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  • Air launch systems begin to come of age


    An ageing Airbus A300, currently used to train astronauts in zero- g flight, is about to find another use as the first...


  • IN FOCUS: Researchers pursue multiple routes to reusable rockets


    Rocket scientists and engineers are working on reusable concepts that will change the way mankind accesses space within...


  • Rolls-Royce comes full circle


    Thus far an unfaltering defender of metallic fan blades, Rolls-Royce is now working on a composite successor


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  • ANALYSIS: How Marshall is re-engineering its aerospace business

    News | 24 Jun 2014 14:41 | Murdo Morrison

    “You don’t get to be a 105-year-old company without reinventing yourself many times over,” admits Steve Fitz-Gerald, chief executive of Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group. As part of its latest transformation, the Cambridge-based company has been tackling costs and performance issues, and loosening its reliance on defence by developing and purchasing new businesses in the civil sector. Fitz-Gerald describes it as a “massive journey that is accelerating” for the venerable firmhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-How-Marshall-is-re-engineering-its-aerospace-business-400224/
  • Air launch systems begin to come of age

    News | 14 May 2013 10:45 | David Todd

    An ageing Airbus A300, currently used to train astronauts in zero- g flight, is about to find another use as the first stage of a new air-launched...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Air-launch-systems-begin-to-come-of-age-385811/
  • IN FOCUS: Researchers pursue multiple routes to reusable rockets

    News | 12 Jun 2012 10:00 | David Todd

    Rocket scientists and engineers are working on reusable concepts that will change the way mankind accesses space within the next 20 yearshttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/IN-FOCUS-Researchers-pursue-multiple-routes-to-reusable-rockets-372417/
  • Rolls-Royce comes full circle

    News | 27 Sep 2011 12:30 | Michael Gubisch

    Thus far an unfaltering defender of metallic fan blades, Rolls-Royce is now working on a composite successorhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Rolls-Royce-comes-full-circle-362251/
  • PARIS AIR SHOW: 100 years of Paris air show highlights

    News | 05 Jun 2009 06:00 | Günter Endres

    100 years of Paris air show highlightshttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/PARIS-AIR-SHOW-100-years-of-Paris-air-show-highlights-327190/
  • King aims to reign over VIP completions

    News | 27 Sep 2007 09:25

    <P>King Aerospace (booth 4166) is staffing up in pursuit of more VIP completions business. According to chairman Jerry King-Echevarria, the company sees an opportunity in the growing worldwide gap between demand and supply gap over the next few years.</P> <P>Oklahoma-based King Aerospace is working on a Lockheed L-1011 TriStar and a Boeing 737 for VIP clients. “We’re now talking to Airbus about completing A330s and A340s and to Boeing about the 787 and 747-8,” King-Echevarria says.</P> <P>The company has also announced seven senior appointments. “These new team members are part of an expansion to help our company deal with the growing demand for VIP aircraft customization, updating and servicing,” says King-Echevarria.</P> <P>Formerly with Dallas-based Associated Air Center, Alberto Cervantes is joining King as purchasing manager. Another ex-AAC man, Frederick Lawson, has been appointed interior manager, while Lawrence Popp project manager. </P> <P>Monnie Weems takes on responsibilhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/King-aims-to-reign-over-VIP-completions-217186/