On Monday at the Paris Air Show, HyperMach Aerospace Industries plans to unveil a “next generation” supersonic business jet (SSBJ) that can fly from Paris to New York in 1 hour 45 minutes.
AINalerts » June 14, 2011
Dassault has begun sending Falcon 7X modification kits to its service centers to fix the potential runaway pitch trim issue that caused the grounding of the entire fleet since May 26, a company spokesman told AIN today. All the kits will have been sent by Sunday, he said. Meetings with the EASA are planned for the coming days as the next step toward flight reauthorization.
In accordance with the Federal Communication Commission’s January ruling, LightSquared must, in its June 15 final report on GPS compatibility tests, show that “it is clear that potential GPS interference concerns have been resolved.” But hold that applause, GPS users.
Honeywell announced yesterday that it offered to acquire EMS Technologies for $491 million, pending shareholder and regulatory approvals. The acquisition should be completed in the third quarter of this year.
JetNet released its first 10-year business jet delivery forecast last week, predicting worldwide deliveries of 11,476 new business jets worth $258 billion by 2020. In January, the company launched its new JetNet iQ survey program and used the more than 1,000 global responses it received, combined with product life cycle, market value analysis and other economic indicators, to shape its forecast.