Boeing aircraft company has hit yet another milestone in its company history as well as the great Book of Guinness World Records.  With its great accomplishments that has created the brand name, Boeings Washington facility, commemorates it’s the completed 10,000TH 737 MAX 8 aircraft. The aircraft that marked such as significant place in time was dedicated for their renown customer Southwest Airlines. Over the years the 737 aircraft have become one of the most popular aircrafts to be distributed throughout the globe to different airlines for its maximum efficiency.


As it reaches their 10,000th aircrafts produced, it is being recorded by the Guinness World Records as the “most produced commercial jet aircraft model” in the commercial aircraft industry.Not only is the completion of the 10,000th aircraft a testament to their company as a great success but a reliable source for many airlines across the globe as well. Per a statement by Boeings CEO and Commercial Airplanes president, Kevin McAllister states that,

"It represents more than 50 years of success and achievement on the part of thousands of Boeing employees past and present, our supplier partners, and our airline customers around the globe who put their confidence in the 737."

 Due to the great success that Boeing has had with such aircraft it will increase its production to a total of 52 aircrafts per month appose to their previous 47 aircrafts. With a current back order, Boeing has a total of 4,600 aircrafts to be bought out and distributed. This is not Boeings first record breaking accomplishment as it hit the Guinness World Record in 2006 for the completion of 5000th 737 airplanes in a time span of 40 years. The airplanes great success following the 2006 achievement had allowed for the recent 10,000th aircraft to be completed in as little of 12 years.
 
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Much like other automotive devices and machinery, along with aircrafts alike are all susceptible to failure. Airplanes suffer for a higher risk of accidents as they descend from thousands of feet high at an alarming rate. Much more often than the average person is aware of, failing landing gear is a common problem with aircrafts throughout the industry.


When the landing gear fails, the aircraft is still expected to land as it would normally but performs what is known as gear up or also known as belly landing. Although aircrafts suffer the ongoing risk of possible fires and extensive damage to the aircraft, if executed correctly the landing should be tolerable per case studies, according to telegraph.co.uk.

Many unexpected incidents have been able to land safely as well as other accidental events that have caused aircrafts to turn back a while after taking flight. Much like after two pilots that carried an approximate 99 passengers on board forgot to retract their landing gear shortly after ascending for takeoff. One very popular case that has found its way into US Pilot, Patrick Smith, recently released book Cockpit Confidential where he studies the failure of landing gear.

The book analyses a televised event that airline, JetBlue had to endure and perform an emergency landing in Los Angeles. This horrific event took place in the year 2005, when an aircraft leaving Burbank, California had to perform a belly landing but experienced its tires twisted sideways. As the pilots noticed its problem they quickly became aware that the aircraft would be to heavy for landing on LAXs longer run ways. The aircraft had to endure three hours of flying before it could reach the appropriate weight for landing. The book reads

“On board, 146 souls readied for what, according to the commentators, could very well be a devastating crash. Those of us who knew better... saw a jetliner preparing for what would be a telegenic but perfectly manageable landing. And that's what we got.”     

 
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It was originally a military part made in 1959 completely from scratch. It was the first Honeywell Aerospace Turboprop Engine, but the series has now expanded to 18 different engine models with 106 different configurations. Their engines have completed a total of 122 million flight hours combined with their 13,000 engine that have been sold since they opened. It remains one of the most reliable engines today. Few aircraft or engines can say they have been at the top of the market for as long as the Garrett/ Honeywell TPE331.

In 1964 the Garrett AiResearch TPE331 took its first trip on a fixed-wing aircraft in April. Specifically, the Beech C-45 which was a military aircraft. In the same year, it was named the fastest turboprop airplane engine of its time and was first recognized by the FAA in 1965. The T76, a military version of the TPE331, was heavily used during the Vietnam War and became the turning point for Garrett AiResearch engines. Back in 1985, there was a merger with Honeywell Aerospace, resulting in the engines becoming a Honeywell part. In the U.K. these engines are still used by the Royal Air Force, and for military training.

Today these engines are still being used to boost power and performance of their aircrafts. Honeywell plans to re-engine planes with these TPE331 engines allowing them to have a longer lifespan. The TPE331-12B will be used as the backbone of India’s new military training. Honeywell Aerospace is in contact with manufacturers around the world to ensure that the TPE331 is continuously meeting their needs and remaining reliable for everyone.


