Deals this week: Triumph, Pratt and Whitney, EL AL Israel Airlines
Triumph Group Inc has been contracted to deliver hydraulic and mechanical actuation assemblies for Boeing aircraft.
The systems to be supplied under the contract will be used for Boeing airplanes, including Next-Generation 737, 777, 737 MAX, 767-2C, 747-8, 767, and 777X.
Pratt and Whitney (P&W) has placed an order with Allegheny Technologies Incorporated (ATI) for nickel-based alloys.
ATI will deliver isothermal forgings and nickel-based powder alloys for use in the manufacturing of components of next-generation jet engines such as PurePower Geared Turbofan engine and P&W F135.
P&W Canada’s PT6A-140A and PT6A-21 engines have been selected by Evolution Aircraft, a company based in the US, for its EVOT-850 four-seat kit aircraft and EVOT-550, respectively.
Both PT6A-140A and PT6A-21 engines provide increased reliability and high cruising speed.
The new engines will increase Evolution Aircraft’s engine line up to four models.
EL AL Israel Airlines has placed an order with Panasonic Avionics Corporation for advanced flight entertainment systems.
The contractor will supply eX3 systems for installation onto nine Boeing 787-9s and seven B787-8s.
The deal also includes a 15-year contract for technical services, including logistics, spare parts, and repairs.
Nasa has awarded a contract to Lockheed Martin for the second phase of a full-scale habitat prototype of the deep space habitat.
The contractual scope includes modifications to a Donatello Multi-Purpose Logistics Module cargo container.
Phase two will involve mixed-reality and rapid prototyping, concept refinement, and risk reduction.