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QUIET TECHNOLOGY AEROSPACE LEARJET 60 ENGINE INLET PROGRAM GOING STRONG
Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Source: QTA

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. - Quiet Technology Aerospace's (QTA) engine inlet upgrade program for Learjet 60 aircraft has received strong demand from operators. Within the first 90 days of operation, 14 orders were accepted with ten upgraded and in service.

The upgrade mitigates aluminum inner-barrel engine inlet corrosion and acoustic screen degradation on Lear PW305 engines by providing a carbon graphite composite barrel.

Due to the success of the composite inlet program, QTA plans on announcing further FAA STC approvals for other platforms by Q3 2016.

Composite materials are among a number of new technologies, such as additive manufacturing, that are revolutionizing the aerospace industry.

Source:  Aviation Pros
Associated URL: http://www.aviationpros.com/press_release/12226050/quiet-technology-aerospace-le
Source Date: June 28, 2016
Posted: 06/29/2016

 
 
SUNEXPRESS ENTRUSTS ITS CF6-80E1 ENGINES TO AFI KLM E&M
Monday, June 27, 2016

Source: GE Aviation

PARIS - AFI KLM E&M and SunExpress Deutschland, a subsidiary of SunExpress, have announced the signing of a long-term "Power by the Hour" (PBH) contract covering the CF6-80E1 engines equipping the SunExpress Deutschland's A330s. In addition to engine maintenance, the contract also covers services in connection with engine availability and on-wing support.

The contract marks the first time the two companies have directly cooperated on engine maintenance. In addition to the competitive contract pricing, SunExpress Deutschland was won over by AFI KLM E&M's dual technical and operational expertise on the CF6-80E1 product, developed for the benefit of both its customers and its parent airlines, Air France and KLM.

Michael Zeuner, Post Holder Maintenance of SunExpress Deutschland, pointing out the importance of the contract signed with AFI KLM E&M, stated: "The fact that AFI KLM E&M is part of an airline group that itself operates CF6-80E1s and has been maintaining them for many years is for us a reassuring guarantee of quality and reliability. AFI KLM E&M capabilities mean that it can guarantee the availability of our fleet by providing spare engines, which is also a source of peace of mind for us."

SunExpress Deutschland was founded in 2010 as a subsidiary of SunExpress, which is joint venture of Turkish Airlines and Lufthansa. Based in Frankfurt, it operates scheduled and charter flights to multiple destinations in Europe, Asia, North Africa and America using a fleet of Boeing 737-800s and Airbus A330s.

Source:  AFI KLM E&M
Associated URL: http://www.afiklmem.com/AFIKLMEM/en/g_page_news/27062016_SUNEXPRESS.html
Source Date: June 27, 2016
Posted: 06/28/2016

 
 
FORECAST ROUNDTABLE: THE BREXIT PART 1
Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Source: Forecast International

NEWTOWN, Conn. - Forecast International's Brexit Part 1 podcast episode features Matthew W. Beres and Europe military markets analyst Dan Darling discussing the United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union.

This is the first of four Podcasts on the Brexit. The first two give a general overview of the Brexit, moving towards a focus on defense. The last two will focus on Commercial Aerospace and Defense, and will again feature Dan Darling, with the addition of Doug Royce and Ray Jaworowski, Aerospace Analysts for Forecast International.

This podcast includes information on: the ramifications of the vote for the UK and its relationship with the European Union; the people behind the vote; class divisions as related to the vote; populism; the transition for exit; and political divisions with the UK.

Source:  Forecast International
Associated URL: http://blog.forecastinternational.com/wordpress/forecast-roundtable-brexit-part-
Source Date: June 28, 2016
Author: M. Beres, Analyst 
Posted: 06/28/2016

 

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