Precision Turbines, Inc.

 Wed, July 23, 2014                                                  Volume 7, Issue 15



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Boeing Introduces New Method For Building 777 Fuselages 

Boeing is in the final phases of testing and production readiness of a new method for building 777 fuselages as part of its ongoing technology investment strategy, the company says. Known as the Fuselage Automated Upright Build, or FAUB, this Advanced Manufacturing technology improves workplace safety and increases product quality. This technology has been...Read More


Boeing Rolls Out 5000th Next-Generation 737 

The 5000th Next-Generation 737 rolled out of a Boeing hangar this week. The airplane is a Boeing C-40A Clipper, a modified 737-700C, that will serve as a transport aircraft for the U.S. Navy."This milestone is another testament to the popularity of our Next-Generation 737 and represents the confidence our customers have in the work of our team...Read More


Boeing Focuses On Global Partnerships, Innovative Products At Farnborough

Boeing marked 40 years as an exhibitor at the Farnborough International Airshow this week by highlighting its innovative, efficient commercial airplanes and its advanced defense capabilities. Among the highlights of the show for the U.S. planemaker; Boeing announced a new 200-seat 737 MAX 8 option that will give airlines up to 11 more seats of revenue...Read More


Boeing To Design XS-1 Experimental Spaceplane

Boeing plans to design an autonomous reusable launch vehicle, shown here in an artist's concept, to lower satellite launch costs under a new contract for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency XS-1 Experimental Spaceplane program. The spaceplane booster would be designed to carry and deploy an upper stage to launch small satellites and payloads into low-Earth orbit...Read More


Dassault Readies To Begin Falcon 8X Ground Tests

Dassault Aviation announced today that it has joined the Pratt & Whitney Canada PW307D engines, wings and fuselage of the first Falcon 8X, paving the way for initial power-on and the start of ground tests. First electrical power-on is expected at the end of this month, in line with the production and test schedule. Dassault expects to fly the 8X trijet early next year...Read More


DOT: U.S. Airlines Continue Hiring Trend 

U.S. airlines hired 385,619 workers in May, a 1.1% increase over May 2013 and the highest level since September 2012, according to the Transportation Department. It's the six straight month of job gains for the industry..Read More


Bombardier Calls 2014 Farnborough International Airshow 'Successful'

Bombardier Aerospace says it completed a successful week at the 2014 Farnborough International Airshow having announced firm orders, conditional purchase agreements and letters of intent for a total of 74 aircraft, valued at more than $4.25 billion should all commitments be converted to firm orders."It has been a great week for Bombardier at the Farnborough Airshow...Read More


Questions Asked About MH17 Flight Track Over Ukraine
Analysis of the flight-following site by AINsafety has revealed that Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 on July 17 was between 150 and 300 nm farther north than some previous flights by the airline on the Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur route. AIN learned, however, that some of's data tracks over Ukraine were created using information estimates...Read More 


Airlines Halt Flights To Israel Following Rocket Strike 

Major airlines around the world canceled flights to Israel Tuesday due to safety concerns after a rocket strike landed one mile from Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv. The FAA issued a Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) prohibiting U.S. airlines from flying to or from Israel. Althought the NOTAM only applies to U.S. airlines, most European airlines, including Air France...Read More 


U.S. Transportation Secretary Says It's Safe To Fly To Europe 

Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx on Friday called for international investigators to be allowed access to the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash site. In response to the tragedy, U.S. airlines have been prohibited from flying over eastern Ukrainian airspace. Air travelers should feel safe traveling to Europe, he said...Read More


Malaysia Airlines Struggles With MH17 Consequences 

Malaysia Airlines has offered a full ticket refund to all passengers opting not to fly the airline, irrespective of the ticket type they hold, following the shootdown of flight MH17 last week. The airline said that all pre-booked passengers may "change or cancel their tickets without financial penalty until Thursday 24 July 2014 for travel throughout the rest of the year...Read More


Airframe Details For Malaysia Airlines MH17

The Malaysia Airlines 777 involved in today's accident in Ukraine is tail no. 9M-MRD and serial number 28411, a 777-2H6ER that was the 84th 777 off the production line. Powered by Rolls-Royce Trent 892B-17 engines, it first flew on July 17, 1997, exactly 17 years before its accident. It was delivered to Malaysian Airlines on July 30, 1997...Read More



Rockwell Collins MultiScan ThreatTrack Weather Radar Now 777 Certified

Rockwell Collins' MultiScan ThreatTrack weather radar is now certified and flying on Boeing 777 aircraft. Taiwan-based EVA Air was the first airline to take delivery of and operate a new 777 equipped with the advanced airborne radar system that brings unprecedented capabilities for avoiding significant weather threats."Accurate information about "what's ahead" is critically...Read More   

