Malaysian Company ACM receives 777 supplier contract

Boeing has selected Asian Composite Manufacturing (ACM) to provide the elevator and rudder-machined honeycomb core for Boeing’s 777 airplane. The contract was awarded based on ACM’s capacity and capability to complete the work on schedule and its reliability as a supplier and cost effective producer. Hawker de Havilland (HdH), a Boeing subsidiary, headquartered in Port Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, is the Boeing integrator for the 777 elevator and rudder. Financial terms of the contract were not disclosed.

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ANA signs agreement with Hamilton Sundstrand for maintenance support

Hamilton Sundstrand signed a Working Together Team agreement with All Nippon Airways (ANA) to provide a total supply chain maintenance solution for its systems on the airline’s fleet of 50 Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft. Under the 10-year agreement, Hamilton Sundstrand will provide inventory support services, repair services, logistics and technical cooperation with ANA engineering on its 787 fleet’s electric power system, air management systems, nitrogen generation system, auxiliary power systems, and primary and remote power distribution systems. This Working Together Team approach expands upon ANA’s existing On Site Support program, which provides spare parts support on a variety of aircraft Read more

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Cascade Aerospace wins 12 year contract for Q400-MR Airtanker maintenance

Cascade Aerospace has been awarded a 12 year contract effective October 2008 to provide operational line support and heavy maintenance services to the Government of France’s civil protection agency, Department de la Direction de la SecuritCivile (DDSC), for their Q400-MR Multi-Role Airtankers based at Marignane, France. Cascade Aerospace built and delivered two Q400-MR Multi-Role Airtankers to the French government in 2005, to enable multi-role operations.

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Astronics awarded development and production contract

Astronics Corporation received a $1.2 million order from Boeing Integrated Defense Systems, a unit of The Boeing Company, to develop and produce an anti-collision light kit for the T-45 Goshawk Naval Training Aircraft. Development of the product is scheduled to be completed in January 2009 with product shipments to span a one-year period beginning in June 2009.

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