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China ‘on track’ to develop 6th generation fighter jets; The United States must deploy its NGAD before the PLAAF

There are rumors that China may be working on a sixth-generation aircraft program, much like its western counterpart. As the rivalry between the two sides intensifies, the upper echelons of the US military begin to raise the bar. China in the line of sight! US sends ‘most advanced’ Zumwalt-class stealth …

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These are the 10 best presidential planes in the world

The presidential plane is undoubtedly the safest plane on the planet. They are true flying fortresses that can survive many types of destruction attempts. They are equipped with the latest technologies available and have impressive features that we never see in conventional aircraft. Of course, this type of aircraft has …

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The Air Force is still unsure of the cause of the Osprey mechanical problem that grounded the plane

The Air Force special operations chief said he was concerned about a mechanical problem on the service’s fleet of CV-22 Ospreys that caused sudden emergency landings, saying the root cause did not been identified. Lt. Gen. Jim Slife, commander of Air Force Special Operations Command, told reporters Tuesday night at …

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South African company Paramount receives orders for Mwari planes

Two customers placed nine orders Paramount plans to sell mini-factories to its customers PRETORIA, September 21 (Reuters) – South African private defense firm Paramount Aerospace Industries has received orders for nine of its Mwari jets – the first domestically designed and built military aircraft in nearly two decades, the company …

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Russian official suggests pilots fix their own planes – Airways Magazine

DALLAS – Russia’s Deputy Industry and Trade Minister Oleg Bocharov believes pilots should train to become mechanics and learn how to maintain their own aircraft. “Together with the Ministry of Transport, we must prepare and certify the pilots as universal soldiers: they must be both pilots and mechanics, and the …

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FAA’s head of aircraft certification closes regulatory gaps

As the aviation industry enters a new “golden age” rich in innovation, regulators are struggling to keep up with the rapid pace of technological advancements. In the absence of a new regulatory framework to govern new technologies designed for advanced air mobility (AAM), such as eVTOL air taxis, the United …

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139th Airlift Wing targets new aircraft model

September 9 – The 139th Airlift Wing commander takes a comprehensive approach to future military unit success at Rosecrans Memorial Airport. Much of the future success, according to Colonel John Cluck, is a significant upgrade of the C-130J transport aircraft model. Cluck, speaking at a public affairs coffee Friday, discussed …

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DARPA develops small vertical take-off aircraft for military use

The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, is seeking to develop a revolutionary new vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) aircraft. The program is known as Advanced airCraft Infrastructure-Less Launch And RecoverY X-Plane, or ANCILLARY. The ANCILLARY program aims to develop a “leapfrog” craft that can land and take …

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GFC 500 autopilot certification for certain American Champion Scout aircraft

Garmin International, Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd., today announced that it has received Supplemental Type Certification (STC) from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for the GFC™ 500 autopilot in the American Champion Aircraft 8GCBC Scout1. Plus, Smart Rudder Bias and Vertical Navigation (VNAV) functionality2 are now certified for Beechcraft …

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Aircraft cargo door and handling system designs seek greater efficiency

Aircraft Cargo Door and Handling System Designs Seek Greater Efficiency | Aviation Week Network https://aviationweek.com/themes/custom/particle/dist/app-drupal/assets/awn-logo.svg Skip to main content Vallair notes that the metal structures and hydraulic door activation systems on the main deck have proven reliable for freighter conversions. 1 credit With a growing market for passenger-to-cargo conversions, major …

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VA Chaplain observes future veterans on aircraft carriers

A VA chaplain’s experience aboard a Navy aircraft carrier gives him additional tools to provide comfort, support, guidance and education to the nearly 200,000 veterans enrolled in the Dallas Virginia. Chaplain Patricia Roberts’ distinguished two-day visit invitation gave her a unique perspective of the modern active military force, their duties, …

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Berniq Airways will receive a third plane in a few days

Private company Barniq Airways, based at Benghazi Benina Airport, today announced that it is preparing to receive its third aircraft – the Airbus A320 (5A-BRC) – within days. He said the aircraft is currently undergoing the process of painting and re-coating in the bright colors of Barneq livery, after it …

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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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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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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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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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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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“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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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[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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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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What aircraft did Vanguard Airlines operate?

