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Aero Engines and fuel systems
Certification for helicopter air filters
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 16 September, 2016
Engine protection filters for Bell helicopters receives supplemental type certification from the FAA
 
Helicopter filter certification from FAA
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 02 April, 2015
The FAA has certified the use of the PUREair Dry Barrier Filter from Pall on the AS350 Airbus Helicopter
 
Civil airline engine nacelle repairs for US airlines
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 23 March, 2015
Aircelle opens Indianapolis facility for the repair and maintenance of engine nacelles for the US airline industry
 
Primary fuel tank on show for AS350
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 02 March, 2015
Vector Aerospace is displaying its co-designed AS350 primary fuel tank at Heli-Expo 2015 in Orlando this week
 
ITEC engines to power Polish advanced jet trainer fleet
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 04 October, 2014
The International Turbine Engine Company LLC (ITEC), a joint venture between Honeywell Aerospace and Aerospace Industrial Development Corporation (AIDC), has received an order from Alenia Aermacchi to supply propulsion engines for Poland’s eight new Alenia Aermacchi M-346 Master advanced jet trainers.
 
Geared turbofans and open rotors reduce aircraft fuel consumption by 15 per cent
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 19 June, 2014
Two aircraft engine concepts, geared turbofan and open rotor, can enable a significant reduction to aircraft fuel consumption. With open rotor, the potential reduction is 15%. These are the findings of Linda Larsson at Chalmers University of Technology, who has analysed and evaluated the two concepts.
 
Parker And Porvair Sign Filtration Agreement
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 26 November, 2010
Aircraft fuel tank filtration systems for Parker Aerospace will be supplied by Porvair Filtration under new agreement
 
Swept Fan Blade Patent Infringement Claim Lodged
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 30 August, 2010
Rolls-Royce amends complaint against UTC for alleged infringement of the company’s swept fan blade patent
 
New CFO Joins Nexcelle Management
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 11 August, 2010
Nexcelle recruits Chief Financial Officer to assist in bringing the company through the next phase of business growth
 
Airbus A350 XWB Engines Take Pall Filtration Systems
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 29 July, 2010
Pall corporation will supply Rolls-Royce with the full filtration requirements for the Trent XWB engine to be used on the Airbus A350 XWB aircraft
 
Farnborough Provides Bonanza Of Orders For GE Aviation
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 23 July, 2010
The engine products and services from GE Aviation, including the company’s ecologically improved OnPoint offering, prove popular among customers attending the Farnborough air show in the UK
 
FAA Commissions GE Aviation On Clean Engine Program
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 28 June, 2010
Improved fuel burn, reduced noise and fewer emissions all form part of the engine technology development award given to GE Aviation from the Federal Aviation Administration
 
Fuel Efficient Trent XWB Engines Enter Production Runs
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 21 June, 2010
Rolls-Royce is celebrating the start of production runs of the environmentally sensitive Trent XWB engine which will be used to power the Airbus A350 XWB aircraft
 
Lean Burn Aero Engine Development Success
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 31 May, 2010
Rolls-Royce has successfully run the two-shaft engine of the E3E program for generating aircraft power with lower fuel consumption and emissions with higher power to weight ratio
 
FAA Approvals Received for Embraer Legacy 650 Engine
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 03 May, 2010
The AE 3007A2 engine from Rolls-Royce for use in the latest large executive jet from Embraer has been granted type approval and production certification from the FAA
 
Hamilton Sundstrand to Supply Digital Engine Control Systems fro Rolls-Royce
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 24 February, 2010
FADECs from Hamilton Sundstrand will be used by Rolls-Royce on smaller helicopter engines with under 2000 shaft horsepower
 
Airborne Contamination Protection for Sikorsky S-61 Helicopters
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 24 February, 2010
Centrisep engine advanced protection systems from Pall Aerospace to be supplied to Carson Helicopters for use in protecting civil and military Sikorsky S-61 helicopter engines from airborne contamination
 
Environmental Lightweight Fan Production Facility Established
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 24 February, 2010
GKN is creating a production line for environmental lightweight fan blades for use in aero engines with improved performance and reduced emissions
 
Squirrel Helicopter Engine Upgrade Available with Centrisep filtration
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 23 February, 2010
Pall’s Centrisep engine advanced protection system is now available for reducing airborne contamination risk on AS350 Squirrel helicopters using Turbomeca engines
 
Corporate and Law-Enforcement Helicopter Engine Retrofit MOU
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 23 February, 2010
Bell Helicopter and Rolls-Royce have agreed to explore possibilities for retrofitting Turboshaft engines to JetRanger helicopters used in a variety of applications including homeland security and law enforcement duties
 