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Rolls – Royce has run a demonstrator engine precisely dedicated to the development of a new advanced lean – burn and low – emissions combustion scheme for the first time. This scheme is being created for forthcoming jet engine programs.
At the end of January 2018, The Advanced Low Emissions Combustion System demonstrator accomplished all its goals for the first time on a testbed in Derby, UK. The demonstrator is evaluated for a lean – burn system that upgrades pre-mixing of fuel and air preceding ignition. The lean – burn system will be a significant change in distributing the Intelligent Engine, as it builds on innovative technology and digital competences to provide essential profits for customers.

Andy Geer, Chief Engineer at Rolls Royce said: “We are very proud to see this technology come to life for the first time. We are confident that the ALECSys system will offer significant benefits for our customers and look forward to putting the demonstrator through its paces.”

ALECSys system is the most current solution technology milestones that contain:
  • The Advance3 test engine, integrating identical core architecture that will be utilized in Ultra Fan, it was tested for the first time in November
  • An aerospace record was achieved in September 2017 when The Power Gear box that will empower Ultra Fan to operate at high bypass ratios achieved 70,000 hp.
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Boeing and Royal Air Maroc recently reported orders for four 787-9 Dreamliners. With a value that is listed at over one billion dollars, this will allow for Morocco’s flag carrier to further its service internationally. The orders, which were in more recent times anonymous on Boeing’s orders and deliveries website, incorporates 2 787s that were purchased at the end of 2016.


Royal Air Maroc has already delivered 5 787-8s and will continue to expand their fleet of the fuel-efficient 787s to come to a total of 9 airplanes. The airline has 787s flying on international routes from South America, the Middle East, Europe and more. The addition of these airplanes will allow for expansion of service in these different areas.

Abdelhamid Addou, CEO and Chairman of the airline, believes that Royal Air Maroc is able to fly customers from different areas of the world to their destinations due to their unique position as a geographic hub. With almost 900 flights to Africa per month, Addou believes Royal Air Maroc has a broad presence in Africa than any other airline. The vision of the airline, according to Addou, is to be the leader in Africa in areas of service, planes and connectivity. The gaining of newer plans like the Dreamliners will support the airlines vision in this area.

By purchasing more 787’s, Roya Air Maroc is endorsing the Dreamliner’s good economic performance, great fuel efficiency incomparable experience for passengers. Ihssane Mounir, senior vice president of Global Sales and Marketing for Boeing states that the expanding and furthering of relationship between the two companies began fifty years ago, and Boeing is a proud supporter of the Airline’s vision in growth in Africa.

As Royal Air Maroc recently celebrated its sixtieth anniversary, their fleet included almost sixty Boeing planes (737s, 767-300ERSm 787s and 747-400s). The Boeing 787 Dreamline is a family of extremely-efficient airplanes with features that are pleasing for passengers. It’s unapparelled fuel efficiency and stretching of fuselage allows for carriers to benefit and open new routs at a great profit.

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There are many aircraft parts and accessories that are useful. The following accessories are some must-have aircraft accessories.

The GoPro is a great device that will allow for users to capture their experiences while flying in the air. It has many features such as slow motion, 4K30 resolutions, and can capture moments at thirty frames per second.


Sun visors are critical in order to protect yourself from the sun. Most aircrafts already have sun visors that are built in and are made out of fabric. Unfortunately, fabric will decay over time. In order to avoid having to replace the visor multiple time, it is a good idea in investing in a Rosen Sun Visor System, which will last a lifetime because they are made of plexiglass.

Possessing an iPad during flights will be useful as you may use applications during the flight. There are many different apps that can be helpful for pilots. In order to stay safe during the flight an iPad holder or other electronics accessories may be an important investment. The ability to have cellular connection while high up in the air is an amazing new feature of technology. The Iridium Go! Satellite Hotspot will allow for you to send text messages, talk on the phone, and also track your flight time.

Another greatly loved aircraft accessory is the kneeboard. It can be a useful item during a flight because it allows for a hard surface to write on or place your iPad on. Most basic kneeboards include storage areas to hold things like paper, chart pockets, and more. This is a proven accessory that is greatly used by pilots for convenience.

