Monthly Archives: September 2021

US tentatively clears Australia to purchase EA-18G Growler aircraft

Washington [US]Oct. 1 (ANI / Sputnik): The US government has given its tentative approval for Australia to purchase a single EA-18G Growler aircraft with engineering and maintenance services costing $ 125 million, a announced the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA). “The State Department has made a decision approving a possible …

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Shelby: FAA awards $ 4.5 million to Alabama for modernization of airport infrastructure – Press releases

WASHINGTON DC – U.S. Senator Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) Today announced that three local airports in Alabama will benefit from more than $ 4.5 million in grants from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Funding was provided by the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) for various airport upgrades to support infrastructure …

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Virgin Galactic cleared to fly again, World News

Virgin Galactic has now been cleared to fly again by the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The FAA claimed that the SpaceShip Two Unity spacecraft, with founder Richard Branson and five others on board, deviated from its assigned airspace for a period of 1 minute and 41 seconds. Additionally, …

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TSA mobile PreCheck returns to Punta Gorda airport

The IdentoGo TSA PreCheck mobile motorhome (www.identogo.com/precheck) will arrive in October at Punta Gorda Airport, 28000 Airport Road, Punta Gorda. TSA PreCheck is an expedited screening program that provides identified low-risk air travelers with an intelligent and efficient screening experience. For TSA PreCheck travelers, there is no need to remove …

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First in-house equipped fuselage delivered to Airbus

An Airbus A320neo in Colomiers near Toulouse, France, October 17, 2017. [Photo/Agencies] The first fuselage equipped in China with the A320 family aircraft has been delivered to Airbus in Tianjin by a Chinese industrial player, Airbus announced on Wednesday at the current Airshow China 2021 in Zhuhai, Guangdong province. The …

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Spearfish shines a light on solar power farms | Local News

SPEARFISH – To advance the Town of Spearfish towards energy sustainability, the town’s Planning and Zoning Department has put on the table an ordinance outlining standards for large-scale solar power installations. “About a year ago, you may remember, we made some updates for wind power generation which was licensed for …

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American Airlines pilots resist vaccination warrant, warn of disruption

American Airlines pilots are pushing back the Biden administration’s vaccination mandate, demanding exemptions and warning that the vaccination mandate will cause travel disruption. American Airlines pilots fight vaccination mandate In a letter to lawmakers, the Allied Pilots Association (APA), the union representing American Airlines pilots, opposes the new vaccine mandate, …

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Weekly rainfall update + rain forecast September 29, 2021

RAIN last week fell in southwest Western Australia, southeast Victoria, Tasmania, parts of eastern New South Wales and central Queensland. From the middle of the week, a pair of cold fronts followed Tasmania, generating moderate falls in the west and northeast of the state, and slight falls in southern Victoria. …

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SA RAPAC calls for GA grants program

The South Australia Regional Airspace and Procedures Advisory Committee (RAPAC) has recommended a special government grant program to help general aviation operators affected by COVID restrictions. SA RAPAC (now known as AvSEF) made the call in a submission to the Senate AG Industry Inquiry released this week, saying government aid …

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Plan to give the Civil Aviation Authority the power to force airlines to pay reimbursements in the event of a pandemic has been removed

After promising stronger action against airlines that have failed to reimburse as they should, the government quietly suspended the plan. In April, ministers pledged that the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) would have more leverage to prosecute and penalize carriers who violate the rules on refunds. In its second report from …

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Cyclone Gulab: Naval ships, planes waiting for rescue operations

The Indian Navy said on Sunday it was closely monitoring the movement of Cyclone Gulab and keeping Navy ships and planes on standby for rescue and relief operations. Gulab is likely to cross between Gopalpur in the Ganjam district of Odisha and Kalingapatnam in Andhra Pradesh around midnight, India’s meteorological …

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US Air Force wants a flying jeep

The United States Air Force is set to launch 35 new aircraft concepts that can revolutionize personal flight. The service received 218 applications for a new high-speed vertical take-off and landing (HSVTOL) aircraft, and one or more finalists could be put into production. The goal is to create Jeep-type planes …

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Bucyrus airport “land” subsidy, ongoing improvements

Through Rhonda Davis, CCN Correspondent September 25, 2021 8:00 a.m. BUCYRUS – A $ 2.1 million project to extend the taxiway at Port Bucyrus-Crawford County Airport has officially “taken off.” A federal grant to the airport this year from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) funds the improvement project, which also …

