aerospace company – Jam Space Sat, 12 Jun 2021 01:04:21 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Aerospace veteran dedicates his knight’s title to thousands of workers past and present Sat, 12 Jun 2021 00:15:25 +0000

THE head of Operation Spirit AeroSystems in Northern Ireland, Michael Ryan, must be knighted for his services to the economy.

The Belfast-born aerospace veteran, who joined Short Brothers straight out of Queen’s University in 1981, has helped manage his transition to the new ownership of Kansas-based Spirit AeroSystems.

This happened just over 30 years after Bombardier acquired Shorts in 1989.

Mr. Ryan was appointed Vice President and General Manager of Bombardier in May 2000, a position he continues to hold.

“In a manufacturing organization, no achievement is possible without the involvement of all its employees,” he said last night.

“This is a recognition of the efforts of thousands of past and present employees to support our company’s continued success as a highly competitive global business, and its contribution to our community. ”

Spirit AeroSystems said the knight was a well-deserved honor.

“This is recognition not only of his personal commitment to enhancing Northern Ireland’s reputation for aerospace innovation and the company’s continued community engagement, but also of the dedication of the company. the entire workforce at our Belfast site. “

A number of other well-known business figures have been named to the Queen’s Honors List.

O’Neills boss Kieran Kennedy, soon to retire after 42 years at sportswear maker Co Tyrone, said he was delighted with his MBE for his services during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The company reacted quickly to the crisis in March 2020 by turning its Strabane facility into a PPE operation, making medical gowns for health trusts.

William Hunter of Derry-based Hunter Apparel Solutions was also recognized for the work the company did in producing PPE for health workers during the pandemic,

The 75-year-old is scheduled to receive an OBE for economic and community services in Co Derry.

Meanwhile, Belfast Kainos IT Services Group Managing Director Brendan Mooney will receive an OBE for Economic Services.

Now one of the most successful companies in the North, Kainos has only created 300 jobs in the past year and plans to hire hundreds more in 2021.

The Belfast company is now valued at around £ 1.75 billion.

Veteran Co Down businessman Ronnie Foreman and Labor Relations Agency Managing Director Thomas Evans will also receive OBEs.

Bill Nelson’s NASA agenda – POLITICO Fri, 11 Jun 2021 11:00:17 +0000

POLITICO Q&A: NASA Administrator Bill Nelson presents his strategy to get more funding for the lunar mission and more.

New bipartisan legislation seeks to boost commercial space companies by extending the tax advantages for domestic installations.

If you worked for the boss of NASA when he was in Congress, the lobbying opportunities are bright, new disclosures show.

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‘VERY OPTIMISTIC’: NASA Administrator Bill Nelson is using his nearly four decades in Congress to push for additional funds to fill a major hole in the Artemis program to return astronauts to the moon and donate a facelift to aging facilities.

“We’re going to have to have a little more money,” he told us in a high profile interview this week. “I suggested to them that one way to do this is in the Jobs Bill. There is an R&D section of the Jobs Bill. I’m very optimistic because of the support that I have. I have heard directly from senators and members of Congress.

He separately tries to get more money to upgrade The NASA centers that he says are collapsing. “I have clearly expressed the need for $ 5 billion in infrastructure for the 10 NASA centers and 10 other NASA facilities,” said Nelson. “We even have holes in the roof of Michoud’s factory outside of New Orleans where they assembled the core of the SLS rocket.”

From Moscow with … Nelson, who has been in office for about five weeks, is also trying to navigate NASA’s enduring but increasingly thorny relationship with Russia, now threatening abandon the International Space Station.

But Nelson, who spoke to his Russian counterpart Dmitry Rogozin for the first time last week, doesn’t seem too worried yet. “We saw, for example, just recently that they have some sort of module that they are going to launch to the International Space Station, which I think is a pretty good indication that they are not going to abandon it in four years. “, did he declare.

China is a more difficult challenge, but NASA boss says he’s looking for ways engage more with Beijing on common space issues, even with the strict legal prohibitions imposed on cooperation with Beijing. “We certainly need to cooperate on the orbital debris that could hit our space station as well as theirs they are setting up,” he said. “There are areas of cooperation we can do with China … recognizing the legal limits that have been placed on us and also recognizing the realities that the Chinese have not been very transparent.”

