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  1. Xcel Energy Is The First U.S. Utility To Operate Drones beyond Line Of Sight For Ongoing Inspections

    In one of the most significant advancements of unmanned aircraft under development by a U.S. utility,Xcel Energy is operating drones beyond visual line of sight during ongoing inspections of transmission lines near Denver

  2. Sintavia Adds Tenth And Eleventh Industrial Metal Printers

    In its second announcement in two weeks, Sintavia, LLC, a leading Tier One metal additive manufacturer, announced recently that it had added a tenth and an eleventh additive manufacturing (AM) machine to its growing fleet of in-house printers

  3. JetBlue Accepting Applications For BlueBud Business Mentoring Program To Help Burgeoning Brands Take Flight

    JetBlue (Nasdaq: JBLU) today announced the opening of the application period for the next round of its BlueBud business mentoring program. BlueBud offers innovative environmentally and socially responsible companies a unique opportunity for business mentorship and access to JetBlue’s senior leaders and unique product development culture 

  4. GKN Aerospace Cuts Assembly Tool Production Time With Stratasys Additive Manufacturing

    Stratasys recently announced that GKN Aerospace is improving production times and removing design constraints for multiple tooling applications since integrating additive manufacturing at its Filton manufacturing site in the UK

  5. CTS Engines Inducts First PW2000 Engine

    CTS Engines, the global leader for mature engine maintenance within the Aerospace & Defense industry, announced recently that it had inducted the first PW2000 engine into its engine overhaul facility in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Along with the CF6-80C2, CF6-80A, and CF6-50C2, the PW2000 represents the fourth engine model type serviced by CTS

  6. Triumph Aerospace Structures Secures C130J Follow-Up Contract

    Triumph Group, Inc. announced recently that its Aerospace Structures business has been awarded a multi-year airframe component contract for Lockheed Martin’s C130J Super Hercules program. Under initial terms of the contract, Triumph Fabrications in San Diego, California will provide 108 different part numbers for the C130J program

  7. Apollo Aviation Group Acquires 23 Aircraft In H1, 2018

    Apollo Aviation Group (together with its affiliates, “Apollo Aviation”), a multi-strategy aviation investment manager, announced today that it acquired or contracted to purchase 23 aircraft in the first half of 2018 for a total gross purchase price of $315M

  8. Astronics PGA Selected By Jamco To Supply Seat Motion And Lighting Systems For Venture Seat Program

    Astronics Corporation, a leading provider of advanced technologies for the global aerospace, defense, and semiconductor industries, announced recently that its wholly owned subsidiary, Astronics PGA, was awarded a contract to provide its next-generation seat motion and lighting systems for Jamco’s new Venture seat program

  9. MACOM's 500W GaN-On-Si Power Transistor For L-Band ASR Applications

    MACOM Technology Solutions Inc. (“MACOM”) recently announced the newest entry in its GaN-on-Si power transistor portfolio for pulsed L-Band radar systems targeted for airport surveillance radar (ASR) applications at 1.2 to 1.4 GHz.

  10. Praxair Surface Technologies Enters Long-Term Agreement With Héroux-Devtek For Coatings Of Airframe Components

    Praxair Surface Technologies, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Praxair, Inc., recently announced the signing of a multi-year sourcing agreement with Héroux-Devtek Inc., a leading Canadian manufacturer of aerospace and industrial products, for the application of high-performance surface coatings for airframe components