All Systems & interiors articles – Page 14

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    P&W Q3 profit rises 15% on aftermarket sales


    Pratt & Whitney's third-quarter operating profit rose 15% year-on-year to $471 million on growth in its military and commercial aftermarket as well as due to cost reduction for its geared turbofan (GTF) engine programme and favorable commercial OEM mix.

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    Textron upbeat after Longitude certification


    Textron Aviation officials are upbeat ahead of this year’s NBAA, as the company’s new super midsize jet, the Cessna Citation Longitude, makes its official post-certification debut at an international airshow.

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    Europe’s regulator targets January return for Max, Reuters reports


    European regulators say that the earliest date they may be able to certify the Boeing 737 Max to return to service would likely be in January 2020 following flight tests independent of the Federal Aviation Administration, Reuters news service reports on 21 October.

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    Boeing says text messages between pilots were misinterpreted


    ​Boeing says instant text messages between company pilots suggesting that it may have had prior understanding of the flaws in its Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS) on 737 Max aircraft have been misinterpreted, and it was “unfortunate” that they were released without “meaningful explanation”.

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    Bahamas aviation sector regroups after Hurricane Dorian


    Alicia Cooke, an employee of Bahamas fixed-base operator (FBO) Cherokee Aviation, weathered much of Hurricane Dorian trapped with her family in the hallway of their Abaco home, holding shut a door, praying the wind and storm surge would not take them away.

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    Textron Q3 deliveries flat as defence drags


    ​Deliveries at Textron’s aircraft manufacturers were stable in the third quarter, helping the parent company raise its earnings per share and operating margins during the time frame even as defence products continued to drag on the company’s income.

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    Boeing inks digital service, training deals with Korean carriers


    Boeing’s services business has renewed its partnership with Korean Air and its affiliate Jin Air in the areas of pilot training and digital solutions.

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    INTERVIEW: Becoming a hacker's worst enemy


    As cybersecurity threats on business aviation increase, Josh Wheeler, senior director entry into service and cybersecurity solutions at Satcom Direct leads the battle against the invisible attacks.

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    Raytheon and UTC shareholders green-light $74bn merger


    ​Shareholders of aerospace company United Technologies (UTC) and defence contractor Raytheon have approved the companies' planned merger, putting the deal on track to close in the first half of 2020.

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    Qantas accepts first reconfigured A380


    The first Qantas Airbus A380 featuring an upgraded cabin will re-enter service on 2 October on the London-Singapore-Sydney route.

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    Avio Interiors set to make a return with Airbus


    There are more airliners than ever in the skies – but competition to supply their seating remains tough. Three big players – Collins Aerospace Systems, Safran, and Recaro – dominate the market, with a number of start-ups emerging in recent years to focus on niches such as premium or entry-level lines. Even Boeing has got in on the act, acquiring one seat manufacturer, Encore, and partnering with another, Adient, in a joint venture.

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    Airbus: Single-pilot freighters a step to airliner operations


    The Airbus autonomous-airliner roadmap could see the technology pioneered with single-pilot operations of cargo aircraft, ahead of its introduction on passenger airliners.

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    VietJet receives first 240-seat ‘Cabin Flex’ A321neo


    Vietnam low-cost carrier VietJet Air has taken delivery of the first Airbus 321neo equipped with 240 seats in the new Airbus Cabin Flex configuration.

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    Boeing lands digital service deals with Asian carriers


    Boeing’s services business has signed a series of orders and contracts from Asia-Pacific carriers, primarily for its digital products.

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    All change at the regional aircraft manufacturers


    Dennis Lau, an aviation analyst with Ascend by Cirium, considers recent developments in the regional aircraft market

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    UTC's technology chief Eremenko steps down


    United Technologies’ chief technology officer Paul Eremenko has resigned after two years at his post, departing as the company tackles advanced-technology projects launched on his watch.

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    How biometric services are shaping the airline of the future according to NEC

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    ​Airbus tests connected interior on A350


    Airbus has started flight tests with an A350 featuring a cabin configured with connected Internet of Things equipment.

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    How the future of electric aircraft lies beyond the engines


    Electric propulsion for large commercial aircraft remains a very distant prospect. But with environmental concerns putting pressure on aviation, manufacturers have turned their attention to electrifying functions other than propulsion – the objective being to reduce CO2 emissions by designing new aircraft that are “more electric” than their predecessors.

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    JetBlue considers serving 'multiple' London airports


    ​JetBlue Airways is evaluating the possibility of serving more than one London airport under its plan to start transatlantic flights to Europe in 2021.