Monthly Archives: November 2021

Culture Connection: Chanukah ‘Share the Light’ Campaign

[ad_1] CHAMPAIGN COUNTY, Illinois (WCIA) – Hanukkah has a new look across Champaign-Urbana this year. The Jewish holiday began on Sunday evening. The sun may set earlier during the winter months, but the holiday season can help brighten up spirits. “Hanukkah is truly a festival of light,” says Illini Chabad …

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Why a helicopter flies over Knox Co. on Tuesday

[ad_1] KNOXVILLE, Tennessee (WATE) – On Tuesday, people across Knox County might be wondering, what is this helicopter doing in the sky? Well, we’ve got the answer, and that’s because the Knoxville Utilities Board is doing an inspection. READ: More articles on WATE.com The aerial inspection will be for KUB’s …

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Renault unveils the eVTOL concept aircraft

[ad_1] French automaker Renault has unveiled its own single-seater vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) electric aircraft, the Air 4, as more automakers look to the future of transportation. The combined efforts of Renault and the motion design center TheArsenale have resulted in the creation of a “reinterpretation of the 4L …

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Passengers fall prey to taxi drivers ‘hunters’ at Hyderabad airport – The New Indian Express

[ad_1] Express news service HYDERABAD: With unauthorized taxi drivers pushing app-based taxi drivers, passengers arriving at Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) have a painful experience. As soon as travelers arrive, unauthorized taxi drivers, like station autowallahs, crowd around them. As no app-based taxi driver is available, passengers reluctantly drive home …

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Eight car designed by Skoda students gets off to a good start and will be called Afriq

[ad_1] The eight Skoda concept cars designed by students of the Skoda Vocational School, which will be a rally version of the Skoda Kamiq urban SUV, have been named “Afriq”. The name is important because the vehicle commemorates the legendary Dakar Rally in Africa. It is also important because since …

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Bermuda Triangle bomb as probe uncovers 80-year-old wreckage and 35 sunk planes | Sciences | New

[ad_1] The Bermuda Triangle is an area off the east coast of the United States that is believed to be the source of dozens of planes and planes disappearance. Although measuring between 500,000 and 1,500,000 square miles, the mysterious region does not appear on official maps. It is generally said …

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Borders at Mumbai Airport to be Announced for International Travelers Amid Omicron Fear | Bombay News

[ad_1] Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar announced on Saturday that anyone returning from South Africa would be quarantined upon arrival in the city and that their samples would be sent for genome sequencing. New restrictions at Mumbai airport for international travelers are expected to be in place soon. This comes in …

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Driven by new airlines, the Indian aeronautics sector could take off in 2022

[ad_1] More than 18 months after the COVID-19 pandemic crippled the economy, the aviation sector has yet to fully recover. But the latest data from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGAC) shows that things could be on the rise. Between January and October 2021, national airlines carried nearly 6.21 …

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XPENG named most famous Norwegian newcomer of the year

[ad_1] XPENG has extended its local presence in Norway as a key initiative in its long-term international strategy. With its local partner XBI, XPENG has established 17 local outlets and 21 service outlets in Norway. The Norwegian launch of the special edition XPENG P7 and P7 Wing in October marks …

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Global Aircraft Wheels and Brakes Market Trends and Opportunities to 2028: Growing Demand for MRO Activities in Emerging Economies

[ad_1] DUBLIN, November 26, 2021– (COMMERCIAL THREAD)–The Global Aircraft Wheels and Brakes Market Forecast to 2028 – Impact of COVID-19 and Global Analysis by Component (Braking System, Wheels and Brakes), Type of Adjustment (Line Adjustment and Retro Adjustment) and end user (defense and commercial) ‘ the report was added to …

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Terminal 2 extension completed at Helsinki Airport

[ad_1] Finnish airport operator Finavia is set to open the extension of Helsinki Airport Terminal 2 on December 1, 2021, with a new main entrance, a departures hall, an arrivals hall and a travel center connecting passengers with different modes of transport from the airport. In the summer of 2022, …

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Emirates news agency – Etihad welcomes group of aircraft mechanics to national workforce

