30.11.2007
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2007-09-23 - News in BriefNews in Brief

KURZMELDUNGEN<br /> +++<br /> A Collaboration Agreement was signed between Turkey's aerospace center Turkish Aerospace Industries. (TAI) and TUSAª Engine Industries Inc. (TEI), which designs, develops and manufactures engines for air platforms, on September 11, 2007.

The agreement, inked by TAI General Manager Mr. Muharrem Dörtkaþlý and TEI General Manager Mr. Akýn Duman, intends to provide the maximum local benefit in order to initiate the model for "local platform-local engine." The agreement, which foresees cooperation between the two companies, that will bring their experience in the aerospace field together, comprises the integration of the indigenous turboprop engine, developed by TEI, to the indigenous Target Drone "Turna", developed by TAI. The performance flight activities are also included in the agreement.
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Sukhoi Civil Aircraft and the Armenian airline Armavia signed a contract to supply two Sukhoi Superjet 100/95 LR (long range) airplanes with an option agreement for another two aircraft. Russian VTB Bank will finance the deal. The airplanes will be delivered to the air company late 2008. Armenia is the first among NIS states where these Russian modern high quality and comfortable airplanes will be operated. At the present time there are contracts for 73 Sukhoi Superjet 100 planes with options for 41 more.  
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SWISS customers will soon be able to enjoy an improved product on the ground and in the air. The acquisition of four additional Airbus A320 aircraft allows SWISS to add new European destinations to its timetable and increase existing services.  A major expansion of SWISS facilities at Zurich and Geneva airports provides customers with a relaxing, personalised travel experience. SWISS will integrate two additional Airbus A320 aircraft into its fleet in the year ahead. A further two new aircraft of the same type will join the fleet in 2011 and 2012. This expansion of the fleet enables SWISS to offer customers in Europe an even more attractive range of services, in the form of new destinations and more flights to points already in the route network. Significant expansion on the Zurich-Berlin route takes place as early as October 28, when SWISS increases service from three to four flights daily. SWISS customers will then be able to fly non-stop to or from the German metropolis early in the morning or late in the afternoon. Capacity on this route is thus increased by one-third. All flights between Zurich and Berlin will be operated with aircraft from the Airbus A320 family. The additional SWISS flight brings the combined SWISS and Lufthansa product on this route to seven daily connections. In this way, SWISS and Lufthansa are further expanding their position in the key market of Germany. 
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Lufthansa Technik is expanding its production capacity in Germany and, to this end, is to build an additional production hall for the overhaul of engines at its home base in Hamburg. The new hangar, to be built on Lufthansa Technik's grounds at Hamburg airport, "is an important building block in the expansion of our engine overhaul business unit, which is enjoying very strong demand, and hence in securing jobs in Germany as a business location," said August Wilhelm Henningsen, Chairman of Lufthansa Technik AG. Work on construction of the new production facility, which will cost almost 50 million euros, is set to commence in October and the first engine overhaul in the new hall is planned for early in 2009. With 15,000 m2 of floorspace, the new hall will make it possible to design engine overhaul production and processes so as to incorporate the latest thinking on these subjects. As a result and in conjunction with optimization of logistics, processing times for engines will be further reduced. At the same time it will be possible to increase the number of engines handled per year in Hamburg from the present 320 to over 400.
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Rolls-Royce marked investment programmes totalling around £100 million by formally opening two additional world-class aerospace facilities in the Derby – a manufacturing centre for aero engine components, and one of the world's largest test beds. The two facilities are part of the company's continuing strategy of investing in skills and infrastructure to constantly improve the efficiency of its operations. Today's developments are a further demonstration of the company's strong commitment to UK manufacturing, and reflect the faith Rolls-Royce has in the skills and dedication of its workforce. Since 1999 the company has invested a total of £400 million in UK infrastructure, around half of which has been in Derby itself. 58 Bed is the company's newest, quietest and largest test facility. Together with the adjoining "twin" 57 Bed, the complex on Wilmore Road forms the most advanced indoor jet engine centre in the world. As well as adding important capacity for both engine development and production pass-off test work, the new bed will also incorporate key certification tests previously undertaken at a specialist outdoor test facility at Hucknall, Nottinghamshire, which is scheduled to close around the end of the 2007.
