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05 Feb 2016
Chinese New Year
STG Aerospace
STG Aerospace is looking forward to celebrating the Chinese New Year of the Monkey on Monday 8 February 2016 from its recently opened offices in Shanghai.
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03 Feb 2016
STG Aerospace and Boeing celebrated the first flight of the 737 MAX 8, the first member of Boeing’s efficient 737 MAX family, which took to the skies on January 29th from Renton Field near Boeing’s final assembly plant in Renton, Washington, near Seattle.
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20 Jan 2016
Following certification by the FAA and EASA, operators of Airbus A320 Family aircraft are now able to upgrade the emergency floor path marking to the latest version of STG Aerospace’s market-leading saf-Tglo® photoluminescent system, SuperSeal UltraLite (SSUL).
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11 Jan 2016
STG Aerospace is delighted to announce that Icelandair has selected its next generation saf-Tglo® SuperSeal UltraLite® (SSUL) photoluminescent floorpath lighting for its 767 aircraft
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03 Dec 2015
STG Aerospace will be exhibiting at the 5th Aviation Forum which is being held at the Congress Center Hamburg on the 8th and 9th December
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