News - 4 Feb 2014
UTC Aerospace Systems at next week's Singapore Airshow will showcase a full range of advanced systems for commercial aircraft and defense applications. The 2014 Singapore Airshow takes place at...
News - 19 Jun 2011
Goodrich Corporation (NYSE: GR) has been selected to supply wheels and carbon brakes on Saudi Arabian Airlines' fleet of 12 new Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. This selection complements Saudi...
News - 21 Jul 2010
Goodrich Corporation (NYSE: GR) has been selected by Qatar Airways to supply wheels and electrically-actuated brakes for its Boeing 787 aircraft. Qatar Airways has 30 787 aircraft on order for...
News - 16 Sep 2004
Goodrich Corporation has entered into an agreement with Mexicana Airlines to provide wheels and carbon brakes on an additional 10 Airbus A318 aircraft being added to its fleet. The aircraft are...
Article - 2 May 2002
Have you ever wondered what Kevlar, Twaron or Aramid fibres were, what their properties are, or what they are used for? This article will give you the basic answers to all these questions.
News - 11 Jan 2011
Due to its continuous superior performance in real world applications, Simrit's E454 EPDM (ethylene-propylene rubber) compound was recently certified to NAS (National Aerospace Standard) 1613...
News - 18 Jun 2007
As the history-making Boeing 787 Dreamliner prepares to be unveiled in Everett, Wash., Goodrich Corporation is once again poised to play a role in the history of the industry.
News - 22 Nov 2004
Goodrich Corporation has entered into an agreement with Futura International Airways to provide wheels and brakes on Futura's fleet of Boeing 737NG aircraft. Futura took delivery of its first...
Article - 28 Jul 2006
This overview on aluminium covers aspects from its discovery, its sources including raw materials, the properties that make it so attractive, common processing techniques and applications.
News - 3 Jun 2010
The part itself is relatively small for such a huge aircraft, but it’s of crucial importance for the safety of the new Airbus A 380. Hidden away in the undercarriage of the double-decker...