The past oil crises have caused dramatic improvements in fuel efficiency in all industrial sectors. The aviation sector—aircraft manufacturers and airlines—has also made significant efforts to improve the fuel efficiency through more advanced jet engines, high-lift wing designs, and lighter airframe materials. However, the innovations in energy-saving aircraft technologies do not coincide with the oil crisis periods. The largest improvement in aircraft fuel efficiency took place in the s while the high oil prices in the s and on did not induce manufacturers or airlines to achieve a faster rate of innovation.
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ST Engineering to Acquire Nacelle Manufacturer for Aggregate Purchase Consideration of US$630m
Based in Baltimore, Maryland, USA with approximately employees, MRAS has two principal business lines: 1 design, development, production and sale of nacelles, thrust reversers and aerostructures, and 2 spare parts sales. ST Engineering has been looking to invest in new growth areas, including businesses that offer competitive products through the ownership of intellectual properties and that are synergistic to its core businesses. MRAS is a strong fit given its expertise and proprietary designs to manufacture nacelles using advanced composites. The Proposed Acquisition will allow ST Engineering to scale up its aerospace capabilities by moving the company into the OEM business of high-value nacelle components and replacement parts. MRAS has a good combination of mature and next-generation nacelle programmes, all of which are single-source contracts. There are more than 6, Aneo aircraft ordered to-date. The Proposed Acquisition is expected to be earnings accretive for the Group and its Aerospace sector.
The main task of the CIAM institution is providing the scientific support for innovative development of the aircraft engine industry. The Institute's activity is aimed at scientific support provision for the development of future aircraft and helicopters' engines, auxiliary power units and gas turbine engines for the power, shipbuilding and transport industries. The theory of air-breathing engines was developed in CIAM with the participation of such great scientists as B. Stechkin, A. Lyulka, V. Uvarov, A. Mikulin, G. Svischev, O.
British Aerospace plc BAe was a British aircraft , munitions and defence-systems manufacturer. The company was formed in the United Kingdom as a statutory corporation on 29 April as a result of the Aircraft and Shipbuilding Industries Act. In accordance with the provisions of the British Aerospace Act on 1 January the statutory corporation was transferred to a limited company, which then re-registered as a public limited company plc , under the name "British Aerospace Public Limited Company", on 2 January
GAMA's nine month industry update showed aggregate business jet and piston airplane deliveries continued experiencing increases in compared to last year, whereas the number of turboprops and rotorcraft deliveries declined. Aircraft owners need to make informed decisions about how to comply with emerging and existing regulatory mandates. Read more about worldwide modernization activities by clicking above. Click above to watch our video series about working in the general aviation industry, including how you can get a job and the growth opportunities for your career. This includes promoting a better understanding of general aviation manufacturing, maintenance, repair, and overhaul and the important role these industry segments play in economic growth and opportunity, and in serving the critical transportation needs of communities, companies, and individuals worldwide. Read more. All News Stories. View Member List. Skip to content Opportunities in GA.
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As part of the FSS project, composite sandwich structures with an inorganic matrix and an inorganic core have been developed. The new composites we subjected to a wide range of tests to verify their fire resistance. Entirely different level of the operational security would be able to achieve at the same or lower weight of the aircraft. The Association of European Space Research Establishments focuses on the coordination and integration of space-related research activities. The Association focuses mainly on European industry and seeks to intensify the cooperation of its members with third parties in the field of space. Its aim is to increase the global competitiveness of the European space sector. We are coming back to the association after 5 years. Look at our profile and learn more. SpaceLab EU and the Czech Aerospace Research Centre VZLU have entered into a partnership under which they will, over the next five years, work together to develop and commercialize a unique air-breathing ion propulsion engine that allows satellites to maintain their position on a very low orbit. The engine thrust is created by accelerating the residual atmosphere of the Earth and no longer needs any other fuel.
Formation and growth of Sim works throughout centuries has been tightly related with history of our Motherland — Great Russia. In the first iron was obtained, in — the first iron from a blast furnace; in was blown the first open-hearth furnace. Since the works began to manufacture agricultural equipment and carts. And in is happened the conversion to manufacturing of aviation-technical products. In years of the Great Patriotic war began a new history of enterprise.
The world is talking about the Industry 4. It includes cyber-physical systems, Internet of Things and cloud computing among other technological assets. This new era has the potential to improve air transport key performance areas.
The United States has the largest and most diverse GA community in the world, with more than , active aircraft, including amateur-built aircraft, rotorcraft, balloons, and highly sophisticated turbojets. By working together, and focusing on data driven solutions, government and industry are making a difference to put the right technologies, regulations, and education initiatives in place to improve safety.
Mumbai, India - When a commercial pilot in India announced in that he would build a plane on top of the roof of his home, most people thought he was joking because he had no aeronautical engineering experience. Yadav, who works as a senior commander with Jet Airways and flies twin-engine turboprop planes, said it was his longtime dream to build aircraft.
Over 90 Years of Growth Curtiss-Wright Corporation has the most renowned legacy in the aerospace industry. These technological pioneers ushered in the era of aviation and their trailblazing spirit made history. Curtiss-Wright has changed dramatically over the past eight decades, and continues to transform itself to be at the forefront of the markets that we serve. Today, Curtiss-Wright is an integrated, market-facing global diversified industrial company and remains a technology leader through this legacy of innovation.