27.11.2007
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2007-11-15 - News in BriefNews in Brief

KURZMELDUNGEN<br /> +++<br /> The RAF's newest and most versatile multi-role fighter, Eurofighter Typhoon has dropped its first in-service RAF bomb - and the weapon scored a direct hit on the target at sea off the Welsh coast.

The weapon, a 1000lb Paveway 2 laser guided bomb (LGB) was dropped by a Typhoon of No. 11 Squadron based at RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire. Baroness Taylor, Minister for Defence Equipment and Support said: "Typhoon is an exceptional fighter jet; we have already seen it perform in its air-to-air role in June this year when it defended UK airspace. The first RAF bomb drop is a significant step towards the Typhoon being ready for operational use."
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ExecuJet Aviation Group, the global business aviation and international jet charter organisation, announced today it has formed a partnership with the highly regarded, non-profit, environmental foundation, myclimate, in order to offer its charter customers worldwide the opportunity to fly carbon neutral.   It is the first private jet charter company to align with myclimate. By purchasing a myclimate ticket ExecuJet customers, flying primarily Bombardier Business Jets, including the long range Global Express, will be able to offset the climate relevant emissions generated by a journey through investing in a climate protection project and play an active role in preserving the environment. Each journey's offset price will be determined by myclimate, taking into account the climate relevant emissions generated per hour flown, and costs of offsetting a ton of CO2 in a carbon offset project. All projects reduce emissions by promoting renewable energy and energy efficient technologies, hence replacing fossil fuel based energy. For example, in India, biomass, i.e. agricultural waste is used to produce energy. In another project in Indonesia, a hydropower station is being renovated in order to increase the output. A myclimate example - a Bombardier Global Express burns 532 US-Gallons per flight hour. 532 x 0.458 = EUR 243.65 needs to be paid per flight hour to offset the produced amount of CO2. If the total flight time is 10 hours, EUR 243.65 x 10 = EUR 2,436 would be the total amount to be paid to receive a climate neutral ticket.
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Antilles Seaplanes, LLC announces that it has begun accepting deposit orders on the production of completely new "Antilles Super Goose" amphibious aircraft. Based on the legendary Grumman G-21 Goose, our version has been modernized to current day aviation standards to include turboprop engines, the latest in glass panel avionics, carbon fiber composite material technology, interior environmental systems, and a variety of other technological improvements over the original airplane. Additionally, a highly specialized version of the Goose is currently being developed by Antilles for potential use by our nation's Special Forces. The "Antilles Super Goose" is an extremely versatile twin engine, 10-seat "true" amphibian, designed to take off and land on water (minimum depth of 36 inches in oceans, bays, rivers or lakes), paved runways, remote grass strips, rough dirt strips, and snow. The landing gear is fully retractable, and the Goose offers speed, rough water capability, cross wind ability, payload, range, economics, and ruggedness unmatched by any other aircraft in its class. This multipurpose airplane can swiftly adapt as global civilian, military, government and special humanitarian support needs dictate. It is the true "All Terrain Vehicle" conquering air, water and land.
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The Royal Household of the United Kingdom has chosen Sikorsky as the preferred supplier to provide the next helicopter for the Royal Family's transportation. Sikorsky provided the S-76C+ helicopter that the Royal Family currently flies and was named preferred supplier for the replacement, which will be an S-76C++ helicopter subject to contract and U.K. government approval. "The new S76C++, which will continue to provide the Royal Family with a helicopter travel service for official engagements, was chosen as most closely meeting the mission requirements, providing the best value and producing the lowest carbon footprint of the three short-listed helicopters," said Captain Christopher Pittaway, Manager and Chief Pilot of The Queen's Helicopter Flight. The new S76C++ helicopter is expected to enter service in August 2009.