Before we take a look at the Missouri-based Vanguard Airlines planes in its fleet, let’s first learn a bit more about the airline. Founded in 1994 as a low-cost airline, Vanguard’s business plan centered on cutting costs from major carriers and offering lower fares to its customers. While a regular, …

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Pilot ‘jumps’ from plane in North Carolina after losing landing gear; The plane manages to land, the pilot is dead

The body of a 23-year-old who appeared to have fallen or jumped from a CASA C-212 turboprop twin-engine light cargo plane has been discovered in Wake County, North Carolina, US, officials said. authorities. Mysteriously, the passenger got off the twin-engine cargo plane before it had to make an emergency landing …

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Air Force MiG-21 fighter jet crashes in Rajasthan, both pilots dead

An Air Force MiG-21 fighter jet has crashed in Barmer district in Rajasthan. The reason for the accident is not yet known. A MiG plane has crashed in the Barmer district of Rajasthan. (Screenshot) STRONG POINTS MiG-21 fighter jet crashed at Barmer in Rajasthan Two pilots died in the crash …

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Jet Airways begins hiring pilots for A320, 737NG and 737Max aircraft

Jet Airways on Tuesday launched the pilot hiring process for Airbus’ A320 planes as well as Boeing’s 737NG and 737Max planes. The airline, which received the air operator certificate from the DGCA on May 20, has not yet placed an order for planes with European aircraft …

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Rafale M: ​​the French aircraft carrier fighter that makes Russia sweat

Rafale M: ​​The Omnivorous Fighter “Omnirole” – “Flexibility is the key to airpowersaid the strategic general of 20th century Italian air power. Julien Douhet (1869 – 1930), and it is a principle that is hammered into the minds of young aspiring officers of the United States Air Force from the …

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Boeing launches first P-8A Poseidon aircraft for New Zealand with iconic Kiwi Roundel

“The aircraft features the iconic Kiwi roundel, a bird native to New Zealand,” said Sheena Vince Cruz, Boeing P-8 program manager for the Asia-Pacific region. Boeing launched the first P-8A Poseidon aircraft for New Zealand in its Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) livery on July 21, 2022. New Zealand …

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Paramount to convert two more maritime patrol aircraft for Pakistan

Paramount Group is converting additional Embraer jets into maritime patrol aircraft (MPA) for Pakistan as part of its Sea Sultan project. In July 2021, Defense News reported that Pakistan had contracted Leonardo to convert three Embraer Lineage 1000 aircraft into long-range maritime patrol aircraft for the Pakistan Navy as part …

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Qatar Airways presents its new aircraft at the Farnborough International Airshow

DOHA: Qatar Airways is taking part in the Farnborough International Airshow held in the UK after a record financial year and having expanded its global network to more than 150 destinations. During the five-day event, Qatar Airways will showcase its state-of-the-art Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, never before shown at an airshow. …

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Boeing plans 1,500 fewer new planes over next 20 years due to Russian-Ukrainian conflict

Ahead of the Farnborough Show, Boeing released its 2022 Commercial Market Outlook (CMO) in which it forecasts demand for new aircraft to exceed 41,000 units (41,170) over the 2022-2041 period. The CMO forecasts a market value of $7.2 trillion for new aircraft deliveries, with an 80% increase in the global …

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India is preparing for its first indigenous aircraft carrier

The fourth phase of sea trials of the Indigenous Aircraft Carrier (IAC), also known as INS Vikrant, was successfully completed on 10 July 22, during which integrated trials of the majority of equipment and onboard systems, including some equipment from the aviation facilities complex, were undertaken. The delivery of the …

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Belgorod: the Russian project for an “aircraft carrier” of underwater drones?

The Russian Navy lacks reliable aircraft carriers. It makes up for this serious drawback with a diverse and robust submarine force. Now the Russians have a submarine that could soon launch nuclear-tipped torpedoes while equipping the most modern missiles available for a submarine. Nuclear K-329 Belgorod is a Oscar II …

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Jet Trainer Aircraft Market 2022 and Analysis by Top Key Players – Irkut Corporation, Diamond Aircraft Industries, Pilatus, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited

Global jet trainer market overview And Analysis: New Jersey, United States, – Report Title Jet Trainer Aircraft is one of the most comprehensive and significant additions to the verified market reports. Provides detailed research and analysis of key aspects of the global Jet Training Aircraft market. Market analysts write in-depth …

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Aircraft Seating Market Expected to Grow by $13 Billion

According to market research firm Technavio, the aircraft seat market is expected to grow by $13 billion between 2022 and 2026. However, Technavio indicates that the market will slow at a compound average growth rate (CAGR) of 18, 74% over the same period. Technavio’s research therefore indicates that the seating …

