Five Reasons For The Widebody Sales Slump At Paris

By Aaron Karp – Aviation Week   While Airbus and Boeing racked up orders for narrowbody aircraft at the 2017 Paris Air Show, with the newly launched 737 MAX 10 garnering the most attention, widebody orders have been few and far between this week. Several of the widebody orders that were announced were disclosures of customers for sales already on the books or the firming of options. Significantly, Boeing so far has announced no new...

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The Impact Of Industry 4.0 On MRO

There is a digital revolution taking place in factories, where the lines between the physical and digital are becoming blurred. This revolution has been labelled the transformation to Industry 4.0, but there remains confusion about what exactly it is and how it can support MRO services. Industry 4.0 is really an umbrella term for a number of transformational technologies reaching maturity at the same time. Robotics and artificial intelligence,...

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Randstad and AirMod sign memorandum of understanding and collaboration.

Left to right: Diego Rodrigues – Randstad Office Manager São José dos Campos and Manager – Engineering & Supply Chain São Paulo, Amaury Acatauassu – AirMod CEO Executive Director and Diogo Forghieri – Randstad Regional Manager São José dos Campos, SP, Brazil, 19 may 2016 – Randstad Brasil Human Resources Ltd and AirMod Engineering, Consulting and Services Ltd signed today a MOU memorandum of understanding...

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Embraer to add airplane seat plant in Florida expansion

Brazilian aircraft maker Embraer SA will build an airplane seat plant in Titusville, Florida, expanding its facilities in a region hit hard by the shutdown of NASA’s space shuttle program four years ago, officials said on Monday. The facility, due to open in the second half of 2016, will be run by a California-based company Embraer has acquired and renamed Embraer Aero Seating Technologies. Located just west of NASA’s Kennedy Space...

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Embraer’s Curado Upbeat Ahead Of E2 Phase-In

Frederico Fleury Curado, 53, has been a key figure in Embraer’s rise to become one of the world’s primary aircraft manufacturers. He led sales in the commercial aircraft division when the E-Jet was introduced in 1999. The aircraft family is now the backbone of Embraer’s market success and forms the basis for the E2 family that features new wings, engines and many additional systems upgrades. But Curado’s tenure at Embraer is not only about...

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AirMod and Aernnova sign an agreement of cooperation and confidentiality

The companies AirMod and Aernnova have signed in October/2014 an agreement of cooperation and confidentiality. The objective of the agreement is to provide for its customers of the commercial, business and defense aviation a set of complete solutions, offering products and services in the areas of engineering, design, aircraft modifications and STCs Supplemental Type Certificates. Both companies take part of the brazilian aerospace cluster and...

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