The truth may be there: These days, it seems almost obligatory to ask questions about UFOs, given all the debate over an upcoming report to Congress from the Director of National Intelligence on recent sightings of “unmanned aerial phenomena.”

“A few years ago, as a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, I was briefed on what these Navy pilots saw and spoke to Navy pilots,” recalls Nelson. “They are pretty convinced. And they are realistic people. This is not some kind of UFO foil hat. These are pilots who have locked their radar on it. They followed and then they saw him move so fast they couldn’t believe it. And then they went and followed it again, locked their radar on it in a new position. So there is a phenomenon that we have to explain.

He said he had tasked Thomas Zurbuchen, who heads NASA’s science department, to review the reports. “I had several conversations with him, the last time 10 minutes ago, about this same topic and what he did on SETI and now what he is doing in an investigation. to see if we have a scientific explanation for some of these problems. “Nelson said.

But why NASA? “NASA is a natural place,” said Nelson, who has served in the Florida House and Senate. “Part of NASA’s science missions is the search for alien life.”

SHOW ME THE MONEY: Nelson also hailed the Senate’s passage this week of the NASA Authorization Act as part of broader legislation to compete with China in the innovation race that calls for additional $ 10 billion in funding. dollars for Artemis.

Senator Bernie Sanders laughed at the funding as “the Bezos bailout” because it is intended to help NASA underwrite more than one design as part of the human landing system, which has been awarded to Space X but is now being contested by losing bidders Blue Origin and Dynetics. The funding was added by Senator Maria Cantwell of Washington, where the headquarters of Jeff Bezos’ space company is located.

The American law on innovation and competitiveness, which includes the NASA Authorization Bill, is an investment in scientific research and technological innovation that will help ensure that the United States continues to lead in space and puts us on track to perform many landings on the moon during this decade ”, Nelson said in a statement.

But it’s not real money yet. “It would still have to be appropriate and also passed by the House,” confirms NASA spokesman Jackie McGuinness.

Related: Senate passes huge tech finance bill, includes $ 10 billion for NASA moon landers, via

More: The Senate has just put the beef between SpaceX and Blue Origin, via The Verge.

LESS TAX: Bipartite legislation was also offered this week to strengthen public-private partnerships in space, including extending tax deductions for commercial space companies operating in the United States.

U.S. Space Commerce Law is co-sponsored in the Senate by Marco Rubio and Rick Scott of Florida, Ted Cruz of Texas, Roger Wicker of Mississippi and Dianne Feinstein of California. The House version is supported by Reps Bill Posey and Charlie Crist from Florida.

The bill is also supported by the main players in the space industry Aerospace Industry Association, Blue Origin, Boeing, Space Florida, SpaceX and ULA.

“By allowing full accounting for space launch assets,” the law will “strengthen America’s renewed leadership in space and strengthen our trading partners who are critical to this effort as we continue to explore the last frontier.” Cruz said in a statement.

Speaking of taxes, in case you missed it nation space titans are among those under the telescope to take advantage of all these IRS loopholes. And the leaks of their tax returns are now under federal investigation.

And: Branson could make one last ditch effort to beat Bezos in space, via ArsTechnica.

LINKS THAT UNITE: We noticed that SpaceX hired former Nelson’s chief of staff Peter Mitchell as a federal lobbyist in Capital Alliance Group, a government affairs store based in Tallahassee.

Mitchell, along with Jeffrey Sharkey and Jeff Eaton, will lobby for “projects between NASA and SpaceX”, according to a disclosure filed exactly one week after Nelson took over as head of the space agency.

As we reported last month, Ad Astra, the Texas company that makes rocket components, also recently hired Erin Neal from Velocity Government Relations, a former assistant to Nelson, to lobby for space credits. Neal was also recently hired by Questar Concepts in Paradise Valley, Arizona.

Kudos again to Morgan Stanley’s Byron Hood, who was the fastest in the draw correctly responding to Ray Bradbury’s Venus news. “All summer in one day” appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction in 1954.

