F-35 facilities for RAF in Lockheed UK

Lockheed Martin team in the UK is creating facilities in the UK to handle performance of F-35 Lightning 2 aircraft.

When the F-35 fighters arrive in Britain, they are hoping for completion in early or around 2018 is what the completion is scheduled for currently. The Air Force base is to begin sometime this month and will include a maintenance and finish facility, a logistics center and also will have a training center as well.

Cliff Robson, the senior VP of F-35 Lighting at BAE Systems said the construction work at RAF Marham signals the start of an exciting time for the Lockheed Martin team in Britain. The team is ecstatic and is ready to start working the first F-35 jets to arrive to the facility; also the contract shows BAE Systems interest and involvement with the F-35 Lightning program with credentials providing the UK’s military operations.

BAE Systems has a proven pedigree in delivering maintenance and support to the Royal Air Force jets thought bases in the United Kingdom which also includes RAF Marham for the last decade which supports the operations of the tornado GR4 fleet.

The defense team of the United Kingdom is worth around $166.6 million dollars only including their defense team.

On Thursday the defense team announced with the completion of another aft fuselage of the F-35 jet, the fuselage will be delivered to assemble the final line in Fort Worth, Texas.

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US Army Awards Boeing New Apache Upgrade Contract

The Boeing Company recently announced that they have been awarded a new US Army contract worth over $1.5 billion to upgrade their Apache helicopter fleet. Over the course of the next several years, the Army will send 117 of their older Apache Helicopters to Boeing’s Mesa facility to be equipped with modern technology. The Army will use this new contract to bring their entire Apache fleet up to current specs and standards.

Boeing’s Mesa facility is actually quite well known for their work on the Apache upgrade programs, as the facility already has 290 Apaches in their system. By the end of the new US Army contract, Mesa will have upgraded and modernized nearly 700 Apaches.

Despite being introduced nearly 30 years, the Apache Helicopter is still as popular as ever among the US and foreign militaries alike.

Kim Smith, Vice President for Boeing’s Attack Helicopter Programs, had this to say about their ongoing Apache maintenance program.

“With our integrated production, services and training teams, Boeing is able to affordably support the Army through each phase of the Apache’s lifecycle.”

Apache helicopters are one of the most important assets in the US Army, and they have seen action in many different conflicts including Panama, Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Persian Gulf. Its weapons systems features a 30 mm M230 chain gun, AGM-114 Hellfire missiles and Hydra 70 rockets. One of the most unique features of the Apache is its Helmet and Display Sighting System (IHADSS), which allows either the pilot or the gunner to sync their helmet movements with the the M320 chain gun. Modern additions to this system include thermo-optic targeting, high resolution displays, increased surveillance range.

Look for Boeing to make even more upgrades to the Apache fleet in the years to come.

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Dutch Military Awards Boeing $308 Million For Chinooks

The Dutch Military has awarded Boeing the contract for 12 CH-47F Chinook helicopters which has been valued at an estimated $308 million dollars. According to an announcement from the Defense Department, the funding for the helicopters comes as part of amendment to an already existing foreign military sales contract with the country of Netherlands. Work on the Chinooks will be conducted at Boeing’s facility in Ridley Township, Penn. And if recent announcements are to be believed, the deliveries are expected to be fulfilled this month with U.S. Army’s Contracting Command officials overseeing the program.

The Ch-47 Chinook is an American twin-engine, tandem rotor heavy-lift helicopter whose primary roles revolve around battlefield supply, artillery placement and the transport of troops. The CH-47 is among one of the fastest helicopters notching a top speed of 170 knots and also boasts being among one of the heaviest lifters as well.

It was originally designed and produced by Boeing Vertol in the early 60’s and is one of the few aircrafts from that era to still remain in production with over 1200 in action to date. The Chinook has been a staple in many of history’s most iconic wars including the Vietnam War, the Iran Conflict, The Falklands War and the War in Afghanistan/Iraq. Needless to say the Chinook has played a vital role in the various conflicts as an all-purpose passenger/ cargo and transport helicopter for our ally troops as a symbol of disaster relief.

