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The Paris Le Bourget Airshow starts on 20 June 2011.
The Aerospace Opportunities 2011 event held in Birmingham on 2 March 2011 let 15 buyers from Europe and India and 30 Midlands suppliers hold a series of one-to-one meetings.
The event was organised by UK Trade and Investment, supported by the Midlands Aerospace Alliance and hosted by MAA member Delcam.
UK Trade Minister Lord Green visited and discussed trade policy with MAA members.
The University of Nottingham confirms its position as a global leader in aerospace research with the launch of a new Institute for Aerospace Technology.
The Institute was officially opened by MAA chairman Clive Snowdon, chief executive of UMECO plc (right, with Professor Andy Long).
The technology capabilities of the Midlands aerospace cluster were presented to six Indian aerospace groups during an intensive week spent by MAA CEO Dr Andrew Mair in Bangalore, Hyderabad and Mumbai.
At the same time, many Indian companies seek UK technology partners.
Rolls-Royce announced new deals for Trent aero engines, made in Derby in the Midlands, worth £6.1 billion, during October and November.
The orders came from global growth airlines including Air China, China Eastern and Emirates.
Four more Midlands companies are flying high from their work under the UK’s 21st Century Supply Chains (SC21) programme.
The companies have won bronze awards for on-time delivery and quality excellence in serving the global aerospace and defence industry.
The four latest winners of bronze awards are: AAR International, Burcas, Fourmasters and The Seat Design Company.
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Birmingham-based engine maker Cubewano will shortly be supplying its heavy-fuel engines for the US Army BCTM Class1 UAV program.
The UAV's prime contractor is Honeywell, and the engine in question is a version of Cubewano's Reno 42 LC heavy-fuel, liquid-cooled rotary engine.