Aerospace Technology

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17 January 2019
Industry News

IATA suggest ‘no deal’ Brexit could affect air connectivity
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has claimed that a ‘no deal’ Brexit could result in a restriction on flights and higher prices for customers.

Airbus starts construction of A220 aircraft manufacturing facility
Airbus has begun the construction of its A220 aircraft manufacturing facility at the Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley in Alabama, US.

Boeing invests in UK startup Isotropic Systems
Boeing has made an undisclosed investment in UK-based startup Isotropic Systems, a developer of next-generation solutions to better connect people and enterprises worldwide.

Mango Airlines to install Split Scimitar Winglets to reduce fuel costs
South African Mango Airlines has signed an agreement with Aviation Partners Boeing (APB) to install its Split Scimitar Winglet technology on its Boeing Next-Generation 737-800 fleet to save fuel cost.

Press Releases

Aviation Graphix Carries Out ‘The Grinch’ Livery Installation
Aviation Graphix and Italy-based ABC International Srl have completed a Grinch livery installation.

Diamond’s Mini AVIM™ Officially Qualified by European Space Agency (ESA)
Diamond SA is proud to announce that its Diamond’s Mini AVIM™ has finally been officially added to the European Space Component Coordination (ESCC) Qualified Parts List (QPL).

Dretloh Restores Commercial Boeing 747
Dretloh has recently completed the refurbishment of a Boeing 747.

VPT Power Converter Awarded US Patent
One of VPT's recent breakthrough designs has earned a US patent.

Comprehensive Quality Control Drives High Product Reliability
VPT develops power conversion solutions for critical power systems in avionics, military, and space applications.

White Papers

Making the Case for Selective Plating in Aerospace: A Technical Paper
It’s critical to enhance component performance and longevity, and protect or repair equipment.

Aircraft Engineering Brochure
Aero Design Services specialises in design and FAA DER approval of interiors for projects ranging from executive aircraft components to entire interior installations on commercial transport aircraft.

Flexible Substrates for Smart Sensor Applications
The requirements for smart sensors are manifold: miniaturised, highly reliable and integrated, cost-effective, hermetic and biocompatible for medical applications.

Why Predictability Matters in High-End PCB Manufacturing
Predictability is essential for PCB manufacturing. Without it, a product’s reliability cannot be assured. Conventional approaches to predictability often fall short.

Cost-Efficient Wheels and Brakes Maintenance
Baltic Maintenance allows clients to reduce wheel and brake maintenance costs by up to 25%. 

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