The contract amendment comes just days after the Dutch military reached an agreement with Airbus DS Electronics and border security to supply missile launch detection systems in an effort to better protect F-16 fighters and NH-90 helicopters. The missile launch detection system to be delivered is not subjected to the limitations of previous warning technologies simply because it operates on a solar-blind UV spectrum with the ability to detect small arms fire and utilizes high resolution sensors combined with the processing power to rapidly identify threats. The missile launch detection system will be standard outfit for all F-16 fighters of the Royal Danish Air Force and the Royal Norwegian Air Force.

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AAR Distribute Defense Parts for UTC Aerospace Systems

AAR Corporation, an aviation support company that was founded in 1951 and supplies a wide range of services and products to the government, defense, and aerospace industries, has recently entered into an agreement with UTC Aerospace Systems in order to manage and overlook distribution necessities as well as to support the Japanese military aircraft in Japan by stocking inventory of defense parts. UTC Aerospace Systems serves as one of the world’s biggest suppliers of technologically advanced defense and aerospace products.

"Our number one priority is delighting our customers and meeting their needs as effectively as possible with the best aftermarket solutions and service,"

said the Vice President of Aftermarket for UTC Aerospace System, Ajay Agrawal.

"We are pleased to work with AAR to help meet the critical needs of the Japanese military segment."

Under this multi-year distribution agreement, AAR Corporation will be offering electric systems, environmental and engine controls, as well as propeller and actuation systems which will support military aircraft platforms such as the C-130, F-15, E-2C, as well as AWACS. This deal will significantly strengthen the relationship between AAR Corporation and UTC Aerospace Systems as its inventory and parts support for foreign military customers expands from its current global supply chain. This distribution agreement will be building upon AAR Corporation’s current existing business in the Japanese military segment. AAR Corporation has been selected in recent years as the exclusive supplier of Jet Fuel Starter (JFS) and Auxiliary Power Unit (APS) accessories and parts for specific military aircrafts operation in that region.

“As an independent provider of aviation aftermarket services, relationships with OEMs like UTC Aerospace have become important to our growth strategy and expands the value operators receive as part of our aftermarket support solutions,”

said the Chief Operation Officer at AAR Aviation Services, John Holmes.

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US Army On The Hunt For Replacement UAV Aircraft Engines

This past month, the US Army has officially began its search to find replacement “Block III” engines for its second generation RQ-7B Shadow UAV (RQ-7Bv2) aircraft. The initial RQ-7Bv2 scout planes entered service just last year, but new mission equipment is already weighing down the planes immensely.  To put this extra weight into perspective, the RQ-7B was designed to have an overall takeoff weight of 280 lbs, but after adding all the necessary equipment and mission modifications, the takeoff weight balloons to 460 lbs. This takeoff weight is especially troublesome considering that the US Army will likely make even more changes to the aircraft equipment.

The RQ-7Bv2 is an unmanned aircraft used for a variety of tasks including target acquisition, reconnaissance missions, and surveillance operations. Usually, the RQ-7B is paired with an AH-64 Apache gunship for scouting purposes so as to survey the battlefield without ever sending in a manned aircraft. The latest generation of RQ-7B features a bevy of upgrade compared to its predecessor including a larger wing-span, higher fuel capacity, more aerodynamic design, and improved relay avionics.

All improvements considered, the RQ-7Bv2 has a flight endurance of nearly 9 hours, however, current RQ-78 engines fail too often to be considered reliable. The US Army has addressed this concern on several occasions, and they have expressed that the next set of engines must have a failure rate of no less than once every 1,000 flight hours.

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“This propulsion system shall provide RQ-7Bv2 with a more reliable and lower life cycle cost system. The system shall allow growth in aircraft weight while maintaining performance.”