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Honeywell announced that it has been selected to provide the major mechanical systems for Airbus's new long-range, wide-body A350 aircraft. The contract is expected to generate more than $16 billion (including aftermarket) in revenue for Honeywell over the projected 20- to 25-year life of the program. It is the largest systems and equipment package Airbus has awarded to date on this program. As part of the agreement, Honeywell will design and build an auxiliary power unit (APU) and provide the APU Installation Kit and APU Starter- Generator. These integrated systems supply pneumatic and electric power for the aircraft while on the ground or in flight. The HGT1700 APU will incorporate proven technologies from Honeywell's fleet of Airbus APUs, optimized with industry-leading technological advancements to reduce weight, maximize performance and reduce direct maintenance to provide safe, efficient, low-cost operations. The company will also provide integrated systems to manage all of the air used on the aircraft for environmental control, including cabin heating and cooling, and cabin pressurization for increased passenger comfort and safety. The Air Management System, specifically designed for Airbus A350, builds on Honeywell's more than 50 years of providing integrated aircraft systems. Honeywell is the leading supplier of environmental and cabin pressure control systems -- proven in millions of flight hours of commercial service.
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TAM will begin a new daily flight to Frankfurt, Germany on November 30. The route will be operated by the modern Airbus A340-500 aircraft, which will be delivered to the Company by the end of October. The new aircraft will be dual class (Business and Economy), with 267 seats. In May, TAM singed a MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) with Lufthansa to implement codesharing on national and international routes. The agreement links the TAM Fidelity program and the Lufthansa Miles & More; it will also allow the utilization of the VIP rooms in many airports. The companies will announce the gradual implementation of these measures in the coming months.
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Boeing and Insitu announced that the ScanEagle unmanned aircraft (UA) has made over 700 successful ship-board recoveries on US Navy vessels. ScanEagle has also logged over 50,000 flight hours since being deployed in 2004, including over 11,000 hours with the US Navy. "These two milestones are important for ScanEagle," commented Steve Nordlund, Insitu Vice President of Business Development and Program Management. "700 shipboard recoveries and over 50,000 flight hours demonstrate that ScanEagle is an operationally mature platform. We look forward to continually supporting our warfighters with this system," Nordlund concluded.
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From the 2007 Air Medical Transport Conference in the Tampa Convention Center, American Eurocopter announces that Airlift Northwest has ordered four EC145 helicopters to expand the company's mission capability and upgrade the company's fleet. Airlift Northwest provides air medical service for one of the largest and most geographically varied service areas in the world-from southeast Alaska to coastal villages in western Washington and central Washington.
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AgustaWestland is pleased to announce that, together with other NHIndustries shareholders Eurocopter and Stork Fokker, it has been agreed that AgustaWestland will lead the NH90 marketing campaign for the upcoming Polish Tactical Transport Helicopter requirement. The NH90 has established itself as the NATO standard helicopter of the 21st century. Designed by NATO for NATO it is making a significant contribution towards interoperability between European Armed Forces and their overseas allies for NATO and UN missions. Additionally it contributes to fleet standardisation and rationalisation in terms of training and logistics.
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Hamilton Sundstrand has been selected to supply integrated secondary power systems -- consisting of the environmental control system, auxiliary power unit and main engine start system -- for the U.S. Marines' fleet of CH-53K heavy lift helicopters. The contract includes design, development and production work. Design and development will begin immediately with first hardware deliveries scheduled for 2009. This agreement has a potential value of more than $400 million.
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Med-Trans Corporation announced that they have reached an agreement with American Eurocopter to purchase 16 EC-135 helicopters. The first aircraft will be delivered at the end of the first quarter in 2008, and roughly one aircraft per quarter thereafter. These aircraft will be utilized in the expanding operations of Med-Trans Corporation's air medical transportation services throughout the United States. This purchase agreement was announced today at the Air Medical Transport Conference in Tampa Bay, Florida.
