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Aerojet Rocketdyne, a subsidiary of Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings, Inc., announced that assembly and testing of its AR1 advanced liquid rocket engine will take place at NASA’ s Stennis Space Center in Mississippi. As a result, the company is expanding its Center of Excellence for Large Liquid Rocket Engine Assembly and Test there. The AR1 is being developed to support the country’ s mandate to eliminate U.S. reliance on the Russian RD-180 engine for..."/>
Aerojet Rocketdyne Announces Expansion at NASA’s Stennis Space Center in Mississippi
United Technologies Corp., is working to provide pilots the ability to adjust aircraft operations in real time with its latest industry-first– the new OpsInsight™ app. The advanced mobile app is designed to provide real-time aircraft data to a pilot's Apple iPad ® or Windows-based tablet and increase the efficiency of airline crews by bringing pre-flight and in-flight information directly to a..."/>
UTC Aerospace Systems to increase operational efficiency of airline crews with new industry-first mobile app
DXP Enterprises Inc revealed on Saturday that David Patton was elected to its board of directors on July 2016.. The company also said that Patton's term will expire at its next annual shareholder meeting, at which time he will stand for re-election. A partner at Locke Lord LLP and co-chair of the Locke Lord LLP's Energy Practice Group, Patton has almost four decades of experience in various legal aspects of the oil and gas industry, including acquisitions and sales of assets or..."/>
DXP's board of directors elect David Patton as director
Bombardier Commercial Aircraft announced today that its CS300 aircraft has been awarded Type Certification by Transport Canada. Delivery of the first CS300 airliner to airBaltic of Latvia is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2016; the aircraft is currently in production at the C Series production facility in Mirabel, Quebec. The approval follows the CS100 aircraft Type Certification awarded by Transport..."/>
Bombardier CS300 Aircraft Awarded Type Certification by Transport Canada
L-3 Communications announced today that its WESCAM division has received an order from the Finnish Border Guard to provide MX™ -15 electro-optical and infrared imaging systems for installation on a number of Airbus H215 twin-engine helicopters. The newly equipped H215s will support a variety of missions across Finland, including maritime border patrol and search and rescue. System deliveries to Airbus for installation will be completed by June 2017.."/>
L-3’s MX™-15 Electro-Optical and Infrared Surveillance System Selected for the Finnish Border Guard
Nifty mid-cap 100 index hits record high [Mint, New Delhi]
L-3 Communications announced today that its Commercial Training Solutions business will display its L-3 Link UK-built Airbus A350 Flat Panel Trainer at the Farnborough International Airshow for the first time this year. The FPT will be operated by instructors and cadets from L-3 CTC Aviation– demonstrating the capability offered by L-3 CTS, including cadet training, qualified pilot training, and simulation and training centers."/>
L-3 to Demonstrate Training Capabilities With RealitySeven™-Based A350 Flat Panel Trainer at Farnborough
Bombardier Commercial Aircraft announced today that its CS300 aircraft has been awarded Type Certification by Transport Canada. Delivery of the first CS300 airliner to airBaltic of Latvia is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2016; the aircraft is currently in production at the C Series production facility in Mirabel, Quebec. The approval follows the CS100 aircraft Type Certification awarded by Transport..."/>
Bombardier CS300 Aircraft Awarded Type Certification by Transport Canada
L-3 Communications announced today that its Mission Integration division will exhibit for the first time the next generation of its tactical Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance aircraft, known as SPYDR II, at the Farnborough International Airshow. This Smart News Release features multimedia. View the full release here: http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20160711005338/en/."/>
L-3 to Exhibit SPYDR II, the Next-Generation Multi-INT ISR Aircraft, at the Farnborough International Airshow
Spirit AeroSystems Inc. has invested in upgrades to its historic Plant 2 and its Wichita facilities to support growing demand for its products. Spirit builds 70 percent of the 737 structure in Plant 2, including the entire fuselage of the world's best-selling airplane. "We are constantly looking at ways to modernize our factory and support our customer's production needs," said Shawn Campbell, Spirit vice president of the 737 program. ""/>
Spirit AeroSystems Upgrades Historic Plant 2
United Technologies Corp., and Rolls-Royce will join forces to provide comprehensive technical support at Royal Air Force Marham to support F135 engines and the LiftSystems on the U.K.' s F-35B Lightning II aircraft. The two industry-leading engine companies will institute a Performance-Based Logistics approach to sustainment for the propulsion systems. A PBL contracting structure..."/>
Pratt & Whitney, Rolls-Royce Team Up to Provide Comprehensive Support for UK F-35B at RAF Marham

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