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March 19, 2013News for the aerospace industry

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  • Ryanair announces $16 billion order for Boeing 737NGs
    Ryanair announced a $16 billion order for 175 Boeing 737NGs. "Hopefully it will help refocus people's minds on the fact that Boeing continues to deliver great aircraft and is growing strongly, rather than a minor issue on the 787," said Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary. Reuters (3/19) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • Senate ends debate on bill for continuing resolution
    The Senate voted to end debate on a bill for a continuing spending resolution to fund the government and avert a shutdown. The $982 billion bill also includes a 2013 Pentagon appropriations bill. The current continuing resolution expires on March 27. Defense News (3/18) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • Hagel asks Pentagon to review defense strategy
    Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has asked the Pentagon to review its strategy in light of recent budget cuts from sequestration. "The Department of Defense must constantly examine the choices that underlie our defense strategy, posture and investments, including all past assumptions and systems," Hagel said in a memo. Reuters (3/18) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  Commercial Aviation 
  • Blog: Industry panel questions success of NextGen
    A panel of industry experts questioned the effectiveness of NextGen at a conference in Washington, D.C. "NextGen isn't successful. Some of the projects within NextGen are very successful, but NextGen isn't," said Neil Planzer, Boeing vice president of air traffic management strategy. AIN Online/blog (3/17) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • Boeing tightens standard for 787
    Boeing has decided to use the tougher Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics standard for testing its 787 batteries. Boeing spokesman Marc Birtel said the aircraft manufacturer did not use the standard before because it was developed "after we had completed our certification plans and begun our testing efforts." Reuters (3/18), Frequent Business Traveler (3/15) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • Air Force plans to launch SBIRS GEO 2 satellite today
    The Air Force plans to launch a satellite today to track missiles around the world. The Space Based Infrared System Geosynchronous satellite, or SBIRS GEO 2, will launch atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 booster. "SBIRS is bringing unprecedented new capabilities into service to support our mission areas, which are missile warning, missile defense, technical intelligence and battlespace awareness," said Col. Jim Planeaux, director of the Infrared Space Systems Directorate at the Air Force's Space and Missile Systems Center. Spaceflight Now (3/17) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • Selling out fast - AIA SMC meeting with Northrop Grumman
    AIA's Spring Supplier Management Council Meeting is selling out fast. Space is very limited - and almost gone - for one-on-one, business-to-business meetings with Northrop Grumman. Learn more about the meeting here. LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • Reach AIA members - New advertising opportunity
    For the first time, AIA is publishing a comprehensive Membership Resource Guide to provide AIA members with information on all of the benefits and opportunities available to members. The first edition of the AIA Member Resource Guide will be available both in print and online, and distributed to all of AIA's members as well as high-level government and administration officials. If you are interested in advertising in AIA's Member Resource Guide, visit here. LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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