12.05.2008
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2008-05-11 - News in briefNews in Brief

Kurzmeldungen<br /> +++<br /> Boeing and the Government of Iraq announced an order for 30 Boeing 737-800 commercial airplanes, the first step in re-establishing that country's scheduled commercial aviation operations.

Iraq has also contracted options for 10 additional 737s. Valued at $2.2 billion at current list prices, the order was previously accounted for on Boeing's Orders & Deliveries Web site attributed to an unidentified customer. In addition, Iraq and Boeing are finalizing an agreement for 10 Boeing 787 Dreamliners, which will allow an Iraqi national airline to provide longer-range commercial service. The 787s will be added to Boeing's order book when the contract is completed.
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Following a successful launch on 27 April, GIOVE-B began transmitting navigation signals today 7th of May. This is a truly historic step for satellite navigation since GIOVE-B is now, for the first time, transmitting the GPS-Galileo common signal using a specific optimised waveform, MBOC (multiplexed binary offset carrier), in accordance with the agreement drawn up in July 2007 by the EU and the US for their respective systems, Galileo and the future GPS III. These GIOVE B signals, locked on-board to a highly stable Passive Hydrogen Maser clock, will provide higher accuracy in challenging environments where multipath and interference are present, and deeper penetration for indoor navigation. It demonstrates that Galileo and GPS are truly compatible and interoperable and that positioning services will benefit all users worldwide.
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Gate Gourmet, the world's largest independent airline catering and logistics provider and a member of gategroup, has agreed to purchase airline catering units in five cities from Air Berlin and SCK Sky Catering Kitchen GmbH. In addition, Air Berlin, Germany's second largest airline and the third largest carrier in the European leisure market, has agreed to a new long-term catering contract with Gate Gourmet in Germany and the rest of Europe. The flight kitchens included in the transaction are located at Dusseldorf, Cologne/Bonn, Munster/Osnabruck, Leipzig/Halle and Paderborn. The five facilities serve approximately 18,000 flights total a year, with Dusseldorf the largest single unit at approximately 10,000 flights annually. The five-city operation, which is formally named SCK DUS GmbH & Co KG Dusseldorf, is a joint venture between Air Berlin and SCK Sky Catering Kitchen GmbH Bordverpflegung & Co Service KG, Ulm. SCK Sky Catering Kitchen GmbH Bordverpflegung & Co Service KG, Ulm continues to operate its facilities in several other German cities.
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Cessna completed the first flight of the first production model SkyCatcher May 1, about eight weeks after the first prototype SkyCatcher flew. The 30-minute SkyCatcher flight departed Cessna Aircraft Field Airport adjacent to McConnell Air Force Base and consisted of flight maneuvers evaluating the controllability and stability of the aircraft. The SkyCatcher, flown by Cessna Engineering Test Pilot Dale Bleakney, returned to Cessna Field (KCEA) as scheduled where it will continue development testing. In addition to having two aircraft in the test program, Cessna is set to begin static and fatigue testing on a separate airframe in mid-May. Cessna plans to produce three airframes prior to commencing normal production: a prototype, the first production model, and an ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) test article that Cessna's engineering team will build in the development phase of the SkyCatcher program. All engineering work and testing of the 162 will be completed in Wichita. The aluminum aircraft is planned to meet all ASTM standards for light sport aircraft.
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NASA has signed a $39.5 million contract modification with Lockheed Martin Space Systems, New Orleans, to implement an external tank program employee retention plan. Incentives are being provided to eligible external tank personnel to ensure mission success and construction of the remaining external tanks to support Space Shuttle Program requirements through September 2010. Retention of the knowledgeable and skilled external tank workforce is necessary to produce the remaining shuttle hardware and safely execute all remaining contract requirements. This modification supports the agency's priorities of safely flying the space shuttle and completing construction of the International Space Station. The contract will end September 30, 2010. This modification brings the total value of the contract, awarded in October 2000, to $2.967 billion. The contract calls for the delivery of 18 external tanks to NASA. Eleven tanks remain to be delivered.
