11.06.2007
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2007-06-10 - News in briefNews in Brief

KURZMELDUNGEN<br /> The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced a US$5 billion projected profitability for airlines in 2007 at their Annual General Meeting in Vancouver.

In his keynote State of the Industry address, Giovanni Bisignani, IATA Director General and CEO said, "We expect airlines to make US$5 billion this year. The industry has changed tremendously in five years. Labour productivity is up 56%. Distribution costs are down 13%. Non-fuel unit costs dropped 15% and load factors are at record highs—76% in 2006. Airlines needed an oil price of less than US$20 per barrel in 2002 to break even. Today we are profitable at nearly US$70 per barrel." While the results are encouraging, Bisignani also gave an important reality check, "Airlines are a US$470 billion industry. A profit of US$5 billion is peanuts. We need US$40 billion just to cover the cost of capital. The industry is moving in the right direction, but with US$200 billion of debt, the financ ial hole is deep. The challenge for is to turn peanuts into sustainable profits."
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The first of the four satellites of the COSMO-SkyMed constellation was launched on 8 June from Vandenberg, California (USA), at 19h35 local time/04h35 Italian time. The Italian dual-use satellite system dedicated to Earth observation was developed under an agreement between the Italian Space Agency (ASI) and the Italian Ministry of Defense, and built under the prime contractorship of Thales Alenia Space; Telespazio being responsible for the realization of the civilian and military Earth segments. "With the launch of the first COSMO-SkyMed platform – added the General Gianni Botondi, Secretary General of Defense/Direzione Nazionale Degli Armamenti - Italian defense fulfils a commitment for the development of a vanguard dual system, unique in the world in terms of ability and flexibility, and with which both civilian and security requirements can be met in equal measure. The Ministry of Defense, ASI and the Italian aerospace industry can be extremely proud of t his achievement." "COSMO-SkyMed represents an important development opportunity for Telespazio, because it places the company in the position to highlight two of its main competencies: the development and management of "ground segment" components for Earth observation satellites, and the ability to develop applications and services in this sector. The COSMO-SkyMed radar technology opens the way for the operational use of Geo-Spatial Information, enabling Telespazio to offer monitoring services that until now has been impossible", declared the CEO of Telespazio, Giuseppe Veredice, expressing his satisfaction at the launch of the most important Italian space program.  
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ADAC, Europe's largest motoring organisation with 15.8 million members, has placed contracts with cueSim Ltd, a subsidiary of QinetiQ, for two full flight helicopter simulators in support of air rescue services. The cueSim full flight simulators (FFS) will be used to train and check pilots for the Eurocopter EC135 and EC145 at ADAC´s "HEMS-Academy". "HEMS-Academy" is a newly established training academy for ADAC´s own helicopter pilots as well as for its customers. The FFS B simulator for the EC135 will be equipped with 'analogue' instruments, and an electronic central panel display system (CPDS). It will be reconfigurable between EC135 P2 (powered by Pratt and Whitney) and EC135 T2 (powered by Turbomecca), and facilitate future reconfiguration to the upgraded T2i and P2i variants. The FFS B simulator for the EC145 incorporates a full electronic flight instrument system (EFIS) and will be reconfigurable to the P2i and T2i variants of the E C135. The simulators will be based at a purpose designed facility at Bonn-Hangelar (ICAO Code EDKB) airfield, near Cologne-Bonn International Airport (EDDK). They will be qualified against JAR-FSTD (H) as FFS level B, the latest Joint Aviation Authority standards for helicopter flight simulators. Main objectives are to offer a realistic mission environment, increase safety, improve handling of emergencies, demonstrate operational proficiency and provide training independent of weather conditions or aircraft availability. The simulator for the EC135 will be delivered in June 2008, the simulator for the EC145 in September 2008.
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In a move that furthers the expansion of its customer support and service offerings, Bell Helicopter announced that its affiliate, Edwards & Associates, Inc. has acquired the assets of Cav-Air, a helicopter maintenance and service center located at the Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. "This acquisition aligns very well with our strategy to expand support capabilities to our vertical lift customer base in key regions," said Dick Millman, chief executive officer of Bell Helicopter. "Florida currently has one of the largest fleet of commercial rotorcraft in the country, representing a significant growth area, as well as making it an ideal location for a Bell service center."