A portable charger, like the Mophie powerstation duo, is a great charger with amazing charging capabilities. It comes with a protective meta outer band, and even if it is dropped or falls on the round, it will remain in great working condition. This specific version comes with 2 USB ports, so users may charge multiple devices.

A good method of staying comfortable during a flight is a sheepskin aircraft seat cover. Although they may be a little expensive, they are worth the high price tag. These covers allow for pilots to stay cool during the hot Summers, and warm during the cold winters. A number of aircraft manufacturers have made these aircraft seat covers a standard.

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Well known aerospace company, Bombardier Aerostructures and Engineering Services, recently revealed that Airbus has chosen them as a supplier for a fresh engine nacelle program A32neo aircraft family that is fueled by Pratt & Whitney. The Northern Ireland operation’s branch for Bombardier has been selected to create and manufacture a fresh thrust reverser to allow Airbus to provide a new and innovative nacelle. This will also allow for greater aftermarket support for the Pratt & Whitney PW1100G engine.


Bombardier is currently supporting Airbus as a supplier for many different programs. It’s Northern Ireland program has deep nacelle experience and knowledge, having already gained forty years of experience in the areas of design and manufacturing engine nacelles.

Vice President of Bombardier Aerostructures Customer Services and Programmes, Stephen Addis, expressed the excitement of being chosen as a supplier for the new nacelle. He believes this new selection will further Bombardier Aerostructures’ relationship with Airbus. Addis believes this new agreement will allow for Bombardier to dive deeper into their long-term strategy of growing the company’s abilities in the nacelles market and to maximize their focus on the delivery of creative and high valued products in a competitive, global market.

With operations located all over the world, Bombardier Aerostructures and Engineering Services specializes in the area of designing and manufacturing of intricate aircraft parts and components. The company also provides the option of repairing and overhauling aftermarket components, along with further engineering services.

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Vietnam airlines, alongside Pratt & Whitney announced their final selection on an engine for their collaboration on the A321neo Aircraft. Together, they selected a PurePower geared turbofan engine, they will be ordering 20. The closed deal will be valued at 1.5 billion dollars.  Turbofan engines have high thrust and good fuel efficiency, making them the perfect choice for the A321neo aircraft. Turbofan engines work by capturing incoming air using the engine inlet. These engines are mostly used for high speed transports, such as major aircrafts. Choosing this engine will allow Vietnam airlines to deliver superior environmental and economically performance. This overall could bring down the cost of gas the airline uses, in turn bringing down the cost of ticket prices.


Vietnam airlines was officially established in 1956, with a total of five aircrafts.  In 1993 the airline was recognized as Vietnams official flag carrier, and gained a total of twenty aviation enterprises. In 2002 Vietnam airlines introduced its brand-new logo, the Golden lotus, symbolizing them in the world of aviation as a world-class airline. Since then, the airline has made an obvious advancement in the world of aviation. The airline now is a major competitor in the Asian airline market, owning modern fleets that include Boeing and Airbus. As of today, Vietnam airlines operates in 21 different cities and 28 international destinations throughout Asia. In 2010 Vietnam Airlines was invited to join the Skyteam, one of the world’s largest airline alliances. The airline has come a very long way since its birth, something a company like Pratt and Whitney really admires. Pratt and Whitney have been with Vietnam Airlines since the early nineties and are ecstatic to see where the future takes them together.

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United Airlines has been reviewing their next projects of adding a newer seat configuration to their fleet. Long overdue, United has put a halt to their newest additions due to a previous failure of the transformation of Boeing 737-700.

The Airline is still uncertain whether to commit to the addition of the new fleet per a statement made by United Airlines Senior Vice President Howard Attarian made addressed to employees,”There does seem to be an opportunity and fit for an aircraft with around 100 seats to fill that gap in our network, but on the other hand the problems with the complexity cost for a new fleet type is a big concern.”


With only two other seating configurations of seating on aircrafts, United has a 76 seat Embraer 175 aircraft and 118 seat Boeing 737-700.
Two US airlines already have included a near 100 seat configurations are American Airlines and Delta Air Lines.
American Airlines has 99 seaters that come in a Embraer 190 aircraft and Delta Airlines has 110 seaters that are placed in Boeing 717-200s.
Different divisions of United Airlines have different opinions on the addition of the fleet . United had been planning on adding the fleet until the arrival of the Newest President Mr. Scott Kirby putting a stop to the decision.   