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Embraer delivered the first EMBRAER 190 jet to Swiss carrier Flybaboo S.A., April 30. The Geneva-based airline, which previously flew a dedicated turboprop fleet, will begin operating the EMBRAER 190 in 2008 under a leasing agreement with M1 Travel Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Lebanon's M1 Group. The EMBRAER 190s leased to Flybaboo will support the airline's current network and also enable it to expand to new destinations. Flybaboo has selected the steep approach option for its E-Jet, allowing the airline to operate out of London City Airport, as well as key existing destinations at Lugano, in Switzerland, and Florence Vespucci, in Italy, downtown airports, all with short runways.
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Lufthansa Cargo, AiRUnion and Krasnojarsk Airport signed a "Memorandum of Understanding" about a strategic cooperation. In the document it is agreed that the signatories will together create all operational and commercial prerequisites, in order that Lufthansa Cargo can make use of the Siberian airport in Krasnojarsk as a stop-over point for its flights to and from Asia. Krasnojarsk Airport and the service companies operating there, have promised to implement corresponding measures and to make the necessary investments. The measures to be implemented include, among other things, the up-grading of the instrument landing system to the so-called ICAO category II, which makes trouble-free use of the airport possible even in adverse weather conditions. This modernization should be completed and officially certified by the end of 2008. Within the following five months all further preparatory work should be completed, so that Lufthansa Cargo will then start regular flight operations via Krasnojarsk. Lufthansa Cargo will already make several flights to the Siberian airport in June 2008 for test purposes.
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Lufthansa Technik AG is to provide component support for the Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 fleet operated by prestigious Croatia Airlines, with immediate effect. The corresponding agreement has just been signed in Zagreb. This is the first time Lufthansa Technik provides equipment and component support for this successful twin-engine regional airliner. The aircraft will be serviced at Croatia Airlines's Zagreb base, while component repairs will be carried out in Lufthansa Technik in Hamburg, where the shops have been adapted to handle the respective work. The Croatia Airlines fleet at present comprises four Bombardier Dash 8 Q400s, and two further airliners of the same type are shortly to be added. This new model adds to the list of regional airliners for which Lufthansa Technik provides competent technical support. It already supplies component support for Embraer's ERJ135 and ERJ145 regional jets and, more recently, also for the E-Jet family. It also supports Bombardier regional jets of the CRJ100, 200, 700, 900 and 1000 series in collaboration with Lufthansa CityLine.
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Under the designation D-SIM-NG, Diamond Simulation has developed a new generation of their flight simulators for Diamond aircraft which are being brought to market. The new proprietary P2/P3 software is even more powerful and enhances the original Garmin G1000 glass cockpit already integrated in the simulator. The Tropos 1000 visual system developed by CAE (see www.cae.com )meets all Full Flight Simulator requirements valid for airline pilot training. The visual system is complemented by True Environment, CAE's ATC simulation program, by means of which radio communication between air traffic controllers and pilots both on the ground and in flight can be simulated very realistically. This program will be available in the fourth quarter of 2008. In the course of these new developments the design of the entire simulator equipment and the Instructor Operating Station (IOS) have been improved and adapted to ergonomic requirements. The IOS now features intuitive touch-screen functionality and meets Full Flight Simulator standards as well.
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Mercury Air Group, Inc., the U.S. based global leader in aviation services, has started flight operations at the Royal Terminal, Kuwait, the largest private aviation terminal in the Middle East, located at Kuwait International Airport. The facility is owned by Royal Aviation Kuwait Designed and constructed by Mott MacDonald Group of London, England and Gulf Consult of Saudi Arabia, the Royal Terminal has more than 100,000 sq. ft. (10,000 sq. meters) on three levels and incorporates an ultra-modern design blending aerodynamic architectural features with panoramic glass vistas. Lead designer, Mott MacDonald Group brings more than 100 years of experience in transportation engineering and design with projects in 140 countries. The world-class Royal Terminal of Royal Aviation Kuwait is a $42 Million Fixed Base Operation (FBO) that includes many amenities found only in the world's most lavish hotels. It includes upscale boutiques and couture shops, a five-star restaurant and various lounges to accommodate the needs of commercial and VIP customers as well as heads of state. The shops and restaurant are scheduled to open later this summer. "Mercury Air Group has looked forward to operating this magnificent facility and offering our brand of unparalleled aviation services that promises discriminating comfort, security, safety and exacting service," said Joseph A. Czyzyk, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer for Mercury Air Group. "Anyone traveling to Kuwait will find the Royal Terminal to be the crowning jewel in the FBO service industry. It's an impressive yet functional facility that not only raises the bar in the Middle East, but also sets a new world standard for meeting the needs of business aviation customers."