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Saab Aircraft Leasing in cooperation with Saab Aerotech is pleased to announce the formal decision of the Argentine Air Force to buy four Saab 340B aircraft during 2008 and 2009. This is a culmination of a four year process to select a new middle-size transport aircraft for the Argentine Air Force. The total budget for the aircraft and logistic support package is approximately 34 million USD spread over five years. These aircraft will be used to serve remote areas in the Patagonia region in southern Argentina, replacing old Fokker F27s. The Argentine Air Force ran an international RFP process in order to select the best package of aircraft and support services. Saab Aircraft Leasing was declared as winner of this process and the two parties are now formalizing a final agreement that includes four completely overhauled Saab 340B aircraft together with a complete logistic package of spares, manuals, tools, ground support equipment, training of pilots and mechanics, Saab on-location technical support as well as a "Parts Exchange Program" on the rotables including propeller and landing gear. Two aircraft will be delivered during the second half of 2008 and the other two during 2009. All four aircraft will be based and maintained in Commodoro Rivadavia. They will be operated by the Air Force-managed airline LADE serving the Patagonia region. For this purpose all aircraft will have gravel modification as well as expanded communication equipment. They will also meet the latest civilian requirements on TCAS-2, TAWS, expanded DFDR, secured cockpit doors, etcetera.
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Raytheon successfully completed the final system acceptance test to augment standard Global Positioning System signals over India. The latest test of the GPS Aided GEO Augmented Navigation-Technology Demonstration System, or GAGAN-TDS, is an important milestone in the worldwide transition to satellite-based navigation for civil aviation. When completed, GAGAN will join other space-based augmentation systems in providing worldwide, precise navigation, substantially boosting safety, efficiency, and capacity across India and the surrounding region. The Wide Area Augmentation System is operational in North America, and the Japanese Civil Aviation Bureau recently commissioned the MTSAT Satellite-based Augmentation System.
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US Airways announced it will begin service at London's Heathrow Airport early next year. Service between Philadelphia and London Heathrow is scheduled to start on March 29, 2008 with tickets available for purchase on Dec. 1. The airline plans to operate the flights with US Airways flagship international aircraft, the Airbus A330 offering 29 Envoy and 259 economy seats. The new Philadelphia-Heathrow route will be US Airways' seventh new transatlantic route since 2006. With the new service, US Airways' European destinations served from Philadelphia increase to 20.
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US Airways has agreed to terms with Airbus for the order of five additional long-range wide-body A330-200 aircraft, and entered into a letter of intent with International Lease Finance Corporation (ILFC) for the lease of two A330-200s. These additional aircraft allow US Airways to continue its international growth plans of adding approximately three to four new markets per year between 2009 and 2011. The airline expects to take delivery of the five new aircraft from Airbus through 2011 and induct the two aircraft from ILFC in 2009. Combined with the ten A330-200s currently on order from Airbus, US Airways' A330-200 fleet will grow to 17 by 2011. US Airways currently operates nine wide-body Airbus A330-300s that share fleet commonality with the A330-200s.
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Embraer and CAE have formalized and signed a joint venture agreement to provide comprehensive pilot and ground crew training to Embraer customers of the Phenom 100 very light and Phenom 300 light jets. The new company has been named Embraer CAE Training Services, LLC (ECTS). Under the terms of agreement, the joint venture will provide initial and recurrent training for pilots and maintenance technicians. The initial training program for the Embraer Phenom family is on schedule to begin at CAE SimuFlite in Dallas, Texas, in the third quarter of calendar 2008, and at CAE's Burgess Hill training centre in the U.K. in the first quarter of calendar 2009. CAE and Embraer are working together to provide a team of highly-qualified instructors and to ensure that the courseware meets the program needs. To support the Phenom program, CAE has agreed to manufacture two Phenom full-flight simulators for deployment at CAE SimuFlite in Dallas, Texas, and at CAE's Burgess Hill training centre in the U.K. In addition, CAE will also combine CAE Simfinity™ technology and devices into the Phenom training program.
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Boeing delivered the third of three C-40C transport aircraft to the U.S. Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC), providing a critical airlift asset to government leaders on official business. Maj. Gen. Robert Duignan, commander, 4th Air Force, accepted the aircraft at Boeing facilities in Seattle and flew it to Scott Air Force Base (AFB), Ill., where it will begin service with the AFRC. The 932 nd and 375 th Airlift Wings, units of the AFRC and Air Mobility Command respectively, will use the Next-Generation 737-700 Boeing Business Jet derivative to provide congressional delegations and senior government personnel safe, secure and reliable transportation -- often to remote locations around the world -- while supporting their need to conduct in-flight business.