United’s treasurer, Gerry Laderman has a different opinion as he states,” There is a natural need for a small mainline narrow body.”
To be able to change United’s plans and ungauged their strategy they will start carrying 737 MAX 10 aircrafts in their fleet over a progression of time ending in the year 2020. The integration of the 737 MAX 10 is planned to be able supersede the current 737-800s and the 900 models.

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2017s World Helicopters Day (WHD) has finally arrived and is starring in a newest location. Hosted this year in the American Helicopter Museum and Education Center (AHMEC) becoming the latest addition to the Helicopter Day traditions. The World Helicopter Day will be held on August 20th typically held on the 3rd Sunday of every August.   This year’s WHD will start at 12pm and will continue till 4pm afternoon. The price of the entrance for the American Helicopter Museum and Education Center is $10 US for adults and $8 US for children.  The WHD Officials believe that the Museum is the prime location to host the event as it goes hand in hand with the message that they wish to portray.


This World helicopter day was initially created to teach and help people understand the importance that helicopters partake in society on a daily basis. Not only the importance of helicopters but, the diversity of the engineers that the helicopter industry has designing and supporting them.
Helicopters have begun to make land/ sea law enforcement, rescue, medical transportation, tourist and many more entities more efficient in what they do. Many of these types of personalle and industry helicopters will be present and ready for presentation during the WHD.
The event being held at the American Helicopter Museum and Education Center will be one of the many that will be participating worldwide along as other places such as Australia, Canada Europe, Hong Kong, and South Africa. This event is the perfect place to become more informed in aviation, helicopter industry, and becoming some one that works with them.
For a better notion onto what this event could do for you visit their website www.worldhelicopterday.com or search for #worldhelicopterday on your favorite social media.

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One of the main factor that cause for helicopters to be loud and shake is due to the rotor piece. The rotor piece is the piece allows for the proper functioning propellers. Airbus Germany has been able to capitalize on their idea of enhanced rotors to be albe to reduce the noise of the rotor along with the turbulence feeling upon launching. The companies that are involved with the innovations are German Aerospace Centre (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR with the help of Airbus Helicopters Deutschland. Both companies have joined forces to build a simulation with a 5-winged prototype in a handmade wind tunnel. This tunnel was their tool to be able to measure the difference from regular rotors to their newly enhanced creation. The Tunnel technology is known as SKAT (Scalability and risk minimization of technology).


Their solution for their enhanced wing performance they have developed the “fixed wing.” This wing will allow for the entire aircraft to be able to take off vertically and stay in a stationary position. The Active rotor will enhance many aspects on enhancing its ability to increase the ,” source of the lifting force and propulsion on the helicopter, also creates a series of aeroelastic and aeroacoustic problems such as high levels of vibration and the generation of a great deal of noise. While vibrations generally have a negative impact on passenger comfort and the durability of components, the rotor noise plays a particularly key role in landing approaches over populated areas.

During simualtions in the tunnel the noise with the fixed wing reduced the noise by 3 decibels. The top speed the helicopter was able to hit was 270 kilometers ( 167.8 ).
This latest innovation is the beginning of great things to come for both companies and their journey to create silent aircrafts. 

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Cirrus Aircraft has announced that they have chosen Lufthansa Aviation Training for Airline Pilot Training Program. The flight training program operated by Lufthansa Airlines selected the technologically-advanced SR20 for its primary training fleet.25 aircrafts has been ordered by Lufthansa Aviation Training to lead its ab-initio, MPL and other flight training programs in Goodyear, Arizona.The SR20 aircraft will be used to train pilots from many of the world’s premier airlines, including Lufthansa Airlines, Swiss Air, Austrian Airlines, Eurowings, All Nippon Airways (ANA), KLM as well as the German Air Force. The association with Lufthansa Aviation Training marks another milestone where Cirrus Aircraft has been chosen by a foremost global pilot training program to prepare students to fly tomorrow’s commercial airliners.Todd Simmons, President, Customer Experience at Cirrus Aircraft stated, “Cirrus Aircraft congratulates Lufthansa Aviation Training and is proud to be its partner in producing world-class airline pilots for years to come.