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Keystone Helicopter Corporation has been granted an STC permitting installation of a Chelton Flight Systems' Synthetic Vision EFIS system in Bell 427s. The STC will be available in a standard, two-screen system with a Primary Flight Display (PFD) and Multi-Function Display (MFD). The Chelton EFIS uses 3D graphic technology to translate the terrain ahead of and around the helicopter into a simple real-time visual picture. This helps the pilot "see" aircraft position in relation to its surroundings regardless of darkness or weather conditions. This display reduces instrument scanning and pilot fatigue by consolidating readings of several instruments into one efficient tool resulting in safer execution of flight plans and procedures.
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Bell Helicopter has announced the sale of 16 of their 206L-4 LongRanger aircraft to Air Evac Services Inc. The aircraft will join the Air Evac's fleet with deliveries beginning in 2009 through 2011. Air Evac Lifeteam Vice President of Aviation James Loftin said, "This order of 16 aircraft reinforces Air Evac Lifeteam's commitment to Bell Helicopter, as well as the patients and communities we serve. The purchase will provide us with an availability of aircraft to support our future growth plans and our lifesaving mission in rural America. We are very pleased to continue our working partnership with Bell Helicopters."
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Officials from Bell Helicopter and Med-Trans Corporation today signed an agreement for the sale of 11 Bell 407 aircraft in support of the Med-Trans Emergency Medical Service mission. The aircraft will be delivered between 2009 and 2011. "This is a very exciting time for Med-Trans Corporation. Our company continues our focus of being a leading provider of Aero Medical Services throughout the country. The purchase of these Bell 407s assures that we can continue to expand and support our growth efforts as well as to meet our customers' expectations," stated Fed Buttrell, President and CEO of Med-Trans Corporation.
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ITT Corporation and EDO Corporation, a global aerospace and defense company, have reached a definitive agreement for ITT to purchase all outstanding shares of EDO for $56 per share in cash. Including approximately $120 million in debt and the conversion of convertible notes, this transaction values EDO at $1.7 billion. The transaction is expected to be neutral to ITT's earnings per share in 2008, and accretive thereafter. "This combination is all about growth and demonstrates our disciplined approach to creating value for our shareholders by expanding from our strong core businesses and entering attractive adjacent markets," said Steve Loranger, chairman, president and chief executive officer of ITT. "ITT's continued strong overall performance this year gives us the capability to make this key acquisition, which will be a powerful addition to our existing business. EDO's extremely talented people, complementary technologies, and customer relationships, when joined with ITT's strong defense team, will enable us to reach new heights in meeting the changing needs of our military and civil customers." EDO is a leader in the design and development of advanced systems at the center of the military's transformation to lighter, faster, and smarter defense capabilities. EDO has grown revenues at a compound annual growth rate of almost 16 percent over the last three years, and is positioned to grow at approximately 60 percent in 2007 to its current-year forecast of approximately $1.15 billion.
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Rockwell Collins is adding several new features to its Airshow 4200 moving map display and flight information system for airlines. The additions will offer passengers an upgraded system with a complete new Atlas Style Map Set, more details on existing maps, as well as new features including a World Clock page, and a Flight Deck Instrument Panel page. "Our Airshow Moving Map product continues to evolve with superior graphics and more information that keep airline passengers well-informed during their flight," said Tommy Dodson, vice president and general manager, Cabin Systems for Rockwell Collins. "The customizable features make this an attractive package for airlines to create a map interface that meets the unique needs of their audience." The Atlas Style Map Set incorporates major highways and highway labels in an illustrative road atlas style. This will complement the existing topographic and photographic map set. The high focus maps showing close-ups of larger cities have been modified to show an extensive list of details such as city districts, museums and other points of interest on the map route. The World Clock page is a new feature that presents customizable time clock information for any city around the world.
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Boeing conducted the second successful test flight of its Small Diameter Bomb I (SDB I) Focused Lethality Munition (FLM) Sept. 14 at White Sands Missile Range, N. M., demonstrating the weapon's enhanced blast, ultra-low collateral damage warhead and pinpoint accuracy. The flight, along with an autopilot performance flight on July 11, is part of the first phase of a $27 million U.S. Air Force Joint Capability Technology Demonstration contract. "The FLM version of SDB replaces the normal SDB steel warhead with a carbon fiber composite warhead and enhanced blast explosive to eliminate warhead fragments and increase blast power," said Dan Jaspering, director, Boeing Direct Attack Weapons. "The resulting small, but lethal, blast area will allow warfighters to hit targets in sensitive areas while minimizing the risk to nearby personnel or structures."
