May 17, 2010

AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING

Future Shaping

AIRPORTS

Doubling Down

DEFENSE

Penny Here, Penny There

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AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING

Future Shaping

Airliners can be much more efficient and environmentally sound, but the technology bill will be substantial

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AIRPORTS

Doubling Down

Las Vegas presses ahead with an ambitious airport expansion even as the local economy struggles

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DEFENSE

Penny Here, Penny There

As chance for a new trainer slips further, USAF sees savings in maintenance programs

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AIRPORTS

Let's Make a Deal

Airports scramble for air service, offering incentives and plenty of numbers

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SPACE

Space Debate

Armstrong, Cernan slam Obama space plan as funding compromise gains some ground

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AIRCRAFT DEVELOPMENT

Power Plays

Airbus will accept Pratt-only-led GTF bid for A320 as case for reengining builds

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DEFENSE

Cyber-Scrimmage

U.S. tackles digital warfare authority, coordination and technology problems

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COMMENTARY

MARKET FOCUS

A government-backed plan to merge electronics units at Parisbased Thales and Safran SA has fizzled, throwing a new wrinkle into Europe’s aerospace consolidation picture. The two companies had been in talks off-and-on for some time about combining operations that lack the size to be globally competitive.

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AIRPORTS

Building Boom

Wuhan joins China's tidal wave of airport expansion and construction

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AEROSPACE POLICY

Hard Landing

U.K. coalition policy impacts civil aviation; broad defense issues yet to be tackled

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