THIS WEEK’S QUESTION: Where does Jupiter’s largest moon, Ganymede, get its name?

The first person to send an email [email protected] gets bragging rights and a shout out in the next newsletter!

GAO’s annual review of DoD programs raises concerns about space launch and missile warning satellites: Space News

The Vandenberg space force base will welcome the new commander of the main unit: Noozshawk

Colorado lawmakers invite Vice President Harris to tour space facilities: Space News

Jeff Bezos and other space tourists fly at their peril: The Wall Street Journal

Carnegie Science Center and Astrobotic launch Pittsburgh in the 21st century space race:

China ready to send its first crew to the space station: The Associated Press

Russian co-founders of Momentus: Space News

Russian space chief says US sanctions keep satellites on the ground: Bloomberg

Space Cornwall signs an agreement with an American company: BBC

The European Space Agency sends another spacecraft to Venus: The new scientist

Ganymede looks stunning in the new footage from NASA’s Juno mission: American scientist

The beauty industry has a budding love affair with space: Shiny

Contacting aliens could end all life on Earth. Let’s stop trying: The Washington Post

TOMORROW: Blue origin will hold a live auction for a seat on the New Shepard’s first manned flight to space at 12:45 p.m.

TUESDAY: The IAEA organizes a symposium “Accelerate the pathways to space” at 1:30 p.m.

TUESDAY: The Senate Appropriation Committee Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science and Related Agencies will hold a budget hearing with Nelson at 2 p.m.

WEDNESDAY: The Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transport will meet in executive session vote on Pam Melroy’s appointment as NASA Assistant Administrator at 10 a.m.

THURSDAY: Aerospace Corporation Space Policy Fair attacks NASA and nuclear propulsion at 1 pm

FRIDAY: the Space Transport Association hosts a webinar with NASA Associate Administrator Jim Reuter at 1 p.m. [email protected] for more information.

American Airlines plans to spend up to $ 1 billion on 250 new electric planes through startup Vertical Aerospace Thu, 10 Jun 2021 21:08:39 +0000

American Airlines is investing in British electric aircraft maker Vertical Aerospace and could order up to 250 of the new planes for $ 1 billion, the airline said Thursday.

Vertical Aerospace plans to develop a zero carbon aircraft that can carry four passengers and a pilot and fly at speeds of up to 200 miles with a range of 100 miles.

Vertical has also gained support from Microsoft and Virgin Atlantic as well as major aircraft suppliers such as Honeywell and Rolls-Royce.

This is American Airlines’ first major leap in electric vertical take-off and landing (eVOTL) aircraft, following a similar deal reached in February by rival United Airlines to order up to $ 1 billion. dollars in electric planes through a company called Archer Aviation.

“Emerging technologies are essential in the race to reduce carbon emissions and we are delighted to partner with Vertical to develop the next generation of electric aircraft,” said a statement from Derek Kerr, chief financial officer of American. “For years, American has been the industry leader in investing in newer, more fuel efficient aircraft.”

Airline executives have sometimes rejected electric planes because of their limited range and the decades it will likely take them to carry more passengers long distances, as commercial planes do.

But airline executives have also been pushing for ways to reduce the carbon footprint of flights through technologies such as sustainable aviation fuel and more fuel-efficient engines.

American said the Vertical Aerospace plane could transport passengers “quickly to urban city centers and to airports.” Vertical said the planes will have the same standards as commercial airline jets and be 100 times safer than helicopters.

Vertical is planning a test flight of its VA-X4 model for the end of the year and hopes the aircraft will be certified by 2024.

Vertical says it has pre-orders for 1,000 planes valued at up to $ 4 billion. American has said it will only order the planes if the plane can meet a set of milestones and specifications will be defined later. Aircraft rental company Avolon also hopes to take orders for as many as 310 aircraft with the option for 190 more.

Vertical also announced Thursday that it is merging with specialist acquisition firm Broadstone Acquisition Corp. to form a publicly traded company worth about $ 2.2 billion. These types of specialist acquisition companies have grown in popularity over the past couple of years as investors have sought to invest in emerging technologies and areas.

“This is the most exciting time in aviation for almost a century; electrification will transform flight in the 21st century the same way the jet engine did 70 years ago, ”said a statement from Vertical CEO Stephen Fitzpatrick.