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In a new study titled "The Market for General Aviation/ Utility Aircraft 2007-2016, Forecast International projects that makers of general aviation and utility aircraft will turn nearly 27,140 aircraft worth approximately $22.55 billion during the period 2007-2016. The Connecticut-based market research firm, which excluded the production of business jets from this study, anticipates that production of general aviation and utility aircraft will peak in 2007 at about 3,243 annual deliveries and then fall off gradually to a low of 2,452 shipments in 2011, with annual production thereafter hovering in a band between 2,400 and 2,600 units for the remainder of the forecast period. "Strong economic growth led to continuous increases in production levels during the past five years, but this trend is unlikely to last for much longer," said Douglas Royce, aerospace analyst at the company. "The general aviation market has historically been highly sensitive to economic conditions, with the segment typically being the first in the industry to suffer during a prolonged economic downturn. The economic boom of the past years may be slowing, and slower economic growth will lead to reduced production levels in the years ahead." Forecast International anticipates a decline in corporate demand for twin turboprops in favor of the fractional ownership of turbofan-powered aircraft. This trend is expected to accelerate with the appearance of the new class of Very Light Jets (VLJ) now coming online from makers like Cessna, Eclipse Aviation, Adam Aircraft, and others. These VLJs offer the jet aircraft's speed and ability to climb above weather at prices that are competitive to those of twin turboprops, but Royce said that Forecast International does not expect to see demand for twin turboprops end altogether. "These aircraft offer far more spacious cabins than the typical VLJ, and not all operators will be willing to trade space for speed." Of the total number of aircraft produced, 22,477 piston aircraft will account for the vast majority of units produced (82.8 percent of the total). Turboprop aircraft manufacturers will turn out aircraft in lower numbers, for a total production of 4,660 units (17.2 percent of the total). Turboprop value of production is projected to amount to $13.7 billion or 60 percent of the total, while the value of production of piston aircraft will amount to $9 billion or 40 percent of the total due to the much higher unit prices of turboprop aircraft. "Overall, the number of piston powered aircraft in the United States is very likely to remain stable during the forecast period, and so the market for piston aircraft will likely be driven by the replacement of aging aircraft with newer models rather than strong growth in the market overall," Royce said. "International sales into new markets like Russia, India, and China offer the hope of high growth in the market, but the creation of the infrastructure and regulatory environment needed to stimulate demand for new aircraft in these nations is likely to be a decades-long process."
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Bristow Group announced that it is continuing its investment in the Company's new Global Training Division with the purchase from Frasca International of the latest full-flight, state-of-the-art flight simulators for Eurocopter EC225 and Sikorsky S-92 aircraft. The new simulators will be located in Aberdeen, Scotland. The simulators will be among the first of their type to be deployed anywhere in the world and represent a significant capital investment in pilot training. This investment follows the introduction in 2005 of the EC225, the latest third-generation helicopter and successor to the AS332 Super Puma. Bristow now has six EC225 aircraft operating in the North Sea. The Company also is in the process of deploying six new S-92's to replace Super Puma aircraft operating in the same market. Additional EC225 and S-92 aircraft are on order and will be introduced to the global fleet over the next few years.
