WEC is pleased to announce that Airbus has extended the scope of the UK work package award to include Landing Gear Systems.
WEC is pleased to announce that further to the UK work package award, the WEC-Ferchau partnership has also been selected as sole preferred supplier of systems engineering services in the Fuel and Inerting Systems domain of Airbus in Spain.
Following a competitive supplier selection process, Airbus has selected WEC acting through our tier-1 supplier Ferchau Engineering GmbH as sole preferred supplier of systems engineering services in the Fuel and Inerting Systems domain of Airbus in the UK, covering development of all Airbus Types as well as Research and Technology.
WEC’s Dave Bradshaw and Duncan Woods will be presenting a talk on Water Management and Ice Formation in Aircraft Fuel Systems for the IMechE in Manchester on the evening of Tuesday 3rd November. We will look at the causes behind the accident to Flight BA38 at Heathrow in January 2008 and cover the state of the art in water management and the latest understanding of ice accretion and release in fuel systems.
The event is free to attend and open to all. Click for more details and registration.
WEC’s Managing Director Richard Smith has been selected to be a member of the ATI Whole Aircraft Strategy Specialist Advisory Group. The group, which met for the first time this week, has a remit to act as a forum for the whole aircraft community, covering areas including whole aircraft modelling, architectures, integration, safety and certification, and the air vehicle within the transport system.
Richard said: "I am pleased to be able to contribute to the Whole Aircraft group alongside representatives of the major OEMs and primes. Our inclusion is a reflection of WEC’s breadth of expertise in the development of aircraft systems and integration, testing and certification at aircraft level. It’s important that the UK’s capability to operate at the whole aircraft level is maintained and developed and we value the opportunity to bring the benefit of our experience to bear in influencing the future UK aerospace strategy."