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A significant milestone was reached more than two years ahead of schedule on Thursday with the beginning of the 24th MQ-1 Predator combat air patrol in the Global War on Terror. This CAP doubles the 24/7/365 Predator capability of last year two years ahead of the Department of Defense goal of 2010 for 21 Predator CAPs. Predators now supply more than 13,400 hours of full motion video to ground forces every month while conducting armed over-watch, force protection and precision air-to-surface engagements with the AGM-114 Hellfire missile. "The Predator teams have just been doing unbelievable work down there (International Zone) and in Baghdad as well," said Army Gen. David H. Petraeus, commander of Multinational Force Iraq, recently. "And, I think there's some path-breaking work on going here." Sustaining one 24/7/365 CAP typically calls for four aircraft, but for surge operations, the Air Force is now maintaining 24 continuous CAPs with the total fleet of 76 combat aircraft.
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Boeing delivered Europe's first two Next-Generation 737-900ER (Extended Range) airplanes to GE Commercial Aviation Services (GECAS) and its leasing customer, Spanish carrier Futura International Airways, based in Palma de Mallorca. "We are very satisfied to take delivery of the first Next-Generation 737-900ER for Europe through our lessor GECAS," said Román Pané, CEO of Futura. "Our experience in operating the 737 will be expanded with this new aircraft model, allowing us the longest range possible for our international fleet."
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The German rocket motor subsidiary of European missile systems group MBDA, Bayern-Chemie GmbH, completed the sale of its subsidiary Protac SA to Roxel, a jointly owned company of MBDA (50%) and SNPE (50%). The Protac sale follows on from MBDA's acquisition of Bayern-Chemie in August 2007 and marks a further step towards the rationalisation of the European propulsion industry and provides an opportunity for the development and expansion of both Roxel and Protac by bringing together complementary technical competencies and skills. Protac, which has an annual turnover of €28 million and 90 employees at its site at La Ferté Saint-Aubin, 100 miles south of Paris, develops and produces rocket motors and solid propellant rockets. In particular, the company specialises in complex metallic structures, thermal insulations, laser welding and pyrotechnics for civil applications and conducts research for customers such as MBDA, Thales, Airbus, Snecma and the French Ministry of Defence.
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Following a series of successful reliability characterization tests, Lockheed Martin received U.S. Government approval to continue development and production of the Joint Air-To-Surface Standoff Missile (JASSM). During the recent tests, the stealthy standoff cruise missile demonstrated its capabilities across a wide variety of targets - including hardened, underground bunkers and air defense systems. "Thanks to the leadership of Secretary Young and Secretary Payton and their commitment to candid communication with the industry team, we have successfully demonstrated JASSM's reliability and validated the need for the world's first stealthy, standoff cruise missile," said Chris Kubasik, executive vice president for Lockheed Martin Electronic Systems. "As a result of this effective government-industry collaboration,U.S. and allied Warfighters will have access to a weapon that will allow them to neutralize an enemy's defenses and defense infrastructure in an anti-access environment." Recertification allows JASSM Lot 7 production to proceed at the company's award winning manufacturing facility in Troy, AL. The Air Force-Lockheed Martin team will produce a weapon that remains extremely cost-effective for the nation's taxpayers, particularly when its unique capabilities are taken into account.
