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Paris Air Show wrapup: about 1,460 aircraft sales announced in week of transactions, with Airbus and Embraer big winners

Paris Air Show wrapup: about 1,460 aircraft sales announced in week of transactions, with Airbus and Embraer big winners

PARIS, 20 June, 2013. The 50th Paris Air Show wrapped up today in Le Bourget, France, with aviation companies present announcing deals for about 1,460 aircraft over the show's four business days, signaling not only a healthy global aerospace industry, but also the growing importance of small-to-medium-sized regional passenger jet aircraft.

TE introduces 369 series connectors to help meet aerospace cabin needs

PARIS, 20 June 2013. TE Connectivity (TE) introduced its new DEUTSCH brand 369 Series connectors which provide a range of high-reliability, lightweight, compact, and cost-efficient options suited to harsh aerospace environments and civil aerospace cabin systems applications.

Australian aerospace company Ferra Engineering to expand in Oklahoma

PARIS, 20 June 2013. Ferra Engineering CEO Mark Sherrer, together with Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin at the Paris Air Show, announced plans to expand into a new location in Grove, Okla. The company expects to employ 20 workers at the new site and anticipates significant growth and expansion opportunities.  

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and aircraft manufacturer Diamond Aircraft Industries partner in Daytona Beach

PARIS, 20 June 2013. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University President Dr. John P. Johnson and Diamond Aircraft Industries CEO/Owner Christian Dries signed a partnership agreement to establish the global manufacturer’s presence at the university’s Daytona Beach Campus.

Terma enters into F-35 long-term agreement with BAE Systems

PARIS, 20 June 2013. Terma, a Danish defense group, has entered into a long-term agreement with BAE Systems, valued at more than $35 million (USD) including follow-on options, for the manufacture of composite parts for the international F-35 Lightning II program.

Raytheon welcomes students to Paris Air Show to compete in international rocketry challenge

PARIS, 20 June 2013. Raytheon is welcoming student rocketeers from France, the United Kingdom, and the United States to Le Bourget as they compete for the global championship in the annual international rocketry challenge.

L-3 Aviation Products grows presence, dedication to emerging Indian aerospace sector

PARIS, 20 June 2013. L-3 Aviation Products (AP) has established a presence in India to provide technical support for its customers, engineering oversight for programs and expanded business development coverage.

United Airlines increases Dreamliner order to 65, becomes North American Launch Customer for Boeing 787-10

PARIS, 19 June 2013. United Airlines (NYSE:UAL) increased its 787 Dreamliner order to 65 aircraft (including six previously delivered aircraft) with an order for twenty 787-10s.

Air Lease Corp. commits to 30 Boeing 787-10Xs, additional 787-9s

PARIS, 19 June 2013. Boeing (NYSE:BA) announced at the Paris Air Show a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Air Lease Corp. (ALC) in Los Angeles to purchase 33 airplanes, including three 787-9 and thirty 787-10X Dreamliners.

Paris aircraft sales exceed 1,300 Wednesday, as Airbus and Boeing ink major deals for single-aisle and widebody jets

Paris aircraft sales exceed 1,300 Wednesday, as Airbus and Boeing ink major deals for single-aisle and widebody jets

PARIS, 19 June 2013. Total commercial and general aviation aircraft sales at this year's Paris Air Show in Le Bourget, France, reached 1,309 today as U.S. jetliner maker the Boeing Co. in Seattle made up for lost time Wednesday and notched 213 aircraft sales of current and future versions of the company's 737 single-aisle passenger jet.

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