Gulfstream G650 engine gains FAA type certification
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 28 December, 2009
With FAA certification for the BR725 engine from Rolls-Royce, the USA joins Europe in completing G650 airworthiness approvals
 
Innovative Nacelle for COMAC C919 aircraft
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 23 December, 2009
Nexcelle will supply the nacelle, thrust reverser and exhaust system for the LEAP-X1C engine planned to be used on the COMAC C919 aircraft for China
 
Chinese aircraft company chooses LEAP-X1C engine from CFM
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 23 December, 2009
Snecma and GE joint venture company to supply the LEAP-X1C engine to be the propulsion system for the C919 aircraft from COMAC
 
Joint venture company wins large Chinese engine contract
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 23 December, 2009
Created as a joint operation between SAFRAN and GE Aviation, CFM International is now supplying Chinese Aircraft Group COMAC with engines for the new C919 airliner
 
Trent XWB engines to power United Airlines A350 fleet
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 10 December, 2009
United Airlines has chosen Rolls-Royce to supply engines for its future fleet of 25 A350 Airbus aircraft
 
Sales and Marketing VP to retire in 2010
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 04 December, 2009
Parker Hannifin will lose its long-serving Vice-President of Sales Marketing and Operations support in the third quarter of 2010
 
Aerospace industry reacts to Policy Exchange report on aviation biofuels
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 22 July, 2009
Matthew Knowles, spokesman for the Society of British Aerospace Companies, said 'This report is a welcome contribution to an important debate in which the aviation industry has already delivered a great deal of research results. The aerospace industry encourages the development of sustainable biofuels from second and third generation feedstocks such as jatropha, algae or biomass waste that do not impact on agricultural land. They could make a significant contribution to reducing emissions from aviation, currently standing at around 2 per cent of global man-made CO2 emissions.
 
Rolls-Royce Supplier of the Year
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 23 May, 2009
Parker Hannifin Corporation has announced that its Parker Aerospace business group has received the Rolls-Royce Supplier of the Year award for gas turbine engines.
 
New fuel management software
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 21 May, 2009
Running a fleet of any size can be a nightmare. Controlling fuel access, monitoring stock levels and analysis of driver/vehicle fuel usage is vital. Fueltek, the UK's market leader in fuel management technology, has produced Fueltek Fuel Manager Online (FMO) fuel management software developed to put fleet managers in the driving seat.
 
ATK to produce Composite Aft Fan Cases for Rolls-Royce Trent XWB Engines
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 30 January, 2009
Contract Builds on ATK's Decades of Experience in Large-Scale Composite Manufacturing
 
Parker Hannifin - chosen by Rolls-Royce to partner on its Trent XWB engine program.
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 29 January, 2009
The Rolls-Royce Trent XWB is the sole engine currently available to power the new Airbus A350 XWB family of aircraft. At the date of this announcement, Rolls-Royce has received orders for over 1,000 Trent XWB engines, representing an unprecedented launch position for a large civil aerospace engine at such an early stage in the program.
 
SAIC Awarded $25 Million Contract by Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 27 January, 2009
Company to Develop Affordable Alternative to Petroleum-Derived Jet Fuel (JP-8) from Agricultural and Aquacultural Feedstock
 
Air New Zealand and Boeing - Sustainable Biofuels Test Flight
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 12 November, 2008
Air New Zealand and Boeing Announce December Date for Sustainable Biofuels Test Flight. Partnership with Rolls-Royce and UOP highlights the path to fuel certificatio
 
Boeing joins alternative fuel group
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 25 September, 2008
Boeing Joins Aviation, Energy and Academic Leaders to Accelerate Development and Availability of Sustainable Biofuels. Environmental groups applaud effort to develop sustainable fuel alternatives
 
Parker Aerospace - Fuel and hydraulic system for Bombardier CSeries
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 05 September, 2008
Parker Hannifin has announced that its Parker Aerospace segment has been chosen by Bombardier Aerospace to design and produce the fully integrated hydraulic and fuel systems for its new CSeries family of aircraft. The company estimates that the contracts will generate approximately $1.2 billion in revenues over the life of the program.
 
Joint Engine Control Venture for Goodrich and Rolls Royce
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 15 August, 2008
Goodrich and Rolls-Royce have announced that they have signed a Letter of Intent proposing the formation of a joint venture company, which would develop and supply engine controls for Rolls-Royce aero engines.
 
TDG Aerospace awarded patents
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 16 May, 2008
TDG Aerospace, has announced that it has been awarded three patents by the United States Patent Office, all of which relate to its ground-breaking UFI(R) line of fault detection devices.
 