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Raytheon and Emirates Advanced Investments of the United Arab Emirates have signed a cooperative development agreement for a semiactive laser guided 70 mm (2.75-inch) rocket designed to provide increased precision and lethality compared with conventional unguided rockets. "The Laser Guided Rocket project with Raytheon is a very important defense industry initiative for the United Arab Emirates," said Hussain I. Al Hammadi, Emirates Advanced Investments' chief executive officer. "This program represents a hands-on development effort for our engineers that will provide future benefits for the armed forces of both our countries. It is designed to destroy targets ranging from tactical armored vehicles to high-speed naval craft and will provide a very affordable precision weapon for attack helicopters." Under the cooperative development agreement, the Laser Guided Rocket program represents a transfer of technology to the United Arab Emirates. Subject to approval of the respective companies' governments, Raytheon Missile Systems and Emirates Advanced Investments will produce the laser guided rocket for national and international customers.
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CAE and Bombardier Aerospace are expanding their 20-year Authorized Training Provider agreement to include Learjet 40/40 XR and Learjet 45/45 XR aircraft for European customers. The original agreement announced in June 2007 named CAE as Bombardier's Authorized Training Provider to provide pilot and technical training for Global Express, Global 5000, Global Express XRS, and Challenger 300 aircraft. To address growing demand, CAE will build and deploy a new Learjet 40/40 XR and Learjet 45/45 XR aircraft full-flight simulator (FFS) to the CAE Burgess Hill Training Centre in the U.K. and a Challenger 300 aircraft FFS in Europe (exact location to be determined) in the fall of 2009. This marks the first time that training programs for these aircraft types will be available in Europe, and will augment Bombardier's existing training capability.
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In the first quarter of fiscal year 2008, the Fraport Group's operating results (EBITDA or earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization) rose by 1.1 percent to EUR115.4 million, although Group revenue of EUR528.2 million fell 5.9 percent short of the previous year's level. Revenue development was curbed by the previous year's special effect from the finance lease with the Airrail Center Frankfurt. Adjusted for this effect, sales revenue increased by 4.9 percent. Group profit dropped 32.9 percent below the comparable period in 2007 to EUR24.5 million. Together, the Fraport Group's airports (including minority-owned airports and those operated under management contract) welcomed approximately 26.8 million passengers, 7.3 percent more than in the first quarter of 2007. Within this figure, Fraport's majority-owned airports (Frankfurt, Frankfurt-Hahn, Lima, Antalya, Burgas and Varna) accounted for 16.1 million passengers (up 4.4 percent). The 5.9 percent decline in sales revenue to EUR528.2 million was mainly due to revenue of EUR57.6 million generated in the previous year by the Airrail Center finance lease, which was set off by costs in the same amount. Higher revenue at Frankfurt Airport in the first quarter of 2008 was primarily achieved in the Retail & Properties segment. Because our Lima investment has been fully consolidated for the first-time since August 2007, Lima Airport, in particular, contributed to rising sales figures (up EUR21.8 million). Other income remained unchanged compared to the previous year.
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Boeing and Asiana Airlines have completed an order for two 777-200ERs (Extended Range). The order is valued at $438 million at list prices. The South Korean airline holds rights to substitute the larger 777-300ER which features increased payload and range capability, if needed, in the future. Asiana currently operates 40 Boeing airplanes including nine Boeing 777s.