Those benefits are amplified in the airline pilot training environment as the Cirrus SR series solution offers competitive advantages of advanced navigation and safety systems similar to the systems these new pilots will use in the airlines’ larger aircraft.”
The fleet are designed to be the industry-leading training platform that’s also easy to fly. The technologically-advanced Cirrus SR series comes with an impressive list of features and capabilities. The unified Cirrus Perspective by Garmin flight deck includes two large flight displays, a Flight Management System (FMS) keypad controller, an Electronic Stability and Protection system, also an integrated engine indication and crew alerting/warning systems. All the features found on today’s advanced airliners.

With an essential fleet of 25 Cirrus aircraft there are many aviation parts that need to be ordered. The leading distributer for all aviation needs is Aerospace Unlimited. They can provide all aviation and computer parts to companies all around the globe. You can order from them online at www.aerospaceunlimited or call 24 hours a day 7 days a week. You can order in office, at the job site or even the comfort of your own home. With Aerospace Unlimited you get the right parts for the job with first class service.


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XTI Aircraft company has switched to the hybrid-electric drive for its planned TriFan 600 ducted-fan, vertical take-off, and landing business aircraft. When companies make these changes, it is important information for us at ASAP Semi to be knowledgeable of the industries involved.

XTI has collaborated with Denver, Colorado-based company Bye Aerospace to advance the new system. This new system will make things faster and the software will run smooth. The TriFan 600’s Honeywell HTS900 twin-turboshaft engines, gearboxes, and driveshaft will be replaced with a turbine-driven generator, batteries, and motor. These battery upgrades allow the engine to run at its full potential always because it gives the right amps and takes a long time for it to die. XTI chief executive Robert LaBelle says the new advanced drive will reduce the weight and cost of manufacture the aircraft. “Our first prototype will be a full-size TriFan 600, instead of the 65% sub-scale version [that was originally planned],” adds La Belle, who replaced former chief Jeff Pino. These upgrades allow the engine to be at the top of all competition.


The program is being funded by XTI founder and managing director David Brody, crowdfunding stakeholders and private equity investors. Many problems that companies face when doing new projects is the lack of money because many things in this industry go wrong and it’s not cheap to fix. Illustrated as “having the speed, range and comfort of a business jet with the ability to take-off and land vertically, like a helicopter”. The TriFan 600 is a six-seat, aircraft with fly-by-wire controls, and two ducted wing-fans. Its wing-fans are constructed to tilt to achieve forward flight, with a projected cruise speed of 330kt (650km/h) and range of more than 1,500nm (2,780km).

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Satellite communications provider Global-IP Cayman has contracted Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) to launch its GiSAT-1 communication satellite. The first satellite by Global-IP Cayman, GiSAT-1 is an upgrade satellite (HTS) with quantity of 150Gbps and a mission life of 15 years. The HTS, which is currently being built by American multinational corporation Boeing company, is scheduled to launched late next year aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. launched into its trajectory for geostationary orbit off the west coast of Africa. Once the satellite is launched it is anticipated to broaden cost-effective internet services such as digital broadcast, media and other communications services across Sub-Saharan Africa.


Appointed with a new digital payload, GiSAT-1 will be designed to cover 35 countries and 750 million people. Global-IP Cayman co-founder Emil Youssefzadeh responded, “Our agreement with SpaceX marks the completion of another major milestone towards getting our innovative service platform operational to serve a growing market with lagging Internet penetration.” The company presently has operations in California, US, and Dubai, UAE. Last month, SpaceX launched the SES-10 satellite into space aboard its flight-proven Falcon 9 rocket. The satellite is equipped with Ku-band payload of 55 36MHz transponder equivalents, of which 27 are incremental. It is owned by satellite operator SES. The SES-10 will provide an enterprise, direct-to-home broadcasting, and mobility services to Latin America.

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Harris has been awarded a grant from the University to join in the development of new unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). Harris corp. aircraft products have a history in manned aircraft traffic management and those principals will now be applied to unmanned systems. This grant trails a similar research program where Harris and the University of North Dakota were developing UAS detect-and-avoid technology. It seems that the previous grant was a success since the team is continuing to work together and advancing to the next logical step.


