Thales-designed rudder-by-wire on Cessna citation Longitude’s first flight

Thales-designed rudder-by-wire on Cessna citation Longitude’s first flight

By onboard, 14 october 2016
With Thales-designed rudder-by-wire onboard, Textron Aviation’s new Cessna Citation Longitude successfully completed its first flight, achieving a important milestone for this super-midsize business jet.
Avionics vs. open-world systems: new challenges and opportunities

Avionics vs. open-world systems: new challenges and opportunities

By onboard, 12 october 2016
Open-world apps are competing more and more with dedicated avionics systems. What do these solutions offer and how can we…
Thales awarded best supplier in Avionics support by Airbus

Thales awarded best supplier in Avionics support by Airbus

By onboard, 05 october 2016
With over 7,500 direct suppliers worldwide, Airbus attributed awards to 7 partners, during a ceremony held in Hamburg on October…
The Indian Air Force signs up for 36 Rafale aircraft

The Indian Air Force signs up for 36 Rafale aircraft

By onboard, 28 september 2016
The official signing ceremony for the acquisition of 36 Rafale aircraft was held on September 23rd, in New Delhi. Eighty-four…
SATA goes paperless with Thales TopWings EFB

SATA goes paperless with Thales TopWings EFB

By onboard, 27 september 2016
Onboard interviewed Pedro Marques, SATA Co-Pilot and Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) administrator, regarding his TopWings’ experience.
TopWings’ webinar: special focus on the latest applications

TopWings’ webinar: special focus on the latest applications

By onboard, 23 september 2016
For the 4th year, Thales broadcasted on September 15th a webinar to promote TopWings offer.
Recertified parts: the benefits of working direct with an OEM

Recertified parts: the benefits of working direct with an OEM

By onboard, 15 september 2016
Thales has been involved in aircraft component trading for five years now, and the activity is proving a major growth…
Imagine the passenger of the future

Imagine the passenger of the future

By onboard, 06 august 2016
What will be the new normal flight in five, 10, 15 years? How will passengers view the stress and hassle…