Pilot training to the next level

The job of a pilot is prestigious but risky and difficult, on average pilots spend about 70 to 100 hours a month in the air. Therefore, piloting requires high attention to detail, patience as well as hard and intensive training. The F-35 Full Mission Simulator (FMS) is the next-generation U.S. fighter aircraft pilot training.

In all of the simulators, F-35 software is used to give students the most realistic experience possible while accelerating the process for software upgrades as the F-35 continues to develop and mature.

The FMS includes a high-fidelity 360-degree visual display system and is the highest fidelity trainer in the F-35 pilot-training-device suite, accurately replicating all F-35 sensors and weapons deployment. Moreover, the pilot will experience the standard takeoff and landing, together with short takeover and vertical landing. The two main components in the FMS are the RGB Spectrum DGy JPEG 2000 recording and streaming codec and the Multicast Video Server (MVS) multi-channel storage and recording management system.

Revolutionary situational awareness is provided by the advance technology of the F-35’s Helmet Mounted Display System (HMDS). Day or night, the pilot is able to experience extreme spatial orientation, tactical superiority and superior weapons targeting. Six infrared cameras arranged around the aircraft allows the pilots to “look through” the airplane in real-time imagery. On the other hand, on the helmet’s visor is projected all the necessary data pilots need to complete their mission: altitude, heading, airspeed and warnings.

Since its founding in 1987, RGB Spectrum has established itself as a leading designer and manufacturer of cutting-edge video/graphics processors and decision support systems.

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Philippine Airlines

During the 2017 Paris Airshow the renown Philippines Airlines announced of their planned expansion curtesy of Bombardier within the next couple of years. The agreement was based on a set of 7 new Q400 bombardier aircrafts.  Only to be an addition to Philippines airways previous order of 5 Q400 that is dated back to December of 2016.

Both parties will benefit tremendously from the completion of this agreement. Bombardier appreciates the airlines business and is very pleased with the continuing relationship that they have carried out. Per a statement of Bombardiers Commercial Aircrafts President, Fred Comer,” The Q400 aircraft have helped airlines around the world expand their networks, and capture new opportunities.” Continuing his statement with,” We are delighted that Philippine Airlines is growing its fleet with more Q400 aircraft, and are confident that the airline will benefit from the aircraft’s outstanding economics and performance.”

The recent order of more Q400 models is part of the Filipino Airline strategy to expand their company and totals an order of 12 Q400s. This purchase is estimated to cost up to 235 million US dollars for the renowned airline.

The beginning of the shipment is said to begin in the month of July 2017.  With the completion of the order beginning deliveres to the Filipino Airline it would increase the total of Bombardiers Q400 to a total of 585 on order.

Philippines Airlines is eager with the addition of the new aircrafts. As President & Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Jaime J Batista stated,” We are thrilled about the opportunities that lie ahead, and we look forward to offering more capacity and improving connectivity in the region with comfortable, fast and efficient regional aircraft like Bombardiers 86 seat turboprops.”

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BAE Charge Flight Trials of Eurofighter

BAE Systems has triumphantly achived flight trials of Eurofighter Typhoon with MBDA's Brimstone air-to-surface weapon. The trials were conducted using the UK Typhoon Instrumented Production Aircraft (IPA) 6 to gather air data on the weapon and increase the carriage envelope. During the trials, Aero Data Gathering (ADG) flights were performed to test how the addition of the Brimstone weapon and other assets cooperate with the aircraft’s flight control system software.

BAE Systems Military Air & Information business Chief Test Pilot Steve Formoso said: “The results have been excellent, with the pilot maintaining maneuverability whilst carrying a heavy weapons load. The detailed results of these trials will now be analyzed and further testing carried out ahead of firing trials. The low-collateral Brimstone will provide the Typhoon pilot with the ability to precisely attack fast-moving targets at range, further enhancing the aircraft’s already potent air-to-surface capabilities.”

The flight trials design is part of the ongoing improvement work on the Phase 3 Enhancement (P3E) package for Typhoon. The P3E package also consist of delivering sensor and mission system upgrades as part of Project Centurion to ensure a smooth development of Tornado efficiency on to Typhoon for the Royal Air Force by the end of 2018.

Roughly 40 trials were operated by pilots from the Royal Air Force’s 41(R) Squadron to assimilate Brimstone with Typhoon. The aircraft flew with, two Pave way IV laser-guided / GPS bombs and two launchers each containing three Brimstone missiles, four AMRAAM, and two ASRAAM.  Also, firing trials are normally to be run later this year to test the capability of the weapon in operational scenarios.