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Lockheed Martin has been awarded a direct commercial sale contract by Eurocopter to support integration of the HELLFIRE II precision-strike missile and all-digital M299 "smart" missile launcher on the Hélicoptère d'Appui Destruction (HAD) Tiger attack helicopter. Terms of the contract were not disclosed. The 54-month integration effort includes training missiles, inert missiles, 80 M299 missile launchers and test equipment. Under provisions of the contract, integration activities will occur at the Eurocopter facility in Marignane, France, with ground tests beginning in October 2007 and flight tests in March 2008. Eurocopter awarded the contract to Lockheed Martin in support of its HAD Tiger integration contract with the multi-national European Organisation for Joint Armament Cooperation. "Integrating the semi-active laser guided HELLFIRE II missile and M299 missile launcher on the HAD Tiger attack helicopter will provide our European all ies increased versatility and lethality to defend their interests at home and abroad," said Andy Marshall, international program manager for Air-to-Ground Missile Systems at Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control. "We're committed to working with Eurocopter to ensure a smooth and successful integration effort."
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Effective 1 June 2007, the Oberpfaffenhofen-based RUAG Aerospace Services GmbH was given approval by the LBA (German Office of Civil Aeronautics) as a CAMO+ facility (Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization). The company received the appropriate certificate subsequent to three successful audits conducted by the LBA in Oberpfaffenhofen in April and May of this year. As a CAMO+ organization, RUAG Aerospace Services is officially entitled to provide, with immediate effect, for operators of commercial and noncommercial transport, who are being supported by RUAG Aerospace Services, the CAMO service, i. e. the management for the monitoring of continued airworthiness. Appropriate CAMO agreements can be made from now on.
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Revenues from oneworld alliance fares and sales activities rose by more than 10 per cent year-on-year to almost US$675 million in 2006, helping its partners maintain their record as the most financially sound grouping of airlines. The seven established member airlines sharing those alliance revenues - American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific Airways, Finnair, Iberia, LAN and Qantas - classified almost two-thirds of that US$675 million total as "incremental" revenue, or money they would not have earned had it not been for oneworld. These revenues are expected to be given a substantial boost in 2007 with the addition to the alliance of Japan Airlines and its associates, Malév Hungarian Airlines, Royal Jordanian and affiliates LAN Argentina and LAN Ecuador from 1 April, followed by Dragonair later this year. Some 8 million passengers transferred between the established oneworld member airlines' flights in 2006, one in every 30 customers they boa rded throughout the year. Revenues generated by this "interlining" activity within the alliance rose almost 5 per cent to some US$2 billion, including benefits from alliance fares and sales products. That represents almost 3.5 per cent of the established member airlines' total passenger revenues. While continuing to build revenues for its member airlines, the alliance also maintained its focus on supporting their efforts to reduce costs. Savings from its joint procurement activities now total almost US$300 million, with the bulk of 2006's benefits coming from initiatives in the Engineering and Maintenance arena.
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Business jet passengers will soon be better connected than ever with the reintroduction of Rockwell Collins eXchange broadband connectivity offering, featuring ARINC SKYLink's highly successful broadband network service. Under the terms of the agreement, Rockwell Collins will supply airborne broadband hardware and after sales support, while ARINC SKYLink will provide the Ku-band satellite service. ARINC will continue to provide SKYLink system sales and support until the transition to Rockwell Collins eXchange hardware is completed. eXchange is a real time, two-way connectivity system providing true broadband speeds of up to 3.5 Mbps to the aircraft. Coupled with the SKYLink satellite service, eXchange customers will have access to the Internet and corporate intranet (VPN), email, a flat-rate Voice over IP (VoIP) global telephone service, videoconferencing capability and more. Coverage for eXchange using the SKYLink service is currently available in North America and Eu rope, with North Atlantic coverage to be added soon. Further international coverage expansion is planned for the Caribbean and portions of South and Central America.
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Boeing and Philippine Airlines (PAL) announced that the airline has increased its fleet plans for Boeing 777-300ERs to a total of six airplanes with a new order for two of the popular and efficient twinjets. The order is an exercise of purchase rights disclosed in March when PAL placed an order for two 777-300ERs. In addition, PAL has an agreement in place to lease two 777-300ERs from GE Commercial Aviation Services. he two new airplanes have a list price value of about $500 million.