Christopher Rhoads, director of airport / aviation operations at New York's LaGuardia Airport, stands near an American Airlines passenger jet serviced at Gate 30 on Wednesday, March 24, 2021, near new construction at the airport, as part of a multi-year, multi-billion dollar project that will modernize almost all of the airport's departure and arrival terminals.  (AP Photo / Craig Ruttle)
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German eVTOL maker Lilium partners with Honeywell for flight control and avionics systems – TechCrunch Wed, 09 Jun 2021 16:30:31 +0000

German electric air mobility company Lilium has partnered with aerospace manufacturer Honeywell to develop the electronic and mechanical systems for the 7-seater Lilium Jet, the company’s first eVTOL.

Honeywell will supply its Compact Electric Pilotage System, a flight control component that will be responsible for controlling all of the Jet’s moving parts and the aircraft’s avionics system. EVTOL Vertical Aerospace also uses Honeywell’s compact electric flight system in its aircraft, but the avionics system in the version Lilium will use was designed to meet the specific technical requirements of the Lilium Jet.

Honeywell is a giant in the aerospace manufacturing industry and one of the first to create a team dedicated to urban air mobility. The company has also become an investor in Lilium by participating in the private equity common equity investment (PIPE) announced in connection with the SPAC merger of Lilium with Qell Acquisiton Corp.

The two companies have been in discussion and collaboration since February 2019, Lilium’s program manager Yves Yemsi told TechCrunch. He said Lilium had identified the core skills that she wanted to keep in-house – the design and assembly of the propulsion and battery systems and the final assembly of the aircraft, for example – and will partner with them. experienced suppliers for other aircraft parts.

“Collaborating with experts, aerospace partners, is a deliberate choice for us,” he said. “This will help us reduce our time to market while remaining secure. “

A key benefit of the partnership is how it will help the certification process, Yemsi explained. Some of Honeywell’s components have obtained a Technical Standard Order (TSO), which is a minimum performance standard recognized by the FAA. Using components authorized by TSO could help save time in the certification process.

Lilium already has teams of people working on obtaining approval for design, production and production organization, two types of approvals issued by the Aviation Safety Agency of the European Union (EASA) which essentially verify that the company is able to put a product on the market. These approvals complement the type certification that Lilium aircraft (and all other eVTOLs) must obtain from the United States Federal Aviation Administration and EASA before the company can begin commercial operations.

The partnership with Honeywell, a recognized aircraft manufacturer, marks a major step forward for Lilium. The next step after Honeywell begins delivering components is to develop and test the aircraft in a systems integration lab, which tests avionics and electronics systems on the ground, Yemsi said.

“Now the hard work begins,” he said.

Frontier Airlines launches pilot hiring program with Embry-Riddle – Florida Trend Tue, 08 Jun 2021 17:12:13 +0000

DAYTONA BEACH, Florida – Frontier Airlines, Inc. has partnered with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – the world’s largest and most comprehensive aviation and aerospace institution – to identify and train the next generation of highly skilled commercial airline pilots.

“Frontier Aviation University / Embry-Riddle’s new pilot hiring program will attract top performing flight students who consistently demonstrate work ethic, flight skills, aviation knowledge, attitude and professional behavior to eventually become successful crew members for Frontier Airlines, ”said Frontier’s Vice President of Flight Operations Brad Lambert.

As many pilots in the aviation industry approach retirement age and we grow our airline, Frontier plans to hire hundreds, if not thousands of pilots over the next decade to staff its 500 daily flights and its growing number. The new hiring program with Embry-Riddle is an important part of Frontier’s larger pilot recruiting and hiring strategy, Lambert said.

“Frontier’s agreement with Embry-Riddle will provide high-quality jobs for exceptional students while strengthening the aviation industry’s workforce serving air travelers,” said Dr. Alan Stolzer, Dean of College of Aviation on the Daytona Beach, Florida campus. “Embry-Riddle is honored to partner with Frontier Airlines to enhance the aviation talent pool. “

As part of the Frontier / Embry-Riddle Aviation University Pilot Hire Program, Frontier Airlines representatives will visit the Daytona Beach campus twice a year to meet with students and faculty.

