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Director of Sales in Asia-Pacific for Honeywell Derek Lockett says the firm is eyeing an upcoming opportunity in order to offer key systems upgrades to Malaysia’s ageing military aircrafts in a bid to help extend the life of the fleet. With Honeywell’s presence in the region expanding through the addition of sales staff, Lockett sees immense growth opportunity and by extension the potential of Malaysia where there is a burgeoning race amongst the commercial airlines to equip aircrafts with Wi-Fi. This is in direct response to the fact that the US is a major player in the airliner connectivity space.Honeywell’s health and usage monitoring systems which Lockett feels would tremendously help the country’s C-130s especially in regards to Malaysia who could use a system that would update maintenance crews for components and system issues before they become a problem. Preventative maintenance would boost aircraft availability by as much as twenty percent.
Among other upgrades that would aid the ageing transports in the region include terrain collision avoidance and enhanced ground proximity warning systems which would bring them completely up to speed with other modern commercial aircrafts. Per Flight Fleets Analyzer, the Royal Malaysian Air Force operates 14 C-130s which shows an average of 32.8 years in terms of age.
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On March 31st 2017, there was an article posted on Boeing which talks about how the Dreamliner, Boeing 787-10, just completed its first flight that day. The 787 Dreamliner is the newest release and longest model of the 787 family. The Dreamliner took off at Boeing’s South Carolina facility.
Here is what Kevin McAllister the Commercial Airplanes President and CEO has to say about this. “The 787-10’s first flight moves us one step closer to giving our customers the most efficient airplane in its class. The airplane will give carriers added flexibility in growing their network routes and build on the overwhelming success of the 787 Dreamliner family.”
There will be more testing for the 787-10 that will be going on before many customers take delivery in the beginning of 2018.
It seems like everything went smoothly, just as Boeing’s chief 787 pilot expected, Tim Berg. “From takeoff to landing, the airplane handled beautifully and just as expected. The 787-10 is a fantastic machine that I know our customers and their passengers will love.”
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On March 9th 2017, there was an article posted on Aerospace Technology that talks about how Embraer unveiled a new E195-E2 commercial airplane in Brazil. This is was Embraer’s Brazil facility located in Sao Jose dos Campos Brazil. This aircraft will have a single aisle for the seating arrangement. This aircraft will be expected to deliver during the beginning of 2019.There is also a configuration of 120 seats in two classes or it can be arranged in a configuration of 146 seats in a single class. This program is considered to be $1.7B.
Here is what Luis Affonso, the Embraer Commercial Aviation COO, has to say about this. “We introduced in the proven E-Jets platform all new technologies that would add value to customers. One example is the fourth generation of fly-by-wire, which allowed a 20% reduction of the empennage area, minimizing drag and weight. The airplane will save up to 24% in fuel and 20% in maintenance costs a seat, when compared to the current E195.” Embraer was founded in August 19, 1969.
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On March 10th 2017, there was an article on AIN Online written by Gregory Polek which talks about how Bombardier is confident that it will reach their C Series delivery target for 2017. Bombardier, the Canadian airframe maker, as goals of hitting somewhere between 30 and 35 airplanes this year. It was Swiss International Airlines that was the first airline to accept the first C Series delivery for the year. Overall this is the sixth Bombardier CS100 that Swiss International Airlines has taken delivery on.
Bombardier is still confident aside from the fact that there was a bit of fan blade problems with Pratt & Whitney as they have assured customers that they will solve technical issues related to the blade as well as engines.
There is what Rick Deurloo, the Pratt & Whitney vice president of sales and marketing for commercial engines, had to say about this topic during the International Society of Transport Aircraft Traders conference in San Diego. “We recognize that we are causing some challenges right now. There’s an industrial piece and there’s a technical piece.”
As for the fan problems, here is what Deurloo has to say about that. “Today, we feel that all the processes we have in place [are] taking us the right way. That being said, we know we still have some challenges.”
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