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According to a recent Eurobarometer opinion survey, Europeans are highly positive about the GALILEO program, which aims to develop Europe's own satellite-based navigation system. The survey indicates that most of EU citizens are aware of the role global positioning systems play in their everyday lives, know about possible applications and are firmly behind the development of such new technologies. Furthermore, an overwhelming majority consider that Europe should set up an independent navigation system even if this involves securing additional public funds. "Europeans recognise that GALILEO could have a big impact on their life in the future and they expect greater effort at European level to develop this technology", said European commission Vice-President, Jacques Barrot, in charge of Transport. "Therefore, we will continue the work with Member States and industry to complete this major European innovation project and get the most out of our investments ."  
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Bombardier Aerospace announced that Croatia Airlines of Zagreb, Croatia has signed a firm order for four 76-seat Q400 high-speed airliners and has taken options on two additional Q400 aircraft. The value of the firm orders, based on the list price for the Q400 aircraft, is approximately $105 million US. The Q400 aircraft will replace three 48-seat ATR42 turboprops in Croatia Airlines' fleet, which also includes four Airbus A320 and four A319 aircraft.  
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Boeing and industry teammate Lockheed Martin successfully completed the first flight of the Small Diameter Bomb Increment II (SDB II) weapon system May 22 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. The Boeing SDB weapon system family, which includes the all-weather, moving target SDB II weapon, quadruples the number of weapons an aircraft can carry, enabling aircrews to attack more targets on each sortie. After an F-15E Strike Eagle launched the SDB II, the munition opened its control fins and wings and successfully completed its planned mission. The flight test demonstrated compatibility with the SDB BRU-61 pneumatic carriage system, the SDB logistics system and the low-risk air vehicle and autopilot design derived from the operational SDB I system. The flight followed successful ground and captive flight tests also performed at Eglin.
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Iridium Satellite announced that Air Logistics, one of the largest U.S. helicopter fleets serving the offshore oil industry, is equipping 125 aircraft with Iridium-based satellite systems for voice communications and automatic flight following. Sky Connect, an Iridium value-added manufacturer and reseller, will install its Mission Management Unit (MMU) on Air Logistics' helicopters operating in the Gulf of Mexico and Alaska. The MMU provides voice, tracking and text messages via the Iridium constellation with a single-switch control. Using preprogrammed text report functions, the MMU will allow Air Logistics crew members to send standard messages and flight plans, including the number of passengers or current fuel load.
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The 1722nd flight of a Soyuz launch vehicle was performed Thursday, June 7, 2007 from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome in Russia at 10:00 p.m. Moscow time (8:00 p.m. in Paris). Starsem, Arianespace and their Russian partners report that the governmental spacecraft was accurately placed on the target orbit. This was the fifth Soyuz family mission in 2007. It came after the successful Starsem's launch on May 30, 2007 of four Globalstar telecommunications satellites, used to augment the current first-generation LEO (low earth orbit) satellite constellation. With the introduction of the Soyuz at the Guiana Space Center (CSG), this famed Russian medium-class launch vehicle becomes an integral part of the European launcher fleet, together with the heavy-lift Ariane 5 and the lightweight Vega. To be offered to the commercial market, the Soyuz at CSG is Europe's reference medium-class launch vehicle for governmental and commercial missions.  
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Adam Aircraft announced that Hainan Zhong Hang Tai General Aviation Airlines, the Hainan, China based operating entity of Ameritech Aerospace has placed a firm order for 50 Adam Aircraft A700 VLJs on May 21, 2007. The order was formalized during the European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva, Switzerland. Adam Aircraft was chosen because of its handling capabilities and innovative look. A leading designer and manufacturer of advanced carbon composite aircraft for the twin piston and very light jet (VLJ) markets, Adam Aircraft provides the largest cabin and greatest value for fleet customers.