To be considered for this program with Frontier Airlines, Embry-Riddle students must have a letter of recommendation from a flight department manager who supports a stellar history of flight performance, attendance and professional conduct throughout. throughout their aviation training. Applicants must also be enrolled in the Aviation Science degree program, have a minimum senior class status, maintain a GPA above 3.2, and have the ability to hold a first class medical certificate. Prior to working with Frontier Airlines, program participants will also need to be employed by Embry-Riddle as a flight instructor and must acquire the required R-ATP experience.

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US Navy chooses Lockheed Martin and IFS to provide intelligent maintenance of ships and planes Tue, 08 Jun 2021 03:00:10 +0000

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The US Navy turned to global security and aerospace company Lockheed Martin and enterprise applications company IFS to deliver an intelligent maintenance solution that will help its digital transformation of several existing systems into one. unique logistics information, fully modernized and responsive. The solution will ensure that staff will spend more time focusing on the mission and less on aircraft and ship repairs.

The IFS solution includes capabilities to plan and execute the maintenance, repair and overhaul of more than 3,000 assets, including aircraft, ships and land-based equipment. The Naval Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul (N-MRO) solution combines artificial intelligence (AI), digital twin capabilities and predictive analytics to anticipate and respond to potential equipment failures before they occur, which will contribute to better support for maintenance, logistics supply, real-time fleet management and other commercial functions for more than 200,000 sailors.

Following a comprehensive and competitive evaluation process, the US Navy selected Lockheed Martin along with the acclaimed industry-specific features of IFS already in use by some of the world’s largest aerospace and manufacturing organizations. defense (A&D). With additional support from software developer Beast Code, the solution will initially be deployed across multiple US Navy sites to help Sailors and Marine Corps maintainers break down operational silos and work towards a flow of common maintenance work on all ship and aircraft platforms.

The digital transformation of the US Navy’s maintenance systems will see a consolidation of asset and part data into a central repository visualized for users through an intuitive and user-friendly experience for mobile devices. This initiative will result in increased data accuracy, streamlined workflows, and ultimately less asset downtime and fewer unplanned maintenance events. Enabling Total Asset Readiness® through N-MRO will ensure that information is always readily available to help the US Navy meet its desired materiel readiness and readiness goals. For example, Navy personnel will be empowered to document faults, request parts, and report completion of work to the point of maintenance, thereby reducing asset downtime while increasing the accuracy of data as as a catalyst for improved planning and procurement.

“Our goal is to deliver capabilities that create real value in the Navy’s complex, multi-site operations and optimize its critical maintenance processes,” said Reeves Valentine, vice president of sustainment solutions at the Navy. Lockheed Martin company. “We want to equip Navy personnel with easy and efficient tools to use with intuitive interfaces, streamlined workflows and smart time-saving features. IFS has distinguished itself by providing all of these capabilities through a single, out-of-the-box business solution.

Scott Helmer, President, Aerospace and Defense, IFS, added, “We are proud to be part of N-MRO, which will set a new global standard for total asset readiness and how defense organizations manage aircraft maintenance. assets and logistics, both ashore and afloat. A&D has been a key industry for IFS for decades and this historic agreement is a testament to the success of our strategy and our long-term determination. By working with Lockheed Martin and the US Navy, we are already making great strides and looking forward to a long and successful collaboration.

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High Speed ​​Connectors Market To Exceed $ 5,658.42 Million Mon, 07 Jun 2021 13:59:07 +0000

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According to our new research study on “High Speed ​​Connectors Market to 2027 Global Analysis and Forecast – by Product and Application, “the Global High Speed ​​Connectors Market Size was valued at US $ 3,037.65 million in 2019 and is expected to reach US $ 5,658.42 million by 2027; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.3% during 2020-2027.

High Speed ​​Connectors Market: Competition Landscape and Key Developments
Molex LLC, Hosiden, Fujitsu, TE Connectivity, and 3M are some of the key companies operating in the global high speed connector market. Leading companies focus on expanding and diversifying their market presence and acquiring new customers, thereby exploiting existing business opportunities.

