Rolls-Royce wants to jump on board on Chinese-Russian CRAIC CR929 | AeroTime

DAILY NEWSLETTER | 16 April 2018
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Rolls-Royce to bid for new China-Russia wide-body jet engines

Rolls-Royce will join the bid to provide engines for the CRAIC CR929 (formerly known as C929), a new wide-body jetliner China is developing together with Russia, the China Daily newspaper reported on April 14, 2018. The first round of bidding is expected to begin in May 2018.

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F-22 incident hints faulty engine

An F-22 Raptor of the 3rd Air Force Wing reportedly had an incident during takeoff at the air training center NAS Fallon. According to pictures on social media, the fighter skidded along the runway before coming to a stop. The pilot exited the aircraft unharmed.

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Boeing‘s first 737-800BCF receives FAA and EASA certification

The first B737-800BCF (Boeing Converted Freighter) received certification from the EASA and the FAA, Boeing announced on April 12, 2018.

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Rolls Royce to undergo advanced Trent 1000 inspections
IATP conference highlights – mixed reality to change aviation
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