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British airport infrastructure “FLYING TAXI” under development with the Coventry hub scheduled for 2022

Image credit: Urban Air-port Ltd British start-up Urban-Air Port has announced a partnership with the Urban Air Mobility division of Hyundai Motor Group to develop the urban air mobility infrastructure plan and foundations to meet the growing demand for autonomous airborne drones and electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) passenger …

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Greetings from the cockpit | Still looking

There are several things a pilot should check before departure. On a recent trip to Rosecrans Memorial Airport, Jerry Acord rode his 1960 Forney plane to visually inspect every piece of his bird. After visiting the exterior of the aircraft, Acord and I entered the two-seater single-engine aircraft. After squeezing …

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Airwork intensifies its aircraft purchase program

Airwork press release | September 24, 2021 Estimated reading time 2 minutes, 43 seconds. In November 2020, Airwork (NZ) Limited secured a fleet of AS350B2 aircraft from a North American company seeking to downsize its fleet. Airwork’s purchasing ability, coupled with its MRO capabilities, enabled a bulk purchase of these …

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US sues American Airlines and JetBlue deal shutdown |

The Justice Department and officials from six states have filed a lawsuit to block a partnership between American Airlines and JetBlue, saying it would lessen competition and lead to higher fares. The Justice Department said on Tuesday that the deal would eliminate significant competition in New York and Boston and …

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EMSA remotely piloted planes help Spanish authorities actively monitor sulfur emissions from ships transiting the Strait of Gibraltar – sUAS News

During the summer, EMSA remotely piloted planes monitored the level of sulfur oxides released by ships passing through the Strait of Gibraltar, one of the busiest shipping lanes in the world. The operation carried out by the Spanish Directorate General of the Merchant Marine – under the leadership of the …

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Dundee Airport Photographic Souvenirs

Dundee Airport has become unrecognizable from its humble origins when it was originally fitted with a grass runway in the 1960s. Over the years the airport has been enlarged, modernized and improved and provided Dundee with a link to cities in the UK and Europe. The Tay Road Bridge played …

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AirAsia, Airbus agree to rework aircraft orders – report

Airbus (AIB, Toulouse Blagnac) has agreed to reschedule delivery or lower prices for hundreds of planes ordered by AirAsia Group, a move aimed at saving a contract still worth tens of billions of dollars, said to the Reuters news agency anonymous “industry sources”. September 17. The restructuring reset restores the …

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The global commercial aircraft doors market is expected to

New York, September 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “Global Commercial Aircraft Doors Market 2021-2025″ – https://www.reportlinker.com/p05770945/?utm_source=GNW 39% during the forecast period. Our Commercial Aircraft Door Market report provides holistic analysis, market size and forecast, trends, growth drivers, and challenges, along with vendor analysis …

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Aircraft Electrical Systems Market: Industry Overview, Forecasted Trends and Growth Opportunities to 2027

Application of aircraft electrical systems market, commercial, defense and geography. The report highlights the main drivers, constraints and opportunities. PORTLAND, ORAGON, USA, Sep 20, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Aircraft Electrical Systems Market Outlook -2027 Aircraft electrical systems are sophisticated systems of components that generate, transmit, distribute, use, and store electrical energy …

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US begins repatriating Haitian migrants from Texas

Politics A US official told The Associated Press that three flights had departed San Antonio for Port-au-Prince and would arrive in the afternoon. Haitian migrants gather on the banks of the Rio Grande after crossing the United States from Mexico. (AP Photo / Eric Gay) The Associated Press By JUAN …

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Airlines request shorter quarantine period

Local airlines are calling on the government to relax some rules for vaccinated Filipinos who travel by air to help the industry recoup billions of pesos in lost revenue as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Businesses have asked for help from Presidential Entrepreneurship Advisor Joey Concepcion to voice their …

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Verizon’s THOR designed to bring 5G coverage to disaster areas

This year AT&T competitor Verizon unveiled its all-new disaster relief prototype called the Tactical Humanitarian Response Vehicle, known simply as THOR. THOR vehicle prototype Verizon Source: Verizon THOR was designed to enhance the Verizon Frontline program, which is a unified platform to provide advanced network and communication technology to first …

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Vertical planes undergo flight tests | New

