May 11, 2009

FACE TO FACE

As Augustine Sees It

BUSINESS AVIATION

Taxing Times for Taxis

2010 BUDGET

Facing the Music

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FACE TO FACE

As Augustine Sees It

AW&ST: When you look back on what has happened to the A&D industry since 1990, did consolidation go too far? Augustine: Is the structure of the aerospace industry today the best of all worlds? The answer is ‘no.’ When we began restructuring there were 15 relatively significant aerospace companies, and today that’s a much smaller number.
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BUSINESS AVIATION

Taxing Times for Taxis

The meter is running on European startups Blink and JetBird

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2010 BUDGET

Facing the Music

The Obama administration's defense budget request is short on new starts and adds a few more stops

5859
BUSINESS AVIATION

Entering No-Fly Zone

Tangle of security red tape can discourage foreign pilots from seeking training in U.S.

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UNMANNED AIRCRAFT

Ray of Hope

Boeing hopes renewed focus on prototyping will capture imaginations of its young engineers, and future business

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AUSTRALIA

Facing North

A big naval expansion, fighter-force renewal are top items in Canberra's new white paper

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DEFENSE

Data Link Dominoes

Harpoon data-link issues could spell trouble for Raytheon's SDB II bid

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DEFENSE

Finicky Fix

Deliberations may drag on all year about changes to the Airbus military transport

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Study Hall

Blue-Ribbon Review

Augustine to reprise his 1990 space-policy panel for Obama

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BUSINESS AVIATION

Battle for Power

Europe's diesel engine competition shows no sign of subsiding

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