This story from the Australian Aviation archives comes from October 2012, when Ellis Taylor wrote about the regional workhorse that is Bombardier Dash 8 in Australia.
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The idea of flying in the cargo deck might conjure the colloquial image of cattle class but if French aeronautical engineer Florian Barjot has his way, putting passengers in the…
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It is fitting in the year GE Aviation celebrates its centenary, that the global giant also has reason to celebrate an engine deal worth close to half a billion dollars that extends its already impressive reach within the Asia Pacific.
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Rolls-Royce says the number of Boeing 787s impacted the Trent 1000 engine issue will remain in the double-digits until at least the second quarter of 2020.
Boeing says an independent review recommends a revamp of its engineering division and a fresh look at assumptions around flight deck design and operation.