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After uploading a picture this past March on Twitter, Boeing revealed the first Section 41 (Boeing’s internal designation for both the nose and forward fuselage) had entered their Everett factory’s 40-27 bay. The first 777-9 version of the 777X family line that enters fuselage assembly will be utilized to static ground testing. Inside the 40-27 bay, Section 41 will connect to both the center and aft fuselage sections. A new process will be used, which was first introduced almost 2 years ago on the 777-300ER and 777-200LR programs. Choosing not to load the assemblies into a rotating tool fixture, Boeing instead has chosen to pair the 777X by utilizing the fuselage automated upgrade build process, or FAUB. During this process, sections are placed into moveable cradles and paired together by robots for drilling and fastening. Read more >>

Posted on May 2, 2018 James Williams Aerospace News

At ASAP Semi not only do we try to get to know our customers, but also we want to know the most as possible about all planes flown across the world. Airbus is one of the leading companies in the industry and they are continuing to change, so here at ASAP Semi we research all new changes to be knowledgeable. Airbus has thousands of plans flown across the world, so they want to input a new customer support system with special trained workers with a stocked and equipped service centers. Read more >>

Posted on March 20, 2017 James Williams Aerospace News

The aerospace and aviation industry is one of the biggest industries in the world, and a very lucrative industry but most importantly it is an industry that allows ingenuity, creativity and much more to become a possibility in the real world. For these reasons and more it is very important for manufacturing companies to keep challenging themselves in taking bigger tasks and bigger challenges to achieve state of the art productions. Read more >>

Posted on March 6, 2017 James Williams Aerospace News

During Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida there was an incident where an airplane was unresponsive and this caused a major red flag to why this airplane is being unresponsive, so immediately two F-15 fighter jets took off in supersonic speed, where they caused a huge sonic boom as the planes went faster than the speed of sound, to go and try to communicate with the plane to see what the case is. Read more >>

Posted on March 3, 2017 James Williams Aerospace News

Recently Sirosky a Lockheed martin company. They have recently been chosen to another contract for phase 3 of the defense advances research project’s agent aircrew Labor in cockpit automation system program. Read more >>

Posted on February 28, 2017 James Williams Aerospace News

During President Trump’s first days in office he has already made good on a promise to cut red tape by eliminating unnecessary regulations. Federal agency workers all over the country have felt the urgency of this and have been working non stopped. The organization right in the middle of this has been the FAA, where a complete overhaul could very well be in order. The stringent review of the Federal Aviation Regulations is aimed at fine tuning, possibly rewriting and even eliminating current rules that have been in place for years and years. Once in place these new rules and regulations are aimed at benefiting pilots and aircraft operators. Read more >>

Posted on February 20, 2017 James Williams Aerospace News

Boeing is the world’s largest aerospace company. It is also considered the leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners and defense. It is known to be the US top export. They support over 15 countries and are offering customers great deal of services. Their services include military aircraft, satellites, weapons, defense systems and electronics.They have been known to be leaders for a long time and have been expanding for a long time to be able to meet the customer’s needs. They employ over 150,000 in more than 65 countries. They always try to work hard. They recently decided to extend their partnership to be able to sustain GPS constellations. Read more >>

Posted on February 15, 2017 James Williams Aerospace News

TR fasteners is an engineering group that design, manufacture, and distribute mechanical fasteners. They do this on a global basis. They supply high volume assembly multinational OEM’s around the world. They make sure to offer high standards and high ethical conduct for their customers. And this is how they have been able to stay successful/ their products are known to have consistent quality, price and are available to be ordered and to supply automotive assemblies via mobile phones, cash dispensers. Read more >>

Posted on January 30, 2017 James Williams Aerospace News

Aurora Flight sciences have been known for a long time. they are an American Aviation research company. They usually specialize n the design of construction of unmanned aerial vehicles. They have been in business for over 20 years. They have worked so hard ever since the beginning of their establishment. Their headquarters are in Virginia and have been trying to be international and work with many other states to keep their business booming. Read more >>

Posted on January 18, 2017 James Williams Aerospace News

Aviation capital group is privately owned. They have over 260 owned and managed commercial jet aircraft leased. And all this commercial jet aircrafts in over 100 airlines and that is over 45 countries. They have over 25 years of experience in the industry. They offer solutions to so many people and are well known within the industry. Read more >>

Posted on January 17, 2017 James Williams Aerospace News

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