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ORBCOMM, a leading global satellite data communications company providing two-way Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications, announced that it has signed a next generation satellite constellation contract with Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) to build 18 new ORBCOMM Generation 2 (OG2) satellites with an option to purchase up to 30 additional OG2 satellites to augment and upgrade ORBCOMM's existing satellite constellation. As Prime Contractor, SNC has formed an experienced integrated space team with unique and established space heritage, resources and performance records, including Boeing Intelligence and Security Systems (I&SS), ITT Space Systems and MicroSat Systems. The integrated space team also includes several other key subcontractors and industry leaders with unparalleled experience in both the design and construction of complex communications systems and satellites. SNC, Boeing and ITT will provide oversight, systems engineering, technical management, integration and mission assurance functions to assure the successful performance of the OG2 program. MicroSat Systems (MSI), a wholly owned subsidiary of SNC, will leverage its award winning experience on the TacSat-2 mission to design the spacecraft and perform integration and test activities for the OG2 satellites. SNC has 30 days to select from two ORBCOMM-approved payload providers. Each OG2 satellite will be equipped with an enhanced communications payload designed to increase subscriber capacity by up to 12 times over the current ORBCOMM satellites. ORBCOMM customers will be able to transmit data over the OG2 satellites at greater speeds and send larger data packets using future modems. The OG2 satellites will be backward compatible so that existing subscriber communicators will function seamlessly with the OG2 satellites. In addition, all OG2 satellites will be designed with Automatic Identification System (AIS) payloads to receive and report transmissions from AIS-equipped maritime vessels. ORBCOMM intends to market this AIS data to U.S. and international coast guards and government agencies, as well as companies engaged in security or logistics businesses for tracking shipping activities or for other navigational purposes. ORBCOMM anticipates selecting the launch vehicle within 12 months and plans to launch the 18 OG2 satellites in three separate missions of six satellites each between 2010 and 2011, consistent with the FCC authorization recently announced by ORBCOMM. SNC's unique mechanical configuration allows for multiple satellites to be efficiently packaged into several types of launch vehicles, providing ORBCOMM with flexibility in selecting a launch provider. The total contract value for the 18 spacecraft is $117 million. Payments under the contract will begin upon its execution and will extend into the second quarter of 2012, subject to SNC's successful completion of each performance milestone.
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US Army aviation officials unveiled a new Unmanned Aircraft System Center of Excellence during the 25th anniversary of the Army Aviation Branch. In addition to unveiling the new UAS Center for Excellence, the anniversary celebration included a golf scramble, a ball attended by nearly 700 people at Aviators' Landing, senior-leader discussion panels and a "Salute to the Branch" ceremony. The Salute to the Branch included a flyover by aircraft including the OH-58C Kiowa and the UH-1 Huey. The celebration concluded Saturday at Lake Tholocco with the "Thunder on Tholocco" drag boat races. The UAS Center of Excellence, located at the Air Maneuver Battle Lab, was created as a result of an Army decision in June 2005 to consolidate all issues dealing with unmanned aerial vehicles. "This is really a first step," said Maj. Gen. Virgil L. Packett II, U.S. Army Aviation Warfighting Center and Fort Rucker commanding general. He added that bringing the UAS Center of Excellence to Fort Rucker is tied to the Army's joint integration among other branches and how leaders look toward the future.
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The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) announced first quarter shipment and billings figures. Total industry billings were up 16.1 percent to $5.3 billion, an all-time high for the first quarter, while total shipments were down by 7.5 percent. "This past quarter's overall industry billings remain impressive, with the turbine segments showing dramatic increases. The trend of increasing market share occurring outside of North America continues for most manufacturers. It is apparent, however, that current uncertainty in the U.S. economy is having an affect on some of the offerings in the piston spectrum of aircraft," said Pete Bunce, GAMA president and CEO. "Last year, 67 percent of piston deliveries were to the North American market, making this segment the most susceptible to softness in the U.S. economy. However, as worldwide markets continue to expand, we see more capability to insulate manufacturers from the economic dynamics of any one specific region." Piston-powered airplane shipments totaled 399 units compared to 554 units delivered in the first quarter of 2007, a 28.0 percent decrease. Turboprop shipments increased from 79 units in the first quarter last year to 85 units in 2008. Business jet shipments totaled 297 units in the first quarter of 2008, a remarkable 40.8 percent increase over the 211 units delivered in the first quarter of 2007.
