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European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition
EUROPEAN BUSINESS AVIATION CONVENTION & EXHIBITION
May 21-23, 2019
The European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE) is a premier event and the annual meeting place for the European business aviation community. The exhibition brings together business leaders, government officials, manufacturers, flight department personnel, avionics firms, fraction...

25th AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference
25TH AIAA/CEAS AEROACOUSTICS CONFERENCE
May 20-23, 2019
The 25th AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference (Aeroacoustics 2019) is the premier international forum for the field of aeroacoustics. Aeroacoustics 2019 provides an exceptional opportunity for scientists and engineers from industry, government, and academia to exchange knowledge and results of current...

Airbus Express


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Airbus has increased the maximum take-off weight of the A220 by 2.2t. The airframer disclosed the hike during its Innovation Days event in Toulouse on 21 May, but has yet to confirm the new MTOW for each variant. Airbus’s latest technical documentation for the aircraft, dated October 2018, lists the A220-100 as having a MTOW of 60.78t and a maximum landing weight of 52.39t. Its larger version, the A220-300, is similarly listed as having a 67.58t MTOW. Payload-range charts give typical rang...
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The ITC in Germany, which triples the area of cleanroom space to 4,200 sqm, is dedicated to building satellites, probes, space instruments and experimental technologies. The centre took only two years to build at a total cost of approximately €45 million.Airbus’s significant investment in this building also represents an investment in the future – both for the Airbus site at Lake Constance and for Baden-Wuerttemberg as an aerospace location. When it comes to space technology, we...
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The manufacturer says the airline dubbed Moxy is buying 60 A220-300 aircraft formerly called the C Series in a deal valued at a total of about US$5.5 billion based on 2018 list prices, although buyers typically receive large discounts. Airbus says it will fulfill two new aircraft orders of jets formerly owned by Bombardier at an expanding manufacturing operation on the U.S. Gulf Coast. JetBlue is already a major Airbus operator, with an existing fleet of 193 A320s and A321ceos in service and an ...
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Airbus has announced new heads of finance and operations, the latest appointments in a wide-ranging management overhaul at the European manufacturer.Dominik Asam has been appointed chief financial officer, succeeding Harald Wilhelm. Asam, who is CFO of chipmaker Infineon Technologies, will join Airbus on April 1, 2019. Dominik is one of the most highly rated CFOs of the German DAX30. He has an outstanding professional background and he will, no doubt, be a great wingman for Guillaume Faury, who ...
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Airbus is predicting demand for almost 37,400 new passenger and freighter aircraft over the next 20 years. This total is around 2,500 more than the figure the airframer gave in last year's outlook. Airbus has revised the prediction in its latest global market forecast, covering the two decades to 2037. It says that 26,540 aircraft will be needed for fleet expansion while the remaining 10,850 will be used to replace older types. About 10,600 of the current fleet will still be in service in 20...

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When Airbus first set out back in 2004 to develop a new widebody under the A350 designation, it originally posited an upgraded version of the existing A330 twinjet. Having taken aim at the then-new Boeing 787, Airbus quickly realized that this derivative programme would be handicapped in the race against the Dreamliner – and went back to the drawing board. Airbus regrouped to make a broader assault on the Boeing widebody line-up. At ¬Farnborough 2006 it launched the clean-sheet A350 XW...

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Airbus and Bombardier have confirmed the closing of the CSeries transaction, giving Airbus majority control of the Canada-based aircraft series. In a statement, Airbus said it now owns 50.01 percent of the CSeries Aircraft Limited Partnership (CSALP). Bombardier owns 34 percent, and Investissement Québec 16 percent after the settlement. Bombardier also said it has issued warrants to Airbus, exercisable for 100,000,000 Class B shares within a period of five years. The exercise price is CAD...

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Airbus has emphasized that disruption to its aircraft production model critically depends on smooth and integrated operational flow, and has outlined the substantial measures it would need to adapt to protect that flow should the UK withdraw from the European Union without an adequate trade agreement. Exiting from the EU single market and a customs union would interrupt the flow of parts to Airbus's production centers, meaning that the airframer would need to store some €1 billion worth...
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CSALP, based in Mirabel, was originally established between Bombardier and IQ, and will now benefit from Airbus’ global reach, scale, procurement organization and expertise in selling, marketing and producing the C Series aircraft. As previously announced, Bombardier will continue with its current funding plan of CSALP. Bombardier will fund the cash shortfalls of CSALP, if required, during the second half of 2018, up to a maximum of US$225 million; during 2019, up to a maximum of US$350 mi...
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The European airframer says that all regulatory approvals required have been obtained. The transaction will see Airbus acquire a 50.01% interest in the CSeries Aircraft Limited Partnership, a joint venture between Bombardier and Investissement Quebec. Bombardier will fund the cash shortfall of the joint venture up to a maximum of $225 million during the second half of 2018, up to $350 million in 2019, and up to a maximum aggregate of $350 million over the following two years. This will give the ...
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EVENTS

25th AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference
25TH AIAA/CEAS AEROACOUSTICS CONFERENCE
May 20-23, 2019
The 25th AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference (Aeroacoustics 2019) is the premier international forum for the field of aeroacoustics. Aeroacoustics 2019 provides an exceptional opportunity for scientists and engineers from industry, government, and academia to exchange knowledge and results of current...

More Electric Aircraft USA Conference
MORE ELECTRIC AIRCRAFT USA CONFERENCE
May 21-23, 2019
More Electric & Hybrid Aircraft USA will bring together relevant stakeholders to ensure maximum knowledge transfer and professional exchange. During a full three-days-program (May 21-23) in Washington, DC, you will meet international experts from OEMs, major airlines, associations, suppliers, an...