In 2019, Molex, LLC introduced a new 1.25mm pitch thin battery floating board-to-board connector. They are specially designed to prevent fretting corrosion, also increase contact reliability and resist vibration. This is used in the automotive field, making it a desirable option for car column switches.

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In 2019, TE Connectivity launched MULTIGIG RT 3 and MULTIGIG RT 2-S, which is a next-generation lightweight, rugged, high-speed backplane connector to meet the interface dimensions of the VITA 46 VPX connector.

The electronics, automotive, communications and networking industries are continually evolving with innovations in product offerings to support high speed data transfer. Growing demand for compact and flexible connector design to facilitate connectivity is propelling market growth. The advent of IoT and big data technology in 4K TVs, 5G wireless networks and portable devices are creating an increase in demand for more data transfer solutions. As a result, market players are focusing on developing faster, smaller and more efficient high speed connectors. In addition, the increase in disposable income improves the purchasing power of consumers, which in turn propels the sales of smartphones, computers and home network devices, among others. These new electronic devices must perform faster data transfer with minimal signal loss, for which large companies choose a high-speed connector. Such demand for high speed connectors is propelling market growth.

There is increasing demand for the high-speed connector in the networking and communications industry to provide improved connectivity, reliability and high-speed transfer. Advances in connector technology improve device performance and provide better space utilization solutions. Market players are developing the high speed end connector for SERDES (Serializer / Deserializer) applications such as supercomputing, high speed networking and supercomputing. For example, in April 2019, Fairview Microwave Inc., a brand of Infinite Electronics, introduced a new series of high speed Printed Circuit Board (PCB) connectors that support high data rates and SWR as low as 1, 10: 1.

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The newly introduced high performance final launch connector is ideal for supercomputing, cloud servers and high speed networking. Likewise, in February 2019, Pasternack, a semiconductor device manufacturing company, released a new series of board launch PCB connectors to the market. The new connector is designed for high-speed networking and supercomputing applications, as they support high-speed data transfers. An increase in demand for high speed PCB connection in supercomputers and network applications is expected to provide growth opportunities for the market. Moreover, the increasing consumption of network devices and high-speed computers is a major supporting factor for the growth of the market.

High Speed ​​Connectors Market: Segment Overview
On the basis of product, the high speed connector market is segmented into board to board, board to cable, and others. The increasing miniaturization of electronics and the adoption of flexible materials to facilitate the assembly operation have increased the importance of the product segment. Depending on the requirements of the device, the products are selected, for example board-to-board connectors are used in interconnection systems, while drilled-to-wire connectors are used to form external connections. The requirement for speed, flexibility, size and other factors that play an important role in product selection.

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On the basis of application, the high speed connectors market is segmented into communication, automotive, aerospace and defense, energy and power, electronics and others. Technological advancements bring evolution in every vertical sector, enabling them to adopt high speed connectivity solution for better communication. Demand for compact devices is high in industries such as consumer electronics, automotive, aerospace and communications devices. The increasing trend of digitalization of processes in enterprises is a major factor supporting the growth of the high speed connectors market. Market players are continuously developing advanced high speed connectors to meet a wide range of applications requiring fast data transfer solutions. To offer improved products to various vertical enterprises, we develop advanced products to meet specific requirements of speed, size, flexibility and others.

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]]> Global industry will grow over the period 2021-2026 Mon, 07 Jun 2021 03:38:54 +0000

The last Aerospace Gearbox Market The research report incorporates an easily understandable understanding of the factors that will drive and hinder the growth of the industry in the years to come. Additionally, it lists the different opportunities in different geographies and other submarkets, followed by an in-depth look at the competitive landscape.

According to experts, the industry is expected to grow significantly throughout 2021-2026, registering a XX% CAGR throughout.

Speaking of the latest updates, in addition to covering recent mergers, purchases and partnerships of major competitors, the research literature highlights the impact of Covid-19 and how it has changed the business scenario. While some companies have adapted well to the pandemic, many continue to face challenges. With this in mind, our comprehensive analysis mentions strategies and opportunities to help companies generate solid returns in the near future.