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On Wednesday, the Expedition 15 crew completed the second spacewalk in eight days and continued preparations for space shuttle Atlantis' arrival at the International Space Station. Commander Fyodor Yurchikhin and Flight Engineer Oleg Kotov opened the hatch on the Pirs docking compartment at 9:23 a.m. CDT to begin a spacewalk lasting 5 hours and 37 minutes. The cosmonauts installed sample containers on the Pirs module for a Russian experiment. The experiment, called Biorisk, looks at the effect of space on microorganisms. Next, the spacewalkers strung a section of Ethernet cable on the exterior of the Zarya module. This completed the installation of a remote computer network that will enable commanding of the station's Russian segment from the U.S. segment, if necessary. Yurchikhin and Kotov later moved to the primary task on the agenda, putting up 12 debris shield panels on the conical section of the Zvezda module. Five panels were installed last week, and six others w ere installed in 2002 to improve the module's protection from micrometeroid debris strikes. The aluminum panels each measure approximately 2 feet by 3 feet and are 1 inch thick. The spacewalk ended at 3 p.m. when the hatch on Pirs was closed. Both cosmonauts now have 11 hours and 2 minutes experience in the Russian Orlan spacesuits. This was the 83rd spacewalk in support of station assembly and maintenance, the 55th conducted from the station, and the 22nd conducted out of Pirs.
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Alliant Techsystems, the U.S. Navy team of PMA-242, the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division -- China Lake, and the Italian Air Force recently conducted the first Developmental Test (DT) firing of an Advanced Anti-Radiation Guided Missile (AARGM) from an F/A-18 aircraft on the China Lake test ranges on 25 May 2007. The test firing confirmed the effective integration of AARGM with the F/A-18 aircraft and the continued progress of fielding a long-range, precision strike capability against a wide array of time critical targets. The missile successfully achieved safe separation from the aircraft, navigated over an extended range to the designated target location, and guided to a direct hit. The successful flight test met all test objectives.  
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Thales UK has been awarded a contract by the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) to provide unmanned air vehicle (UAV) systems to support UK forces on current operations. The UAV systems will provide an urgently needed intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition and reconnaissance (ISTAR) capability for UK forces. The contract includes the provision of Hermes 450 UAV systems, as well as training of the UK MoD staff in the use and maintenance of the system, and the provision of contractor logistic support (CLS) and programme management services. This work will be managed from the U-TacS facility in Leicester, which currently employs approximately 100 personnel. U-TacS also provides the core UAV systems for the Thales UK Watchkeeper UAV system. Wing Commander Ian Gale from the ISTAR Equipment Capability Directorate of the UK MoD says: "This UAV system augments our current capability and will significantly increase the intelligence available for those members of our Arme d Forces currently on deployment around the world."  
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Astrium has been awarded a contract by Hispasat to design and build Amazonas-2, a powerful satellite which will increase the capacity offered by Hispasat on their American position to meet growing market demand. Equipped with a payload of 64 transponders (54 active transponders in Ku-band and 10 in C-band), Amazonas-2 will provide a full range of telecommunications services to Brazil, and North and South America from the 61°W orbital position in geostationary orbit. Amazonas-2 will be built on a Eurostar E3000 platform, the latest version of the highly successful Eurostar series. Amazonas-2 is the 46th Eurostar satellite ordered and the 18th in the Eurostar E3000 series. Amazonas-2 will be delivered in orbit in 2009. The spacecraft will have a launch mass of 5,400kg, a payload power of 12kW and a design lifetime of 15 years.  
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Russia's parliament has ratified a technology cooperation pact that removes the last remaining hurdle to Korea's space program, the government said Thursday (June 7). "The Russian Senate passed the Technology Safeguard Agreement on Wednesday that outlines the transfer and protection of sensitive rocket technology and parts," a press release by the Ministry of Science and Technology said. It said the pact will go into effect in late June. The ministry said this step will allow Russia to ship the first stage booster of the Korea Space Launch Vehicle-1 (KSLV-1) rocket that is scheduled to blast off late next year. The second stage part of the rocket is being constructed in South Korea with the help of Russian technology. The two will be put together and tested at the nearly complete Naro Space Center in Goheung, South Jeolla Province next year. The KSLV-1 will carry an experimental satellite into orbit, and will be the first space vehicle to be launched from Kor ean soil. If the launch takes place on time, the country will be the 13th in the world assemble its own satellite and rocket and launch it into space.  