Comair Reduces Fuel by 3 Percent Using PPAS
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 07 May, 2008
At a time when fuel prices continue to fluctuate, Comair has been able to reduce fleet-wide fuel burn by approximately 3 percent utilizing PPAS, a Cost Index optimization system designed by Applied Aeronautical Systems Inc. (AASI).
 
Universal Fault Interrupter Protects Fuel Tank Systems form Electrical Faults
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 23 April, 2008
TDG Aerospace, has announced that American Airlines has purchased and is now set to begin installation of the Universal Fault Interrupter (UFI) on their Boeing 737NG aircraft.
 
Parker Hannifin acquires Vansco Electronics
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 11 April, 2008
Parker Hannifin Corporation has announced that it has acquired Vansco Electronics, a global leader in the design and manufacture of electronic controls, displays and terminals, communication and operator interfaces, and sensors.
 
Parker Hannifin Corporation acquires HTR Holding Corp. and its subsidiaries
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 09 April, 2008
Parker Hannifin Corporation has announced that it has acquired all of the issued and outstanding shares of the capital stock of HTR Holding Corp. and its subsidiaries, including Hi-Tech Rubber, Inc., Inland Technologies, Inc., Ventrex, Inc. and Accusil, Inc. The acquired companies operate under their own names and under the trade names Hi-Tech Group, A.C. Hoffman Engineering and Infinity Plastics.
 
Pratt & Whitney - FAA Approval for CFM56-3 Engine
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 23 March, 2008
Pratt & Whitney received Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approval for the Global Material Solutions CFM56-3 engine fan and booster Supplemental Type Certificate.
 
Pratt & Whitney Installs Geared Turbofan(TM) Engine Flight Nacelle System
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 23 March, 2008
Pratt & Whitney installed the flight inlet and nacelle system on the Geared Turbofan demonstrator engine in preparation for Phase II ground testing scheduled to begin next month. The nacelle system, provided by Geared Turbofan demonstrator program partner Goodrich, was installed during a fit check before final test sensors are connected and the engine returns to the test stand.
 
GKN Aerospace - ecologically improved single-skin crashworthy material for aircraft fuel bladders
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 23 February, 2008
As part of an initiative to reduce and remove Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) from fuel tank manufacturing processes, engineers and scientists at GKN Aerospace in Portsmouth, UK, have developed the first single-skin flexible fuel bladder material that is able to offer crash resistance and puncture tolerance. The Company will launch this new development at Heli-Expo in Houston, Tx, this month with a display of the material on the Company's stand.
 
GKN Aerospace - CAAC certification renewed
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 17 February, 2008
GKN Aerospace CAAC certification renewed. Engine support operation will grow to meet demand.
 
Pratt & Whitney and Turkish Airlines Technic Inc
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 11 February, 2008
Pratt & Whitney and Turkish Airlines Technic Inc. (Turkish Technic), a Turkish Airlines company has signed a joint venture agreement to build an aircraft engine overhaul center in Istanbul today. Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
 
Pratt & Whitney - PW800 Engine Launched
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 11 February, 2008
Pratt & Whitney Canada has launched its next-generation 10,000-pound-thrust-class engine family, designated the PW800. The first engine, the PW810, has been selected by Cessna Aircraft Company, a Textron company, to power its new Citation Columbus business aircraft. Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) is a United Technologies company.
 
Parker Aerospace Is Awarded $2 Billion Fuel Package and Hydraulic System for New Airbus A350 XWB Aircraft
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 19 January, 2008
Parker Aerospace has been selected by Airbus to supply both the fuel and hydraulic systems for its new A350 extra-widebody (XWB) aircraft.
 
Parker Hannifin Acquires Shaw Aero Devices, Inc
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 01 November, 2007
Based in Naples, Florida, Shaw Aero Devices, Inc. was founded in 1956 and has 250 employees. The company, which invented patented safety-lock, flush- mounted fuel and lightning safe caps, also produces other caps and adapters, fuel system components, lubrication and hydraulic system equipment, and water and waste components for aerospace markets, including both commercial and military aircraft and their engines. The business had sales of $45 million in 2007. The acquisition is expected to be accretive to earnings in its first full year of operations.
 
Parker Hannifin Corp. - Quarterly Results
Aero Engines and fuel systems : 09 July, 2007
Parker Hannifin Corporation today reported an increase of 6 percent in total orders for the month of June compared to the same month a year ago. The company also reaffirmed its previously announced intention to report orders on a quarterly basis beginning in fiscal year 2008.
 
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