Debbie Bahrani

About Debbie Bahrani

President / CEO - Tesken Incorporated, a software consulting company dedicated to aviation suppliers & aerospace supply chain performance excellence.

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30 October, 2013|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

SAA and Boeing to develop sustainable biofuel supply chain

[NEWS ARTICLE] Supply Management Daily, Paul Snell, 16 October 2013: South African Airways (SAA) and Boeing are to work together to develop a sustainable supply chain for biofuel in Africa. The two companies have signed a memorandum of understanding, pledging to collaborate to develop a supply of biofuel, which comes from plants or algae, for the aviation industry. The companies claim it is a first for the continent.
21 October, 2013|News|0 Comments|
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    Airbus Targets Doubling Japan Market Share in Boeing Challenge

Airbus Targets Doubling Japan Market Share in Boeing Challenge

[NEWS ARTICLE] Bloomberg News, By Chris Cooper and Kiyotaka Matsuda, October 21, 2013: Airbus SAS (EAD), which won its first order from Japan Airlines Co. (9201) this month, intends to double its market share in the country by 2020 as air travel demand climbs.
21 October, 2013|News|0 Comments|

How They Do It: Aviation Cinematography

Wolfe Air is a company that specializes in creating air to air footage for airlines, big-budget movie productions, the military, and private commercial clients, and they recently released their updated reel, which is absolutely mindblowing.
21 August, 2013|News|0 Comments|

Air Force One Spotted In Greensboro, NC

Air Force One was doing touch-and-go's at the Piedmont Triad International Airport (GSO) yesterday.
22 February, 2013|News|0 Comments|

Commercial Aircraft Sales Buoy Aerospace Industry

[NEWS ARTICLE] By Madhu Unnikrishnan, December 5, 2012: Buoyed by strong demand for civil aircraft, U.S. aerospace companies added 5,000 jobs this year, a result Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) President Marion Blakey says is “surprising.” Although defense firms laid off workers, the job losses were more than offset by strong demand in the commercial sector. Industry employment had been widely expected to decline this year due to the pending cuts to the U.S. government’s budget. “We had thought 2012 would be a tougher year,” Blakey tells Aviation Week. “But this shows the intrinsic strength in the industry.”
7 December, 2012|News|0 Comments|

Superjumbo on the Streets of Tiny French Village

[NEWS ARTICLE] Ayesha Durgahee, CNN, Wed December 5, 2012: Every two weeks this small french village hosts a nocturnal procession of huge A380 parts down it's main street, on their way to the Airbus assembly line.
5 December, 2012|News|0 Comments|
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    Demand Spurs Need For Over 28,000 Aircraft in the Next 20 Years

Demand Spurs Need For Over 28,000 Aircraft in the Next 20 Years

[NEWS ARTICLE] ASD News, September 13, 2012: Airbus’ latest Global Market Forecast (GMF) identifies a need for some 28,200 passenger and freighter aircraft (of 100 seats or more) between 2012 and 2031 worth nearly US$4.0 trillion, reconfirming an upward trend in the pace of new aircraft deliveries. Of these over 27,350 will be passenger aircraft valued at US$ 3.7 trillion. Passenger traffic will grow at an average annual rate of 4.7 percent in the next 20 years, during which some 10,350 aircraft will be replaced by new efficient models. By 2031 the world’s passenger fleet will have expanded by 110 percent from slightly over 15,550 today to over 32,550. In the same period, the world’s freighter fleet will almost double from 1,600 to 3,000 aircraft.
13 September, 2012|News|0 Comments|

Airbus unveils its 2050 vision for ‘Smarter Skies’

[NEWS ARTICLE] 6 SEPTEMBER 2012, AIRBUS PRESS RELEASE: Global aircraft manufacturer Airbus today releases the latest installment of the Future by Airbus, its vision for sustainable aviation in 2050 and beyond. For the first time the vision looks beyond aircraft design to how the aircraft is operated both on the ground and in the air in order to meet the expected growth in air travel in a sustainable way. Charles Champion, Executive Vice President Engineering at Airbus, says: “Our engineers are continuously encouraged to think widely and come up with `disruptive’ ideas which will assist our industry in meeting the 2050 targets we have signed up to.
13 September, 2012|News|0 Comments|

2012 North Carolina Aerospace Conference

This was our first time at the Third Annual North Carolina Aerospace Supplier Conference in High Point, NC on August 14, 2012. Co-hosted by Senator Richard Burr, the North Carolina Aerospace Alliance (NCAA), the North Carolina Military Business Center (NCMBC) and the North Carolina Department of Commerce, it was a great opportunity to showcase our new product, AeroCompass, and to meet with other businesses in the industry and community.
17 August, 2012|News|0 Comments|