Precision Turbines, Inc.
Wed, June 11, 2014                                                  Volume 7, Issue 12



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Boeing Revives Emphasis On Post-Delivery Business

Boeing's annual investor day last month produced myriad stories on its bread-and-butter airliner programs, but lost among them was the company's revived emphasis on post- delivery services as part of its growth strategy...Read More


Boeing, Arke Celebrate Delivery Of Airline's First 787 Dreamliner

Boeing and Arke on Wednesday celebrated the arrival of the airline's first 787-8 Dreamliner at the Dutch carrier's base at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam. The airplane departed Paine Field in Everett, WA on Wednesday on its delivery flight to the Netherlands. Arke is part of TUI Travel PLC...Read More  

777X Configuration Changes Revealed 

Boeing's 777X design team is tasked with introducing significant structural and propulsive advances while keeping other systems changes to a minimum, so it is no surprise that in most respects the next-generation twin will be difficult to distinguish externally from the 777-300ER of today...Read More


Cargojet To Add First Boeing 767s 

Cargojet currently operates an all-Boeing fleet consisting of Boeing 767-200ER, 757-200ER and 727-200AF aircraft on more than 15,000 flight legs annually. Element Aviation Finance President said the air cargo carrier has "established a dominant market position in Canada...Read More


Two Central Florida Plane Crashes Kill Four 

In Daytona a student and an instructor died in a fiery crash shortly after takeoff from Daytona Beach International. Witnesses say the Cessna 172 they were flying appeared to lose engine power directly after takeoff and that the airplane attempted to make a turn back to the runway but crashed into a field on airport property...Read More

Senate Bill Allocates $15.86B For FAA In FY2015 

On Thursday, the Senate Appropriations Committee approved the transportation appropriations bill for Fiscal Year 2015, which starts October 1, to move toward a floor vote for the entire chamber. If passed as written, the bill would provide $15.86 billion to the FAA in FY2015, $580 million more than the Obama Administration's request. Notably...Read More

United Airlines Starts NextGen Flight Procedures in Houston
United Airlines is ready to start taking advantage of the FAA's NextGen airspace modernization program in Houston, TX, where the carrier recently collaborated with the agency and the National Air Traffic Controller's Association (NATCA) to implement new flight procedures...Read More  


F-35 Marks Test And Production Progress 

As preparations continue for the first overseas deployment of the F-35B to the U.K., Lockheed Martin has marked the delivery of the 101st aircraft and is working on more than 80 additional Joint Strike Fighters in various states of completion between long-lead assembly and final power-up...Read More

Bombardier Delivers AAs First Enhanced CRJ900 NextGen Regional Jet
The first of 30 enhanced CRJ900 NextGen aircraft has been delivered to American Airlines Group Inc. The aircraft will be operated by American Airlines Group wholly owned subsidiary PSA Airlines, Inc. under the American Eagle brand. The purchase agreement for the aircraft, which was announced in December 2013, also included options on an additional 40...Read More

Airline Leaders Will Assemble In Miami In June 2015

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced that American Airlines, FedEx Express and UPS will host the 71st IATA Annual General Meeting (AGM) and World Air Transport Summit in conjunction with Airlines for America, the trade association for the US airline industry...Read More   


American To Offer Nonstop Service To China, Hong Kong From DFW

American Airlines plans to launch nonstop service from Dallas/Fort Worth Airport to Shanghai and Hong Kong on Wednesday. "These slots can help the Chinese people connect to South America and Latin America routes very easily," said Maxine Peng, general manager of American's China division. Over the past five years, airlines at the airport have started flying to more than...Read More


FAA Orders Tech Modifications For Boeing 737s
The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday published an order requiring Boeing to shore up the computer systems aboard 737s to protect them from hackers. A Boeing spokesman said the company is already modifying the technology referred to by the order, which applies to to 737-700, -700C, -800, -900ER, -7, -8 and -9 aircraft...Read More  


Eclipse Optimistic About Recent Defense Spending Bill 

Albuquerque, N.M.-based Eclipse Aviation could be in the running to provide a very light jet trainer to the U.S. Air Force. The Senate Armed Services Committee released its defense spending bill for 2015 last week, and it gives the Air Force 90 days after the bill is passed to report options for replacing or updating its fleet of training aircraft. "[There's] still a lot of work to do...Read More 


GIV Recorders Give NTSB Clues to Hanscom Field Crash 

National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigators are closely analyzing the contents of cockpit voice and flight data recorders recovered intact from the wreckage of the Gulfstream IV that crashed May 31 on takeoff from Bedford-Hanscom Field (BED) in Massachusetts. The accident killed all four passengers and three crew on board...Read More