According to Harris and the University of North Dakota, the unmanned aircraft systems could be very important resource saving technology in commercial industries such as power, railroad, and farms. Potential users are already taking interest and volunteering for test scenarios. Finding a downed powerline can be a very costly when there are miles of cable in unobserved areas. The idea of deploying a drone to find the downed power line seems like a great one, and it is, but there are huge hurdles when it comes to deploying an unmanned aircraft, especially when it is beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS).

The most basic drones are considered VLOS or visual line of sight. This means they never leave sight of the operator. They are limited to 300m vertically and 500m horizontally. Next comes extended visual line of sight (EVLOS) drones. These must be controlled by advanced flight crew and operations must be approved by CASA. These are only limited by remote observation and can theoretically be unrestricted in distance with enough observers. Lastly comes the BVLOS drones which is where Harris and the University of North Dakota are focusing. BVLOS drones require detect and avoid technology to sense other aircraft and immediately move away. These have the most utility capabilities but are the hardest to develop. The University and Harris are working hard to bring UAS detect-and-avoid technology to the commercial market.

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The Polish government has placed a very significant order with Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. for two business jet aircrafts.  The Polish intent to use these new bound aircrafts for extremely high class duties and “VIP transport missions. The proposed aircrafts for the government are a pair of G550 aircrafts that are manufactured with a large cabin and adequately seat for long range expeditions.  The G550 also known as GV-SP has been in the market since the year 2004 when it was introduced. Most of the G550 series aircrafts have been equipped with the Honeywell Advanced Flight Deck Display that is put into place for the flight crew.  A huge adjustment from the G500 series which include an enhancement on with a more of an aerodynamical shape and a upgraded engine.


The project has been spilt in to different waves due to the immense caliber of work that needs to be done to complete the aircrafts. The commencing stage for the G550 aircrafts ended at the Gulfstream facility on January 5th. Quickly after the completion of the first stage of the production the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) granted Gulfstream a fully certified type certificate that proves them to full fil the “technical standards for business aviation.” Said to be delivered to the Polish in the year 2017 and will automatically be sent to the countries air force. The countries air force has been in need of a VIP transporter.

 The hunt to replace the Tupolev Tu-154 transport aircraft has come to an end as they finalize the transaction with Gulfstream since the crash of 2010. The devastating crash sadly killed many including their president at the time, Lech Kaczynski. The country experienced such a tragic episode and wishes to redeem themselves with the purchase of these new innovative aircrafts.
 
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Privately owned Chinese carrier Juneyao Airlines has just announced today that they have finalized an order for five 787-9 Dreamliners with Boeing world's largest aerospace company worth an estimated $1.32 billion dollar at the current list prices. This marks the first order for Boeing from Juneyao and includes an option for five additional 787-9 Dreamliners should the carrier choose to exercise it. Chairman of Juneyao Airlines, Wang Junjin believes that today’s order is the first step in developing their carrier and continuing the excellent relationship with Boeing. Found in 2005 with operations starting 2006, Juneyao Airlines currently operates both domestic and short-haul international flights.


One of China’s largest private carriers, Juneyao offers routes to neighboring countries such as Thailand, Japan and South Korea with plans on the docks to open up new routes to Europe, Australia and North America by 2020. Rick Anderson, Vice president of Sales for Northeast Asia, Boeing Commercial Airplanes emphatically stated that this order is an undeniable endorsement of Juneyao’s supreme confidence in Boeing by making it their first choice to start widebody operations. The 787-9 Dreamliners are expected to keep the carrier competitive in these challenging times. With unmatched fuel efficiency and increased capacity, the 878-9 Dreamliner will provide unprecedented value to all of its customer allowing them to remain competitive.  

Here at Aerospace Unlimited, we have a dedicated and expansive array of Boeing products. We are your one-stop shop and go destination for a  simplified sourcing solution. ASAP will  ensure that our consumers’ needs are addressed with speed and efficiency while offering cost-effective solutions therefore improving our your negotiation power and overall revenues. If you are interested in a quote, please don’t hesitate to contact our friendly sales staff at https://www.aerospaceunlimited.com/ call us at toll free at +1-412-212-0606.

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As we all know the new president of the United States is a very successful business man and has generated a lot of money and built an empire in his career. When President Trump was elected for president he was looking at important aspects of American economy, and a very important part of American expenses goes to the Military, Navy and Air Force. Having said that; billions of dollars are being spent annually to ensure that the American army can stay a super power and is ready for anything. The most recent negotiation deal was between the American government and Lockheed Martin where the US Department of Defense is ordering 90 Jets, F-35 Fighter Jets, for approximately $8.5 billion which brings the price of each aircraft down to $95 million from the previous $102 million thanks to president Trump where he is working on finding more cost effective strategies in order to save money for the American economy.


