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February28,2000

Asian Aerospace 2000 Daily Coverage: Day 3

AA 2000: More Jostling Over Airbus

The former colleagues at Airbus continue to debate management control in light of EADS and the Bae alliance.
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AA 2000: BAe Systems And Boeing Woo KAI

Another joint hat gets tossed in the ring for a stake in Korean Aerospace Industries.
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AA 2000: New F-16A/B Glass Cockpit From ST Aero

The formidable fighter gets a new lease on life with this advanced avionics upgrade.
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AA 2000: PW/GE Super-Engine Reviewed

The GP7200 is a mighty engine by anyone's standards. And well it should be if it is to power a new generation of "Super" aircraft.
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AA 2000: Greek Government Seeks More Helicopters

Greece wants another brace of helicopters to complement its Apaches.
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AA 2000: Lockheed Martin and KAI Look for Trainer Contracts

Lockeed Martin and Korean Aerospace Industries have renamed the KTX-2 aircraft "the Golden Eagle," and hope the aircraft lands a contract with the USAF for pilot training.
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AA 2000: Boeing Looking at 70-Seat 717

Boeing executives at Asian Aerospace have confirmed that the company is considering jumping into the red-hot regional market.
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AA 2000: Lockheed Martin's Advanced Patriot Wins International Aerospace Industry Award

The Patriot Advanced Capability (PAC-3) Missile, produced by Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control, has been awarded the Aerospace Industry Award 2000 for the Space and Missiles category.
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AA 2000: Airbus Plans 100 Jet Sales in Asia

Sales chief John Leahy presents a bullish forecast on the region - and for the A3XX.
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AA 2000: Dragonair Buys 10 More Airbus Jets

As AWN reported yesterday, the Hong Kong-based carrier made official its plan to expand its all-Airbus fleet.
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AA 2000: Qantas Leases British Airways 767s

Qantas confirms it will lease the nearly new 767-300s from fellow oneworld partner BA.
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AA 2000: New Missile System Unveiled

Matra unveils a new all-weather vertical launch defense system.
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AA 2000: Fairchild Predicts the End of Turboprops

Fairchild pegs its future on the regional jet, and is mulling an even larger version of up to 120 seats.
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AA 2000: Orders Begin at Asian Aerospace 2000

Regional jets take center stage in Singapore as the show kicks off. Plus an update on other orders in the offing.
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AA 2000: Rolls-Royce, Airbus Dispute Trent 500 Problems

The two dismiss claims that engine problems are causing range concerns for the A340-500.
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AA 2000: GE Bullish on 777X Engine

The latest on the much-anticipated GE-90-115B, the controversial exclusive powerplant for the 777X program.
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AA 2000: SIA's Next Move

SIA takes first step toward the creation of a globally competitive Australasian airline group with an offer to buy 25% of Air New Zealand.
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