Wire work

  • 12-Aug-2008 10:41 EDT

Bombardier Aerospace selected Parker Aerospace as the exclusive supplier for a period of 10 years of fly-by-wire flight-control systems for all new Bombardier widebody aircraft programs requiring this technology. Parker Aerospace will develop a complete state-of-the-art generic fly-by-wire system from stick to surface, which will then be customized and manufactured for each aircraft program, starting with the CSeries. Parker estimates that this has the potential to generate revenues of $3.5 billion over the life of the programs.

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