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Airbus Ponders 'Neo Plus' Upgrade Plan

Aviation Week has an article this week that reports on upgrade packages for the A320neo. When it came to the A320neo, Airbus deliberately focused on key propulsion and aerodynamic...

EPSRC invites Outline Proposals for £8m Call in Novel Manufacturing Instrumentation

Closing Date for Outlines: 16:00 on15th May 2014 The development of novel production technologies, processes and systems will require significant investment in the development of...

Robotics & Autonomous Systems: Challenges and Opportunities for the UK: 2014 Edition Available to Download Now

The Knowledge Transfer Network has published a significant new report into the possibilities of exploiting and adopting Robotics and Autonomous Systems (RAS) technologies for commercial markets....

Latest HyperWorks Release Showcased at Aerospace Expo

Altair will showcase the latest version of HyperWorks at the Aircraft Interiors Expo. The CAE software has the ability to assist aircraft design throughout the lifecycle of the product. ...

Engineers unveil round-the-world attempt solar aircraft

The team behind Solar Impulse 2 hope the 72m-wingspan single-seater aircraft will next year fly the approximately 35,000km (22,000 miles) route around the globe, broken into around 10 stages...

New report on the latest trends in the globalisation of manufacturing

The publication of Capturing value from global networks is timely in the context of a growing trend for reshoring and the government’s policy initiatives to support high value manufacturing in...

Low Speed Blow Down Wind Tunnel Availible

The ATI has been informed that the "Low Speed Blow Down Wind Tunnel" at Queen Mary University London is surplus to requirements there, and will be scrapped if we can find no alternative home for...

Bursary opportunities available for Aerospace Masters

There’s still time to apply for a bursary to cover tuition fees for MSc study starting in September 2014. The aim of the scheme is to bring into UK aerospace engineering talent, skill and/or...

Marlborough Manufactures Key Fixtures for Embraer

Marlborough Engineering based in Belfast has completed the manufacture of key fixtures for the new KC-390aircraft being developed by Brazilian aircraft company Embraer. Marlborough...

Aerospace Apprentices Visit the Houses of Parliment

On the 2nd April, apprentices from some of Britain’s leading aerospace companies attended a reception in the House of Commons, sponsored by UTC Aerospace Systems which directly employs over...

Aerospace sector deal to boost economy 'by hundreds of millions'

Small Northern Ireland businesses who supply major aerospace players like Bombardier, Thales, Boeing and Airbus are to benefit from a new partnership which could help boost the economy by...

Additive manufacturing is taking hold in aerospace sector

From toys to houses and prosthetics; not a day goes by without a headline about an ambitious new application for additive manufacturing or 3D printing. Yet for some large manufacturers,...

Understanding the physics of turbulent flows inside turbines of aero-engines

Researchers from the University of Southampton are aiming to shed new light into the physics of turbulent flows inside the turbines of aero-engines. The aerodynamics of the turbine blades...

Elite Launches R22 Trainer with Daedalus and Laminar

Elite Simulation Solutions, in cooperation with Daedalus Technologies and Laminar Research, has introduced the newest addition to its fleet of helicopter training devices. From startup, run up...

UK Tests Procedure to Cut Time at Heathrow

The U.K.'s national air navigation service provider, NATS, is testing a new operational procedure designed to reduce the amount of time aircraft spend circling around in "holding stacks" at...

Opinion: Aeroengines’ New Golden Age

We are arguably in the midst of another Golden Age. However, this one is not for aircraft, it is for gas turbines. Responding to the imperative for step-change improvements in fuel efficiency,...

Babcock bolsters servitization offering with £1bn Avincis deal

UK engineering company Babcock International has entered into a conditional agreement to buy emergency and search-and-rescue aircraft operator Avincis Group for £920 million ($1.52 billion) from...

High-altitude Airship Will Launch, Observe and Broadcast

Thales Alenia Space is leading a project to develop StratoBus, a platform designed to carry out missions including observation, security, telecommunications, broadcasting and navigation. ...

Airbus, Snecma Tackle Open-Rotor Integration

Under Europe's Clean Sky program, research conducted by teams led by Airbus and Snecma has concluded that a 2030-timeframe short/medium-range airliner with counter-rotating open-rotor engines is...

Presentations from the 11th Simulation & Synthetic Environments Symposium now Available to Download

All presentations from the 11th Simulation & Synthetic Environments Symposium, which took place at the Hallam Conference Centre in London on 26th March 2014, are available to download. ...
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