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The market for aircraft fuel systems is booming

The report offers a comprehensive research study of the Aircraft Fuel Systems Market which includes accurate forecasts and analysis at global, regional and national levels. It offers a global vision of the world Aircraft Fuel Systems Market and a detailed value chain analysis to help players gain a close understanding …

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India’s Tejas jet emerges as first choice for Malaysia’s fighter jet program : The Tribune India

PTI New Delhi, July 3 India’s Tejas light fighter jet has become the top choice for Malaysia as the Southeast Asian nation plans to replace its aging fleet of fighter jets and the two sides hold talks to advance the procurement process. Malaysia has reduced its number of …

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US Army Africa Command plans Skydweller solar-powered aircraft

The Skydweller solar plane. U.S. Military Africa Command supports the development of the Skydweller solar-powered aircraft that it sees being used by the United States and its partners to counter violent and destabilizing extremist activity in Africa. The aircraft was showcased in Spain on June 14, when civilian and military …

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UP cabinet approves policy for setting up aircraft repair and maintenance centers

Uttar Pradesh’s cabinet on Tuesday approved a policy to make way for the establishment of aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) centers in the state. The government said that with no MRO establishment in India, the planes are currently being sent for repair and maintenance to places like Singapore and …

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IAF deploys 7 types of fixed and rotary wing aircraft to undertake relief operations

As the flood situation in Assam improves, the Indian Air Force has deployed seven types of fixed and rotary wing aircraft to various flood affected regions across the state. An official said on Sunday that the plane is being deployed to transport 77 tonnes of relief supplies. “So far, …

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Aircraft Engine MRO Market Business Challenges and Critical Success Factors – Designer Women

According to a recent survey by Factor, the MRO of aircraft engines is poised to seize significant market opportunities in a variety of end-use industries. This research on the Global Aircraft Engine MRO Market provides a comprehensive analysis of the various key factors influencing the overall market performance both positively …

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Obstacles preventing eVTOLs from flying – and how to overcome them

VTOL (vertical take-off and landing) planes are coming but not anytime soon. Aircraft advancements range from conceptual designs to full prototypes and early test flights. But we are far from commercial aviation. Additionally, the focus on airplanes and required regulations has neglected the management of their travels. I recently spoke …

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Global Aircraft Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Market Growth Analysis and Opportunity 2022-2029 Pratt & Whitney, Aerosila, Safran, PBS Velka Bites

The detailed analysis of the world situation Aircraft Auxiliary Power Units (APU) Market provides key insights on changing industry dynamics, value chain analysis, major investment pockets, competitive scenarios, regional landscape and crucial segments. It also offers in-depth inspection related to driving and restraining ingredients for the global Aircraft Auxiliary Power …

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Avcon bolsters its ISR work with new aircraft and expansion

Newton, Kansas-based business aircraft modification specialist Avcon ISR Solutions has embarked on a rebranding, expansion and new platforms as it seeks to grow its presence in the intelligence market , surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR). Formerly known as Avcon Industries, the company’s mainstay has been the Beechcraft King Air series for …

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Yurok tribe receives grant for aerial mapping aircraft – Times-Standard

After a $5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce, the Yurok Tribe plans to get a custom fixed-wing aircraft that will provide mapping and data collection for their lands to aid in habitat restoration. , resource management and visualization of the effects of climate change. The plane, which …

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Large planes return to cover growing demand for overseas travel

Korean Air B747-8i (Korean Air) Large planes that can carry around 400 passengers are expected to return soon as airliners face rapidly growing demand for outbound travel. The country’s largest carrier, Korean Air, will bring back wide-body aircraft – the B747-8i and A380-800 – for routes from Incheon to Los …

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US Navy orders plane safety pause after California crashes

Placeholder while loading article actions The US Naval Air Forces has ordered a one-day ‘safety break’ for its plane after a series of crashes in California this month resulted in the deaths of a Navy pilot and five Marines . The pause will take effect Monday and will affect all …

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Minister of Transport orders investigation into seizure of Abramovic plane registered via Cyprus

Transport Minister Yiannis Karousos has given instructions for an investigation to be opened into the two recently detained planes belonging to Russian oligarch Roman Abramovic since the purchase operation is linked to Cyprus. This was reported by Philenews on Friday, quoting Karousos, who also said the purpose of the investigation …

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Milestone in India as HAL Basic Trainer Aircraft Achieves Airworthiness Certification

