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June 22, 2015

AIRPORT TECHNOLOGIES

Toppling Towers

AIRPORT TECHNOLOGIES

On the Fence

COMMERCIAL AVIATION

Out of Control

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AIRPORT TECHNOLOGIES

Toppling Towers

Virtual control could render costly brick-and-mortar towers passe

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AIRPORT TECHNOLOGIES

On the Fence

China-based project underscores possibilities of satellite-based landing systems

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COMMERCIAL AVIATION

Out of Control

Subsidy debate focus turns to competition and market control

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SPACE

In Return

Airbus counters reusable Falcon 9 core stage with recoverable engine and space tug

3031

PARIS AIR SHOW 2015

Making a Production

OneWeb partnership with Airbus establishes French satellite maker as U.S. manufacturer

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PARIS AIR SHOW 2015

Carbon Countdown

U.S. eyes aircraft emissions standard, but crucial decisions remain to be taken

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PARIS AIR SHOW

Moving Forward

‘Blueprint for affordability’ yields cost savings earlier than expected, says Lockheed Martin

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PARIS AIR SHOW 2015

High Stakes

Decisions about A380's future toughen as Airbus considers a stretch sooner than expected

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COMMERCIAL AVIATION

Tsunami Ahead

Lufthansa’s imposition of fees for GDS bookings is making waves

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First Take

Lockheed Martin Skunk Works is to compete against Boeing and Northrop Grumman to replace the U.S. Air Force’s E-8C JStars ground-surveillance fleet with 17 new aircraft. Raytheon will provide the sensor suite, with Bombardier’s Global 6000 business jet as its platform choice.
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