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Embraer's worldwide fleet of E-Jets recently achieved one million flight hours, carrying passengers on five continents with a high level of reliability, comfort and efficiency. Furthermore, the four members of the E-Jets family - the EMBRAER 170, the EMBRAER 175, the EMBRAER 190, and the EMBRAER 195 - logged a significantly low flight cancellation rate derived from a robust design, Embraer's responsive after sales support, and the dedication of airline mechanics and engineers to the aircraft. "The one million flight hours accumulated by more than 300 delivered E-Jets is a great accomplishment, just about three years after the first delivery," said Antonio Campello, Embraer Vice President, Programs - Airline Market. With the recent sales announced at the Dubai Air Show 2007, November 11-15, the EMBRAER 170/190 family expanded its customer base to 45 airlines in more than 30 countries, offering distinctive passenger comfort levels, excellent performance and low operating costs.
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Cubic Defense Applications, the defense segment of Cubic Corporation (AMEX: CUB), has won a contract valued at over $10 million to develop a new air combat training system for the Royal Thai Air Force. Two Thai air bases will soon join a growing number of U.S. and international installations in the Asia-Pacific region that are using Cubic's "rangeless" air combat training technology to polish the air combat maneuvering skills of military pilots. Thailand's Air Chief Marshal Chalit Pukbhasuk, Commander in Chief of the Royal Thai Air Force, assigned Air Vice Marshal Watana Claijumnong, Director of the Directorate of Electronics, to sign the direct-sale contract on behalf of the Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) during a formal ceremony at Cubic's main campus in San Diego in late September. Cubic is under contract to deliver in March 2009 to two fighter wings at Korat and Takhli in Central Thailand.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree authorizing construction of a new launch facility on Russian  territory to reduce the nation's dependency on the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, First Deputy Premier Sergei Ivanov told reporters Nov. 21. The cosmodrome will be built in the Amur region in Russia's Far East and will serve the nation's human and robotic space exploration programs, according to Ivanov. Ivanov said the cosmodrome will be named Vostochny, or Eastern, and that a feasibility study will be completed by 2010 to pinpoint the exact location. The cosmodrome will be built from 2010 to 2018 with the first launch scheduled to take place in 2018.
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Boeing announced that KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, part of the AIR FRANCE/KLM Group, has placed an order for additional 737 and 777 aircraft. The airline will add three Next-Generation 737-700s and two 777-300ERs (Extended Range) to its fleet. As part of the agreement, KLM took options on one additional 737 and two additional 777s. The order, worth approximately $716 million at catalog prices, was previously posted to the Boeing Orders and Deliveries Web site and attributed to an unidentified customer. With today's announcement, the airline has six 777-300ERs on direct order with Boeing and is scheduled to take delivery of its first of this model in the first quarter of 2008. KLM currently operates a fleet of 15 777-200ERs in a combination of leases and direct purchases.