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Singapore Airline

Boeing and Singapore Airlines are have outlined an agreement for a new renovation to the Singapore airline aircrafts. A total of 30 aircrafts have been proposed to be able to replace the existing fleet consisting of different types of Boeing aircraft parts and models such as the (20) 777-9 and the (19) 787-10 Dreamliner aircraft. Also including six different types of aircraft model options that Boeing can provide which will increase the number of total aircrafts provided if agreed upon. The intended agreement also consists of being able to swap out the 787-10 aircrafts for different types of models of the 787 group. The entire transaction is estimated to cost and approximated 13.8 billion US dollars.

Not only will this benefit both parties but will be most valuable to Singapore Airlines as they intend to renovate their aircrafts to help them revitalize their airlines for the upcoming decade. Very eager to be able to receive the intended aircrafts Singapore Airlines CEO Goh Choon Phong states,” Todays major order for widebody aircraft enables us to continue operating a modern and fuel- efficient fleet, providing the SIA Group with additional expansion opportunities to ensure that we retain our industry- leading position.” They are determined to better the airlines by any means possible by continuing to invest into future of the Airlines.

General Electric is being imposed with the responsibility of providing their GE9X engines for the 777-9s aircraft models that are going to be used for long routes. With help of Rolls Royce that will be providing their 1000 engine to be able to get the 787-10s up and running to service their medium distance routes.

This recent letter of intent is an addition to their previous agreement that consisted of (30) 787-10 Dreamliners that were placed in the year 2013.

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Mid-Flight Refueling Station

On February 16 2017 Belgium, Germany and Norway’s defense ministers all signed a declaration of intent to be a part of the European multinational fleet of Airbus tankers. The decision was made to be able to full their aircrafts during longer missions more effectively without landing.

The European fleet was established by Netherlands and Luxemburg to help European fleets be able to extend their flights and not having to land. The idea was launched by the both countries in July of the year 2016 and was used first used for a pair of Airbus A330 Multi Role tanker transporter aircraft that has been proposed to be delivered in the year 2020.

Along with the contribution of other countries that pertain to the European group it will allow the fleet to be increased to up to 8 fully equipped aircrafts.

During the ceremony for the signing of the declaration, Rose Gottemoeller, the NATOs Deputy Secretary General stated,” is multinational cooperation through NATO is a clear way for countries to significantly improve their armed forces while ensuring the greatest value for money for their taxpayers.”

NATO not only believes that this new move will be a great way improve their way of mid-air fueling and a better way to not rely on the US for their refueling tankers.

This investment goes beyond then just refueling aircrafts for long range mission but is also a great way for to create a better relation between the NATO and the European Union. A great chance to enhance the NATOs air campaigns such as the ones carried out in Kosovo and Libya. Spending countless hours to be able to enhance ether program that will generate better effectiveness during long range mission for the newly joined countries. ASAP Aviation Procurement

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Aircraft Fueling

The US Air Force (USAF) has finished the first air-to-air refueling mission between a KC-135 Stratotanker and a Romanian Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft.

The USAF's 100th Air Refueling Wing (ARW) has helped the Romanian Air Force to get certified to obtain fuel from all US KC-135s. The 100th ARW, based at Royal Air Force Mildenhall, sent a 14-person crew and a KC-135 to Romania in support of the mission.

351st Air Refueling Squadron superintendent and a KC-135 boom operator Senior Master Sergeant Lee Adkins said, “It’s important for the interoperability between the two nations, because it shows our continuing cooperation with our partner nations here in the region. It’s amazing to be a part of and it’s something I don’t take lightly.”

Preceding to the latest mission, the Romanian Air Force F-16 has refueled from an Italian Airbus A330. The USAF stated it must achieve acclimatization training and certification to receive fuel from a US tanker and further their Nato integration. The 100th ARW is the only US air refueling unit in the European and African theatre. The Romanian Air Force presently operates a fleet of 12 F-16s bought from Portugal. The captain Mahaita Marin who is the F-16 Fighting Falcon pilot in Romanian Air Force said, “The air-to-air refueling (AAR) is a milestone for a developing air force, and I am definitely proud to be part of it.”

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Boeing 737

GE Aviation recently announced the delivery of the new flight management software Update 13 (U13) for the Boeing Aircraft 737 MAX. The new software will be standard fit for all 737 MAX production airplanes. GE Aviation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certified flight management system (FMS) software U13. This aviation software will be a best fit for all the 737 kind of aircraft which are having starting with 737 entry into service in 2017.

Alan Caslavka, president of Avionics for GE Aviation stated, "The 737 MAX flight management system is helping operators to reduce costs, while improving performance as it relates to on-time arrivals and less fuel, emissions and noise. We’ve worked with The Boeing Aircraft Company to include new state-of-the-art technologies on the 737 MAX and look forward to the entry into service.”

