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Articles tagged with: engines

05 December 2014

Reengining Works Great. What About Retrofits?

Author: Richard L. Aboulafia, Drawn From: World Military & Civil Aircraft Briefing

Reengining Works Great. What About Retrofits?

With the remarkable commercial success of Airbus's A320neo family, Boeing's 737 MAX series and Embraer's E2 70/110-seat jets, it's clear the market is very happy with reengined jetliners. These new products, and other reengined aircraft, have already racked up more than 6,000 new orders over the past three years.

02 May 2014

Injunction on RD-180 Engine Sales May Have Broader Implications

Author: Marco A. Cáceres, Drawn From: World Space Systems Briefing

US Court of Federal Claims Judge Susan Braden's injunction on Wednesday prohibiting United Launch Alliance (ULA) of Denver, Colorado, from procuring more RD-180 liquid-fuel engines from NPO Energomash (through the US-Russian joint venture RD AMROSS) could have much broader implications for the United States than first meets the eye. 

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