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  • Vietnam Airlines switches 787 order to -9s


    Vietnam Airlines expects it will have to wait until 2015 to receive its first Boeing 787 after switching its 16-aircraft order from the -8 to the stretched -9 due to unexpected performance limitations on the original model.


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  • OSHKOSH: Piper names new CEO

    News | 26 Jul 2010 21:00 | Bredan Sobie

    Interim chief named as Kevin Gould resignshttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/OSHKOSH-Piper-names-new-CEO-345364/
  • OSHKOSH: Two Klapmeiers - two companies

    News | 26 Jul 2010 19:00 | Bredan Sobie

    Alan and Dale to offer rival high-end turbine powered aircrafthttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/OSHKOSH-Two-Klapmeiers-two-companies-345363/
  • Vietnam Airlines switches 787 order to -9s

    News | 23 Jun 2010 23:00 | Bredan Sobie

    Vietnam Airlines expects it will have to wait until 2015 to receive its first Boeing 787 after switching its 16-aircraft order from the -8 to the stretched -9 due to unexpected performance limitations on the original model.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Vietnam-Airlines-switches-787-order-to-9s-343611/
  • Yuri Miroshnikov: Leading Ukraine International through rapid expansion

    News | 24 Jul 2008 11:00 | Bredan Sobie

    Yuri Miroshnikov has seen Ukraine International Airlines nearly triple in size since becoming president in 2004 and is preparing the mostly government-owned flag carrier for more rapid and profitable growth despite record high fuel prices.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Yuri-Miroshnikov-Leading-Ukraine-International-through-rapid-expansion-226031/
  • Naverus to help China expand RNP

    News | 10 Apr 2006 23:00

    <P>China has committed to expanding required navigation performance (RNP) operations throughout the country as part of a deal with US company Naverus, <EM>writes Bredan Sobie.</EM></P> <P>Naverus says it has forged an agreement with the Civil Aviation Administration of China’s (CAAC) research and development institute, the Centre of Aviation Safety Technology (CAST), covering licensing of its RNP Availability Forecast product.</P> <P>The Seattle-based company says CAST will distribute the forecasts to Chinese airlines, which will use the data to determine several times a day which RNP procedures are available. </P> <P>“CAST’s decision to move ahead with this service, early and nationally, reflects the CAAC’s commitment to implement RNP throughout China,” says Naverus chief executive Dan Gerrity.</P> <P>Air China began testing RNP procedures in Tibet last year in a project involving Boeing, Naverus and the CAAC. Gerrity says Naverus is working with CAST “to accelerate the technologyhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Naverus-to-help-China-expand-RNP-205863/
  • United ambition

    News | 04 Nov 2003 00:00

    Bredan Sobie/Singapore and Nicholas Ionides/Seoul <p>South Korea's aerospace industry, which has struggled to survive over the past decade, is faced with yet another round of challenges as it again tries to position itself as a top-tier manufacturer.</p> <p>The country's two largest aerospace firms - Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) and Korean Air (KAL) Aerospace - are planning a merger that could result in the rationalisation required for the struggling industry to achieve its long-time goal of becoming one of the top 10 aerospace exporters. But the companies overwhelmingly rely on domestic defence procurements and government-driven offset projects.</p> <p>To survive, the new KAI has to succeed in its so-far unsuccessful attempt to export aircraft. The Korean government must continue to funnel most defence spending into KAI, invest in expensive new indigenous aircraft projects and resist pressure to spend scarce funds on other potentially more promising sectors.</p> <p>Military phttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/United-ambition-173331/