miércoles, 13 de julio de 2016
TIM ROBINSON and BILL READ provide a look at some of the most exciting news and highlights of the second trade day, 12 July, of Farnborough International Air Show 2016.
- Tuesday saw the F-35B wow the crowds with a vertical flight demo.
- Don’t let Sentinel wither on the vine, warns RAF ISTAR commander
- Neo backlog increases
- Farnborough kicks off KC390 demo tour
- Muscling in on the militray transport market.
- UK aerospace industry strategy updated, post-Brexit
- Boeing wins MAX sales, finalises 747-8F deal
- Reaction Engines gets ESA funding boost
- Bell Valor demos cockpit of the future
- Keeping the wheel of R&D funding going
- IAT provides a valuable R&D interface between academia and industry. (IAT)
- Brazilian airline buys civil Hercules
- Team partner to offer Scorpion Jet as UK EW Red Air
- Airbus to slash A380 production
- ‘Cognitive EW’ will counter enemy radars in real-time
- ARJ21 picks up sales
- Scaling up additive manufacturing
- Wow – more A321 sales
- US Coast Guard HC-27J on show
- Get your A350 spares here
Airbus and Rolls-Royce have created a new integrated parts availability service for the Cathay Pacific Airways A350 fleet which encompasses both airframe and engine line-replaceable-unit (LRU) components. The service integrates Airbus’ Fleet Hours Services (FHS) and Rolls-Royce’s TotalCare Availability service.
- See more at: http://aerosociety.com/News/Insight-Blog/4526/Farnborough-Air-Show-2016-Day-Two#sthash.oXXTZZeU.dpuf