September 24, 2012

COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT UPDATE

Narrow Focus

INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT

Proof of Concept

INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT

Maxed Out

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COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT UPDATE

Narrow Focus

In the remaining months of 2012 and first part of 2013, attention in the commercial aircraft sector will be focused on narrowbodies, as Airbus and Boeing continue to rack up orders for their reengined A320NEO and 737 MAX families and Bombardier works to get the CSeries into the air.

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INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT

Proof of Concept

Several new airlines are launched in Africa, but can they deliver?

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INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT

Maxed Out

Airport infrastructure in Asia fails to keep pace with growth In passenger traffic

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FIGHTERS

Flame Out

Breakdown of its government/industry team plagues the F-35 program

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INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT

Capacity Crunch

Sydney needs another airport, but reaching consensus will be difficult

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PROPULSION

The Third Way

Pratt in, Rolls out, GE stays on as U.S. Air Force advances adaptive-engine technology

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TECHNOLOGY

Tube Time

Production of communications satellites is hampered by assembly of key component

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Overflowing Capital

Beijing’s giant airport is at capacity, but work on a second facility has not begun

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AEROSPACE BUSINESS

Deal Breakers

EADS is scrambling to gain approval for a merger with BAE Systems

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FIGHTERS

Righting the Raptor

NASA weighs in on F-22 cockpit woes

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