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In its new study titled "The Market for Light Commercial Rotorcraft 2007-2016," Forecast International projects that manufacturers will deliver some 14,200 rotorcraft to the light commercial rotorcraft market during the ten year period covered by the study, including 6,891 rotorcraft powered by piston engines and 7,311 powered by turboshafts. The Connecticut-based market research firm estimates that the total value of production for the light commercial helicopter market during this time will reach $30.46 billion, of which turbine-powered rotorcraft will account for $28 billion and piston-powered helicopters $2.4 billion. "The lower total value of production of the piston helicopter segment is due to the lower price tags of piston helicopters relative to their turbine-powered brethren," notes Forecast International aerospace analyst Douglas Royce. Robinson Helicopter is projected to deliver 6,086 aircraft, continuing its domination of the piston helicopter segment and accounting for a 42.8 percent share of the total unit production for the light commercial rotorcraft market overall. Eurocopter is projected to deliver a total of 3,141 helicopters during the forecast period, or 22.1 percent of the unit production of the market overall. The value of this production will account for 29 percent of the total value of production for the market overall. Although Eurocopter will produce fewer helicopters than Robinson, the dollar value of production Eurocopter's more expensive aircraft will be far higher at $8.87 billion versus a projected $2.15 billion for the value of production at Robinson. Eurocopter will be followed by Bell Helicopter (1,576 units, $5.78 billion value of production), Sikorsky (1,123 units, $3.41 billion), and AgustaWestland (941 units, $4.95 billion). Together these five companies are projected to account for 90 percent of the expected unit production and 82 percent of the value of production for the light commercial helicopter market overall.
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BAE Systems shot two guided Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System (APKWS) rockets from a U.S. Marine Corps Cobra helicopter. The tests mark the first flights of the APKWS precision-guided weapon from an aircraft. The flights, held in partnership with the U.S. Navy program office, were designed to confirm the APKWS rocket's compatibility with the Cobra's carriage and launch systems, and to demonstrate that APKWS can be launched from the platform without requiring aircraft integration or modifications. The tests also proved again the weapon's ability to acquire, track, and hit a laser-designated target. Following the launches, both APKWS rockets were guided by a laser designator to a ground target. The first rocket was guided to the target by a ground-based laser designator. The pilot guided the second rocket to the target using laser designation equipment onboard the helicopter. Both rockets struck the target board well within accuracy requirements established by the Army and Marine Corps.
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Business jet manufacturers are enjoying a booming market for their products, according to Forecast International's newly-released study on "The Market for Business Jet Aircraft," spurred on by a proliferation of new aircraft models, an exodus on the part of business travelers from scheduled airlines, and lowered barriers to access to private jet travel via jet card programs and fractional ownership arrangements. Though build rates in some segments of the business jet market may soon begin to stabilize, significant growth in other segments will lead to considerable opportunities for profit and expanded market share, the report said. Forecast International projects that 14,978 business jets, worth some $192 billion, will be produced from 2007 through 2016. The Connecticut-based market research firm includes the new class of Very Light Jets (VLJ) in its projections, and predicts that 5,783 VLJs will be built during the 2007-2016 timeframe, accounting for nearly 39 percent (based on unit production) of the overall business jet forecast. Forecast International expects annual business jet production to top 1,000 units in 2007, and exceed 1,200 units in 2008 and 1,500 units by 2011. The VLJs are expected to supply much of this growth, though other types of business jets will also contribute, such as the popular class of super mid-size business jets. Taking advantage of the strong market, while also hoping to stimulate additional demand, business jet manufacturers are introducing all-new aircraft models as well as improved variants of existing designs. Indeed, all of the established business jet manufacturers are currently revamping their product lines to some extent. Not everything is good news within the business jet industry, however, and the Forecast International study points to a number of existing or potential problems. Demand in the key North American market has been cooling off somewhat, amid some signs of market saturation, though this is being greatly offset by robust growth in demand from other geographic areas, such as Europe, the Middle East, and the Asia/Pacific region. Another problem in the industry, according to Forecast International senior aerospace analyst Raymond Jaworowski, is that "existing sizable order backlogs have resulted in capacity bottlenecks for certain manufacturers. As problems go, this is a nice one to have, but it can lead to customer frustration." To deal with the bottlenecks, some companies are expanding manufacturing facilities or adding to their lists of approved completion centers. Others may keep older models in production a little longer than planned in order to sop up excess demand and get aircraft to customers that cannot, or will not, wait for new models.