Thank You, Bob Strobell, D-Day Vet 

On June 6, 1944, D-Day, a 27-year-old self-described skinny kid from Rutland, Vermont, took part in aerial assault on Normandy, France. Robert Strobell flew his Republic P-47 as part of the 351st fighter squadron on two beach patrol missions totaling 9 hr. and 10 min. during the invasion. He lived to tell the story...Read More


Angel MedFlight Helps Fight Hunger In Local Communities

To help bring awareness to the problem of hunger throughout Arizona communities during the summer months, Angel MedFlight Worldwide Air Ambulance is sponsoring a company-wide food drive to benefit the St. Mary's Food Bank Alliance's Summer Food Service Program in Phoenix, AZ. AngelMedFlight says its staff...Read More


NASA Invites Universities To Submit Early-Stage Tech Proposals

NASA is seeking proposals from universities to advance the agency's plans for exploration to deep space and Mars. The Early Stage Innovations NASA Research Announcement calls for innovative space technology proposals that could benefit the space program, other government agencies and the greater aerospace community...Read More


Gulfstream Operators Conference Set For June 9-12

Gulfstream's biggest customer relations event, the biennial Operators and Suppliers Conference, is scheduled for June 9-12, 2014, at the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center. The event focuses on safety, operational issues and technical updates for all personnel involved in the operation of Gulfstream aircraft...Read More


NASA Extends Contracts For Multiple Facilities

NASA has exercised the second option of its Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL)/Space Vehicle Mockup Facility (SVMF) Operations Contract (NSOC) with Raytheon Technical Services Company of Houston. The contract is to provide continued support of operations, training and mission planning and maintenance at the agency's Johnson Space Center in Houston. The current potential value of the contract, including the approximately $27 million...Read More


FBI Takes Laser Education Program Nationwide

The FBI recently completed a 60-day trial program in 12 field offices to educate the public about how dangerous pointing a laser at an aircraft can be. After the trial program began, laser-pointing incidents dropped 19% in the areas where the program was introduced. The FBI is expanding the program across the country in an effort to curb these incidents...Read More


United, JetBlue Launch Fundraising Campaigns For Charity

United Airlines and JetBlue Airways have both launched promotions to raise money for children's charities. United will deliver limited-edition teddy bears to children in need through the Happy Hearts Fund. Meanwhile, JetBlue Airways will donate up to $500,000 in children's books through its Soar with Reading...Read More     

Still No A320F Despite Numerous Retirements

According to Aviation Week Intelligence Network's Fleet database, 242 A320 family aircraft have been retired from service so far. The table below shows the number of aircraft for each type that were retired before the first cargo door installation took place. (Note that factory-built freighters and their impact on the freighter conversion market are not taken into account for purposes of this...Read More   


US Navy F/A-18E Super Hornet Impacts Water During Approach

A U.S. Navy F/A-18E Super Hornet assigned to Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 81 based at Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana, VA impacted the water during an approach to USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) at approximately 2200 PST on June 4 while operating off the coast of Southern California.The pilot ejected from the aircraft, was recovered safely and is currently aboard Carl Vinson in stable...Read More  


Pratt & Whitney Delivers First PurePower Engine For MRJ

Pratt & Whitney has delivered its first PurePower PW1200G engine to Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation. The PW1200G engines will power the single-aisle MRJ90 Mitsubishi Regional Jet (MRJ)."Pratt & Whitney looks forward to powering Mitsubishi's new, next-generation aircraft with PurePower Geared Turbofan engines. Our new engine architecture complements...Read More  


Report: Airline Industry To Face Rapidly Expanding Competition
Transportation and logistics consultant PwC US has released "Tailwinds," its annual report on the airline industry, which reveals that the global airline industry is set to face more aggressive competition in the coming year, charged by expansion of the low-cost carrier (LCC) business model, the rapid growth of airlines in the Middle East, and a rise in joint ventures (JVs)...Read More 

Warthogs To Reapers

The last two A-10C ground-attack airplanes assigned to the Arkansas Air National Guard's 188th Fighter Wing left Fort Smith for good, ending the wing's manned flying mission, and ushering in its new mission, which includes operating MQ-9 remotely piloted aircraft. "Seeing a manned airplane leave, knowing it was for the last time, was kind of hard to watch," said 188th FW Vice...Read More


Remembering D-Day

Nearly seventy years after US troops stormed the beaches of Normandy to liberate France from Nazi Germany, thousands of visitors paid tribute to their courage and sacrifice in a series of French-hosted commemoration ceremonies. The ceremonies likely marked the last time America's World War II veterans will make the long journey back to Normandy seeing as the youngest...Read More

Northrop Grumman Delivers 150th F-35 fuselage

Northrop Grumman recently delivered its 150th F-35 center fuselage to prime contractor Lockheed Martin. It took about eight and a half years, from start to finish, to build the first 100 center fuselages, but the June 2 delivery of AF-68 marked the 50th such unit to be delivered in the last 15 months, states a June 5 companyrelease. "The delivery of AF-68 represents...Read More  



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