In a development milestone, the Hindustan Turbo Trainer (HTT)-40 Basic Trainer Aircraft (BTA) was provisionally certified for airworthiness by the Center for Military Airworthiness and Certification (CEMILAC) on June 6. The HTA-40 was designed and developed by the Aircraft Research & Design Center of Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) to the …

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Russia plans to produce unapproved parts for Western aircraft

The war between Ukraine and Russia has had as its correlate Western sanctions against the latter, in particular the supply of planes and spare parts by European and American companies. The Russian government has taken drastic measures to guarantee the continuity of domestic and, to a lesser extent, international air …

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South Korean city approves $9.5m in payouts for US plane noise complaints

A CH-47 Chinook helicopter from Camp Humphreys, South Korea, prepares to take off from Kunsan Air Base, April 26, 2022. (Gabrielle Spalding/US Army) CAMP HUMPHREYS, South Korea — The city of Pyeongtaek has agreed to compensate residents about $24 to $48 a month for airfield noise from two nearby US …

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GAMA Releases First Quarter 2022 Aircraft Shipment and Billing Report

The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) has released its first quarter 2022 general aviation aircraft shipments and billings report. Aircraft manufacturing industry results for the first three months of 2022, compared the same period in 2021, indicate an increase in aircraft unit shipments in each aircraft segment, while the overall …

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Queen’s Jubilee flypast times, Red Arrows, planes and route through Essex

A huge RAF flypast is planned for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and the people of Essex in particular could also see it. Known for being a crowd pleaser, the flypast promises to be spectacular and not just for aviation fans. Aircraft formations are set to be among the highlights of …

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SAS Spioenkop responds to light aircraft landing off Pemba

Before the South African Navy’s SAS frigate Spioenkop left Mozambique for South Africa, the ship responded to a light aircraft crash landing off Pemba. South African Navy Chief Petty Officer Kevin Maytham reports that while at anchor in Pemba Bay in preparation for his farewell parade, Spioenkop was alerted to …

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Aircraft Flight Management Systems Market Size, Scope and Forecast to 2029

United States, New Jersey– The Global Aircraft Flight Management Systems Market The 2022-2028 research report is a valuable source of insightful data for business strategists. It provides an overview of the industry with growth analysis and historical & future cost, revenue, demand and supply data (as applicable). Research analysts provide …

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Biggest Innovation in Aircraft Safety Systems Market with Major Key Players -BAE Systems, Xcelar, Securaplane, Meggitt, Sabena Technics, IOActive, AD Aerospace

New Jersey, United States,- The latest report published by MRI Accuracy Reports indicates that the Aircraft security systems The market is expected to accelerate strongly in the coming years. Analysts have studied market drivers, restraints, risks, and opportunities in the global market. The Aviation Safety Systems market report shows the …

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JetNet highlights aircraft sales and launches new intelligence platform

As new production business jet deliveries and pre-owned sales continue to increase, JetNet (Booth X112) launched its new Business Intelligence (BI) platform to help the industry stay listen to what is happening in this market. JetNet BI’s graphical visualizations and interactive dashboards provide insight into business jet fleet statistics, flight …

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Jordan offers to station firefighting planes in Cyprus

Cyprus claims King Abdullah II of Jordan has offered to station firefighting planes in Cyprus during the summer fire season ByThe Associated Press May 19, 2022, 6:01 PM • 2 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article NICOSIA, Cyprus – King Abdullah II of Jordan has offered to …

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Aerodynamics of perching birds could inform aircraft design

If you’ve ever watched a bird land on a tree branch, you may have noticed that it quickly raises its wings upward at a high angle to make a soft landing. However, for some birds, they land by folding their wings when perching instead, creating a sweeping motion as they …

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India could buy Rafales to give its carriers more strike options

Indian Navy Ship (INS) Vikrant, the Navy’s first Indigenous Aircraft Carrier (IAC-1), is undergoing lengthy sea trials after which it will enter operational service later this year. With the 45 Russian MiG-29K/KUB fighters known to be unreliable, the Navy plans to urgently procure 26 Multi-Role Carrier-Based Fighters (MRCBF) from …

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Unmanned Aircraft Systems Beyond Visual Line of Sight Aviation Rulemaking Committee Final Report – sUAS News – The Business of Drones

This action announces a public meeting of the final report of the Aviation Regulatory Committee (ARC) UAS Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS). Appointment The meeting will take place on June 22, 2022, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Eastern Time. The disability accommodation request must be received no later …