Over the next two years, the US Army will test two competing engine designs before making their final decision on which company will be awarded the “Block III” engine contract.  Production on the “Block III” engines will likely begin towards the latter part of 2017, and the US Army expects all engines to be completed and installed by 2019.

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Airbus A350 FIDAE Air Show Debut

The Airbus A350-900 is scheduled to make its FIDAE debut as a part of the air show’s flying display.  The huge wide body twin engine plane recently entered service with Brazilian Airline TAM, and the FIDAE air display will only serve to strengthen Air Bus’ reach within South America.  Airbus has seen its fair share of sales success in Latin America, and they believe their latest model will also sell well in the region.

The A350-900 is a wide body jet model with a range of over 8,100 nautical miles and a maximum flight time of up to 19 hours. When compared to its predecessor, the plane is fitted with more spacious seating areas as well as an increased fuel capacity. Each A350-900 features two separate seating configurations: the business class section has 42 lie-flat business class seats arranged in a series of four side by side groups, while the economy class features similar setup with a series of nine side by side groups.

Rafael Alonso, vice-president for Airbus Latin America, had the following to say about marketing the A350 in Latin America

“Latin America has tremendous potential for development of additional long-haul routes, and with the A350 XWB already operating in the region with TAM, we believe it is the most relevant aircraft to debut at FIDAE.”

Although customers in South and Central America have mostly only shown interest in the cheaper narrow body Airbus models, the company believes that market for will expand over the next decade or so.  The entire Central and South American aerospace industry is actually in an economic downturn, but this has not put a damper on Airbus’ prospects for the A350.

“We are seeing airlines respond to the region’s economic crisis very strategically, by reducing capacities and not renewing leasing agreements,”

he says.

“The business models of airlines in our region are working and the consolidation that took place with LAN and TAM and the acquisition of TACA by Avianca have created powerful airline groups with enormous purchasing power.”

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France’s Eyes On Bombardier 415 to Replace Its Conair Turbo Firecat Fire Bombers

Sécurité Civile, the civil defense agency of the French government, will soon need to replace their aging fleet of nine Conair Turbo Firecat fire bombers and have recently considered potentially choosing the new Bombardier 415 Superscooper in order to modernize their fleet. Sécurité Civile’s current existing fleet of Firecat bombers, some of which have served as long as 58 years, were originally converted from Grumman S-2 Trackers; their type certificate is soon to expire in 2020.

Victor Devouge, the aerial division chief of Sécurité Civile, has said that the French government hopes to retire Conair Turbo Firecat fire bombers sometime between 2018 and 2022. This time frame is in line with their aircrafts’ structural life limit 25,000 flight hours, which will call for a two-year type certification extension. As they replace their fleet, France intends on acquiring a multirole aircraft which can deliver greater volumes of water while simultaneously reducing operating costs as well as acquisition costs. In the weeks to come, it is anticipated that an international call will be published for tenders to offer a replacement with wildfire fighting capabilities.

Devouge spoke in Sacramento, California, at the Aerial Firefighting International conventional this week, and suggested that a contract will be awarded in 2017 in order for aircraft deliveries to take place in 2018. France’s firefighting service already operates twelve Superscooper amphibians, as Devogue has expressed disappointment that the production of the 415 has paused due to a lack or orders. The three most recent aircrafts were delivered to Aero-Flite and are capable of scooping up 1,621 GL, or 6140L, in a dozen seconds.

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The Navy Investigates F-18 Issues

The United States Navy’s twin-engine supersonic, multirole combat jet, the F-18 Hornet, has been experiencing issues with its On-Board Oxygen Generation System (OBOGS), as the Navy has been continuously searching for a fix for five years. The system failure, while rare, could potentially kill the aircraft’s pilot due to in-flight oxygen deprivation, consequently costing a pilot’s life as well as potentially destroying a $30 million to $60 million aircraft.

