Aviation News Releases Magazine – Friday, December 24, 2010

 

 

– Interim solution verified through extensive testing.
– Schedule assessment expected to conclude in January.

EVERETT, Wash., Dec. 2010 /PRNewswire/ — Boeing (NYSE: BA) has resumed flight test activities on the 787 Dreamliner later Dec 23rd. The company has installed an interim version of updated power distribution system software and conducted a rigorous set of reviews to confirm the flight readiness of ZA004, the first of the six flight test airplanes that will return to flight….

 




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Aviation News Releases Magazine wish you great holidays ...
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Boeing Resumes 787 Flight Testing

Boeing Resumes 787 Flight Testing
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Lufthansa, Netjets To Announce Cooperation

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New U.S. Intel Aircraft Efforts Take Flight

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Lessons Learned From Maintenance Mergers

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Heather Baldwin When two airlines merge, there are some important human factors considerations for maintenance organizations. What are they? O&M put that question to Hal Heule, president of HMH Consulting, who was senior VP technical operations during the America West-US Airways merger. Heule, who provided executive leadership for the …
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Boeing Takes 11 Orders In Latest Week

Boeing Takes 11 Orders In Latest Week
Boeing said it took orders for 11 planes — 10 737s and one 787 — in the week ended December 22 …
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US ATC Upgrade Hit By Delays, Higher Costs

US ATC Upgrade Hit By Delays, Higher Costs
A new high-altitude air traffic control system is taking longer than expected to bring on line and at higher costs than planned, a US government watchdog has said …
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Shandong Air To Buy 15 737s Worth USD$1.2 Bln

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China’s Shandong Airlines said on Friday that it plans to buy 15 Boeing 737-800 aircraft worth up to USD$1.2 billion …
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BAA Chief Forgoes Bonus Over Heathrow Problems

BAA Chief Forgoes Bonus Over Heathrow Problems
BAA chief executive Colin Matthews has said he will not take up his annual bonus following the weather-related problems at London’s Heathrow Airport which has hit the travel plans of thousands of passengers …
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SAS Shares Soar On Lufthansa Takeover Report

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US On Alert Against Militant Plots Over Holidays

US On Alert Against Militant Plots Over Holidays
US government agencies are on alert for militants trying to attack the United States over the Christmas holidays but are not aware of a specific plot, intelligence and law enforcement officials said …
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European Airlines Unfazed By Oil Price Spike

European Airlines Unfazed By Oil Price Spike
European airlines, hit in 2010 by strikes, the volcanic ash cloud and an early onset of snowy winter weather, are taking surging oil prices in their stride thanks to fuel hedging …
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