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Aer Lingus has become the latest airline to select the all-new A350 XWB (Extra Wide Body). In its biggest ever commitment for long-haul aircraft, the Irish airline has decided to purchase six A350 XWBs, along with six additional A330-300s. Aer Lingus' new A350 XWBs will be deployed on the airline's growing long haul network to the United States and on other new routes and will replace some of their earlier A330s. The additional six new A330-300s will provide further growth opportunities in the short term until the first of the A350 XWBs are delivered. Both the A350 XWB and the A330-300s will be in a two class configuration featuring Aer Lingus' new premier class product. Aer Lingus is an all Airbus carrier with a fleet of 30 A320 Family aircraft, with one further aircraft to come next year, and eight A330s, with a further A330 being delivered in the Summer of 2007.  
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Boeing learned that the U.S. Air Force C-130 Avionics Modernization Program (AMP), for which it is under contract, has been recertified by the U.S. Department of Defense. We are extremely pleased with the decision to recertify the program and remain committed to providing this stellar capability the warfighter so urgently needs. The announcement paves the way for the program to continue upgrading 222 C-130 aircraft so warfighters will have a platform that provides increased situational awareness, commonality and flexibility at one tenth the cost of a new, basic C-130J aircraft.
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Airbus presented its new organisation to its European Works Council (ECA) and to the French Comité d'Entreprise. This new, simplified and streamlined organisation aims at better integrating and rationalising the company on a trans-national basis, with clearer interfaces and strong transversal processes. This should make it more efficient and productive, and therefore better able to face the challenges ahead. This organisation gives clear priority to operational activities and programmes It follows the announcement on Power 8 made on 28th February 2007, and will boost its implementation. In order to fully integrate the functions at Airbus, trans-national organisations are being implemented for industrial Operations, Programmes and Procurement. They will also support the "extended enterprise" which is to include key partners and suppliers. The role of Engineering, led by Patrick Gavin, is to concentrate on the design offices, aircraft integration and arc hitecture, research and technology, the flight test centre and related activities, as well as all activities related to Airworthiness. Their work will be managed in a trans-national fashion, with reinforced technical authority and the strengthening of the "aircraft architect" role. Also, as announced in February, the Head of "Operations" Gerald Weber will oversee four Centres of Excellence (CoE), which are now fully trans-national and are organised around complete aircraft elements, rather than on a national basis. The CoEs cover Fuselage and Cabin headed by Rüdiger Fuchs, Wing and Pylon Brian Fleet, Aft Fuselage and Empennage Manuel Hita-Romero and Aerostructures Bertrand George. The CoE "Aerostructures" will oversee the sites of Nordenham, Varel, Laupheim, Nantes, Meaulte and St Nazaire (Ville). "Fuselage" will be in charge of parts of Hamburg, Toulouse, Bremen, as well as St Nazaire (Gron) and Buxtehude. The CoE "Wing & Py lon" has responsibility over Filton, Broughton, St Eloi and part of Bremen, while the CoE "Aft fuselage and Empennage" works with Hamburg, Stade, Getafe, Puerto Real and Illescas.  
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Ryanair released record net profits of Euro401m, a 33% increase over the prior year figure and euro 11m ahead of previous guidance. Ryanair's traffic grew by 22% to 42.5m, yields rose 7%, as revenues grew by 32% to Euro2.24bn. Unit costs increased by 9% mainly due to a 50% increase in fuel costs. Despite this significantly higher fuel bill, Ryanair maintained an industry leading after tax margin of 18%. Ryanair's CEO Michael O'Leary said: "These record profits and the strong growth in traffic, yields and revenues during a period of much higher oil prices and intense competition is a tribute to the strength of Ryanair's lowest fare model. The highlights of the past year include: Profit growth of 33% to €401m - Up €100m on last year. Purchase of 30 new aircraft, bringing the fleet to 133 units at year end. Opening 153 new routes (including 3 new bases at Marseille, Madrid and Bremen). Strengthened the balance sheet with year end cash of Euro2.2bn. The unus ual feature of these results was the 7% rise in average fares, despite the 22% growth in traffic. This increase was largely driven by competitor fare increases and competitor fuel surcharges, as well as our checked baggage fees which are designed to encourage passengers to travel with carry-on luggage only. Forward bookings and yields continue to be soft and Ryanair continues to respond with aggressive price promotions including a current offer of £20 off all return fares on all flights. As has always been the case, Ryanair will lead and win every fare war in Europe, because Ryanair has the lowest costs and the lowest fares. As we indicated at the release of our April traffic statistics, we have recently noticed a softening of market conditions which has been reflected in lower load factors and yields. Whilst we remain confident that traffic over the coming year will grow by 22% to over 52 million passengers, we believe that if trading conditions continue to be soft, th en yields will fall by up to 5% compared to last year's figure. Unit costs will rise over the coming year by 6% or 7%, largely due to longer sector lengths (+7%), substantially higher airport charges at Stansted and Dublin and a one time increase in cabin crew ratios, although these will be partially offset by the lower fuel costs already secured through our hedging programme. As a result we expect profit growth over the coming year to be more modest and to rise by approximately 5%.