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In the third quarter of 2007, the Air Berlin Group transported 12 percent more passengers than during the corresponding quarter of the previous year, increased its fleet capacity utilization by 2.3 percentage points, raised its sales volume by 7.2 percent and, with net profit exceeding EUR 60 million, achieved the highest quarterly net profit in its corporate history. However, Management is not entirely satisfied with this performance. Due to the delayed LTU acquisition, the envisioned synergy effects did not reach their full potential. One-time charges for integration and restructuring totaled EUR 13 million. The Group consisting of Air Berlin, dba and LTU (the latter included for the months of August and September) increased its seating capacity in the third quarter of 2007 by 8.9 percent in comparison with the corresponding quarter of the previous year. The fleet increased to 126 aircraft from 118. The number of passengers welcomed on board increased by 12 percent, and with 8.08 million passengers transported, the seat load factor improved from 81.5 to 83.7 percent. Sales volume increased from EUR 799.9 million to EUR 857.6 million, i.e. an increase of 7.2 percent. Whereas EBITDAR (Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, amortization and leasing expenses) increased by 12.5 percent from EUR 155.4 million to EUR 174.8 million, EBIT (Earnings before interest and taxes) increased by merely 0.7 percent from EUR 69.6 million to EUR 69.8 million. Lastly, due to favorable financial and tax results, net profit increased from EUR 50.9 million to EUR 60.8 million (+19.4 percent). As Joachim Hunold, Air Berlin's CEO, stated in Berlin on Tuesday: "Despite the good performance in the third quarter, these figures put us in the lowest bracket of our planning for the nine-month period. This state of affairs is partially due to the modest performance in the second quarter and also to the circumstance that we were not able to integrate LTU prior to 8 August. Only from that point in time onwards were we able to optimize LTU's yield management and capacity control. It was not possible to eliminate overlapping flights between Air Berlin and LTU due to the elevated number of reservations. Therefore, we have not yet been able to realize the planned synergy effects to their full extent. We had to take a one-time charge for integration and restructuring measures amounting to EUR 13.2 million. However, in 2008, these synergies will take effect."
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GE has been awarded a multi-million dollar contract by the U.S. Army covering the next phase of the Advanced Affordable Turbine Engine (AATE) program. Under this contract, GE will continue to collaborate with the Army and invest in state-of-the-art engineering and design proficiencies that will help establish the next-generation military attack and utility helicopter powerplant. The objective of AATE is the development of a 3,000-shaft-horsepower engine to demonstrate advanced gas turbine technology that improves power performance and fuel consumption characteristics and also enhances part durability and reliability. These attributes are needed to meet the emerging endurance and cruise requirements associated with future Army aviation platforms. In concert with other Army engine demonstrator programs, AATE will establish a validated technology base from which future Army rotorcraft engine engineering development efforts may evolve at minimum risk, time, and development cost. The overall goals include a 25% reduction in specific fuel consumption, a 65% improvement in shaft-horsepower-to-weight, a 20% improvement in design life, a 35% reduction in production and maintenance cost, and a 15% reduction in development cost.
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The recently launched technology upgrade program for the CF6 engine is part of the package offered by Northrop Grumman KC-30 for the United States Air Force KC-X tanker replacement program. Northrop Grumman selected the CF6 in March 2007. Recently, Finnair selected GE's CF6-80E1 engines to power seven twin-engine, fuel-efficient Airbus A330-300 aircraft. The engines, scheduled for delivery starting in March 2009, will be the first to incorporate the new high-pressure turbine upgrade that is part of the Tech CF6 program. The Northrop Grumman KC-30 is also powered by the GE CF6-80E1 engine. Since the KC-30 engine is identical to the commercial application, the USAF can potentially benefit from any commercially identified, developed and proven reliability and performance enhancements. Given the planned USAF KC-X delivery schedule, the USAF would also receive the Tech CF6 program as part of the baseline deliveries with the selection of the KC-30.
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AERO Vodochody has delivered four L-159 advanced training aircraft, version T1, to the Ministry of Defence of the Czech Republic on November 23, 2007. The symbolic delivery certificate was handed over to Martin Bartak, First Deputy Minister of Defence of the Czech Republic, from the hands of the President of AERO Vodochody a.s. Peter Ondro. "The delivery of the four two-seat L-159 aircraft will bring along a significant increase in the training capability of the Czech Air Force. The L-159 aircraft represent an important part of the Czech Air Force and their mission is vital also for the pilots training for the operation of the supersonic aircraft," said First Deputy Minister Bartak. The contract results from the General Agreement on follow-on support service of CzAF L-159 and L-39 aircraft fleet signed on December 8, 2005 for a period till the year 2029.
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Taag, the national flag carrier of Angola, has awarded an exclusive 10-year engine maintenance contract to Snecma Services (SAFRAN group). This long-term contract reflects Taag's commitment to building an enduring relationship with the CFM56 engine maintenance specialist Snecma Services.The ESPH – Engine Services Per Hour – contract will enable the two partners to form a value-added partnership. Dedicated Snecma Services engineering teams will work alongside the airline to provide a comprehensive package of services that will ensure excellent reliability at optimum cost. Because of its in-depth understanding of the engines used by its new customer, Snecma Services will be able to anticipate required servicing and more effectively plan shop visits, thus avoiding emergency situation while ensuring continuously improved engine dispatch reliability.
