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    On Saturday (October 18), Japanese ministers joined airline executives and representatives from across Japan’s aerospace supply chain to witness the public unveiling of... Read More
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    Talking Point

    On Saturday (October 18), Japanese ministers joined airline executives and representatives from across Japan’s aerospace supply chain to witness the public unveiling of Mitsubishi Aircraft’s all new regional jet, the MRJ.
    The MRJ is the Japanese aerospace sector’s second attempt to break into the airframe market after the 64-seat YS-11 turboprop failed to set the world alight in the 1960s, securing less than 190 orders.
    The all-new aircraft will be available in 70 and 90-seat options, have a range of up to 3,380km (1,820nm) and will be powered by Pratt & Whitney geared...

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    Sarah-Jayne Russell
    20/10/2014 - 12:42

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    The Association of Flight Attendants (AFA), which represents close to 60,000 members of cabin...

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    08/10/2014 - 14:38
    Madrid: European MROs told to be prepared

    MRO Network's Juliet Trew reports from MRO Europe in Madrid on the warning to maintenance providers to make sure they are prepared for risks posed by threats such as the ebola outbreak, as well as from the challenges within our sector.
    The Eurozone has had a pretty tough few years following the economic downturn with debt crises, austerity measures and geopolitical unrest, all of which has impacted the commercial aviation sector. But better times are around the corner according to industry experts presenting at the opening session of MRO Europe in Madrid yesterday (October 7).

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