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VOR Aircraft Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – Comprehensive analyzes of the fastest growing companies Aircraft VOR market provide information that helps stakeholders identify opportunities and challenges. The 2022 markets could be another big year for Aircraft VOR. This report provides an overview of the company’s activities and financial situation (a company profile …

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Pre-flight inspections performed by aircraft maintenance engineers

It’s a shame, because there’s a world of difference between following a generic checklist by rote and actually assessing an aircraft‘s pre-flight condition. And this difference can be critical for flight safety. Consider a recent incident with a rental aircraft. The pilot preflighted the aircraft as instructed with no anomalies …

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Concorde Battery, Cella Energy, Saft, Sion Power, Gill Battery – Queen Anne and Mangolia News

Global Aircraft Battery Market The research report includes the major factors that are expected to propel the growth of this industry. It consists of numerous opportunities that could drive the sales in the Aircraft Battery Market over the next few years. The report further offers close monitoring of key companies …

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Coast Guard Good Samaritans search for downed plane pilot near Wassaw Island

Coast Guard Good Samaritans search for downed plane pilot near Wassaw Island The Good Samaritans reported seeing a plane crash into the Atlantic on Friday morning and alerted the FAA Updated: 2:10 p.m. EDT May 6, 2022 Hide transcript View Transcript NOW HERE’S YOUR STORM TRACKING RADAR… TODAY 40 PERCENT …

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Galaxy’s Edge’ at Disneyland Resort

Fans Wearing Their Favorite Star Wars Apparel Today Enjoy Early Boarding on Their Flights SEATTLE, May 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Alaska Airlines partnered with Disneyland Resort today, May 4, to unveil a new, one-of-a-kind star wars-themed airplanes that even Chewbacca would be proud of. The plane, painted space black with …

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Why planes need vertical stabilizers, but birds don’t

Over the past few decades, there have been significant advancements in aviation technology. The aircraft have been fitted with winglets and sharklets to reduce fuel consumption, as well as state-of-the-art engines that reduce noise as well as wear. However, one thing that has been constant is the tail of various …

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Introducing Classic Airplanes: Part 3

Rounding out our showcase of classic aircraft, this latest episode features seven more beautiful vintage aircraft owned and loved by AVweb readers. You can find the first two parts on Classic Aircraft Showcase: Part 1 and Classic Aircraft Showcase: Part 2. 1940 Ryan STM 2 1940 Ryan STM 2 – …

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Visit the de Havilland Aviation Museum

If you fancy visiting a museum dedicated to an iconic aircraft manufacturer, you can find it at the end of a narrow country road on the edges of the M25 in North London. It’s the de Havilland Aviation Museum and shows the legacy of one of the UK’s oldest and …

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Countering Small Unmanned Aircraft Requires a Team > Air Force > Article Display

WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio (AFNS) — Not all enemy threats light up the skies or cost millions of dollars. Protecting military installations from threats is a partnership. As the main command of the Air Force’s small unmanned aircraft combat effort, headquarters, Air Force Materiel Commandestablished a symbiotic …

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Dana and Robbie Wills open an aircraft repair business at Conway Airport

Dana Wills and her husband, former Arkansas House Speaker Robbie Wills, started Conway Aircraft, a repair business based at Conway Regional Airport. The couple partnered with the City of Conway to build the 10,000 square foot hangar to fill a need in the market as there was no store supply …

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PLA Navy implies imminent launch of China’s 3rd aircraft carrier

aircraft carrier Shandong at a naval port in Sanya. China’s first aircraft carrier Shandong (Hull 17) was officially commissioned by the PLA Navy at a military port in Sanya, south China’s Hainan Province, on the afternoon of December 17, 2019, making China one of the few countries in the world. …

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China Aircraft Leasing: 2021 Environmental, Social and Governance Report

(Incorporated under the laws of the Cayman Islands with limited liability) Stock code: 01848 2021 ENVIRONMENTAL, SOCIAL AND GOVERNANCE REPORT CONTENT 2 4 7 About this report Message from the CEO About CALC 14 Stakeholder engagement and materiality assessment 16 Corporate governance 19 Sustainability 23 Labor and work practices 25 …

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European aircraft movements reach 81% of pre-pandemic levels

Data released by the European Organization for the Safety of Air Navigation, or Eurocontrol, reveals that air traffic in Europe reached 81% of pre-pandemic levels last week – and throughout April , it is expected to average 79% from April 2019 levels. According to Eurocontrol, the start of the Northern …