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China will require 3,400 new airplanes worth about $340 billion over the next 20 years, according to Boeing's updated annual forecast for the commercial airplane market. Over the forecast period, China will have the fastest-growing market, making it the largest market outside of the U.S. for new commercial airplanes. China will continue leading all domestic air travel markets with a long-term passenger-kilometer growth rate of 8.8 percent. Following the anticipated surge in passenger traffic for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, the China domestic market will grow nearly five-fold by 2026 to become slightly larger than today's intra-North American market. With the continued high rate of growth for China air travel and air cargo markets, China's fleet will nearly quadruple to 4,460 airplanes by the end of the forecast period -- 2026. Single-aisle airplanes such as the Boeing 737 will be the largest category with total new airplane deliveries reaching 2,200. Intermediate twin-aisles such as the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and 777 will see approximately 750 airplane deliveries. When combined, the single-aisle and intermediate twin-aisle market will make up 90 percent of China's total delivery dollars. About 330 regional jets and 90 airplanes of 747-and-larger size will be delivered.
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NASA and the United States Army have formed an aeronautics research partnership. NASA Administrator Michael Griffin and Secretary of the Army Pete Geren recently signed a memorandum of understanding that builds upon and expands the longstanding relationship between the two organizations."Although NASA and the Army have different missions, we share a common goal of pursuing innovative research that will enable revolutionary capabilities in rotorcraft," said Lisa Porter, NASA associate administrator, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, Washington. "There are common challenges facing rotorcraft for both the military and civilian sectors -- payload, range, noise and efficiency, to name just a few. It just makes sense for us to work together to advance our rotorcraft aeronautical capabilities for the nation's benefit."
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DigitalGlobe, provider of the world's highest-resolution commercial satellite imagery and geospatial information products, announced the successful launch and deployment of WorldView-1, the most agile commercial satellite ever flown. The satellite launched at approximately 11:35 AM PDT on 18 Septeember on a Boeing Delta II 7920 rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, USA. The launch of WorldView-1 marks 75 consecutive successful launches of a Delta II rocket and the second successful commercial launch for Boeing Launch Services in 2007. Shortly after the launch, a DigitalGlobe ground station received a downlink signal confirming that the satellite successfully separated from its launch vehicle and had automatically initialized its onboard processors. WorldView-1 is currently undergoing a calibration and check-out period and will deliver imagery soon after. First imagery from WorldView-1 is expected to be available prior to October 18, the six-year anniversary of the launch of QuickBird, DigitalGlobe's current satellite.
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Boeing, through its commercial launch business, has been awarded a contract to launch the third COSMO-Skymed commercial satellite for Thales Alenia Space Italia, the prime contractor of the Italian Space Agency. "Boeing Launch Services is pleased to support the third mission of the COSMO-SkyMed program for Thales Alenia Space Italia, the European leader in satellite-based solutions," said Boeing Launch Services Director Ken Heinly. "The COSMO-SkyMed system is a significant project for Italian science, commerce and security, and the proven reliability of the Delta II will ensure its success." A Delta II expendable launch vehicle, in the 7420-10 configuration, will carry the COSMO-SkyMed spacecraft into orbit from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., in 2008. Boeing Launch Services will procure the launch vehicle and related support from United Launch Alliance, a Boeing-Lockheed Martin joint venture. Boeing successfully launched the first COSMO-SkyMed satellite June 7 from Vandenberg and is planning to place the constellation's second of four satellites into orbit later this year.  
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Lufthansa is continuing to expand its services. With the introduction of the 2007/2008 winter timetable, the airline's global route network will encompass 188 destinations in 79 countries. Three new routes are included: to Orlando, Karachi and Lahore. In order to maintain as stable a schedule as possible throughout the year, many of the new services that were added this summer will continue to operate in the forthcoming winter season. The new winter timetable is valid from Sunday 28 October 2007 to 29 March 2008. The offered seating capacity across Lufthansa's entire network will increase by 5.7 per cent compared with last year. Available capacity will be increased by 4.0 per cent on European routes and by 6.5 per cent on international routes. "We are enlarging our longhaul route network, with the focus on America and Asia," said Karl Ulrich Garnadt, member of the Board of Lufthansa Passenger Airlines. "In Europe, we are further expanding our route network to Eastern Europe and simultaneously raising frequencies on several routes to business destinations," he added. The winter timetable includes a total of 13,272 scheduled flights, which represents an increase of 2.9 per cent on the previous year (winter 2006/2007: 12,908 flights). From 28 October, Lufthansa will operate 12,208 flights per week on domestic German and European routes and 1,064 long-haul flights to 42 countries in three continents.
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