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  1. Boeing revamps its Air Force tank schedule: roundupRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Business Journal

    Boeing Co. signage is seen on the exhibition floor during the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International unmanned systems conference in Washington, D.C. " Boeing is revising the master schedule it is using for the development of a new U.S. Air Force aerial tanker.


  2. Kaman Aerosystems Awarded LTA by Rolls-Royce for Trent XWB Composite A-Frame FairingsRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Freshnews

    Kaman Aerosystems , a division of Kaman Aerospace Group, announced today at the 2014 National Business Aviation Association Convention and Exhibition that it has been awarded a Long Term Supply Agreement by Rolls-Royce to manufacture the Composite A-frame Fairings for the Trent XWB engine that will power the Airbus A350 XWB aircraft. Rolls-Royce and Kaman have entered into a multi-year contract for these parts, with a projected value in excess of $5 million.


  3. World's first Airbus A350 route will be Doha-FrankfurtRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | USA Today

    The world's first-ever Airbus A350 flight with paying passengers will come on a route from Doha to Frankfurt. The route for the aircraft's maiden passenger flight was revealed Monday by Qatar Airways, which World's first Airbus A350 route will be Doha-Frankfurt The world's first-ever Airbus A350 flight with paying passengers will come on a route from Doha to Frankfurt.


  4. Qatar Airways' 1st A350 XWB Completes Maiden FlightRead the original story

    Yesterday | Aero-News Network

    The first customer A350-900 which will be delivered to Qatar Airways has successfully completed its maiden flight. The flight was the first time an A350 XWB configured for a customer has taken to the sky.


  5. Qatar selects Frankfurt as first A350 destinationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Air Transport World

    Qatar Airways will operate its first Airbus A350 on its Doha-Frankfurt route from January as the new aircraft's first scheduled service. The A350 launch customer has 80 A350s on order, split between the baseline A350-900 and the larger -1000 version.


  6. Hexcel Reports Record 2014 Third Quarter Results and Raises FY2014 GuidanceRead the original story

    Dec 31, 2013 | Business Wire

    Sales of $451.9 million were 9.6% higher than last year driven by Commercial Aerospace . Operating income was $79.0 million, 17.5% of sales, as compared to $69.0 million, 16.7% of sales in 2013.


  7. Why Your Next Trip Could Leave You More Refreshed Than When You BeganRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PSFK

    Part of accommodating a jetsetting lifestyle is to understand how and when to adjust sleep schedules and routines to overcome the physical stresses of travel. A new class of personal technologies and environments are helping travelers maintain this crucial balance and well-being at every stage of their journey through a combination of responsive feedback and light therapy.


  8. Motley Fool | IPOs often fare poorly in first yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Columbus Dispatch

    ... ships and land applications. My engines power more than 30 models of commercial aircraft, including the new Airbus A350 and the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. I have almost 13,000 engines in service in the civil aerospace market. I have 4,000 marine ...


  9. Airbus A350-900Read the original story

    Saturday Oct 18 | NBR Newsroom

    Qatar's first A350 completes maiden flight Airbus has successfully completed the maiden flight of the first customer A350-900, which will be delivered to Qatar Airways. The flight was the first time an A350 XWB configured for a customer has taken to the sky.


  10. Airbus to cut A330 rate; will Boeing follow with 777?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Business Journal

    ... to stay competitive. Both are made of aluminum, not the carbon composites of the new Boeing 787 and the Airbus A350. The production question matters in the Puget Sound region because the 777 is one of Boeing's two cash-cow aircraft, along with the ...


  11. Airbus Cuts A330 Production Amid 787, A350 DemandRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Investor's Business Daily

    Airbus is cutting production of its medium wide-body A330 jet as sales ease in anticipation of new, more fuel-efficient models. The European aerospace giant will slow A330 output to nine per month in Q4 2015 from a current production rate of 10 per month.


  12. Airbus plans to cut production of A330 jetlinerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | MarketWatch

    Airbus Group NV on Friday cut its production plans for the A330 long-range jet in the first indication aircraft makers may struggle to sustain record output levels for some of their planes as they introduce upgraded models. Airbus said it would reduce the build-rate for the A330 to nine aircraft a month in the fourth quarter of next year.


  13. Airbus to cut A330 production rate in 2015Read the original story

    Friday Oct 17 | Reuters

    Planemaker Airbus will cut production rates of its A330 plane to nine a month from 10 in the fourth quarter of 2015 as it switches to a revamped version of the jet, the A330neo. Airbus launched the A330neo at Britain's Farnborough airshow in July and it is due to enter service in the fourth quarter of 2017.


  14. DGAP-Adhoc: Airbus Group N.V.: Airbus to adjust A330 production rate to nine a monthRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 16 | GlobeNewswire

    Airbus Group N.V. / Key word : Miscellaneous 17.10.2014 08:00 Dissemination of an Ad hoc announcement according to A 15 WpHG, transmitted by DGAP - a service of EQS Group AG. The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.


  15. For Boeing, smooth Airbus A350 certification brings new pressureRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Business Journal

    ... out onto the tarmac this Saturday. It will be the first Japanese passenger jet in 40 years. The almost flawless Airbus A350 certification flights - which were preceded by a development program that was far smoother than the 787's - gives the Airbus ...


  16. UPDATE 3-Record IndiGo jet order fails to stem Airbus share slideRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Reuters

    Indian budget airline IndiGo handed Airbus its biggest ever potential plane order on Wednesday -- but shares in the planemaker slid on fears that the global economic engine underpinning recent jet demand is stalling. The provisional order for 250 A320neo jets is worth nearly $26 billion at list prices and ranks as the largest single order of jets from Airbus based on the number of planes sold.


  17. Airbus A350 Cleared For Extended Single-Engine FlightsRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 15 | WRKO-AM Brighton

    Airbus Group NV has received approval from European regulators to fly the A350, its newest long-range jet, on a single-engine for up to 370 minutes from the nearest airfield.


  18. On runway: $3.1 billion air terminal remakeRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Miami Today

    ... aircraft gate capabilities for accommodating a growing modern jumbo fleet such as the newer Boeing B787 or Airbus A350; offer terminal-wide (domestic/international) swing gate capability (a circulation core that works for both domestic and ...


  19. EASA grants ETOPS approval for Airbus A350-900Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 9 | Air Transport World

    The European Aviation Safety Agency has approved extended operations for the Airbus A350-900 for beyond 180 minutes diversion time. According to Airbus, the approval also includes provisions for ETOPS 300-minute and ETOPS 370-minute, depending on operator selection.


  20. Airbus A350 wins key approval for 370-minute extended ops - sourcesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | West Australian

    The decision from the European Aviation Safety Agency officially grants Extended Operations known as ETOPS of "beyond 180 minutes" but will allow pilots to fly the twin-engined jet for up to 370 minutes in the event that one engine shuts down. ETOPS rules, which are subject to separate clearances for each airline, effectively determine the routes twin-engined jets can take over deserted areas and oceans.