The Engine Alliance, a 50/50 joint venture of General Electric
and Pratt & Whitney, celebrated completion of its 100th GP7200
engine on Thursday with employees and partners at a ceremony in
New Plant To Be Built To Manufacture Certain 787 Interior
North Charleston, SC is the site Boeing has chosen as the
location for its new 787 Dreamliner interiors fabrication facility.
In addition, Boeing said Thursday it will purchase land from Stone
Mountain Industrial Park Inc. BRPH will design the facility, and
Pattillo Construction will provide construction services.
Anne Arundel Community College Pilot Program Will Expand
Sixteen TSA employees won accolades from the agency and Anne
Arundel Community College (AACC) leaders at a ceremony Thursday
saluting the workers' unique professional development achievement
and an outstanding educational partnership.
Operation, Maintenance, Radar Training All On The Agenda
Twin Commander pilots and owners should get out their 2011
calendars and turn to April. Twin Commander Aircraft has begun
planning for the 10th edition of its highly successful
owner/operator conference, the Twin Commander University.
Company Selected Will Provide "Rapid Access To Space" For
Serving as a contracting agent for the Department of Defense's
Operationally Responsive Space (ORS) Office, NASA has selected
Millennium Engineering and Integration Co., of Arlington, VA, to
receive a contract for Rapid Response Space Works (RRSW).
displayed on charts and approach plates and included in FDC NOTAMs
to alert pilots that segments of either an instrument approach
procedure or a route are not navigable because of either the
absence or unusability of a NAVAID. The pilot can expect to be
provided radar navigational guidance while transiting segments
labeled with this term.
Aero-Linx: United States Hang
Gliding and Paragliding Association
The purpose of the United States Hang Gliding and Paragliding
Association is to promote the growth of sport flying in
foot-launchable soaring aircraft.
"This decision is another significant step toward
creating a solid aerospace presence for future generations to come
in South Carolina. The selected location for our new interiors
facility will provide us with the continued flexibility we need to
leverage our production capability and meet the needs of our 787
Source: Ray Conner, vice president and
general manager, Supply Chain Management and Operations, Boeing