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The space shuttle Atlantis and its seven-member crew lifted off Friday from NASA's Kennedy Space Center at 7:38 p.m. EDT to continue construction of the International Space Station. During the 11-day mission, designated STS-117, the crew will add a new structural component to the station, deploy a new set of solar arrays and retract an existing array. Similar construction work was conducted on the previous two shuttle missions. The mission will deliver and install the 17.5 ton S3/S4 truss segments. This latest addition to the station's backbone will extend the right side of the truss and includes a new set of solar arrays. When unfolded, the 240-foot arrays provide additional power to the station in preparation for the arrival of new science modules from the European and Japanese space agencies. The crew also will retract a solar array to allow for the rotation of the new arrays to track the sun. Atlantis' crew is Sturckow, Pilot Lee Archambault and mission specialists Patrick Forrester, Steven Swanson, John "Danny" Olivas, Jim Reilly and Anderson.
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Eagle Copters Ltd. announced that it has obtained Transport Canada Supplemental Type Certificate approval for the Single Engine Conversion of the Bell 212, universally known as the "Eagle Single." This revolutionary project, thought to be first of its kind, will provide owners and operators with distinct advantages in the utility rotorcraft marketplace by offering increased payload capacity, easy accessibility to the engine, and greater flexibility in mission configurations.  In addition to structural enhancements, improvements have also been made to the avionics, aircraft wiring and instrument panel. The Eagle Single can be maintained using currently available part numbers as well as a wide variety of approved accessories. This project represents a significant achievement for the Calgary based Bell Medium specialists made possible by the hard work and dedication of the employees of both Eagle Copters and wholly owned subsidiary DART Aerospace.
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US Airways adds to its list of European destinations with the start of new service today to Zurich, Switzerland from its hub in Philadelphia. In addition to Zurich, US Airways also initiated new service to Athens, Greece which began on May 25 and Brussels, Belgium which started on June 1. The airline also began serving the following seasonal markets: Stockholm, Lisbon, Shannon, Venice, Barcelona and Glasgow. In total, US Airways serves 19 European cities with 22 daily flights.
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In May 2007, Air Berlin transported 234,647 more passengers on international and domestic flights than in the same month of the previous year. This corresponds to an increase of 12.4 per cent. Whereas the number of passengers flying Air Berlin had amounted to 1,887,347 in May 2006, this figure increased to 2,121,994 passengers in May 2007. Fleet capacity utilization rose to 77.8 per cent (05/2006: 77.5 per cent), an improvement of 0.4 percentage points. The accumulated number of passengers also showed double-digit growth. The number of passengers welcomed on board in the first five months of 2007 increased by 11.1 per cent to 7,972,414. In the first five months of the previous year, Air Berlin had recorded a total of 7,176,106 passengers. During this time period, capacity utilization increased by 0.7 percentage points, i.e. from 71.9 per cent to 72.6 per cent. The following German airports recorded exceptional growth: Nuremberg (+22.5 per cent), Hamburg (+20.9 per cent ) and Berlin-Tegel (+17.2). Outside of Germany, Vienna took the lead with an increase of 9.9 per cent, followed by Palma de Mallorca (+9.3 per cent) and Zurich (+7.1 per cent).

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