It All About, Paris?
At the show's end, the two public days will bring hordes of aerospace
enthusiasts to pour over exhibits, squint to watch aerobatics and pick up
every sq. centimeter of literature to be found. But what did the industry
find at this year's Air Show? A heavyweight prize fight.
Headlines At Paris
Pratt & Whitney Claims
Power On A330 TAM Order
To operate new long-range
routes, TAM airlines of Brazil selects Pratt & Whitney engines for yet
another new aircraft order for Airbus.
Launch Customer For 328JET
What the world needs now
is a 32-seat regional jet. Well, okay, maybe not everybody; just certain
Arianespace Announces New
Arianespace continues to claim it's
the premier launch service in the world, but doesn't refute ILS reports
that Arianespace's market share is shrinking.
The Master of Ayres Corporation
Some companies are sleepers. They have a great idea that's just
waiting to catch the world's attention. Witness Ayres Corporation, home
of the Loadmaster.
Teal Group/Arran Aerospace
Independent Study Reveals $2.7-Billion Military Piston Trainer Market
Studies show there are thousands of piston single trainers in
worldwide military inventories today, have these planes outlived their usefulness
or is it time for the big airport in the sky?
Briefs At Paris
A few lasting images from