The FAA has issued an STC to UTC Aerospace Systems for its new tablet-based electronic flight bag (EFB) system on the Airbus A320 series aircraft. The system allows tablet devices, such as an Apple iPad, to display critical flight information for enhanced operational effectiveness and offers a clear upgrade path to accommodate future airspace technologies. The system STC covers the company's new...Read More 


Rockwell Collins' Flight Control Electronics Selected For 777X

Rockwell Collins has been selected to provide the Flight Control Module (FCM) for the Boeing 777X Integrated Flight Control Electronics (IFCE) fly-by-wire (FBW) system through a competitive procurement bid led by BAE Systems, the prime supplier of the IFCE cabinet system. The FCM technology builds upon Rockwell Collins' leading-edge flight control electronics found on multiple FBW-equipped air transport...Read More 


USAF Integrating Raytheon Aircraft-Tracking Transponders

The U.S. Air Force has begun integrating Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) capabilities developed by Raytheon for its largest airplanes. The avionics are designed to ensure that the service meets an international deadline for equipping military aircraft with the latest satellite-based cooperative aircraft tracking technology. Air Force bombers, cargo planes...Read More


Senators Introduce Legislation To Secure Retirement For AA Employees

U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK), a co-chair of the Senate Pilot's Caucus, and Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH), chairman of the Senate Finance Subcommittee on Social Security, Pensions and Family Policy, have introduced S. 2614, legislation that would extend to American Airlines employees the option to contribute recently received bankruptcy settlements...Read More


Airbus Breaks Sales Record At Farnborough Airshow 

Airbus received orders for 496 aircraft at the Farnborough Airshow, garnering a record $75.3 billion. "This is the best Farnborough Airshow in Airbus history," said Airbus CEO Fabrice Brégier. Meanwhile Boeing sold 201 aircraft for $40.2 billion at the air show...Read More


Aircraft Sales Top $130 Billion in Farnborough
The world's largest aircraft manufacturers combined for a total of more than $130 billion in sales of commercial passengers jets at the 2014 Farnborough Airshow. The estimated total combines purchase agreements, commitments and firm orders from Airbus, ATR, Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer through the first four days of the show... 
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Soldier Awarded Medal of Honor

President Barack Obama awarded Army SSgt. Ryan Pitts the Medal of Honor, the nation's highest honor for valor in combat, during a ceremony at the White House Monday. As a forward observer with the 2nd Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team, Pitt helped ward off over 200 insurgent attackers during a July 2008 mission in Wanat, Afghanistan...Read More

AirVenture Brings Hands-On Aviation Show To Wis.

The EAA AirVenture show in Oshkosh, Wis., offers children and adults alike a chance enjoy airshows and get hands-on aviation experience by helping assemble a kit aircraft. The weeklong show features exhibits and activities for children at KidVenture, radar and weather displays and an inventions center featuring cutting-edge aviation technology...Read More


NASA Submits TSS To FAA  

NASA has submitted an in-house developed computer software tool to the FAA designed to help Air Traffic Controllers (ATCs) to better manage the spacing between aircraft flying throughout the National Airspace System (NAS)...Read More  


GE, Rolls-Royce Both Wanted Single Source Status On A330neo

The decision in favor of the Rolls-Royce Trent 7000 engine powering the Airbus A330neohas only come after a fierce competition between General Electric (GE) and Rolls-Royce. "Both were clear: they needed to be single source," Airbus Executive Vice President Programs Tom Williams said at the Farnborough Air Show...Read More   


Flying Matters: Wings of Hope Uses Planes To Give Others a Better Way of Life 

Wings of Hope pilot, T.J. Stewart, will never forget the day he made an unplanned stop during his regularly scheduled flying medical clinics serving 24 villages in rural Tanzania. Usually, this village was the day's last stop, but he had changed course to give a woman who had just given birth...Read More  


MIT Student Completes Record-Breaking Flight

Matt Guthmiller landed Monday at Gillespie Field in El Cajon, Calif., after what could be a world-record breaking flight. The 19-year-old Massachusetts Institute of Technology engineering student will send in documentation to Guinness World Records to confirm that he is the youngest person to fly solo around the world...Read More 


Strategic Agility Rollout

Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James and Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Welsh are expected to unveil the service's new "Strategic Agility" roadmap on July 30 at the Pentagon. The document is the culmination of months of work and seeks to pull together some 13 of the Air Force's various lesser roadmaps and strategic "visions" into a single, coherent document. Welsh has called the document a 30-year "call to the future,"...Read More 


Russia Does About-Face on Engine Sales

In a reversal from his May 2014 statements, Russian Deputy Prime Minister for Defense Dmitry Rogozin said the country will continue to supply RD-180 engines to the US, according to the state-run news agency Ria Novosti. "We will continue working with the US on projects that are lucrative for us, but we will suspend those that are not," said Rogozin. He continued, "At present, the sales of engines for Atlas and Antares rockets in the United States...Read More 

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