[ad_1] Thu 25-11-2021 15:10 PM ABOU DHABI, November 25, 2021 (WAM) – Etihad welcomed its first graduates of the Aircraft Mechanics Development Program this week, having successfully obtained the Category A license in aircraft maintenance, approved by the Authority. United Arab Emirates Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA). Eight UAE national aircraft …

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The cars of the future are waiting for clearance to take off

[ad_1] The X2 flying car produced by Chinese company XPeng is on display at the China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai, Guangdong Province in September. [Photo by Long Wei/for China Daily] Flying vehicles offer a solution to urban traffic congestion Traffic jams are a common problem in cities …

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Verizon and AT&T propose to temporarily reduce 5G power to avoid interference with planes

[ad_1] As the Federal Aviation Administration continues to examine whether mid-range 5G spectrum could pose a risk to aircraft security systems, Verizon and AT&T have proposed reducing power from 5G cell towers for a six-month period. in order to allay the concerns of the industry. Both operators are preparing to …

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Vernon leads the way for less pollution – Vernon Morning Star

[ad_1] Vernon leads the way for less pollution Street lighting change project completed as city switches to LED lights The City of Vernon recently completed a street lighting conversion project to help reduce the light population, replacing old high pressure sodium (HPS) lights with new light emitting diode (LED) lights. …

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Archer Brings Together Best-In-Class Flight Control & Software Team As They Propel To The First Flight | New

[ad_1] PALO ALTO, Calif .– (BUSINESS WIRE) – November 23, 2021– Archer Aviation Inc. (NYSE: ACHR), a leading developer of electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft, has built a world-class flight control and software team as the company accelerates its first flight later this year recently. by appointing Sergio …

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Denied take-off was followed by plane fire in Shannon, report says

[ad_1] Passengers and crew on an international flight departing from Shannon in 2019 escaped after an aborted 270-kilometer-per-hour take-off was followed by a fire in the plane’s brakes, according to a report. According to a report from the State Air Accident Investigation Unit, the Boeing 767 300 33A with 145 …

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Western Sydney Airport terminal construction begins

[ad_1] Construction work on the new terminal at Western Sydney International Airport in Australia has officially started. The terminal will be a destination in its own right with specialty retail outlets, restaurants and cafes, as well as an outdoor plaza that can accommodate events such as local food festivals, markets …

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ICAO grants international training license to 7 Saudi trainers

[ad_1] RIYAD – The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has granted an international training license to four Saudi trainers from the General Civil Aviation Authority (GACA), bringing to 7 the number of internationally accredited Saudi trainers in the field of aviation safety. The licenses reflect the ability of Saudi executives …

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” It was crazy ” ; Dozens of looters ransacked Walnut Creek Nordstrom; 3 arrested – CBS San Francisco

[ad_1] WALNUT CREEK (CBS SF) – Dozens of looters stormed the Nordstrom store in downtown Walnut Creek on Saturday night, terrorizing shoppers, assaulting employees, snatching bags full of merchandise and ransacking shelves before fleeing into several vehicles waiting for them in the street. Lt. Ryan Hibbs of Walnut Creek told …

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Clarification on the flight of the FAB aircraft to the United States

[ad_1] Regarding the frivolous and irresponsible comments that circulated on social networks regarding the flight of the Brazilian Air Force (FAB) plane to the United States on November 13, the Institute reiterates that no one, including M. was not a passenger. Carvalho, in the paragraph under consideration. Only the crew …

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Government orders airlines and ground handlers to use energy efficient equipment

[ad_1] The Ministry of Civil Aviation has asked airlines and ground handling companies (GH) to phase out airport equipment over twelve years old and switch to electric or fuel-efficient variants by May 2022 . While companies praised the ministry’s green initiative, they said the implementation timeline is tight, especially following …

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Airline ticket prices plummet after Kuwait airport returns at full speed

[ad_1] The return to full operation of the airport, as part of the easing of restrictions linked to COVID-19, has prompted the national airline, Kuwait Airways, to increase its flights abroad. Image credit: AFP Cairo: Prices for plane tickets from Kuwait to several destinations have fallen since the country’s international …

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Japan’s ASDF Provides Compensation For Blue Impulse Smoke-Stained Cars

