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Future cockpits, ITAR hassles, F-35 software issues, Airbus A320neo orders, empty U.S. pavilion among perspectives from Paris Air Show

BLOG: 5 July 2011. Last month's Paris Air Show at Le Bourget, France had its share of new airplane orders but it also had future cockpit designs, F-35 software developments, journalist test flights, and more. John McHale's Avionics Intelligence Video Blog touches on these subjects and gives perspective on defense electronics supplier gripes such as International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) headaches.
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Paris Air Show wrap-up: green is the theme, market returns to strength, Airbus tops Boeing in airplane orders
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Recently introduced A320neo passenger jet family claims star status at Paris Air Show, Airbus says
Airbus takes orders for 274 passenger jets today, bringing the company's Paris Air Show total to 726


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