Monthly Archives: August 2022

Ideas for your garage | American News

When you want to keep your car safe and dry, a garage is key. A covered garage provides protection from rain, dirt and sun damage, not to mention flying debris and animal droppings. Why birds flock to cars during target practice remains a big mystery. Not everyone has access to …

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Hydrogen Aircraft Market Intelligence 2022: Power Source, Passenger Capacity, Range, Platform, Technology – Global Forecast to 2027 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Hydrogen Aircraft Market Intelligence Report – Global Forecast to 2027” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global Hydrogen Aircraft Market is expected to reach USD 718.52 Million by 2027, from USD 189.83 Million in 2021, at a CAGR of 24.83% during the forecast period. In …

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Afternoon update: less humid and cooler air follows the storms

Comment this story Comment 6:00 p.m. — The thunderstorms move away, the temperature drops by 20 degrees The strongest of the storms has moved out of the area as trailing rain slides through areas along and east of Interstate 95. Most of these rains are expected to end within the …

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lawmakers decide on the future of transport in the EU – EURACTIV.com

Receive the Transport Brief in your mailbox by subscribing here. Welcome to the Transport Brief! We hope the summer sun has given you some energy and that any vacation trip has been smooth enough. Although the beaches are starting to empty, airline queues are shrinking and temperatures are getting colder, …

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Six suspects arrested by the Johannesburg Flying Squad

Members of the Johannesburg Flying Squad arrested four suspects for various crimes in the Johannesburg area and recovered a vehicle and two unlicensed firearms with ammunition between August 26 and 29. Four suspects have been arrested for possession of unlicensed firearms and ammunition, and a red Toyota Sedan stolen from …

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IAI signs a contract with Italy for two SIGINT E550

Israel Aerospace Industries signs contract with Italy for two special mission aircraft Signal Intelligence (SIGINT) is a somewhat “obscure” collection of intelligence by intercepting signals, whether communications between people (communications intelligence – abbreviated COMINT) or electronic signals not directly used in communication (electronic intelligence – abbreviated ELINT). Signals intelligence has …

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ASX Tech Stocks: This Engineering Material Can Think and DroneShield Deploys Technology at US International Airport

Researchers have used integrated circuits to create a material that can think and act on mechanical stressors DroneShield’s counter drone system is now in place at a US international airport Altech plans to produce pocket-cell lithium-ion batteries for testing in Perth Researchers from the US Air Force and Penn State …

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“A Century of Agricultural Aviation: 1921-2021” at the Nebraska Prairie Museum | Local News

RICK BROWN Garden Light Bracket HOLDREGE – At an airfield outside Dayton, Ohio, in 1921, CR Nellie, an entomologist with the Ohio Department of Agriculture, had the idea of ​​controlling pests with an airplane. When he pitched his idea, Nellie’s concept was met with skepticism. Eventually, a cooperative project was …

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Who was killed by Darya Dugina in a car explosion in Russia?

Darya Dugina, 29-year-old Russian journalist, television commentator and daughter of Alexander Dugin, a powerful ally of President Vladimir Putin, was killed in a car bomb explosion in Moscow. She was returning from a cultural festival which her father was also attending. Twitter/@@Partisangirl The car belonged to his father and at …

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Homemade warrior: Vikrant, India’s first aircraft carrier : The Tribune India

Ajay Banerjee aboard Vikrant On October 26, 1949, the Defense Minister’s committee assessing the Indian Navy’s requirements approved the concept of having two “light aircraft carriers” of our own. The plans for the new independent India were derived from impact carriers manufactured during World War II. In April 1942, four …

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Married at first sight: Melinda Willis arrives at Brisbane airport dressed in designer clothes

Future Married At First Sight star Melinda Willis was spotted exhausted but stylish as she dragged her luggage through Brisbane airport on Friday. The Brisbane-based flight attendant-turned-beautician was heading to her impending wedding destination to tie the knot with a man she’s never met. Blonde bombshell, Melinda dresses comfortably in …

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All eyes are on Air Peace boss Allen Onyeama

Worried is the head that wears the crown. This Shakespearean quote seems to fit perfectly with the fate of town lawyer and aviation magnate, Allen Onyeama. For the boss of Air Peace, he was able to stand up despite all the obstacles that were opposed to him, especially since his …

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The Airbus Zephyr completed the longest recorded drone flight in an Army test

The Airbus Zephyr is a lightweight solar-powered unmanned aerial vehicle. Capable of flying at high altitudes for extremely long durations, the US military is considering the aircraft for its arsenal. Specifically, the U.S. Army Futures Command is evaluating the Zephyr for the intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance role as well as …

