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GECAS orders jets, helicopters

GE Capital Aviation Services is ordering 60 A320neo passenger jets from Airbus to lease to airliners powered by engines from a GE Aviation joint venture with Safran, also ordering nearly 50
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UTC replaces Maurer at Sikorsky

Mick Maurer is out as president of Sikorsky Aircraft, with parent company United Technologies (NYSE: UTX) assigning former UTC executive Robert Leduc as his replacement, effective immediately. Maurer

Stamford business group postponements

Updated at 3:37 p.m. WWE postponed Monday’s live event in Hartford and cancelled a Tuesday event in Boston, but will broadcast live Monday starting at 8 p.m. from its studios in Stamford where it is

Sikorsky develops automated oil rig approach system

Stratford-based Sikorsky Aircraft won FAA approval for Rig Approach, a new system the helicopter maker has developed with its customer PHI Inc. to help pilots land safely on deep-sea oil rigs. It’s an

Sikorsky sales down 7 percent as military cuts weigh on profits

Stratford-based Sikorsky Aircraft actually delivered more helicopters in the first quarter of this year than a year ago, but sales revenue was down 7 percent to $1.24 billion, the aircraft maker’s

Sikorsky delivers Polish-built Black Hawks to Colombians

Late last week, Sikorsky Aircraft announced the Colombian Army formally inducted five new Sikorsky S-70i multi-mission helicopters into its fleet. Colombia is the first South American country to buy

Boeing Sikorsky unveil helicopter of the future

Boeing and Sikorsky said Thursday they have the U.S. Military’s helicopter of the future. The aviation giants have teamed up to pursue the Army’s Joint Multi-Role contract and will offer up a new

U.S. Army Chief of Staff plans to push out Black Hawk deliveries

Defense News is reporting today that U.S. Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno has signed a plan to deal with sequestration that would include extending the Black Hawk fleet modernization program by

Black Hawk provides Sikorsky cover against sequestration

With concerns over sequestration hanging over his Sikorsky Aircraft, Pratt & Whitney and UTC Aerospace systems subsidiaries, Louis Chenevert, chief executive officer and chairman of United

Sikorsky Aerospace taps Texas firm for State Department contract

Sikorsky Aerospace Services, the Shelton-based aftermarket service arm of Sikorsky Aircraft, has picked Texas-based S-TEC/ Cobhman Commercial systems to do the advanced avionics work on the S-61