 The way the president sees it is that bringing the cost down is  great way to keep the American defense system strong and at the same time save lots of money in the process. In the end of the day this money belongs to the American people and can be used in various avenues that will benefit the entire country. Aircraft parts can be built at cheaper prices if Lockheed Martin can be smart about their costs. Lockheed Martin is the primary contractor but they are working with several different manufacturers in order to bring down the cost.

ASAP Semiconductor is a competitive supplier and distributor of aircraft parts that is looking to find solutions to all our customers worldwide. In our efforts to stay competitive we have created a platform, Aerospace Unlimited, to make finding parts easier. Aerospace Unlimited provides all types of aircraft parts for aviation industry. If you would like to request pricing and availability then send us a request for quote online at aerospaceunlimited.com with your part number and quantity needed and you shall receive a quote shortly after. Also, if you want to contact us via email then you can send your request to sales@aerospaceunlimited.com and a sales representative will be contacting you shortly, or you can call us at +1-412-212-0606 to speak with one.


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MH-139 helicopter is in competition to replace the U.S. Air Force’s UH-1N “Huey” fleet, according to Boeing revealing statement. In this industry of aerospace, upgrades and replacements happen daily. This is beneficial for us at ASAP Semi because it allows to be ahead of the game and stock up on new releases.  The UH-1N helicopter is responsible for protecting intercontinental ballistic missiles and transports U.S. government and security forces. At the Air Force Association Air Warfare Symposium, Boeing’s responded to the Air Force, stating that the Northeast Philadelphia-built aircraft was built to meet the U.S. Air Force requirements. Boeing also mentioned within their response that the aircraft offers more than $1 billion in assets and a lifespan expense savings compared to the competitor aircraft. Boeings response is based on the market-leading Leonardo Helicopters AW139, a modern, non-developmental, multi-mission helicopter. Boeing is a leader in the industry with many airplanes and connections to parts. Here at ASAP Semi we have a great relationship with Boeing because we do lots of business together, which allows us to get discounted pricing and inside scoop on upcoming events.


The U.S. Air Force UH-1N Replacement Program plots to replace the current Huey fleet, which entered service in the 1970s. The replacement plot has up to 84 new helicopters. Approximately 900 AW139s are in service with more than 250 governments, militaries and companies across the world. More than 250 of the helicopters have been assembled and delivered from Philadelphia.

When replacements come out and a certain customer is changing what they fly or begin to produce many aircrafts for a project, we try to find this information out before the project. This information can help us predict what parts will be needed, so that we can stock up on them and give them the best pricing possible.  Also, another thing that is important to these customers is deadlines, so here at ASAP Semi we try to focus on always being on time. So if you are even going to begin a new project or make some upgrades, let ASAP Semi know so we can get you the best service out there.


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Airbus leading aircraft manufacturer has been conducting low-speed take-off tests with one of the Airbus A350-1000 evolutionary aircraft as it heads towards certification later this year. The first of three Airbus A350-1000 test aircraft (MSN59) has a tail bumper installed, enabling its rear fuselage to be dragged along the runway in trials to establish VMU minimum unstick speeds.


The tests took place in early March at Istres in southern France, to help verify slat and flap settings and performance criteria. They are working towards certification of the Airbus A350-1000 this year, to clear the way for deliveries of the stretched A350 cognate to begin in the second half of 2017, with Qatar Airways as the first beneficiary. The flight-test trials involve a trio of Rolls-Royce Trent XWB-97 powered A350-1000s.The third test aircraft (MSN71) recently returned from cold-weather trials in Iqaluit, Canada, where it was divulged to temperatures as low as -37°C during an overnight cold soak. The aircraft afterwards began high-altitude take-off and landing tests at La Paz airport in Bolivia.

Aerospace Unlimited is the leading distributer of aircraft parts from well-known manufacturers all around the globe. It is Aerospace Unlimited goal to provide all your aircraft parts needs wherever you are around the world. To make endless possibilities like the Airbus A350-1000.


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