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Gepard Anti-Aircraft Systems now in the fight

The first, or at least among the first, images of a Flakpanzer Gepard self-propelled anti-aircraft gun donated by Germany in Ukrainian service appeared online on August 25. automatic cannons that exhibit a formidable air defense capability against low-flying Russian air threats and can also be used against ground targets. German …

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Canada Jetlines completes loan transaction

TORONTO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Canada Jetlines Operations Ltd. (NEO: CJET) (“Airlines of Canada“or the”Company) The new all-Canadian leisure airline is pleased to announce that it has closed its announced loan transaction and received gross proceeds of $1,000,000 (the “the”Ready”) of Roosheila Group Inc. (the “Lender”). The lender is a holding company of Reg …

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Museveni wants action against airport officials over flaws

President Museveni has demanded action against Ugandan Civil Aviation Authority (UCAA) officials responsible for what he was told were less than satisfactory security measures at the international airport of Entebbe. In a letter to the Minister of Public Works and Transport, General Katumba Wamala, the political head of the aviation …

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We tackle the challenges of the aviation industry headlong – FAAN MD

The Chief Executive Officer of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), Captain Rabiu Hamisu Yadudu, described the measures taken by the agency to address challenges in the aviation industry. He spoke with aviation correspondents, SULEIMAN IDRIS brought excerpts. The aviation industry in the country is undoubtedly currently facing multiple …

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript – Driver hospitalized after crash at Rindge

Posted: 08/24/2022 1:29:38 PM Modified: 08/24/2022 1:26:02 PM A driver was transported to UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, Mass., after a single-car accident on Route 119 in Rindge on Wednesday morning. Rindge Fire and Police were dispatched to the area at 1524 Route 119 at approximately 7:26 p.m. after …

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Navy could dismantle former nuclear-powered aircraft carrier company in commercial yard

The aircraft carrier USS Enterprise (CVN-65) makes its final voyage to Newport News Shipbuilding. US Navy photo courtesy of Huntington Ingalls Industries The Navy is seeking to contract with a commercial dismantling facility to dispose of the service’s first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier due to a heavy workload in the Puget …

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Al Bateen Executive Airport reopens after renovation project

Abu Dhabi’s Al Bateen Executive Airport reopened recently following the successful completion of a major refurbishment project to meet increased operational demand. The project, completed in less than 90 days, involved the resurfacing and widening of the existing 3.2 kilometer runway to accommodate jumbo jets and a substantial new perimeter …

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Hungary investigating Wizz Air after fining Ryanair €765,000

Wizz Air IATA/ICAO code: W6/WZZ Airline type: Very low cost carrier Year of foundation: 2003 CEO: Jozsef Varadi Country: Hungary Wizz Air could be in trouble as the Hungarian government has ordered an investigation into the local low-cost carrier for alleged violations of consumer protection laws. The inquiry into the …

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Charting a Path to Cleaner Skies with EDF’s New Sustainable High Integrity Aviation Fuels (SAF) Handbook

This blog post was written by Pedro Piris-CabezasDirector of Sustainable International Transportation and Senior Economist at Environmental Defense Fund. The sun rises above the clouds seen from an airplane window Although humans were not biologically built to take flight, innovation, invention and science have brought us to take flight. Through …

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“Legally Copied” by Lockheed Martin

Since the F-35 stealth aircraft could take on Russian fighters at some point in Europe, the aircraft and its design were a direct derivative of a former Soviet Union project that could not be completed when the superpower communist collapsed – the Yakovlev Yak-141. The war in Ukraine has ‘significantly …

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At Austin airport, Janet Zweig’s “interimaginary departures” — Sightlines

There is no Gate 13 at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. Instead, between Gates 12 and 14 is Gate ∞ (the infinity symbol), an immersive and interactive permanent installation by Brooklyn-based artist Janet Zweig. Called “Interimaginary Departures,” the installation opened late last year ahead of this summer’s wave of travel. The space …

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Virgin Australia in court over ex-chief pilot’s bullying claim and claims

Earlier this year, Virgin Australia CEO Jayne Hrdlicka was accused of “bullying and harassment” by the airline’s (now former) chief pilot. Claims by former chief pilot Michael Fitzgerald later led to his dismissal. Fitzgerald is now hoping for appropriate compensation from the Australian Federal Circuit Court. Bullying and harassment? Unfortunately, …

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Jason Momoa had a head-on collision with a motorcyclist in his Oldsmobile

