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Phil Milazzo, CEO of HM Dunn Aerosystems announced the realisation of a multi-year supply chain partnership with Sunshine Metals, an Aero Metals Alliance company during the 2016 Farnborough International Airshow.
According to Milazzo, the agreement for aerospace plate products and value-add machining services “builds the winning relationship that will make both HM Dunn and Sunshine Metals successful for many years to come”.
Sam Romeo, president of Sunshine Metals, stated: “Aero Metals Alliance remains dedicated to the creation of innovative supply chain systems that reduce waste while optimising bottom-line value for every customer.”Details
According to a report from Reuters, Boeing (NYSE: BA) has gotten approval from the Pentagon for the sale of up to nine P-8A Poseidon aircraft to Britain. While Congress could still block the deal, the close relations between the two countries make any legislative roadblocks unlikely.
Should the sale go through, it would check off the priority for the surveillance and anti-submarine warfare capabilities the U.K.’s increased defense budget sought in procuring the P-8A.
The aircraft is based off Boeing’s 737-800 passenger jet, a plane which Wichita-based Spirit AeroSystems Inc. (NYSE: SPR), with the help of its local supply base, builds about 70 percent of for Boeing.Details
Air France will end more than 40 years of Boeing 747 operations with a final commercial flight from Mexico City to Paris-Charles de Gaulle (CDG) on Jan. 10.
The French flag carrier will conduct two tribute 747 flights over France and several landmarks on Jan. 14 to and from Paris CDG.
The SkyTeam member was an early customer of the 747—its first flight from Paris to New York launched June 3, 1970.
Icelandic ACMI specialist Air Atlanta recently acquired two Air France 747-400s.
After Jan. 10, Air France will operate 3X-weekly Paris CDG-Mexico City using an Airbus A380 and 4X-weekly with a Boeing 777-300ER, becoming daily A380 service from the end of March.Details