Coming Up: June 2019

Here's what to look for in the June 2019 issue of Avionics International.

Here's what to look for in the June 2019 issue of Avionics International:

Connected Flight Management System

Avionics upgrades to the fleet of Boeing 737s operated by Miami Air are enabling an unprecedented new level of data sharing and transmissions at one of the world’s most technologically advanced charter operators, Miami Air.

Lockheed Addresses Fighter Jet Fault Challenges

The latest on Lockheed Martin’s role as the systems integrator of two Universal Synaptics automated test equipment solutions across key Defense Department programs under a new intermittent fault detection technology licensing agreement.

Inside Thai Airways' Effort to Become a Big MRO Player in Asia

Thai Airways is making major investments in MRO hangar expansion and adoption of aircraft predictive maintenance technologies to expand its presence as an independent MRO provider for Asia Pacific region operators.

Dassault CEO Talks Digitally Designing Airplanes

Avionics International’s exclusive interview with Dassault Systèmes CEO Bernard Charles during their 3D Experience Forum in Las Vegas.

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