Precision Turbines, Inc.
Wed, April 2, 2014                                                  Volume 7, Issue 7  



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Boeing to Develop Satellite "Air-launching" Method

The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) charged engineers at Boeing with developing a new airborne method for launching micro satellites weighing up to 100 pounds into space, under a new 11-month $30.6 million contract...Read More   


Air Canada's $6.5B Aircraft Order Firm

Under the order, Air Canada will receive 33 737 MAX 8s and 28 737 MAX 9s, as well as 18 options and 30 rights to purchase additional 737 MAXs. Boeing is promising a 14 percent improvement in fuel efficiency with the 737 MAX over the Next Generation 737s...Read More 


Boeing Unveils 7777 Concept

Boeing on April 1 unveiled their revolutionary new Boeing 7777 aircraft design. This aircraft designation demonstrates the replacement of the single digit of Boeing's famous 7X7 branding with double digits because this new design is considered to be a quantum leap in design...Read More


Boeing, Japan Transocean Air Announce Selection Of 12 Next-Generation 737s

Japan Transocean Air (JTA) has ordered a dozen Next-Generation 737-800 airplanes. The order, valued at $1.1 billion at list prices, will mark the start of the airline's fleet renewal program with the new airplanes scheduled to enter into service from 2016...Read More 

Turkmenistan Airlines Takes Delivery Of Its First 777-200LR
The first 777-200LR (Longer Range) passenger aircraft has been delivered to Turkmenistan's national flag carrier, Turkmenistan Airlines. The airplane is the first of two 777-200LRs Turkmenistan Airlines has on order...Read More
Boeing is aiming for a 50% market share in Latin America over the coming years. "We see this market growing an average 6.9% over the next 20 years," said Van Rex Gallard, sales vice president for Latin American, Africa and the Caribbean at Boeing. Gallard said the aircraft manufacturer predicts demand...Read More


American CEO: American Eagle Faces Challenge Without Embraer Jets

Doug Parker, the CEO of American Airlines, said American Eagle faces a challenge after pilots rejected a deal that would have provided new Embraer jets. "Other regional airlines have been able to bring in new aircraft at lower costs," Parker said. "Without those new planes, it's going to be hard for American Eagle to grow competitively....Read More


India To Augment Awacs Fleet

In a bid to boost its aerial surveillance, India will buy six aircraft that can be used for supporting its indigenous Airborne Warning and Control System (Awacs).

"A tender has been floated to global vendors for the supply of suitable aircraft with necessary structural modifications, power and endurance adaptations and equipment installation or installation provisions for the Awacs," says an official at the defense ministry...Read More 


Evergreen Applies For Part 135 Certification For Spruce Goose

The Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum hopes return the iconic Spruce Goose to flying status, and has applied for Part 135 certification for the airplane so that it can begin carrying passengers for hire, according to sources familiar with the plan...Read More

Atlanta Remains The World's Busiest Airport

According to Airports Council International, more than 94 million passengers went through Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in 2013. Beijing Capital International Airport is the world's second busiest, with 84 million passengers last year...Read More   

Embry-Riddle Orders 57 Skyhawks
Cessna announced a major order from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical (ERAU) for 57 Skyhawk model 172 aircraft for its flight-training program. The order will replace ERAU's current fleet of Skyhawk trainers, with an upgraded variant featuring the Garmin G1000 integrated flight deck and reconfigured seating to enhance student observation and "ride alongs," Cessna said...Read More 

Ryanair Institutes Coin-Operated Oxygen Masks

"I don't see what all the fuss is about," said Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary. "After all, a decompression emergency is such a rare occurrence, and you only actually need the supplemental oxygen for a few minutes while the airplane descends to an altitude where the air is breathable again."....Read More


Delta, American Boost New York-London Service

Delta Air Lines and American Airlines are boosting service from New York to London. Delta has partnered with Virgin Atlantic, while American has joined forces with British Airways, to offer trans-Atlantic flights between the two business centers....Read More  