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Japan scrambled fighter jets to intercept foreign planes more than 1,000 times in fiscal year 2021 – The Diplomat

Defense Asia | Security | East Asia It was the second highest number of jammings in a single year, representing the deteriorating security environment surrounding Japan. Advertisement The Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF) jammed its fighter jets 1,004 times in fiscal year 2021 (fiscal year 2021) in response to foreign …

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90 SpiceJet pilots barred from Boeing 737 Max after DGCA warning

SpiceJet is the only Indian airline to have Boeing 737 Max in its fleet. New Delhi: India’s aviation regulator DGCA has banned 90 SpiceJet pilots from using the Boeing 737 Max plane after finding them poorly trained. “At this time, we have banned these pilots from flying the Max and …

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Serbia takes delivery of advanced Chinese anti-aircraft missile system

Russian ally Serbia took delivery of a sophisticated Chinese anti-aircraft system in a veiled operation over the weekend, amid fears in the West that a buildup of weapons in the Balkans at the time of the war in Ukraine only threatens the fragile peace in the region. Media and military …

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Ultralight plane crashes on runway at Skydive San Diego

SAN DIEGO — A solo pilot performing a maintenance check flight Friday landed an ultralight plane on the Skydive San Diego runway in Otay Mesa, authorities said. According to Sgt. Shane Burt, with the Imperial Beach Sheriff’s Station. Sheriff officials say a 73-year-old man was on a maintenance check flight. …

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Aircraft lessors see ‘horrendous’ hikes in insurance premiums: BOC Aviation

Likely huge insurance claims related to the cancellation of aircraft leases in Russia are already driving “horrible” increases in the cost of renewing policies, the chief executive of major lessor BOC Aviation Ltd said Thursday. More than 400 leased planes worth nearly $10 billion remained in Russia past the March …

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Pipistrel and Lobo Leasing sign a partnership and order 15 Nuuva V300 hVTOL aircraft

Pipistrel, the world leader in electric aviation and unmanned flight systems, and Lobo Leasing Limited, a global vertical lift leasing platform, have signed a letter of intent with deposits for the acquisition of 15 cargo aircraft autonomous Nuuva V300 hVTOL. The agreement confirms Lobo Leasing and Pipistrel’s commitment to developing …

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JET BLAST: Formation Clinic puts trainers and fighter jets above the zone – The Vicksburg Post

MOUND, La. – The morning calm at Vicksburg-Tallulah Regional Airport was broken early Friday by the whine of turbines and gasoline from jet fuel as pilots revved up their engines and took flight over Madison Parish, La., and Vicksburg . The airport hosted a jet training clinic from Thursday to …

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Republic Airways Opens Applications for FAA Aircraft Dispatcher Certification Paid Training Program | around the web

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How are airplane evacuation slides made?

(CNN) — “Arm the doors and double-check.” Almost every airline passenger heard this instruction given by a flight attendant over the public address system, just before the plane left the terminal gate. For most travelers, this is part of the pre-flight ritual that often fades into the background, along with …

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Indian Navy to commission a squadron of long-range reconnaissance aircraft in Goa | Latest India News

The four-aircraft squadron named INAS 316 will be stationed at INS Hansa Naval Air Base in Goa. The Indian Navy will commission its second squadron of P-8I long-range maritime reconnaissance and anti-submarine aircraft in Goa on March 29. The four-aircraft squadron named INAS 316 will be stationed at INS Hansa …

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the Aircraft Management Service The report is an in-depth examination of the general consumption structure, development trends, sales techniques and sales of the major nations of the global Aircraft Management Service. The research covers well-known vendors in the global Aircraft Management Services industry along with market segmentation, competition, and macroeconomic …

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Terra Drone wins major new investment to develop air traffic control system for unmanned aircraft, expansion

Japanese drone and air mobility technology company Terra Drone Corp. works to develop an air … [+] traffic control system for unmanned aircraft. TerraDrone Corp. Before the middle of this century, when you look up and the passengers of an airplane look down in the sky, there are probably crowds …

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Rosaviatsia Extends MRO Approvals to Russian Carriers for Maintenance of Foreign Aircraft | News

Russian leisure carrier Azur Air has received permission to carry out maintenance on its fleet if the plane is registered in the national register. Azur Air indicates that it has received approval for the maintenance of the Boeing 777 and 737 from the federal air transport regulator Rosaviatsia. The company …

