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It is an interesting twist on the theory of six degrees of separation that every time you get on a Qantas or Jetstar 787 (and a majority of 787s with airlines worldwide for that matter) you have, in part, to thank Kathy MacKenzie and her team for getting you to your destination safely and efficiently. 

Constant Evolution
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Constant Evolution

by WOFA October 29, 2019

While the operational arm of the RAAF will be working hard to get the F-35 up-to-speed as quickly and efficiently as possible, Lockheed Martin, the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) Program Office (JPO) and the partner nations are studying where next to take the F-35’s capability.

Ready to Rise – GE9X

Ready to Rise – GE9X

by WOFA October 29, 2019

A key milestone was achieved at the Boeing Everett factory in Washington in November when engineers completed assembly of the major fuselage sections of the first flight-test B777X, the manufacturer’s latest long-haul, twin-aisle jet.

Boeing CFO says 777-9X first flight on track for later in 2019

Boeing chief financial officer Greg Smith says the 777-9X is still on track to begin flight tests later in 2019 despite the need for some re-testing work on the GE9X engines powering the aircraft.

New York and premium class on Air New Zealand’s mind with new fleet

Air New Zealand chief executive Christopher Luxon was in a New York state of mind when announcing the airline's Boeing 787-10 order in Auckland on Monday.

Bell 525 Relentless CT7-2F1 engine certified

The Bell 525 Relentless's GE Aviation CT7-2F1 engine has received its type certification from the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).


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