Twice is definitely NOT enough... Another Aero-Week means TWICE AS MUCH Aero-News! Airborne now comes to you TWICE a week, Tuesday and Fridays, (with occasional exceptions for special event weeks and associated coverage). Each week, you’ll get your dose of Airborne on Tuesday as well as Friday, allowing us to make the news more timely for you.
A Chinese concern, Superior Aviation Beijing has bought into Hawker Beech in a big way... but NOT the defense side of the company, which will remain separate. Boeing opened the Farnborough Air Show today with news that Air Lease Corporation has placed a firm order for 60 737 Max 8s and 15 Max 9s with an option for an additional 25 aircraft. XCOR, which is developing the Lynx suborbital spacecraft, has confirmed a partial move out of Mojave, CA for Midland, TX. We have ALL this and SO MUCH MORE in this edition of AIRBORNE!
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Don’t forget that we’ll be bringing you live coverage of Oshkosh again this year, with Daily Airborne Programs, Monday through Friday, July 23rd through 27th at 8PM Central Time. We hope you’ll join us.
Airborne 07.10.12 is chock full of info about the half-week period ending Tuesday, July 10th, 2012... Presented by Aero-TV veteran videographer and Airborne Host Ashley Hale, and supported by ANN CEO/Editor-In-Chief Jim Campbell, Chief Videographer Nathan Cremisino, and Aero-Journalists Tom Patton, Glen Moyer, and Will Alibrandi this episode covers:
- HBC Takes on Chinese Investment
- Farnborough Opens w/Boeing vs Airbus
- XCOR Moving HQ To Midland, TX
- Earhart Search Begins Anew
- US Airways / American Merger
- Helicopter Noise Meetings
- AVW-Sailplane Grand Prix
- Dumb Helo Film Makers
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