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Canada's aerospace industry has earned an international reputation for excellence in a diversified range of specialized products. More than 3,000 Canadian utility transport aircraft, such as the de Havilland Beaver, Twin Otter and Caribou and Canadair Water Bomber, have been produced since 1947...
Canada flies again this year at the 33rd Paris Air Show at Le Bourget Airport, June 9 to 17.
The Canadair Challenger is a highspeed, long range airplane designed for the business jet market of the 1980s and 1990s it is an all new aircraft that incorporates advanced airfoil technology, high bypass ratio fan engines, advanced materials, advanced systems and a wide body fuselage to provide...
The design of jet engine parts makes particular claims on the balancing machines used shortest spinning time in the balancing machine, e.g. no nulling and calibration runsset up of the plane computer at stand stillexact plane setting even at close compensation plane distances and large bearing...
In the language of the aviation world, the term monitoring has come to be applied to the action of observing information sources and reacting in the way appropriate to the results of the observation. This is a broadening of the original meaning of the word, which is connected with admonition and...
Shorts, the Belfastbased aerospace company, and Piper Aircraft Corporation of Lockhaven, Pennsylvania, USA, have jointly announced that they have signed an agreement involving production of the Piper Tomahawk light trainer aircraft in Northern Ireland. The agreement calls for first deliveries to...
The German Chamber of Industry and Commerce in the United Kingdom and the RheinischWestflischer Technischer UberwachungsVerein e.V. RWTUV Technical Inspectorate and Information Service joined forces to make a further contribution towards the promotion of BritishGerman trade, and have accordingly...
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