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Key features of the Aerospace Gearbox Market report:

  • Impact of Covid-19 on the industry’s growth model
  • Records of sales volume, net income and market size.
  • Major industry trends
  • Business expansion opportunities
  • Growth rate forecasts for the market
  • Advantages and disadvantages of using direct and indirect sales channels
  • Leading distributors, resellers and traders

Aerospace Transmission Market Segments Covered in the Report:

Geographic fragmentation: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America and Middle East & Africa.

  • Market analysis at national and regional level
  • Sales achieved, returns collected and shares captured by each regional market
  • Predictions of revenue and growth rate for each region over the stipulated period

Product types: AGB (accessory gearbox), RGB (reduction gearbox), actuation gearbox, tail rotor gearbox and APU gearbox (auxiliary power unit)

  • Price models for each product category.
  • Approximations of market shares based on sales and profits acquired by each product segment

Range of applications: commercial aircraft, regional aircraft, military aircraft and helicopters

  • Product pricing based on scope of application
  • Sales and revenue estimates for each type of application over the expected time frame

Competitive dashboard: Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Aero Gear Inc, AB SKF, BMT Aerospace, Avio Aero, Raytheon Technologies Corporation, Northstar Aerospace Inc, Safran Transmission Systems SA, Liebherr and Timken Company

  • Commercial summary of listed companies
  • Range of products and services of the main players
  • Sales, pricing, revenue, gross margin and market share figures for each major market
  • SWOT analysis of large companies
  • Analysis of industry concentration rate and commercialization rate
  • Review of popular business tactics exercised by large companies

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  • Detailed overview of aerospace transmission market trends
  • Changing industry market dynamics
  • In-depth market segmentation by type, application etc.
  • Historical, Current and Projected Aerospace Gearbox Market Size by Volume and Value
  • Recent industry trends and developments
  • Competitive Landscape of the Aerospace Transmission Market
  • Strategies of key players and product offerings
  • Potential and niche segments / regions showing promising growth

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Saint Lucia facilitates tours for vaccinated travelers Sun, 06 Jun 2021 12:04:13 +0000

Fully immunized travelers from all countries can now enjoy increased freedom and movement around the Caribbean island of Saint Lucia.

With proof of full vaccination (i.e., for example, two weeks after a second injection of Moderna or Pfizer or a single Johnson & Johnson vaccine), visitors receive a wristband at the airport and can immediately move freely around the island: explore on their own with a rental car, visit local markets and supermarkets, and eat at any restaurant.

Unvaccinated travelers to St. Lucia will continue to be required to adhere to a mandatory 14-day stay at “COVID-19 certified”Accommodations – those that have been determined to adhere to all key health security protocols. Unvaccinated travelers may leave the villa or hotel property only to eat at COVID-certified restaurants and take COVID-certified tours and tours.

Americans can prove their immunization status using their original immunization cards issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Visitors from the UK can show their immunization status through the National Health Service app.

Unvaccinated minors traveling with vaccinated adults will be required to undergo a PCR (nasal swab) test within one day of arriving on the island. This is at the visitor’s expense. Once the test is negative, unvaccinated minors can travel freely with their vaccinated adult guardians.

Many COVID-19 protocols still in place

All visitors to Saint Lucia over the age of five, whether vaccinated or not, must present a negative PCR test at least five days before arriving on the island.

All visitors – vaccinated or not – should always be transported from the airport to their accommodation via a COVID certified taxi, and these accommodation should be within a COVID certified hotel or villa.

Health checks, such as temperature checks, will take place at the airport for all inbound travelers. Local safety protocols should be followed, including wearing face coverings in public places.

And all visitors aged 18 and over must complete a health registration form prior to arrival. These forms differ depending on the country of origin.

Rules tighten elsewhere in the Caribbean

While Saint Lucia still allows unvaccinated visitors to enter the country, as of May 29, Saint Kitts and Nevis now only allows vaccinated people to enter its borders, due to a slight increase positive cases.

Saint Lucia has seen 5,072 COVID-19 positive cases since the start of the pandemic, with 80 confirmed deaths.

Full details on Saint Lucia’s policies and procedures, as well as a number of helpful FAQs regarding relaxed restrictions for vaccinated travelers, can be found on the site. Saint Lucia Tourist Board website.