the mid-1980s Bombardier turned to the Challenger business jet which formed the bashttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Business-studies-59405/
  • Fairchild Dornier challenges Embraer on interest benefits

    News | 14 Jul 1998 23:00

    <p><img src='../Assets/GetAsset.aspx?ItemID=1236' /></p> <p>Andrzej Jeziorski/MUNICH </p> <p>Fairchild Dornier has lodged a complaint with the European Commission against the Brazilian Government's Proex export support scheme, which the US/German company says gives rival regional aircraft manufacturer Embraer an unfair advantage. </p> <p>Meanwhile, Fairchild Dornier has landed a deal to supply US airline Midwest Express with up to 15 328JETs. </p> <p>The Proex scheme is intended to allow Brazilian exporters to offer their customers international standard interest rates on financing packages, compensating for Brazil's 10% domestic interest rates with a Government-funded 3.8% rebate. </p> <p>Fairchild Dornier, however, alleges that the Brazilian manufacturer is offering financing packages for its aircraft via international banks with a basic 7% interest rate, yet still benefits from the Government scheme, giving Embraer an unfair advantage in selling its EMB-135 jet against the 328Jhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Fairchild-Dornier-challenges-Embraer-on-interest-benefits-39316/