EDWARDS AFB – NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center recently completed a series of flight tests using a small plane that can take off and land vertically, much like a helicopter, as part of a program to integrate such an aircraft into an urban environment. These test flights and the flight …

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SpaceX Inspiration4 Dives into a New Era of Space Tourism

Space tourists are back. On Saturday night, the private astronauts prepared as their spacecraft passed through Earth’s atmosphere, deployed parachutes, and then drifted off the coast of Florida. When the capsule hit the waves, they may have heard a voice from the mission control radio: “Thanks for flying SpaceX.” As …

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Business News | Stock market and stock market news

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Baleno tops the list, 4 SUVs launch, Auto News, ET Auto

Top 5 PV in August New Delhi: Maruti Suzuki’s Baleno topped India’s best-selling passenger vehicle (PV) ranking in August 2021. However, the number one position follows a sharp decline in the company’s sales of WagonR models and Swift. The compact hatchback Baleno, which is sold through automaker NEXA’s premium distribution …

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Austin Transit Partnership approves $ 312.8 million budget

Artist’s impression of the Blue Line station platform at Austin Bergstrom International Airport (Courtesy: CapMetro) Includes first full-year funding for two new light rail lines and improved bus service The board that governs the implementation of Project Connect has approved its first-ever annual budget of $ 312.8 million, setting aside …

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Autonomous Aircraft Software Market: Industry Overview, Forecasted Trends and Growth Opportunities to 2027

Autonomous aircraft software market (products, applications & geography). This study presents a market analysis, trends and future estimates by 2027. PORTLAND, ORAGON, UNITED STATES, September 17, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Autonomous Aircraft Software Market Outlook – 2027 The global autonomous aircraft software market is experiencing significant growth owing to the increasing …

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Digital technology strengthens intelligent civil aviation

People walk to Terminal 1 of Nanjing Lukou International Airport in Nanjing, east China’s Jiangsu Province, July 29, 2020 (File photo / Xinhua) The booming digitalization trend is boosting China’s efforts to build a smart civil aviation industry to boost sustainable development. To take full advantage of digital technologies, civil …

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WWII veteran takes dream flight in iconic plane

PHOENIX – On the tarmac at Deer Valley Airport, a restored Boeing Stearman biplane stands ready. It’s an unusual but iconic sight for the men who will soon be sitting in its cockpit. “He said it was a WWII trainer,” Phillip Leon told his father Salvador. “Yes, I remember them …

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SCV News | Plane crash near Pitchess detention center in Castaic

Uploaded:, Tuesday, Sep 14, 2021 By editor-in-chief | The signal By Emily Alvarenga & Caleb Lunetta Senior Signal Editors Reports of a plane crash landing at Pitchess Detention Center in Castaic prompted a full response from law enforcement and first responders on Tuesday, with initial reports indicating that the occupants …

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US Bankruptcy Court Gives Green Light to PAL Loan Financing

Philippine Airlines (RP, Manila Ninoy Aquino Int’l) announced that it has obtained US court approval to access funding for its Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings, the first step to reducing 2.1 billion dollars the national carrier’s $6 billion debt. Judge Shelley Chapman of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern …

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Disabled People’s Council challenges airport change

Arrivals at Owen Roberts International Airport (CNS) The National Council for the Disabled recently held a meeting with Cayman Islands Airports Authority CEO Albert Anderson and his team to address the adverse effects on the disabled community of the new ban on drop off and pick up the curb at …

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Arab doctor reflects on robbery while Muslim

September 11, 2001. A day that started out like any other, but that radically changed the course of the world, my life and that of other Arabs around the world. Twenty years later, I still live with the consequences of horrific events. I remember this afternoon in London better than …

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Man dead after car hijackings, pursuit near Walmart

A 31-year-old Milwaukee man who pointed a gun at police early Friday morning has died after two separate hijackings and a short car chase in Franklin. Police did not release the man’s name. A press release from the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office said the incident began early Friday when the …

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Air show to display the nation’s material

People’s Liberation Army Air Force J-10B fighter performs ‘Pugachev Cobra’ high agility maneuver at 12th China International Aviation and Aerospace Expo in Zhuhai, Guangdong Province, in 2018. [Photo by ZHOU GUOQIANG/FOR CHINA DAILY] Chinese defense contractors to display much of their latest computer hardware at the 13th China International Aviation …

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