Sagem, part of the Safran Group, is launching a new aviation services offering known as Cassiopée. This is a modular service, covering flight safety and risk management, maintenance performance, flight operations, airline organization and operating cost savings.
All Paris 2011 News
Ethics in the global aerospace industry is one of many topics that CEOs from the U.S. and Europe are addressing at meetings here this week, according to U.S. Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) president and CEO Marion Blakey.
ATR has revealed another of its previously undisclosed customers–Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC). Yesterday at the Paris Air Show the Danish lessor and aircraft trading company placed a firm order, valued at $450 million, for 10 ATR 72-600s, with 10 options for more.
Raytheon revealed a hyperspectral sensor, which has been adapted to the MQ-1 Predator UAV, at the Paris Air Show on Tuesday. The airborne cueing and exploitation system hyperspectral (Aces HY) is believed to be the first such sensor to enter series production for a tactical airborne platform.
Aero Sekur (Hall 2B F156) announced here it has won a “significant first order” to supply an inflatable maintenance enclosure and climatic controller to Northrop Grumman for field repairs to Lockheed Martin’s F-35 Lightning II. A climatic controller sourced by AeroSekur will be integrated into the enclosure.
Boeing will help provide customer support for the Mitsubishi Regional Jet under the terms of a 10-year contract announced yesterday. Boeing Commercial Airplanes CEO Jim Albaugh joined Mitsubishi Aircraft president Hideo Egawa to launch the partnership, under which Boeing Commercial Aviation Services will help with spare parts provisioning, service operations and field services for the MRJ.
The Moroccan aerospace industry has made significant strides in recent years to position itself as a lower cost base than nearby Europe. But this could be undermined if mounting political unrest in the north African country boils over into violence.