“I’m concerned about the high rate of hypoxia — which is caused by a lack of oxygen — and other physiological events apparently being experienced by the crew members of F-18 aircraft over the past five years,”

said a senior Democrat on the House Armed Services subcommittee for tactical land and air forces, Rep. Niki Tsongas.

Oxygen deprivation can cause the pilot of the aircraft to feel nauseous or dizzy, which could be very dangerous while flying through the sky at hundreds of miles per hour. While Tsongas noted that the F-18s carry backup bottles of oxygen, the emergency supply requires manual intervention in order to be turned on properly. This can be challenging for a pilot already experiencing oxygen deprivation. Also, this auxiliary oxygen supply only contains about 10 minutes’ worth of oxygen, which is hardly enough to get the aircraft back to an aircraft carrier or base in order to land safely.

From May of 2010 through October of 2015, the United States Navy recorded 297 incidents for every variant of the F-18.

“None of the incidents….have resulted in loss or damage of an aircraft,”

said the Navy papers.

“In all but one instance, the pilot made a full recovery from the episode.”

Not much information has been released regarding that one pilot.

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Gogo And Shareco Team Up To Provide Connectivity Solutions

Gogo Inflight Internet announced this week that they have signed an agreement to collaborate with Shareco Technologies to provide connectivity services on commercial aircraft.

This partnership marks Gogo’s first venture into China, and it is also the biggest deal ever announced in the country in terms of in-flight connectivity. Under the terms of the deal, Gogo will also supply features such as in-flight entertainment options to Shareco to install on the aircraft. The companies’ goal is to install the systems onto fifty aircraft within two years.

“We are extremely excited to partner with Shareco to deliver in-flight connectivity to passengers in China,"

said Gogo's president and CEO, Michael Small.

  "2Ku was built on the premise of being able to deliver an experience similar to what passengers experience on the ground all over the world including the Chinese market. Gogo will help assure that Shareco is at the leading edge of in-flight connectivity technology today and in the future."

Gogo and Shareco will begin seeking the required approval to install their technology immediately. Shareco is one of the bigger Chinese providers of in-flight entertainment and connectivity options, supplying domestic and international commercial airlines.

"Shareco is a high-tech company dedicated to building an ecosystem in the cabin that will create unique in-flight experiences which will benefit both airlines and passengers,"

said Pan Yunbin, CEO of Shareco.

"We have been looking for great partners to find the best that can customize in-flight connectivity and in-flight entertainment solutions, as well as other things the passengers may be interested in. We believe that Gogo, as a pioneer in this field, is one of the best at providing these services."

Gogo is a provider of in-flight wifi to airlines such as American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, and many more.

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Bombardier to provide SmartSky 4G LTE-based network on business jets

Over the next few months, Bombardier will work to focus on incorporating the SmartSky 4G LTE network into all of its US based business jet platforms including Challenger, Global, and Learjet aircraft.  SmartSky utilizes a unique air-to-ground network to provide 4G LTE network capabilities to customers throughout the continental US.  The network was developed as a direct response to an industry-wide lack of high-speed internet, and today it is the premier choice for in-flight connectivity.

SmartSky Networks president Ryan Stone said:

"SmartSky 4G is the only in-flight network capable of offering services in which bi-directional high bandwidth and low latency are essential”.

"That includes two-way streaming video or support of new advanced applications optimized to take advantage of ultrafast connectivity."

Additionally, the system will be used in tandem with Bombardier’s existing internet connectivity network known as WAVE.  Bombardier is hoping that the combined power of SmartSky and WAVE will provide users with an unparalleled in-flight network.  The speed of this new combined system will allow users to stream videos, make phone calls, perform video conferences, and surf the web all while aboard a business jet.

Bombardier Business Aircraft services sales and authorized service facilities vice-president Chris Milligan said:

"This is the airborne network experience our customers have been waiting for”.

Bombardier is already underway testing the capabilities of the WAVE system in their experimental test bed, so it is only a matter of time until they also incorporate the SmartSky system into this same testing session.

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