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Insight and analysis from the Aviation Week Network, the largest information and services provider to the global aviation, aerospace and defense industries.
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Vietnam Airlines awarded Rolls-Royce a $580 million TotalCare long-term engine support contract for Trent XWB engines that will power 14 Airbus A350XWB aircraft. Here are 6 facts about the Trent XWB. 

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GE Aviation's Cincinnati facility conducts many types of inspections for engines and engine components. Here are 6 different types of non-destructive testing that GE Aviation uses today.

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easyJet grew its fleet from 98 aircraft in 2005 to 218 aircraft in 2015.
See how the airline's fleet has changed over the last decade in this interactive infographic:

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Boeing's new Research & Technology-Alabama (BR&T-Alabama) facility will serve as the company’s hub for collaborative technology development with academic institutions and research partners in analytics and simulation in the southeast U.S.

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Lufthansa began its operations with two long-haul flights per week from Germany to New York in a Lockheed 1049 "Super G" Constellation in 1955. Here is a photo gallery of its 60 years of international flights. 

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Air France's fleet changes from 2005 to 2015 (Photo Slider Comparison) 

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The seemingly simple but highly complex aircraft evacuation slide system is FAA required on every aircraft with a floor higher than 6 ft. Learn more about these ubiquitous slides. 

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Skandia’s advanced flammability testing laboratory earned its ISO 17025 accreditation through American Association for Laboratory Accreditation designation. The accreditation includes Skandia’s process, training and testing procedures for flammability testing technicians. The ISO 17025 is an international flammability testing requirement for Airbus and Boeing commercial, military and executive aircraft. 

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Aircelle, part of Safran, developed a method to display logos and advertising on aircraft with thin electro-luminescent markings. This new lighting display unveiled its first appearance on an Airbus A380.

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