The U13 flight management software builds on U12 performance that featured runway situational awareness enhancements and combined approach and navigation development.   U13 provides several flight management improvements to the MAX aircraft which includes the use of CFM LEAP-1B performance model, which helps for fuel efficiencies through features like adaptable take-off thrust options, and improved situational awareness through integration with the MAX large area navigational displays.

GE’s FMS is installed on more than 12,000 aircraft globally. GE provides flight management systems for the Airbus A320/330/340, Boeing Aircraft 767 and KC-46 Tankers, U.S. Navy E-6 and P-8A aircraft, the USAF E-4 and C-130J, UK C-130J, Spanish Air Force C-130Js and many other aircraft. GE certified their first flight management computer in November 1984. GE ‘s FMS is an operating unit of General Electric Company (NYSE: GE), is a world-leading provider of commercial and military jet engines, and avionics, digital solutions and electrical power systems for aircraft.

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Bell Helicopter

On February 14th, Bell Helicopter opened its first training center in outside the United States in Spain. This is a huge lead forward for the customer service and support provider.

The training will begin with a level D simulator manufactured by TRY Simulation + Training and configured as a Bell 429. Some of the new designs of the Odyssey H device include “A curved, continuous screen/display with 11 projectors creating a 240-degree-horizontal by 80-degree-vertical field of view. To produce vibration within cockpit and to make it more realistic, it also has secondary motion base system. An iPad can serve as the instructor station, and the simulator is designed to swap out the cockpit module with a different helicopter type.”

Bell supports different customers worldwide, and this new training center allows the company to bring support closer to its customers outside the United States. As expected, Bell has received support from its European customers. Much to Bell’s surprise, it has received a lot of support from South America. It is currently waiting for Argentinian approval, as well as approval from other countries including India, Nigeria, Brazil and Chile.

Bell is expected to continue to do well in Europe, as it already has a strong base of customers. It currently totals close to seventy 429s in the European region. This includes 15 belonging to the Turkish national police and forestry, 7 to the Swedish national police, 3 to Air Transport Europe, and many other customers owning a single aircraft.

This Bell training center is also shared with Textron Citation’s service center facility. While one half of the simulation room remains empty, Textron is looking into placing a device meant for fixed wing pilot training and added value. The executive vice president of customer support believes that these new services provided will allow continuing growth from the state and police sectors.


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GUlfstream G600

Jet aircrafts are some of the most popular airplanes that exist today, they are considered compact but yet spacious, reliable, easy to handle and fuel efficient. Jet airplanes are very popular among many companies that like to use smaller size airplanes compared to the big commercial airplanes. Also lots of business people, celebrities and politicians enjoy the perks of having compact jet planes because they can be as small as private jets and can be as big as full size airplanes carrying over 100 passengers. Gulfstream which is a division of General Dynamics and specializes in designing, developing and manufacturing airplanes, Business-jet Aircrafts. Gulfstream – A leading aircraft manufacturer since 1958 and they have served more than 2000 planes to customers around the world. Some of the planes that you might of heard of are G500, G600, G650 and the G650ER.

Last year Gulfstream has produced a flight-test aircraft, a G600 flight-test aircraft and this year in February they have announced their second G600 which has completed a flight duration of over 4 hours and this made it join the flight-test campaign. Creating 2 test flights is said will create an accelerated program in order to push the G600 into service. One aircraft can be utilized to test speed and duration to see how far and how fast the aircraft can go, and the second aircraft can be utilized to test the load in the airplane and how much can the aircraft carry. Every step is designed to get the design of the aircraft closer to production and service. Therefore making the customers who are waiting for the product happy.

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Lockheed Martin

Lockheed Martin is a proud manufacturer and producer of aircrafts for the US Air Force and the government in general. This year Lockheed Martin is happy to announce that they are able to beat their schedule of the LM-100J which is going to be a commercial freighter very handy for transporting heavy items to sensitive locations such as war zone locations, and even used in search and rescue missions.  The LM-100J is going to be a much newer model of the old version of the L-100s which were delivered back in the 1960s and until 25 years ago. Having said that, the LM-100J is going to have a different cockpit with two-person accessibility to fly the plane. Also, the new LM 100J which resembles that of a fighter aircraft which means it’s going to have a military component manufacturer. Currently the aircraft is being assembled off the assembly line in Marietta, Georgia and they will have their first plane ready for takeoff for the first flight in the spring.

The LM-100J freighter jet comes with a two person access to crew members and carries the Rolls-Royce AE2100 engines, a very sophisticated engine that will be able to take the plane through its heavy duties without much effort. The Freighter jet will be very similar to the military freighter with few non-similarities. Lockheed Martin has orders already signed orders by ASL Aviation Group and Bravo Industries which are waiting for the end of the year to come to receive their planes.

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