Well-known celebrity Jason Momoa was recently involved in a head-on collision with a motorcyclist. Fortunately, everything went well. The accident happened while Momoa was driving a vintage muscle car from one of his films. The Justice League actor couldn’t avoid the crash when the motorcyclist rounded a bend and crossed …

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IAF sends four Sukhois, two C-17 planes for exercise “Pitch Black” in Australia

Image source: INDIA TV A French Air Force A330 Phenix aerial refueler refueled Indian Air Force Sukhoi SU-30s. Pitch Black exercise: Four Indian Air Force Sukhoi-30 MKI fighter jets and two C-17 heavy lift aircraft joined a 17-nation air combat exercise in Australia on Friday. The three-week ‘Pitch Black’ exercise, …

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Three dead light planes collide at Watsonville, California airport

Image of the plane crash incident in California. Credit: [email protected] A crash over Watsonville Municipal Airport in California resulted in the deaths of three passengers. According to local reports, three people died on the afternoon of Thursday, August 18, after an incident involving two light aircraft colliding over Watsonville Municipal …

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Red Rock Biofuels and Frontline BioEnergy Successfully Gasified Residual Woody Biomass into Syngas for Sustainable Aviation Fuel Production

HOUSTON & NEVADA, Iowa–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Red Rock Biofuels LLC, a next-generation producer of low-carbon biofuels, and Frontline BioEnergy, a leading provider of waste and biomass gasification solutions, announce that they have successfully tested their innovative technology which gasifies Red Rock’s residual woody biomass feedstock into high-quality syngas for the production of …

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Man arrested after plane reported being targeted by laser

POLICE officers investigating reports of a laser being pointed at a plane flying over a village in Somerset have arrested a 51-year-old man. Several planes flying from local airports and airfields, including Bristol Airport and RNAS Yeovilton, were reportedly targeted. The officers were sent to Martock on Sunday evening after …

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The United States announced in Kyiv that Russia planned to seize the airport of Hostomel

Six months after being invaded by Russia, Ukraine has more than successfully defended itself, destroying thousands of pieces of enemy equipment, killing thousands of Russian soldiers and largely blunting any advance beyond Donbass and south. . But as the Washington Post report shows – in the first of a series …

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American becomes the third airline to order Boom Supersonic jets | Air industry

Commercial supersonic transatlantic travel is set to return nearly 20 years after Concorde was decommissioned. American Airlines agreed on Tuesday to buy up to 20 superfast jets from aviation startup Boom Supersonic, with an option to buy 40 more. Overture jets, which promise speeds of up to Mach 1.7 over …

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Russia’s ‘nuclear-powered’ cruise missile dubbed ‘Flying Chernobyl’ could be ready for deployment by 2025 – reports

Nearly 36 years after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986, Europe could once again be on the brink of nuclear disaster, with its biggest nuclear power plant coming under repeated attack. The world’s deadliest air disaster – Japan commemorates 37 years of horrific tragedies that killed 520 people Ukraine’s Russian-owned …

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Malaysia Airlines to acquire 20 A330 neo aircraft

Malaysia Aviation Group has signed memorandums of understanding with Airbus and leasing company Avolon to add 20 A330-900 neos to its fleet. Ten of the aircraft will come directly from Airbus (under a sale-leaseback agreement with Avolon), while the other ten will be leased directly from the leasing company. The …

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Independence Day: AAI commits to the growth of airport infrastructure in India

The Airports Authority of India celebrated the 76th Independence Day with patriotic fervor and zeal and expressed its commitment to the growth of airport infrastructure in the country. Chairman of the Airports Authority of India, Sanjeev Kumar hoisted the national flag at the Delhi Air Traffic Services complex at …

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Oil prices fall as Aramco says it is ready to increase crude production

FILE PHOTO – A pump jack is seen surrounded by steam during sunset at a PetroChina oilfield in Karamay, Xinjiang Uigur Autonomous Region January 5, 2011. REUTERS/Stringer Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Saudi Aramco ready to maximize production to 12m bpd – CEO U.S. Gulf of …

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10 Exaggerated Luxury Cars Millionaires Use As Daily Drivers

Daily drivers are meant to be comfortable and economical. These cars are designed to be affordable for cruising around town or even for short trips here and there. While most people flock to trustworthy brands like BMW and Audi if they want a classy daily driver, there are a few …

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Azul unveils the fourth and last Airbus with a Disney livery

Brazilian airline Azul Linhas Aéreas has officially unveiled the fourth member of the world’s most magical fleet, made up of several planes based on the Airbus A320 family promoting a unique livery with certain Disney characters. Who is the latest member? Let’s find out. Two mice, a duck and… Since …

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No commercial flights for Williamsport Regional Airport yet | News, Sports, Jobs

Williamsport Regional Airport will not have commercial air service anytime soon, airport executive director Richard Howell reported. “The short version is ‘no'” he said in response to a question about the return of commercial flights at the Williamsport Municipal Airport Authority meeting. He said talks are …

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What procedures are in place to ensure the safety of aircraft and their occupants?