[ad_1] The Japanese Air Self-Defense Force’s Blue Impulse aerobatic team is seen flying over central Tokyo, in this photo taken at the Ministry of Defense in the capital’s Shinjuku district on August 24, 2021, the day of the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Paralympic Games. (Mainichi / Kota Yoshida) A …

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Cirrus could expand to aircraft maintenance base

[ad_1] But Northwest Airlines’ former, mostly vacant maintenance base in Duluth could provide the aircraft maker with temporary leeway as it searches for a longer-term solution. In recent years, the facility had been used by AAR Corp. to maintain commercial aircraft, but that company closed in May 2020 as the …

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Coventry gigafactory called ‘crucial’ after Transport Secretary accused of ‘using public money’ to oppose it

[ad_1] Coventry City Council regeneration chief said a gigafactory project to build batteries for electric cars at Coventry Airport is a “crucial investment” after Transport Secretary Grant Shapps was accused of using a lobbying body to oppose it. Councilor Jim O’Boyle spoke out following a Sunday Times article which claimed …

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Xwing Hires Senior Aviation Director from Bombardier, International Lease Finance Corporation, as Chief Financial Officer

[ad_1] Fred Cromer brings over 25 years of aviation experience to the company, accelerating the introduction of autonomous flight SAN FRANCISCO, Calif .– WEB WIRE – Thursday, November 18, 2021 Xwing, the pioneering aviation autonomy company, today announced the arrival of Fred Cromer to its management team. Cromer joins Xwing …

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Testing sensors in the fog to make future transport safer

[ad_1] Andres Sanchez, left, Jeremy Wright, center, and Brian Bentz prepare for an optical test at Sandia National Laboratories’ fog facility. Bentz is leading a three-year project to use computer imagery to detect, locate and image objects in fog. This photo was taken before the COVID-19 pandemic. Credit: Randy Montoya …

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Boeing 777X PHOTOS: Equipped with cutting-edge technology, this aircraft takes the aviation industry by storm

[ad_1] Fully advanced Boeing 777X aircraft | Photo credit: Boeing Highlights Boeing’s latest 777X passenger plane is all state of the art. It promises better fuel efficiency and operating savings for airlines. The aircraft has a larger cabin, advanced lighting, comfortable seats for a better in-flight experience. There are some …

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Awareness of the situation beyond the cockpit

[ad_1] Founded in Silicon Valley, California, uAvionix has maintained a scorching pace of product development since moving to Bigfork, MT, in 2019, and announced the weatherproof, networked pingStation 3 on November 10, less than a year after the deployment of pingStation 2 (The original pingStation debuted in 2017.) The latest …

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India’s IndiGo plans to charge passengers for checked baggage

[ad_1] IndiGo does not intend to travel routes such as London that require wide-body planes Image credit: Reuters IndiGo, one of Asia’s largest low-cost carriers, plans to charge passengers for checked baggage as the airline braces for a potentially fierce price war in the Indian air transport market, which shows …

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Your next car should be a bicycle

[ad_1] Header image: Bicycle parking at Western Springs College. Source – Greater Auckland This is a guest article by Dr Timothy F Welch. Tim is a Senior Lecturer in Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Auckland. Shatter 5 myths about self-centricity Whenever it is suggested that action should …

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The navy has supported the 3rd aircraft carrier in its planning, said vice-admiral

[ad_1] The Navy’s plan to have a force of 170 ships by 2027 has suffered delays, for a variety of reasons, but it continues to move forward with the same goal in its planning ahead and has welcomed a third carrier. planes, the vice-chief of the navy. Satish Namdeo Ghormade …

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Law on investment in infrastructure and employment gives optimism to the transport industry | Schwabe, Williamson and Wyatt PC

[ad_1] Those of you who work in transportation, ports, and the marine industry have a lot to look forward to as the roads, railways, ports, and other transportation infrastructure of the United States should see improvements now that Congress. passed the $ 1.2 trillion infrastructure investment and jobs act, HR …

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Distributors EDMO and Levil Aviation Announce Partnership to Distribute Advanced Experimental Autopilot Solutions

[ad_1] SPOKANE, Wash., November 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – EDMO Distributors, a global leader in the distribution of avionics, test equipment and installation supplies, is delighted to announce a partnership with Levil Aviation to distribute its line of wireless experimental autopilots innovative, portable AHRS and ADS. Solutions B. (PRNewsfoto …

