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    Chris Kjelgaard looks at Boeing's 777X programme and its successful entry into service.

    Quite apart from the fact that Boeing has already secured firm orders for 306 777Xs and commitments for 14 more since it launched sales of the second-generation 777 family in November 2013, the 777X programme is off to a promising start from the design and production viewpoint.

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    26/08/2015 - 15:57
    More aerospace standards arriving

    Aerospace suppliers are anticipating the publication of the AS9100:2016 series of standards, promised for next April. It is believed this will introduce new topics like human factors, product safety and counterfeit parts, as well as extended requirements for risk management.  However, there’s more in the pipeline, as David Scrimshire, managing director of TEC Transnational, explains.

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