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The German government will pay $4.29 billion for Boeing's aircraft.
Sikorsky and Boeing also previewed the new Defiant X helicopter for the U.S. Army.
When Norwegian introduced the overseas service at Stewart, it offered low-cost fares, with some one-way fares under $100.
Norwegian Air is operating the larger airplane on a temporary, daily basis between Stewart Airport in New Windsor and Dublin Airport in Ireland.
The helicopter features two counter-rotating rigid blades on its top and a pusher propeller in lieu of a tail rotor.
“This is a stress-free environment for aviation to grow,” said Ed Harrison, Stewart International Airport's general manager. “And our strategic aviation assets that we have in the New York metropolitan area, Stewart will play an important part in the growth of the region.”
The Danbury company's clients include Boeing, Sikorsky, Ford and NASA.
The U.S. Army Aviation Technology Directorate selected the Sikorsky-Boeing team to continue the development of the SB 1 Defiant, a medium-lift helicopter.
Parent of Sikorsky already provides assemblies for other planes.
United Technologies Corp. subsidiary Pratt & Whitney has received a five-year, $300 million contract from the South Korean government to assist in the maintenance of the engines powering the country's Lockheed Martin F-16 and Boeing F-15K fighter jets.
Qatar Airlines reportedly will not accept Boeing 787 Dreamliners on order until GE engines are cleared of defects.
Federal officials want “urgent action” to inspect GEnx aircraft engines in service on a regular basis.