December 7, 2009

Berlin Air Show

PLANS FOR ILA MOVING AHEAD

SPACE

Awaiting a Bonanza

NEWS BREAKS

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Berlin Air Show

PLANS FOR ILA MOVING AHEAD

The ILA Berlin air show will be celebrating its centennial next year, and the 2010 edition will continue its tradition of industry segment-focused conferences and display areas.

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SPACE

Awaiting a Bonanza

Europeans gird to meet U.S. challenge, commercial downturn

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NEWS BREAKS

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DEFENSE

Afghan Quicksilver

Shifting goals, rivalries, smaller troop surge and hard-pressed allies may skew new plan

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FACE TO FACE

Hanging On

ROBERT SPROLE: Companies like mine, which are privately held, require commercial banking activities. And in the last year and a half, it has been virtually impossible for many companies to maintain their lines of credit. The bankers see the news that the aerospace industry is going through a slowdown and the economy is in a slowdown and they generally stop lending.
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SPACE

Ready To Play Host

As government contracts wane, U.S. satellite makers look for new payload options

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SPACE

Commercial Crew

NASA-backed commercial cargo vehicles are likely, but crew flights remain a question

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OPEN SKIES

Pacific Pact

Open skies deal would give green light to U.S.-Japan airline joint ventures

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SPACE

Altogether Now

Despite cooperation snags, France presses ahead with ambitious milspace agenda

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AEROSPACE BUSINESS

Learning to Fly

Soured U.S. car market has automotive suppliers seeking safe harbor in aerospace

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