Monthly Archives: August 2021

10 cool car names and their true meanings

[ad_1] There are many factors that go into the name of a car and this is understandable, as the name can be an important part of initial first impressions and eventual acceptance in the market. There are different approaches that automakers have adopted when it comes to naming their vehicles. …

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Histadrut declares labor dispute with airlines

[ad_1] The Histadrut (General Federation of Labor in Israel) declared a labor dispute in the aviation industry. The background to the dispute is the intention of airlines, which have already laid off thousands of workers and put many on unpaid leave, to carry out massive further layoffs. The conflict applies …

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Volga-Dnepr celebrates its 31st anniversary

[ad_1] Volga-Dnepr was founded on August 22, 1990 as a public limited company. The Ulyanovsk, Russia-based airline is now a major force in transportation services with its unique fleet of jumbo jets. With approximately 3,500 employees in more than nine countries, the company has made significant progress over its 31-year …

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BBB Tip: How to Save on a Car Rental

[ad_1] Rental cars are in high demand and scarcity nowadays. Most major car rental companies have sold much of their fleets to stay afloat during COVID-19 shutdowns, and a shortage of chips and semiconductors has slowed down the auto production industry. With more people vaccinated and more trips, businesses have …

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Merger control in the Malaysian aviation industry

[ad_1] The Covid-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc on the global aviation industry, with airline operators in particular being severely affected. In Malaysia, significant air travel restrictions have been imposed since March 2020 as part of the various iterations of movement restrictions under movement control orders and the national stimulus …

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Bentley presented six public premieres at Monterey Car Week 2021

[ad_1] Organized under CDC guidelines, the four-day event brought together three vehicles from Mulliner’s portfolio, as well as electrified versions of the Flying Spur and Bentayga, and the Continental GT Speed ​​Convertible, among others. The luxury cars were experienced first-hand by 100 attendees, who were able to drive them during …

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Turkey to produce engine cowls for Boeing 737

[ad_1] August 9, 2021 17:24 (UTC + 04: 00) 75 By Vugar Khalilov Turkish company Tusas Engine Industries (TEI) will produce engine cowls for the Boeing 737 aircraft, Turkish media reported on August 9. According to the contract signed between the two companies, from 2025, TEI is expected to undertake …

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Russian planes intercepted over the North Sea by RAF planes

[ad_1] RAF fighter jets intercepted Russian military planes over the North Sea near British airspace, the air force said. The Typhoons Quick Reaction Alert were launched from RAF Lossiemouth in northern Scotland and were joined by an RAF Voyager to provide in-flight refueling. They intercepted a pair of TU-142 “Bear-F” …

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Russia aims to debut eVTOL market, unveils future hybrid aircraft engine

[ad_1] This year’s edition of MAKS International Aviation and Space Salon, held in Zhukovsky, near Moscow, was special to say the least. The next-generation military aircraft, Checkmate, was officially presented for the first time. Rosboronexport (the Russian state agency for military-related exports) claimed to have signed contracts worth more than …

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XR activist wins protest call at London City Airport

[ad_1] An activist who took part in a protest against the Extinction Rebellion at London City Airport has had her conviction overturned. Artist Amelia Halls, 23, spoke of her relief after successfully appealing a road obstruction conviction near the Royal Docks travel center in October 2019. It was a third …

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Why are they called “moose”

[ad_1] Air Force jets have a lot of nicknames. The legendary A-10 Thunderbolt II attack aircraft is called the Warthog because of its odd appearance and pugnacious spirit; The F-16 Fighting Falcon is called the Viper because it resembles the eponymous Battlestar Galactica spacecraft (according to some accounts), and the …

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Boston Logan Airport Adopts Cloud-Based Fuel Management Technology

[ad_1] The deployment includes i6’s Reconcile6 technology, an IRS-compliant solution for inventory management, reconciliation, loss and gain calculations, and real-time tank information. BOSFUEL, a consortium of airline operators at Boston Logan International Airport, has adopted real-time fuel management technology from the i6 Group, a global pioneer in fuel management technology. …

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First Southwest Airlines Destination 225 ° Employee Pathway Cadets Take New Hire Training With iAero Airways | State / Regional

[ad_1] GREENSBORO, North Carolina, August 3, 2021 / PRNewswire / – iAero Airways (https://iaerogroup.com/iaero-airways/), the largest charter airline in the United States and one of the iAero group companies (https://iaerogroup.com) invests in platform aviation, provided new employee training to their first two cadets at Southwest Airlines Destination 225 ° (https://careers.southwestair.com/D225) …

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