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  1. Gulfstream reduces aircraft -production rates to balance deliveries for 2009 and 2010

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    Mon, 9 Mar 2009

    FALLS CHURCH, Va. 9 Mar. 2009 General Dynamics officials announced today that, as a result of deterioration in the backlog, particularly during the month of February, and continued weak demand, Gulfstream Aerospace has found it necessary to cut large-cabin aircraft production and green-aircraft ...

  2. Overall aerospace market out of the red, into the black, says Teal Group’s Aboulafia at IESF

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    Tue, 29 Apr 2014

    commercial aviation and commercial space, and are shifting focus to include commercial and general aviation - Commercial aircraft production has increased over 10 percent annually over the past 10 years and is at a peak

  1. U.S. Department of Defense and Lockheed Martin reach agreement on lower-cost F-35 military aircraft contracts

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    Thu, 1 Aug 2013

    principle for the next two F-35 Lightning I I aircraft production contracts, following a six-month contracting ..... delivery on that commitment. We know how critical aircraft production is to meeting our services’ Initial Operational Capability

  2. Global demand for aerospace composites to reach $4.2 billion in 2018

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    Thu, 4 Apr 2013

    industry achieved double-digit growth in 2012, driven by the continued ramp up of new and existing large commercial aircraft production and increased build rates across the military, civil helicopters, and certain business jet aircraft, according

  3. Navy looks to Cobham to provide AN/ALQ-99 electronic warfare antennas for U.S. and Australian combat aircraft

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    Sun, 23 Mar 2014

    Related: Cobham to provide electronic warfare antennas and avionics for Navy and Marine Corps EA-6B and EA-18G aircraft Production under this option will begin later this year and should be finished by late 2015. This award brings the total

  4. Global commercial aircraft sector grew 8.9 percent in 2013; record production expected to continue, says Deloitte

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    Tue, 15 Apr 2014

    fuel-efficient models. The analysis found that aircraft production levels in 2013 were 31 percent higher than 2010 ..... global recession, the record levels of commercial aircraft production are expected to continue, with announced rate

  5. Airbus boosts single-aisle aircraft production to rate 40 per month by 2012

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    Fri, 30 Jul 2010

    TOULOUSE, France, 30 July 2010. Airbus will increase the monthly production rate of its A320 family aircraft to 38 per month in August 2011 and to 40 per month in first quarter 2012. Currently Airbus turns out 34 A320 family aircraft per month rising to 36 from December 2010. For the time being the

  6. Airbus to establish first assembly line in U.S., produce A320 single-aisle aircraft in Alabama

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    Mon, 2 Jul 2012

    MOBILE, Ala., 2 July 2012. Airbus executives announced plans to establish the company’s first aircraft production facility in the United States. The new U.S. manufacturing facility will be located at the Brookley Aeroplex in Mobile, Ala

  7. New P-8 production facility opened in Seattle by Boeing

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    Fri, 12 Nov 2010

    Posted by John McHale SEATTLE, 12 Nov. 2010. Boeing [NYSE: BA] opened a new P-8 aircraft production facility near Boeing Field in Seattle. The refurbished factory provides Boeing and its P-8 teammates the space to install mission

  8. Eastern Washington, North Idaho organizations prep for global aerospace growth

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    Thu, 18 Oct 2012

    Aerospace companies throughout Spokane County, Wash., and North Idaho are benefitting from “a global surge in aircraft production ,” reveals Scott Maben , author of “ Inland Northwest aerospace poised for takeoff ” in The Spokesman-Review