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AMSA search and rescue aircraft over Investigator Strait | the islander

news, local news, aviation, kangaroo island, aircraft, news, emu bay Australian Maritime Safety Authority search and rescue Bombardier Challenger 604 flying over Emu Bay on Kangaroo Island today, March 18. The aircraft was visible on the global flight tracking service Flightradar24. The plane was also spotted yesterday March 17 by …

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Aircraft carriers operate over the Yellow Sea in response to North Korean ICBMs

An F/A-18E Super Hornet, assigned to the “Tophatters” of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 14, launches from the flight deck of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) March 15. US NAVY / Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Javier Reyes ARLINGTON, Va. — The U.S. Navy and Marine Corps …

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100 LAFD units, multiple water-dropping planes battle Hansen Fire at Lakeview Terrace – KCAL9 and CBS2 News, Sports, and Weather

Increased relief efforts underway for Ukrainian familiesEastern Europeans remain conflicted as war continues to rage in their home country, as Los Angeles residents continue to step up relief efforts for Ukrainians trying to flee the war-torn country the war. 11 minutes ago Authorities are asking for help in locating two …

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Hundreds of planes are stuck in Russia. They may never be recovered.

Hope quickly faded for a handful of Western companies keen to recover jets leased from airlines in Russia, with local authorities intent on keeping foreign-registered planes in the country and the President Vladimir V. Putin openly discussing the nationalization of foreign business assets. As of Thursday, there were 523 planes …

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Biden administration expands federal mask mandate on planes

Requiring passengers to wear a mask on planes, buses, trains and other forms of public transportation was first implemented in January 2021 by President Joe Biden. Now, more than a year later, the mandate is still in effect until April 18, at the earliest, after the administration extended it beyond …

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Aircraft Seating Market Size Expected to Grow by USD 13.07 Billion | 33% of growth brought by Europe

NEW YORK, March 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The size of the aircraft seat market is expected to increase by $13.07 billion from 2021 to 2026, according to Technavio’s latest market analysis report. The report identifies the market as witnessing a deceleration in growth momentum at a CAGR of 18.74% during …

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Russian airlines are not helping Irish lessors get their planes back

Russia’s state-owned airlines are not cooperating with Irish aircraft leasing companies over demands to release planes worth billions of euros to comply with EU sanctions over the war in Ukraine. The industry braces for not being able to recover the aircraft from Russia and the potential fallout resulting from certain …

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Finland must choose between two Israeli companies for anti-aircraft systems

Workers install Rafael Advanced Defense Systems fighter jet weapons, before the opening of the 52nd Paris Air Show at Le Bourget airport near Paris, France June 17, 2017. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register HELSINKI, March 5 (Reuters) – Finland has decided to buy anti-aircraft …

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IAF deploys Russian-made IL-76 aircraft to evacuate Indian citizens from Ukraine

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World’s largest plane emerges triumphant from fourth test

Picture: Stratolaunch On February 24, 2022, Stratolaunch’s “Roc” carrier aircraft took flight and passed its fourth flight test. Known as the largest aircraft in the world, Roc has a wingspan of 117 meters and is powered by six Boeing 747 engines. Picture: Stratolaunch Picture: Stratolaunch During this Thursday flight, the …

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Aircraft Thrust Reverser Market Statistics, Key Players, Sales Growth, Size Projection and Industry Overview by 2031 – ZNews Africa

Global Aircraft Thrust Reverser Market accounts for $1.29 billion in 2017 and is expected to reach $2.78 billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 8.9% during the forecast period. Some of the key factors influencing the growth of the market include increasing safety regulations along with the growth of …

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Last war in Ukraine: Kiev orders curfew to counter Russian “saboteurs”

The United States has joined the EU and the United Kingdom in freezing the assets of Russian President Vladimir Putin and his foreign minister, as part of a new sanctions package intended to strengthen the response of the West to Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine. President Joe Biden announced the sanctions …

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Gogo 5G Airplane Antenna Receives STC and PMA

BROOMFIELD, Colo., February 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Gogo Business Aviation (NASDAQ:GOGO) has received supplemental type certification (STC) and parts manufacturer approval (PMA) from the FAA for its 5G aircraft antenna. “The receipt of STC and PMA for the 5G antenna marks the next important step in the development of Gogo …

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Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Market Report 2022-2028 Analysis by Top Key Players are TLD Group, JBT Corporation, Textron GSE, Fast Global Solutions

