Posts Tagged “podcast”

Embraer lands in Silicon Valley looking for disruptive innovation

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Embraer announced that it is forming innovation teams in Silicon Valley and in Boston, in the United States. The objective is to explore business opportunities in the future of air transportation, with the collaboration of startups, investors, academia, and corporations. The team will seek partnerships that enable new business models and technologies. Operations will begin…

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Lockheed Martin’s LM-100J – podcast discussing the new aircraft

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Tom Wetherall, Lockheed Martin’s Director of LM-100J Business Development spent a few minutes discussing the latest version (there have been some 25 versions) of this aircraft, that first flew in 1955. Related posts: LM100J coming along A400M in the news again China flexes aerospace muscle Sikorsky Update at HAI Heli-Expo 2017

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Base2 Solutions and the 737 MAX

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Base2 Solutions has developed a software solution that will speed up 737MAX operators’ ability to turn their airplane even as it monitors 6,000 sensors.   Related posts: Aircraft noise The 180-200 Seat Segment Premium #203 – The Impact of Fuel Price and the Benefits of Re-Engined Aircraft Randy Tinseth – a quick take at ISTAT

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CIT on the Twin Aisle Evolution

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On last day of February, CIT produced a n interesting report titled: “The Twin Aisle Evolution“.  Today we got to speak with one of the report’s authors about it. Related posts: ISTAT 2014 – CIT BOC Aviation – Bucking Lessor Trends in Engine Selection? Steve Mason CIT at ISTAT Prague 2015

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ViaSat’s Connectivity Business

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Don Buchman, VP & GM Commercial Mobility at San Diego-based ViaSat talks about the technology and their business model. Related posts: American Airlines selects ViaSat American Airlines switches WiFi vendors jetBlue and free Wi-Fi: Competing on Service American Airlines ditches seat back IFE on MAX

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Middle of Market Podcast – Advantage Airbus?

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The MoM issue spiked again at last week’s ISTAT Americas.  We spoke with Teal Group’s Richard Aboulafia to get his thoughts. Assuming Game Theory, it sounds like Airbus has the upper hand. For now.  The options Boeing faces are not easy or cheap. Related posts: LCI’s Mike Platt, Unplugged Airbus’ A380 and Timing What does…

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