December 7, 2015

100 YEARS OF AVIATION WEEK

Power Points

BOEING 787 SERVICE REPORT

Global Fleet

SAFETY

Regaining Control

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100 YEARS OF AVIATION WEEK

Power Points

Milestone developments mark propulsion’s remarkable progress

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BOEING 787 SERVICE REPORT

Global Fleet

New operators, new routes planned for 2016 as 787 user group swells with additional carriers

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SAFETY

Regaining Control

Findings in the Indonesia AirAsia Flight 8501 crash highlight lessons learned—but not implemented—from high-profile crashes in 2009

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MILITARY SATCOM

Frequency Interference

Pentagon thinkers consider a life beyond AEHF and WGS as satcom reliance and vulnerability grow

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FIRE SAFETY

Fired Up

Setting the gold standard for fire protection in civil aviation

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DEFENSE

Filling in the Gaps

After years of cuts to British airpower, the U.K. strengthens its air force and rebuilds maritime patrol capability

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BOEING 787 SERVICE REPORT

Steady Climb

Boeing overcomes niggling service issues as 787 fleet dispatch reliability nears 777 target

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DEFENSE

Fast and Furious

F-35 buy will quicken evolution of Netherlands air force, says commander

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FIRE SAFETY

State of Charge

Safety upgrades for lithium-ion batteries could be elusive

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AVIATION WEEK 2015 PROGRAM EXCELLENCE AWARDS

Breaking the learning curve. Avoiding and cutting costs. Innovating new processes and practices to drive performance excellence.

These were the common threads among the winners of the 2015 Aviation Week Program Excellence Awards. From an original field of 72 top programs across all sectors of the aerospace and defense industry, 35 programs were chosen to apply for the awards in this, the 12th year of the awards.
November 23 - December 62015 DECEMBER 7-20 MRO Edition2015