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Battlefield 2042 Sundance: tips, abilities and how to play

[ad_1] Source: Electronic Arts Battlefield 2042 Specialists represent the heart of the action-packed gameplay that has the potential to make Battlefield 2042 one of Xbox’s best shooters, and with their versatile wingsuit and versatile explosives, Sundance is easily one of the specialists. the most powerful in the game. list. However, …

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Aircraft Fuel Pump Market Size and Outlook 2028 | Main companies – Honeywell International, Parker Hannifin, Eaton, Crane Aerospace, Triumph Group, Woodward, Zodiac Aerospace, Cascon, Weldon, Crissair,

[ad_1] New Jersey, United States, – A recent market research report added to the repository of verified market reports is an in-depth analysis of the Aircraft Fuel Pumps Market. Based on the analysis of the historical growth and current scenario of the Fuel Pumps market, the report intends to offer …

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Hermeus unveils and strengthens the hypersonic prototype

[ad_1] Hermeus, who landed a $ 60 million contract with the US Air Force for the initial development of a hypersonic business jet for presidential travel, unveiled a non-flying prototype of its test vehicle last week. small unmanned Quarterhorse. At the invitation-only event at its Atlanta headquarters, the company not …

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Lufthansa & Kearney eco-air travel partnership takes off

[ad_1] The world’s leading management consulting firm, Kearney, continues to build on its commitment to sustainability by committing to Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) by partnering with Lufthansa’s Compensaid program. As Kearney already offsets 100% of its global business travel each year, the partnership is focused on the future: the way …

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Hydrogen-powered planes offer a new perspective for sustainable travel

[ad_1] Hydrogen-powered aircraft fleets would form the platform for a very different kind of transportation system, says Jenny Kavanagh, chief strategy officer, Cranfield Aerospace Solutions (CAeS) Transportation is a puzzle: disputes over new airport runways and the construction of more roads, increasing urbanization, traffic jams and guilt over the resulting …

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WWII planes on display at Conroe

[ad_1] November 6, 2021Update: November 6, 2021 2:35 p.m. 1of5 Scott Domonoske enjoys visiting a B-17 Flying Fortress while traveling to General Aviation Services on Saturday, November 6, 2021, in Conroe. Guests were able to visit and pay for rides on three local planes. Jason Fochtman / Personal PhotographerShow moreShow …

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English cricketers arrive for the ashes

[ad_1] BRISBANE, Australia (AP) – Let the hype, hyperbole and general madness begin. It’s almost Ash Hour, the most anticipated series in world cricket. The first group of English cricketers arrived at Brisbane Airport on Saturday morning to begin a 14-day quarantine at a luxury Gold Coast resort and nearly …

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See the light on the tram

[ad_1] As the government now appears poised to invest heavily in rapid transit in Auckland, and Wellington now also offers a large active mode and rapid transit program, it is clear that we are at a critical point along the way. to repair our cities. To make them great places …

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KAI Selected to Supply New Reconnaissance Aircraft to Korean Air Force

[ad_1] The South Korean Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) selected Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) as the winner of a $ 745.6 million contract for the supply of four Dassault Aviation Falcon business jets 2000LXS converted to Baekdu-class intelligence, reconnaissance and surveillance (ISR) aircraft. As stated in KAI Press release, KAI …

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Stonepeak and Bellinger Complete Aviation Industry’s First Largely Syndicated Aircraft Loan Securitization

NEW YORK & SYDNEY – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Stonepeak Partners LP (“Stonepeak”), a leading alternative investment firm specializing in infrastructure and real estate assets, and Bellinger Asset Management (“Bellinger”), an investment management firm focused on he origination and management of investments in aviation, carried out the first securitization of aircraft …

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Van Don Airport Receives Covid Global Health Accreditation

[ad_1] It became the sixth airport in Vietnam to receive accreditation from the Airports Council International, a program that supports airports around the world by introducing preventive hygiene, health and safety measures against the pandemic, said the ‘Airports Corporation of Vietnam. The airports of Da Nang, Noi Bai, Tan Son …

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