GET A SAMPLE REPORTBUY THE FULL REPORT Global Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Sales Market research is an intelligence report with meticulous efforts undertaken to study the correct and valuable information. The data that has been reviewed takes into account both existing top players and upcoming competitors. The business strategies of …

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MC-21 test plane returns after month of cold weather testing in Siberia | News

One of the Irkut MC-21-300 test aircraft returned to Moscow Zhukovsky from Yakutsk, after completing tests in extremely cold weather in eastern Russia. Irkut has obtained initial type certification for the -300 from the Russian civil aviation authorities and the trials are aimed at extending this certificate. The plane in …

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The test pilot who made the Navy’s first LCA landing on an aircraft carrier talks about the fighter program

Commodore Jaideep Maolankar, who made the first landing of the naval version of the light combat aircraft (LCA) Tejas (referred to as LCA Navy) on the aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya in January 2020discussed his experience on the program in detail in a multi-part conversation on the Blue Skies podcast. Maolankar, …

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Aircraft Cleaning Chemicals Market is expected to reach $3,339.6 million by the end of 2029

Future Market Insights Global and Consulting Pvt. ltd. Demand for Aircraft Cleaning Products to Soar, Air Passenger Traffic Growth Soars and Supports Growth DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, Feb. 17 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Growing at a CAGR of 4.3%, global sales of aircraft cleaning chemicals are expected to grow from …

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Coast Guard searches for downed plane with 8 people on board off North Carolina coast

The group was to return to Beaufort, North Carolina, after a hunting trip in Hyde County, the sheriff’s office said in a statement. According to the sheriff’s office, the passengers were all from North Carolina. They were pilot Ernest Durwood Rawls, 67, and his son, Jeffrey Worthington Rawls, 28, both …

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India to showcase indigenous Tejas light fighter jets at Singapore air show : The Tribune India

PTI New Delhi, February 12 India will showcase its Tejas Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) at the four-day Singapore Airshow next week, with an eye on the locally developed jet’s possible export potential to friendly countries in the coming years. Three Tejas fighter jets and a contingent of 44 …

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Philippines receives new training aircraft from the United States

The four new CESSNA 172S Skyhawk trainer aircraft, purchased under the US Foreign Military Funding Program, are worth $2.2 million. MANILA, Philippines – The Philippines received four new trainer aircraft from the United States on Thursday, February 10. The Philippine Department of National Defense received four new CESSNA 172S Skyhawk …

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British MOD orders two Dassault Falcon 900LX aircraft

The new aircraft will replace four BAe146 aircraft. Credit: Royal Air Force. British Crown copyright. The UK Ministry of Defense (MOD) supply arm, Defense Equipment and Support (DE&S), has sign a $108.42m (£80m) deal with Bristol-based Centreline. Under the contract, Centreline will deliver two Dassault 900LX aircraft and provide two …

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A new to study of the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) found that although liquid hydrogen (LH2)-Combustion aircraft are not as capable as their jet-fueled counterparts, but they can still play an important role in meeting aviation’s 2050 climate goals. The study explores the potential performance characteristics, fuel-related costs …

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[121 Pages Report] Aircraft Health Monitoring Market Overview 2022 The Aircraft Health Monitoring System (AHMS) integrates a comprehensive suite of practices, tools, solutions and techniques tightly linked to a hardware and software system, which performs remote monitoring of aircraft data. aircraft to understand its current or future operating condition and …

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History of the Boeing 737, the Indian Air Force’s 51-year operational aircraft | Mobility news

Indian Air Force’s fleets of numerous aircraft, ranging from military-grade fighter jets to massive aircraft carriers. One such huge carrier in the Indian Air Force fleet is the Boeing 737-200, although a 51-year-old aircraft is still actively providing service. The Boeing 737-200, now registered as K3187, was built for Indian …

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Navy Rafale-Marine Fighter Jet flight tests for the aircraft carrier INS Vikrant

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This press release was originally issued by SBWire Edison, New Jersey—(SBWIRE) – 01/31/2022 – Latest research study published by HTF MI “Unmanned Fighter Aircraft Market” with 100+ pages analysis on business strategy taken up by key and emerging industry players and provides know-how -To do about the current market development, …

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5 Cold War planes that changed the game (5 that could barely take off)

The Cold War must surely be one of the most fascinating periods in the history of military aviation. The number of aircraft produced during this period of hostilities is breathtaking, with some of the most incredible aircraft the world has ever seen being part of this period. The Soviet Union …

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