The long awaited Global 7000 has finally entered the final stage of completion. The current progress of the aircraft is destined to obtain its type certificate during the second half of the current year. To date the aircraft has incurred over 1300 flight hours through out the testing period. Managing to complete what is known as fatigue testing to their full airframe of the FTV5. Read more >>

Posted on March 28, 2018 Anthony Cordle Aviation News

The Canadian based airline Viking just secured a qualification approval from Transport Canada. This qualification approval is for the Level D full flight simulator for the 400 Twin Otter family of aircraft. The actual approval is through Viking Air’s sister company, Pacific Sky Aviation. Read more >>

Posted on January 29, 2018 Anthony Cordle Aviation News

Mirabel, QC Canada is home to the Bell Helicopter Textron facility that has completed a significant mark as a entire facility. The Mirabel location has completed its 5000 aircraft with the hard and efficient work of its employees. As Bell continues to increase its order log it requires from many of its locations to complete these orders in a timely fashion and is no easy task. Building up to the completion of the 5000th aircraft, Bell was presented with an order from a Chinese company known as Shaanxi Helicopter Co Ltd. (SHC). The order was detailed with the completion of 100 of Bells 407GXPs type aircrafts. Read more >>

Posted on January 22, 2018 Anthony Cordle Aviation News

Dassault Aviation is using Pratt & Whitney Canada’s (P&WC) PurePower PW800 engine to power their new Falcon Business Jet. After experiencing delays on the Falcon 5X project due to problems with the Snecma Silvercrest engine, Dassault canceled the project last month and launched a new Falcon model with the same fuselage cross section and P&WC engines instead. Read more >>

Posted on January 9, 2018 Anthony Cordle Aviation News

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. Read more >>

Posted on April 12, 2017 Anthony Cordle Aviation News

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