Aerospace company worker sacked for calling white colleague a ‘w*gger’, tribunal hears

Aerospace company worker was sacked for calling white colleague with a black wife and mixed race children a ‘w*gger’, tribunal hears Brian Dumbrill used slur towards colleague while working for Hexcel Composite Offensive term usually used to insult white youths who adopt black youth culture His colleague Kevin Angus, who has a black wife, reported … Read more

Aerospace company worker sacked for calling white colleague a ‘w*gger’, tribunal hears

Aerospace company worker was sacked for calling white colleague with a black wife and mixed race children a ‘w*gger’, tribunal hears Brian Dumbrill used slur towards colleague while working for Hexcel Composite Offensive term usually used to insult white youths who adopt black youth culture His colleague Kevin Angus, who has a black wife, reported … Read more

ALEX BRUMMER: Signing off UK aerospace

ALEX BRUMMER: Despite holding firm in the face of initial bids for Signature, Nigel Rudd has record of selling rather than building enterprises for future Signature, provider of support services to private jet operators, is part of a dwindling band of UK firms in aerospace   By always placing short-term shareholder value above broader stakeholder and … Read more

Could CIRCULAR runways take off? Aerospace tests show circle designs would increase capacity

Could CIRCULAR runways take off? Aerospace tests show circle designs would increase capacity, allow for simultaneous landings and take-offs and remove the risk of crosswinds The runway would be built as a 3.5km wide circle around an airport terminal Aircraft can avoid risky crosswinds by landing in any direction, says scientist It would allow for … Read more

Could CIRCULAR runways take off? Aerospace tests show circle designs would increase capacity

Could CIRCULAR runways take off? Aerospace tests show circle designs would increase capacity, allow for simultaneous landings and take-offs and remove the risk of crosswinds The runway would be built as a 3.5km wide circle around an airport terminal Aircraft can avoid risky crosswinds by landing in any direction, says scientist It would allow for … Read more

BOY, 12, set to make history as the youngest person to study aerospace engineering at Georgia Tech

Boy, 12, who was accepted to MENSA at age three is set to make history as the youngest person to study aerospace engineering at Georgia Tech and insists ‘I’m not really smart, I just grasp information quickly’ Caleb Anderson is set to commence aerospace engineering classes at Georgia Tech this fall The tween is set … Read more

Aerospace bosses in £1bn fund to prop up suppliers

Top aerospace companies plotting £1bn bailout fund to help suppliers stricken by coronavirus crisis By Daily Mail City & Finance Reporter Published: 21:50 BST, 9 August 2020 | Updated: 21:50 BST, 9 August 2020 Top aerospace companies are plotting a £1billion bailout fund to help suppliers stricken by the virus crisis.  The fund would help … Read more

MARKET REPORT: Senior struggles to cope with aerospace calamity `

Engineer Senior stumbled after it laid bare the havoc the Covid crisis has wrought on companies further down the aerospace supply chain. Airlines were hit almost immediately through the mass cancellation of flights – but it took longer for it to become clear the impact it was having on plane makers. Now Senior, which provides … Read more

GKN jobs fear as aerospace giant pays staff to quit

Fears of huge job cuts at GKN as aerospace giant pays staff to quit GKN asked staff at two of its aerospace factories to take voluntary redundancy Aerospace manufacturers are grappling with a slump in demand in civil aviation  Last week, Rolls-Royce announced plans to slash 9,000 jobs  By Jamie Nimmo For The Financial Mail … Read more