Travelers and crew members all want a safe, smooth flight that departs and arrives on time. However, certain weather conditions, such as heavy fog, cause low visibility conditions that present significant challenges. These problems have a particular impact on taxi, take-off and landing operations. Let’s explore the tools and procedures …

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Texas man charged with flying drug-laden drone in Fort Worth prison yard

COUNTY OF TARRANT (CBSDFW.COM) – He allegedly flew a drone loaded with drugs, prepaid phones and mp3 players into a Fort Worth prison yard. Now Bryant LeRay Henderson will likely end up behind bars. The 42-year-old was arrested and charged with one count of attempting to supply contraband to prison, …

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Global Commercial Aircraft Leasing Market 2022-2026: Strong Irish and Chinese Lessor Market Position and Aggressive Low-Cost Carrier Market Expansion Strategies to Drive Growth – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Global Commercial Aircraft Leasing Market 2022-2026” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offer. The commercial aircraft leasing market is expected to grow by $15.50 billion between 2022 and 2026, accelerating at a CAGR of 8.66% during the forecast period. The Commercial Aircraft Leasing Market report provides comprehensive analysis, …

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Viral video of bodybuilder Haryana Bobby Kataria smoking on SpiceJet plane calls airport security into question

A man wearing pajamas with the name ‘Bobby Kataria’ printed on one side was seen smoking on a SpiceJet plane Photo: Twitter HIGHLIGHTS Indian Aircraft Rules, 1937, prohibits smoking inside an aircraft. A man, identified as Bobby Kataria from Haryana, was seen lighting a cigarette and smoking it on a …

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Rakesh Jhunjhunwala says he is confident in aviation sector; Bullish on PSU banks, hospitals

In a recent interview, Big Bull Rakesh Jhunjhunwala said he continues to remain bullish on domestic stock markets even as Dalal Street, along with its global peers, face multiple headwinds. “I think (domestic) stock markets will grow regardless of global developments,” Rakesh Jhunjhunwala told CNBC-TV18. He also added that the …

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Launch of Starlink internet satellites delayed to backup time tonight – Spaceflight Now

Live coverage of the countdown and launch of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The Starlink 4-26 mission will launch SpaceX’s next batch of 53 Starlink broadband satellites. follow us on Twitter. DFS live SpaceX is counting down to the …

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Air New Zealand brings back America’s first desert plane

Air New Zealand is bringing its first storage jet back to an American desert, nearly 700 days since it was sent there due to the Covid-19 which is decimating international travel. In 2020, the airline sent four of its largest planes – the 777-300ER – to a storage facility in …

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Two people die after Border Patrol vehicle theft in New Mexico

Contributed article/Courtesy of U.S. Customs and Border Protection NEW MEXICO – On July 27, at approximately 4:05 a.m., a Border Patrol agent driving an unmarked U.S. Border Patrol vehicle was on roving patrols on New Mexico Route 9 and observed a Tahoe traveling west near mile marker 144. Officer observed …

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More than 150,000 flights have started under the Centre’s UDAN program: Scindia

Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia on Sunday highlighted the government’s efforts to increase air connectivity and said more than 1.5 lakh flights have been launched in the past 5 years. He also noted that the number was achieved under the UDAN program. “Under Udaan Yojana, the democratization of …

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HAL Develops Long-Endurance AI-Driven Drone for China Border Surveillance – The New Indian Express

By PTI NEW DELHI: State-run aerospace giant Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) is working on an AI-driven, advanced, long-endurance multi-role drone for strategic missions in high-altitude areas, including including along the borders with China, people familiar with the development said Sunday. The rotary-wing drone will have the capacity to carry a …

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Honored to be aboard India’s 1st Native Aircraft Carrier: Mohanlal

Superstar Mohanlal expressed his gratitude after visiting Vikrant, the country’s first locally built aircraft carrier. The 62-year-old actor toured the soon to be commissioned aircraft carrier with filmmaker Major Ravi on Thursday. Mohanlal shared photos of his visit to the plane on Twitter on Saturday and called it “a …

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AirFleet Capital offers the most effective aircraft loan programs in the United States

