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ITT Corp. has added an authorized provider of aftermarket services to aerospace customers in China as the company looks to expand its global aircraft support business. An ITT-authorized service center run by Guangzhou Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering Co. will maintain ITT-made components that are installed on commercial planes, ITT said Tuesday. “This agreement with GAMECO gives […] More
John Schumacher serves as the vice president for business relations of GenCorp, the parent of Aerojet General Corp., where he handles the growth plans of the company’s government-related aerospace and defense business. Schumacher also supports Warren Boley, Aerojet president, and the subsidiary’s operations in Washington. He has previously served as Aerojet vice president of Washington […] More
Astrium has won a $266 million contract to help the European Space Agency run and exploit the International Space Station's European components in an effort to enhance functions of ESA's space laboratory. The contract covers a $60 million spare parts purchase and Astrium will work to develop services for maintaining the European Columbus space laboratory, […] More
Siemens will use a three-dimensional printing technology for gas-turbines components in an effort to speed up its manufacturing process, The Times Union reported Friday. The company is developing the 3D technology at a research facility in Niskayuna, N.Y. and will use it to produce fuel nozzles and other engine parts starting in 2016, Eric Anderson […] More
Travis Sullivan brings public sector, commercial business, academic and government contracting experience to his role as vice president of strategy and business capture for Boeing Defense, Space & Security.  Sullivan spent six years in Boeing’s commercial operations when he joined the company and is a former Commerce Department policy and strategic planning director who has […] More
Aircraft operators are moving toward a new business model that requires maintenance work on items such as engines to be done under tighter turn times as opposed to a complete overhaul, a Kelly Aviation Center vice president has told Avionics Intelligence. “We're seeing record numbers of backlogs in terms of Airbus and Boeing aircraft; the age […] More
BAE Systems has won a five-year contract to maintain a fleet of A320 commercial aircraft for the Tigerair hangar at Melbourne International Airport in Australia. BAE will start base maintenance work for the domestic airline Tuesday and aims to create 20 new jobs for the contract, the company said Tuesday. Steve Drury, aerospace director for […] More
Rockwell Collins has developed and delivered a persistent surveillance system for the Australian military to monitor threats against military bases. The Patrol Persistent Surveillance System is built to monitor threats to forward observation posts and other secure facilities without placing soldiers in potentially dangerous positions,  Rockwell Collins said Monday. The device is made up of a meshed network […] More
BAE Systems Plc, CAE Inc. and Beechcraft Corp. have joined forces to develop a pilot training system for Australia's defense forces, ASDNews reported Wednesday. The team intends to consolidate BAE Systems' training and systems integration technologies, CAE's simulation services and Beechcraft's T-6C mission system for the Air 5428 project, according to the report. John Quaife, […] More
An MBDA UK-led consortium has been awarded a research and development project recently launched by the Aerospace Growth Partnership and the UK Center of Aerodynamics to improve the aerospace technology market in the U.K. The group includes BAE Systems, Airbus and Rolls Royce as representatives from the manufacturing industry, as well as aerodynamic modeling and technology providers and […] More
A maritime patrol aircraft EADS North America built for the U.S. Coast Guard has won the Acquisition Program of the Year award from the Department of Homeland Security. DHS recognized the HC-144A Ocean Sentry plane for working to help the Coast Guard mitigate risk and manage shared processes, EADS North America said Friday. The HC-144A […] More
EADS North America has sent the U.S. Coast Guard a new airplane intended for maritime patrol missions involving border surveillance, disaster response and search-and-rescue operations. The HC-144A Ocean Sentry is modeled after Airbus Military‘s CN235 tactical airlifter, which currently operates in 29 countries, EADS North America said Wednesday. Ocean Sentry planes are designed to fly for […] More
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