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Top 5 First Class Cabins in the sky

Many airlines showcase their luxury brand by the way they kit out their first class cabins, and while most people will never be able to enjoy such luxury, I thought it was a good opportunity to have a little look at what many people consider to be the finest first class cabins in the sky! 434 more words

Aviation

Updates from GE

This Fuel Cell Startup Could Spark a Revolution

GE – A fuel cell works like a battery, using a simple chemical reaction to provide energy. In fuel cells, this reaction involves hydrogen molecules abundant in natural gas and oxygen from ordinary air. 176 more words

Economy

No Saab Story Here

By Richard Pettibone, Forecast International

As it faces an austere and highly competitive global defense market, Saab is building its strategy to increase revenues and profits.  580 more words

Aerospace

Malaysia Airlines #MH17 - airlines ban flights over trouble hot spots - an annotated infographic

Airlines around the world are addressing global trouble spots by cancelling or rerouting flights to avoid them. A new sense of urgency is being displayed in dealing with global trouble spots, following the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over Ukraine. 36 more words

Technology

GE investment makes Lafayette a major player in the aviation industry

by Dan Rafter

Thanks to a $100 million investment by GE Aviation, Lafayette, Ind., has just become a bigger player in the aviation industry.

GE Aviation, which manufactures jet engines and aircraft systems, is building a 225,000-square-foot, $100 million jet engine assembly facility in LaFayette. 320 more words

Industrial Real Estate

Think Your Flight Delays Are Bad? Try China, Where the Military Hogs Most of the Skies

Last week, I flew in and out of Shanghai over two days. Both flights idled on the tarmac for more than one hour. I felt rather lucky. 676 more words