U.S. Airline Employment On Rise For Second Consecutive Month

U.S. airline industry employment figures are trending upward, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation's Bureau of Transportation Statistics. In January, U.S. scheduled passenger airlines employed 381,819 full-time equivalent workers, up 0.5% over January 2013...Read More


World Airways Operates Its Last Flight

World Airways announced Thursday that the Company operated its last flight on Wednesday, March 26th. World Airways was founded in 1948 and operated cargo and passenger charter flights using B747-400 and MD-11 aircraft. The U.S. Military was their primary customer...Read More


Bombardier Delivers First Global 6000 Aircraft To Mexico-Based Operator

Bombardier's Global aircraft family celebrated a significant milestone with the entry-into-service of its first Global 6000 business jet to be operated from Mexico. The aircraft was delivered to Aero Angeles S.A de C.V., an aircraft operator based in Mexico, during a special ceremony at Bombardier Aerospace's facility in Montréal...Read More


Delta Enjoying Millions In Revenue From Mobile Apps

Delta Air Lines CEO Richard Anderson says the company's mobile apps are a significant source of revenue. The airline is earning millions of dollars from in-flight Wi-Fi, entertainment and mobile check-ins across iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows Mobile platforms...Read More


US Airways To Join Oneworld

Preparing for its merger with American Airlines, US Airways will join Oneworld, the alliance that includes American. Oneworld has 16 member airlines, including British Airways, Japan Airlines, Cathay Pacific and Qatar Airways. The airline will continue to honor codeshare or frequent-flier program agreements with 12 airlines that are not in Oneworld...Read More


US 7th Fleet Adds Second P-8 Poseidon To MH370 Search

"It's critical to continue searching for debris so we can reverse-forecast the wind, current and sea state since March 8th to recreate the position where MH370 possibly went into the water. We've got to get this initial position right prior to deploying the Towed Pinger Locator since the MH370's black box has a limited battery life and we can't afford to lose time searching...Read More


Missing: What We Can Learn from Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 

Even though Malaysia has declared that Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has crashed in the south Indian Ocean with all 239 aboard lost, the truth is that they do not know that, at least not for certain. The odds of anyone having survived the presumed crash are close to zero, but they are...Read More


VTOL X-Plane Program Takes Off 

For generations, new designs for vertical takeoff and landing aircraft have remained unable to increase top speed without sacrificing range, efficiency or the ability to do useful work. DARPA's VTOL Experimental Plane (VTOL X-Plane) program seeks to overcome these challenges through innovative cross-pollination...Read More


Flying Challenge Cup Takes Off At Sun 'n Fun

The Flying Challenge Cup debuted this week at Sun 'n Fun. Participants compete in three levels, licensed pilot, student pilot and everyone else, in a series of computer-based scenarios in a Redbird flight simulator. The challenge is a partnership between Redbird and numerous sponsors to encourage pilots to increase their proficiency...Read More


Southwest CEO: Labor Contracts Need To Reflect Current Reality

Gary Kelly, the CEO of Southwest Airlines, says the carrier's business model still works after 43 years. "Not only has the world changed, but our relative position within the industry on costs has changed," Kelly says. "Now we just need to make sure our labor contracts are updated to reflect the current reality...Read More


GAO: F-35 Savings, EELV Costs

The F-35 strike fighter's total acquisition cost dropped by an estimated $11.5 billion since last year, achieving the "most significant" savings of any DOD acquisition program, according to the Government Accountability Office. The 3.3 percent drop was...Read More


The Total Force and the Operational "Bumper"

The Air Force will soon undertake an experiment to see if it can successfully integrate more Air National Guard units into its Air Expeditionary Force construct to meet combatant commander requirements, Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Welsh said during a Center for Strategic and International Studies event in Washington, D.C., Thursday...Read More


F-16s Arrive In Poland As NATO Warns Russia On Ukraine

A dozen US F-16s deployed to Lask AB, Poland, for joint exercises aimed at demonstrating America's commitment to NATO's collective defense in light of Russian machinations in Ukraine. "One of our objectives is to develop bonds, so if something happens...Read More


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