AirFleet Capital is a professional aircraft leasing company in the United States, providing convenient financing options for general aviation customers. They offer various aircraft loan programs to meet the needs of different customers. This makes it easier for anyone to get the financing they need to pursue their passion for …

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Proposed Rezoning Could Reroute Whitehorse Airport Trail

A planned runway extension at Erik Nielsen International Airport could mean the rezoning of an environmentally protected area for airport use. The proposal to designate land in the Puckett’s Gulch area as an airport, rather than the current environmental protection area, was presented at the Whitehorse City Council meeting on …

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Ryanair continues to break pre-COVID passenger records

While much of the European aviation industry faces staff shortages, strike threats and general chaos, Ryanair shows that this is not the case for everyone. In July, Ryanair carried 16.8 million passengers, beating its pre-COVID record of 14.9 by more than 25% set in August 2019. As a stranger to …

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Land Line Now Community Bulletin Board – August 5, 2022

Poll on the proposed closure of the Lewis and Clark Bridge Washington State DOT conducts online investigation investigation regarding a proposed closure of the Lewis and Clark Bridge between Longview, Washington, and Rainier, Oregon. The closure would take place over six days in the spring or summer of 2023. Survey …

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[Video] Light aircraft narrowly avoids two parked planes in Cotswold before crashing into a ditch

[Video] Light aircraft narrowly avoids two parked planes in Cotswold before crashing into a ditch

On 4 August at approximately 10.30am (UTC+1), a light aircraft carrying a pilot and two passengers crashed into a ditch alongside the A429 after overrunning the runway at Cotswold Airport, UK United. The three were taken to hospital. The adjacent road (A429) was closed for several hours to clear debris …

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Boris Becker’s daughter Anna Ermakova has a relaxed figure

Boris Becker’s daughter Anna Ermakova arrived at Palma de Mallorca airport on Thursday ahead of a party hosted by German businessman Marcel Remus. The model, 22, – whose tennis star father was jailed in April – cut a relaxed figure as she exited the terminal and jumped into a waiting …

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Proposed Cut Inflation Act of 2022 Provides Additional Funding to DOE’s Loan Program Office to Support Energy, Vehicle, and Transit Infrastructure Development in the United States | Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP

On July 27, 2022, Senator Manchin (D-WV) and Senator Schumer (D-NY) announced a new reconciliation bill, the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (IRA). The IRA would provide $433 billion in total investments, including $369 billion for “energy security and climate change” and $64 billion for an “extension of the Affordable …

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Amid skyrocketing rate of flight cancellations, Senator Markey leads bicameral colleagues in introducing cash refunds for flight cancellations legislation to protect the rights of air travelers | Press Releases

Amid skyrocketing rate of flight cancellations, Senator Markey leads bicameral colleagues in introducing cash refunds for flight cancellations legislation to protect the rights of air travelers | Press releases | Congressman Jamie Raskin …

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The SpiceJet lessor asks the Indian DGCA to withdraw the registration of its Boeing plane

A SpiceJet passenger Boeing 737-800 takes off from Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport in Ahmedabad, India May 19, 2016. REUTERS/Amit Dave/File Photo Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Aug 2 (Reuters) – Alterna Aircraft Ltd, an Irish lessor of low-cost airline SpiceJet Ltd (SPJT.NS), has asked India’s …

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Air Transat obtains one last loan related to COVID-19

Air Transat IATA/ICAO code: TS/TSC Airline type: Full service carrier Year of foundation: 1986 CEO: Annick Guerard Country: Canada Canadian company Air Transat has secured a final loan of C$150 million ($117 million) from the Canada Business Emergency Financing Corporation (CEEFC). The COVID-19 support loan will be the latest in …

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ADS Advance – Farnborough Airport begins construction of £55m hangar

in aerospace Posted on August 2, 2022 Farnborough Airport has appointed contractors McLaughlin & Harvey and Gebler Tooth to design and build its new £55 million, 175,000 square foot sustainably designed hangar development, Domus III, whose construction will begin this month and is expected to be completed in early 2024. …

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Iran reportedly about to start creating aircraft parts for Russia

In an unsurprising move, Iran and Russia have agreed to cooperate to thwart sanctions targeting aircraft parts and repairs. Iran’s MEHR news agency reported on July 26 that Iran and Russia signed a cooperation agreement on parts and repairs and also agreed to increase flights between the two countries. Since …

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Jaguar I-Pace catches fire again – is this another Bolt EV battery fire situation?

Another Jaguar I-Pace battery caught fire without any accident after simply being charged in a garage. This is the fourth known I-Pace battery fire that appears to have started on its own, which is starting to matter considering the relatively low number of units on the roads. Jaguar also uses …

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