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The US Air Force has returned its F-15 fleet of flight. There are nearly 700 F-15s in the Air Force inventory. As of today, 219 of the 224 E-models and 294 of the 442 A-D models in the inventory have been inspected and cleared for flight. In releasing the F-15 fleet to fly, General Corley said the Air Force was accepting a degree of risk. "We accept this risk because of our overriding duty to provide unrivaled combat air power for the defense of our Country," the general said. The cause of the mishap remains under investigation. Air Force maintenance and operations professionals and industry experts are working with the accident investigation board to examine all aspects of the mishap. At the same time, structural engineers have conducted in-depth technical reviews of data from multiple sources. We continue to proceed in an inclusive and transparent fashion to derive, as best as humanly possible, the cause of the mishap.  
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Airbus has received validation in November 2007 for the external noise values of the A380 powered by Engine Alliance GP7200 engines from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). External noise certification is part of the process for the joint EASA and FAA type certification for the GP7200-powered A380, which is scheduled in December 2007. The approval of the A380's very low noise values confirms it is by far the quietest long-range aircraft in the skies. The noise levels certified on the GP7200-powered A380 are equivalent to those already approved on the Rolls Royce Trent 900 powered A380. With an impressive 17 EPNdB (Effective Perceived Noise in Decibels) cumulative margin to the ICAO Chapter 4 noise standard, voluntarily used by Airbus instead of the mandatory Chapter 3 standard, the A380 is easily compliant with today's most stringent noise standards and is well prepared for the future.  
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Bombardier Aerospace announced that Qantas Airways of Sydney, Australia has signed a firm order for 12 Bombardier Q400 turboprop airliners on behalf of its QantasLink regional airline. Qantas has also taken options and purchase rights on an additional 24 Q400 aircraft. Four of the 12 firm-order aircraft announced today represent conversions of existing aircraft options. On October 22, 2007 Bombardier Aerospace confirmed it was in discussions with Qantas Airways with regards to this transaction. Based on the list price of the aircraft, the contract for the 12 firm Q400 airliners is valued at approximately $339 million U.S.  
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Bombardier Aerospace announced that GoJet Airlines of St. Louis, Missouri has signed a contract to acquire four Bombardier CRJ700 NextGen airliners. The value of the firm order, based on the list price for the CRJ700 NextGen aircraft, is approximately $137.5 million U.S. GoJet Airlines has been operating CRJ700 jetliners since 2005 and currently has 15 of the aircraft in its fleet.  
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Astrium is writing another chapter in its space radar success story: Following the radar instruments for the ERS1/2, Envisat and Metop satellites, the company is to develop and build the latest imaging radar for an ESA satellite. The development and delivery contract is to be signed in Friedrichshafen today by Massimo Di Lazzaro, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Thales Alenia Space BU Observation Systems & Radar, and Uwe Minne, Director of Earth observation and Science at Astrium Germany. The European Space Agency (ESA) awarded the main contact for the Sentinel-1 satellite in February to Thales Alenia Space. Astrium is now to supply the C-band radar for the Sentinel-1 satellite. The contract value of the entire project is EUR 229 million, with the SAR instrument worth approximately EUR 85 million. Sentinel-1 is one element in the GMES (Global Monitoring for Environment and Security) programme, an initiative by the European Commission and ESA to set up a sustainable European network for recording and analysing environmental data. Sentinel-1 will help to monitor and analyse environmental events round the globe. Weighing some 2.2 metric tons, the satellite will orbit the Earth at an altitude of 700 kilometres from 2011. Its orbital path will take it across the poles on each orbit, enabling the radar instrument to scan the Earth in "swaths" as it rotates beneath the satellite. Designed as a successor to the present satellites ERS and Envisat to assure continuity in radar-based Earth observation, Sentinel-1 will observe the Earth from orbit for at least seven years.
