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    According to the industry group Airlines for America, 14.2 million people are expected to travel during the 2015 Labor holiday weekend. With that number increasingly on the rise, air travel is booming and has just piqued business titan Warren Buffett’s interests. Warren Buffett’s illustrious Berkshire Hathaway Inc. has recently acquired Precision Castparts in an estimated 32 billion dollar deal that can only be written in the stars. In what is said to be the company’s largest merger,…

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    Airbus Merger Essay

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    Airbus Group (formerly EADS) is one of the world’s leading Aerospace and Defence corporations. Born from the merger, on July 2000, of the French company Aerospatiale Matra, its German competitor DASA and its Spanish pair CASA, the group has managed to develop a strong expertise in a large range of complementary businesses, such as commercial aircraft, military and defence equipment, helicopters, communication systems, missiles, satellites and related services. Reorganised in January 2014, the…

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    worked together they wouldn’t have to fiercely compete with each other and reap the benefits by not offering steep discounts (Dubois, 2013). Boeing and Airbus utilize frontal attacks on each other that incorporates similar products, price, and distribution. Both companies use the same distribution supplier, even though Boeing gets more orders than Airbus, both companies have the same number of deliverables to their…

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    How To Build A Turbofan

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    Introduccion Nowadays aeronautical sector is a competetive enviroment where every day more companies are involved.The most important cost for airlines is fuel consumption.The efficiency reached today is difficult to overtake with traditionals methods of design.Owing to this factor, companies are trying to investigate new formulas of designing, manufacturing and operating. In terms of aircrafts propullsors, turbofan is the most common engine used for civil applications. Turbofans have a…

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    World War II Aviation

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    The end of World War II created many opportunities for the aviation industry. “ When the war ended, the aviation industry in the United States was the largest manufacturing industry in the world. In the 62-month period between July 1940 and August 1945, nearly 300,000 aircraft were produced. Never before in history had an industry developed so rapidly.” ( 12th March 2004). Wings - The Postwar Years. http://www.allstar.fiu.edu/aero/wings6.htm. There was a need for faster better military aircraft…

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    The Boeing Company is one of the many industries that inspired me to pursue Industrial Engineering. Their successes in technological advances and business through investments and perseverance inspired me to ask myself numerous questions; one being, how I can be just as useful. For example, Boeing introduced their newest success, the 737 MAX airplane that was designed to be structurally efficient and provide customers with a considerable amount of savings in cost. Addressing two important…

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    Dash 80 Research Paper

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    The Boeing Model 367-80, known as the “Dash 80”, was the precursor to the Boeing 707, the first commercially successful jet airliner. The 707, and by extension the “Dash 80”, thrusted Boeing into the upper echelon of commercial airline manufacturers, where it remains to this day. In addition, it is responsible for shifting commercial aviation from a propeller focused industry to the jet engine industry. This shift enabled the airline industry to exponentially grow by increasing passenger numbers…

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    In the past, Boeing’s business plan primarily focused on government contracts, but now their current focus is on selling passenger planes to airlines. In the beginning Boeing focused receiving government contracts. One example is when, “The enterprise [Boeing] built ‘flying boats’ for the Navy during World War 1 and in the 1920s and ‘30s it successfully sold its trainers, pursuit planes, observation craft, torpedo planes, and patrol bombers to the U.S. military” (Weiss and Amir). The company…

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    Airbus A380 Failure

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    business disaster in aviation world As the world 's largest passenger aircraft, Airbus A380 is considered the pinnacle of large passenger aircraft. This double-deck, four-engine jumbo jet boasts a host of luxurious amenities: suites, bar, gym, and showers. As Tesla in the consumer caused by the desire, many people also want to try the A380 this air giant. Airbus Chief Financial Officer Harald Wihelm said in London that the Airbus A380 is expected to maintain its break-even balance in 2015, 2016…

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    Introduction Boeing 787 Dreamliner is the project plan of Boeing company about light weight aircraft with high technology. The project of this aircraft has facing several problems such as software problem that led to engine shutting down automatically, lithium ion battery that causes fire inside the aircraft and others problem that led delay in the production. The Boeing 787 has 3 different categories which are 787-3 that has been designed to fit in 250 passengers, 2 class, short range body and…

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