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NASA engineers successfully completed the first series of tests in the early development of the J-2X engine that will power the upper stages of the Ares I and Ares V rockets, key components of NASA's Constellation Program. Ares I will launch the Orion spacecraft that will take astronauts to the International Space Station and then to the moon by 2020. The Ares V will carry cargo and components into orbit for trips to the moon and later to Mars. NASA conducted nine tests of heritage J-2 engine components from December to May as part of a series designed to verify heritage J-2 performance data and explore performance boundaries. Engineers at NASA's Stennis Space Center near Bay St. Louis, Miss., conducted the tests on a heritage J-2 "powerpack," which, in a fully assembled engine, pumps liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen into the engine's main combustion chamber to produce thrust. The test hardware consisted of J-2 components used from the Apollo program in the1960s through the X-33 program of the 1990s.
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NASA and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) intend to conduct joint research on sonic boom modeling. Sonic boom modeling is one of the key technologies needed to enable a next generation supersonic aircraft quiet enough that it can fly supersonically over land without significant disturbance to the public. Such a vehicle also could connect Los Angeles and Tokyo in about 5 hours, flying at Mach 2. Through this modeling activity, NASA and JAXA hope to strengthen their collaborative relationship in aeronautics research. NASA and JAXA will explore the possibility of further collaboration in aeronautics research and development, including the field of supersonic transport technology, and possibly including JAXA's Silent Supersonic Technology Demonstration Project.
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An amended STC will enable European operators of King Air 200GTs to modify their aircraft with performance-enhancing Winglet Systems. The FAA granted an STC amendment to BLR Aerospace in April, and EASA approval was granted this week. EASA has already approved certification of the King Air 200 and 300 Winglet Systems. The King Air 200GT incorporates the PT6A-52 engine for increased thermal dynamic power. Winglets are expected to be even more effective on the faster- and higher-flying GTs. The performance improvements are a direct result of an increase in effective wingspan and associated increase in aspect ratio combined with the beneficial impact of the winglet acting as a physical pressure barrier, conserving valuable lift.
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Boeing dedicated a new test and evaluation facility in Huntington Beach, Calif., that provides the technology and capability to support both current and future radar-based weapon systems. The Dynamic Advanced Radar Test (DART) facility represents a $10 million investment for the company.  "DART is a one-stop, full-service facility to support design, development and qualification testing of our most sophisticated radar-based weapons before taking them to the field, where testing can be very costly," said Debra Rub-Zenko, Weapons Programs vice president for Boeing. "This facility is unquestionably a leap forward in our ability to meet the rapidly expanding requirements surrounding test and production of increasingly complex weapon systems."  The DART facility combines two critical test and evaluation activities, nearly doubling the size of the facility and increasing capacity to meet the challenges of evolving threats.
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Lockheed Martin has received a direct commercial sale contract from the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) for Sniper Advanced Targeting Pods (ATP) for the nation's F-16 Block 52 aircraft. The contract, which includes integration, spares, support equipment and integrated logistics support, will expand the RSAF fleet of Sniper ATPs across its F-15 and F-16 aircraft. Contract values were not disclosed. "The RSAF carefully chose Sniper ATP, the world's most advanced targeting pod, for its world class reliability, long-range performance advantages that allow aircrews to complete missions successfully outside threat ranges, as well as its unique capabilities and interoperability within the RSAF fleet," said Marc Nazon, International Programs Manager at Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control. "Sniper ATP offers aircrews precision engagement opportunities while remaining well out of harm's way." With deliveries beginning in 2010, the RSAF will benefit from the Sniper ATP's exceptional stability and superior imagery, which allow aircrews to positively identify targets of interest from extended standoff ranges.  
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According to ANAC, in the international market, TAM registered 24.8% growth in RPK and 19.9% in ASK, compared to April 2007. The company attained market share of 72.4%, representing 2.9 p.p. growth year on year. TAM attained 73.8% load factor, 7.5 p.p. higher than the market average of 66.4%. In the domestic market, TAM registered 0.2% reduction in RPK (demand) compared to the same period last year, and 14.3% increase in domestic ASK (supply). In April, market demand increased 3.8% and market supply increased 18.3%. TAM registered domestic market share (RPK) of 47.1%, a 1.9 p.p. decrease compared to the same period in 2007. TAM's domestic load factor was 66.5%, 0.6 p.p. higher than the market average of 65.9%.
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