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In a statement at the European Parliament, the European Commission has argued that despite several attempts to solve the dispute over EU and US support to Airbus and Boeing amicably over the past years, the differences between the two sides have proven too large. It has not been possible to establish a fair and balanced basis for a negotiated settlement. The EU will continue to defend in the WTO European support for Airbus which has resulted in innovation, increased safety, and efficiencies in air transportation. However, the Commission also stressed that on an official level both the EU and the US have made an effort - and have managed - to avoid that this dispute damages the wider EU-US partnership. The Commission further argued that once the WTO makes a decision in both cases, and following a possible appeal, it would make sense to sit together with the US to manage the resulting implications. The Commission reiterated its position that a negotiated solution could provide the necessary long-term solution the market requires as a basis for future peaceful and fair competition in this sector.
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The subsidiary of bmi, bmi regional, and Lufthansa Technik, the leading provider of maintenance, repair and overhaul services for aircraft, their components and engines have extended an existing ERJ component support agreement for a further five years. Under the agreement, Lufthansa Technik continues to be responsible for repair, overhaul and logistics services with respect to components for the whole fleet of Embraer 135/145 aircraft currently operated by bmi regional. The contract also covers additional ERJ 135/145 aircraft which will be phased-in by the airline in the future. Speaking of the agreement Paul Alcock bmi regional Technical Director said: "As the UK's most punctual airline and with one of the world's most punctual Embraer fleets we expect high levels of performance and commitment from all our suppliers. Over the past three years Lufthansa Technik has contributed to our success and proved itself to be a reliable and pro-active supplier. This new agreement reflects our belief in Lufthansa Technik's ability and their willingness to be a vital part of bmi regional's success in the future."
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AiR Union is increasingly developing from a marketing alliance of five airlines into an integrated airline with a joint air operating certificate. Its aim, however, is to become a strong and competitive partner, not only in Russia but also on the international stage. Once AiR Union has completed the process of integration, it will strive to gain membership of the Star Alliance. AiR Union will have to complete the necessary preparatory steps and fulfil all the requirements to join the Star Alliance. As strategic partners of AiR Union, Austrian Airlines and Lufthansa support this goal, with Austrian playing a mentoring role for the Russian grouping. This has been recorded in a Memorandum of Understanding signed on 16 November between Austrian CEO Alfred Ötsch, Lufthansa CEO Wolfgang Mayrhuber and the Chiefs of the Supervisory Committee of AiR Union, Alexander and Boris Abramovich.
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KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has signed a contract for the acquisition of two further A330-200s, bringing their total A330 fleet to 12 aircraft. These new A330s will play a major role in KLM's long-term fleet renewal and future expansion. The A330s, powered by CF6-80E(1A3) engines, will mainly serve on intercontinental routes, and will have a two-class configuration with 251 seats.
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Ing. Wolfgang Grumeth, Managing Director of Diamond Airborne Sensing GmbH, personally delivered the first DA42 Multi-Purpose Platform (MPP) in serial production to Dr. Johannes Riegl, CEO of RIEGL Laser Measurement Systems GmbH on November 13th, 2007. The company RIEGL plans to use this aircraft as a customer demonstrator for aerial surveying via laser scanning and as a prototype for testing and continued development of laser technology. The two market leaders, RIEGL, located in Horn, Austria and Diamond Aircraft Industries located in Wiener Neustadt, Austria, brought together their know-how in aerial laser scanning and aviation to develop the only complete airborne laser scanning system (aircraft with integrated scanner) on the market. Diamond Aircraft and RIEGL were recently awarded the "Karl Ritter von Ghega" Prize for innovation in Lower Austria for their efforts in developing this complete system solution for aerial laser scanning. This highly modern aircraft outfitted with an integrated laser scanner has already surveyed areas in Lower Austria, the entire city of Vienna, and continual laser scanning missions outside of Austria with plans for further projects already on the table. One of the main businesses of Diamond Airborne Sensing remains the marketing of complete systems for aerial surveying. The level of interest in this sector is very high and the company continues to receive orders.

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