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Critical flight monitoring applications rely on AS-FT flow transmitter

Critical flight monitoring applications rely on AS-FT flow transmitter
  Aerospace flight system design engineers will find the AS-FT Flow Transmitter from FCI Aerospace features a rugged, highly reliable thermal dispersion technology sensor that is suitable for mission critical air, gas and fluid monitoring systems on both commercial and military aircraft.
9th August 2017

Royal Brunei partner with startup to reduce fuel costs

Royal Brunei partner with startup to reduce fuel costs
  Royal Brunei Airlines has boosted its commitment to environmental protection by partnering with a talented French startup which provides a 360° solution to reduce fuel costs and CO2 emissions of airlines. Under this agreement, Royal Brunei Airlines will use OpenAirlines' flagship software SkyBreathe Fuel Efficiency.
9th August 2017

Partnership launched to enhance fuel efficiency

Partnership launched to enhance fuel efficiency
A memorandum of understanding (MoU) has been signed by Airbus company, NAVBLUE, a provider of flight ops and ATM services, and OpenAirlines, a specialist in eco-flying solutions. The partnership will see NAVBLUE become a reseller partner for OpenAirlines’ solution called Skybreathe, a fuel preservation solution for airlines.
26th June 2017


BA power failure was entirely avoidable says industry expert

BA power failure was entirely avoidable says industry expert
Earlier this month an IT meltdown caused travel chaos for an estimated 75,000 British Airways (BA) passengers. A power failure (and in particular, the uncontrolled restoration of power at BA’s major data centre), caused flight cancellations on a massive scale which will cost the airline something in the region of £80m. 
19th June 2017

Epoxy meets airbus standards for flame retardancy and gas emissions

Epoxy meets airbus standards for flame retardancy and gas emissions
  Formulated to meet rigorous Airbus specifications, Master Bond EP93FRHT passes the twelve second vertical burn test per AITM 2.0002B and Section 7.1.2 of ABD0031, Issue F; the smoke emission test per AITM 2.0007B, Issue 3 in the flaming mode and Section 7.3.2 of ABD0031, Issue F; and the toxic gas emission test per AITM 3.0005, Issue 2 in the flaming mode and Section 7.4 of ABD0031, Issue F.
5th June 2017

Aerospace engineering firm cuts costs with high efficiency compressors

Aerospace engineering firm cuts costs with high efficiency compressors
  BOGE is saving an aerospace engineering and treatment company at least £18,000 a year by installing two of its high efficiency compressors.
16th May 2017

Porter Airlines increases fuel efficiency with SkyBreathe

Porter Airlines increases fuel efficiency with SkyBreathe
    Porter Airlines has pursued its commitment to sustainable development by signing a partnership with OpenAirlines to use its innovative fuel efficiency platform SkyBreathe.
12th May 2017

LynxOS-178 offers portability for safety critical software designs

Lynx Software Technologies has announced LynxOS-178 2.2.4, a new version of its widely deployed DO-178 certified RTOS. Supporting open standards such as FACE (Future Airborne Capability Environment), POSIX (Portable Operating System Interface) and APEX (ARINC 653 APplication EXecutive), LynxOS-178 offers true portability for safety-critical software designs.
27th April 2017

Aircraft motion systems improved with compact actuators

Aircraft motion systems improved with compact actuators
A new range of compact and lightweight electromechanical actuators designed specifically to meet the requirements of aerospace applications. Fully certified to BS EN 9100, the industry-recognised standard for quality and risk management for the aviation industry, the new actuators can be integrated into new aircraft designs or retrofitted into existing aircraft to improve functionality while reducing the size and weight of on-board motion control systems.
26th April 2017

IATA regulations for the shipping of lithium batteries introduced

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has changed its IATA DGR (Dangerous Goods Regulations) concerning the shipping of lithium batteries. Since January 1st 2017, lithium batteries that were previously not covered by labelling requirements have become partially subject to them.
11th April 2017


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