Aircraft

The strange plane spotted flying over Herefordshire

An UNUSUAL plane that looks like a cross between a helicopter and an airplane was spotted in the Herefordshire skies this afternoon. The plane was flying over parts of Herefordshire from Peterchurch to Malvern. The futuristic-looking Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey is a tilt-rotor, multi-mission US military aircraft with both vertical …

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Australian Bonza pledges to build up to 8 planes in year one

Bonza will not be competing on the main roads in Australia but is trying to carve out his own niche. (IMAGE: Bonza) Australian start-up Bonza has announced that it will operate, subject to regulatory approval, up to eight aircraft in its first 12 months of operation. Speaking at the CAPA …

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Local marine training squadron delivers toddler toy donation by plane

A NAS-CC training squadron flew into several boxes full of donations from Toys for Tots at the Corpus Christi airport on Tuesday. Local Marines unload toy donation boxes from a plane on Tuesday, December 7, 2021. Donations go to Toys for Tots, an organization that gives toys to less fortunate …

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Aura Aero Receives Approval to Start Manufacturing Integral Aircraft

Toulouse, France-based startup Aura Aero has received approval to begin manufacturing its first series of aircraft called Integral. Part 21, Subpart G approval covers all of the company’s industrial facilities and was mandatory before it could officially launch series production of the Integral family of general aviation aircraft. ‘)} // …

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Binter finalizes the financing of six new ATR 72-600s

The acquisition by Binter Canarias of six new ATR 72-600 aircraft will be carried out thanks to a banking consortium made up of Santander, Caixabank and BBVA to finance the new aircraft. Since 2002, the company has acquired 42 aircraft from the manufacturer ATR in successive operations for more than …

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Chinese regulator says further testing needed to certify C919 plane

The fifth prototype of the Chinese C919 airliner takes off for its first test flight from Shanghai Pudong International Airport in Shanghai, China on October 24, 2019. REUTERS / Stringer / File Photo Register now for FREE and unlimited access to reuters.com Register COMAC had hoped to have the aircraft …

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Global Commercial Aircraft Industry to 2030 – Greener Manufacturing Processes to Achieve Net Zero Carbon Emissions Present Opportunities – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD)–The “Global Growth Opportunities for Next Generation Commercial Aircraft” the report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating effect on the global aviation industry. Passenger traffic fell 66% in 2020 from 2019 levels. The industry’s recovery to 2019 levels is not expected …

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Renault unveils the eVTOL concept aircraft

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 that …

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

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 that …

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

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 ResearchAndMarkets.com …

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

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 launch …

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

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 passengers …

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

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 who …

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Cirrus could expand to aircraft maintenance base

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 pandemic …

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

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 reasons …

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

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 staff …

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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,

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 actionable …

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Hydrogen-powered planes offer a new perspective for sustainable travel

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 pollution …

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WWII planes on display at Conroe

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 less …

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KAI Selected to Supply New Reconnaissance Aircraft to Korean Air Force

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 will …

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Héroux-Devtek is proud to announce the award of an important contract by the aircraft manufacturer Lockheed Martin

LONGUEUIL, QC, 28 October 2021 / CNW Telbec / – Héroux-Devtek inc. (TSX: HRX) (“Héroux-Devtek” or the “Company”), a leading international manufacturer of aerospace products and the third largest manufacturer of landing gear in the world, today announced that it has entered into an agreement with aircraft manufacturer Lockheed Martin …

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Historic WWII C-47 Normandy aircraft restored

Lake Charles, LA (KPLC) – An aircraft that carried paratroopers to Normandy during WWII has been brought back to life and is now on display at Chennault International Airport. Seventy-six years ago, it flew over Normandy, but after four months of restorations, the C-47 is finally restored. “This particular plane, …

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Mohawk, Haeco, Desso – Puck77

Global Aircraft Interior Products Market The report compiled by Data Lab Forecast (DLF) exhibits all industry and regional profiles along with details of market growth initiators provided comprehensively. The aircraft interior products market report has also been affected by the recent COVID-19 pandemic, but is expected to rebound within months. …

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Commercial Aircraft Turbine Blades and Blades Market Overview 2021, Analysis, Share, (Impact of COVID-19) Growth, Trends, Revenue, Forecast to 2028 | PCC Airfoils, GE Aviation, Rolls-Royce, Leistritz, UTC Aerospace Systems, Arconic, TURBOCAM, Moeller Aerospace, etc. – Puck77

Global Commercial Aircraft Turbine Blades and Blades Market Research This report will cover the following areas: main market competition, deeper understanding of market segments, geographic perception, current trend and opportunities, market size, share and growth forecast. The Global Commercial Aircraft Turbine Blades and Blades Market report reveals the significant data …

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Four European airlines plan to add Embraer planes to their fleet

Embraer planes have realized good opportunities in Europe. Binter Canarias, Belavia, Helvetic, Widerøe and KLM Cityhopper have the E190 and 195 E2. Pre-owned aircraft have also shown some interest among airlines, the most recent example being SAS Scandinavian Airlines System, which has signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) for fifteen …

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FG takes delivery of the last batch of Tucano aircraft

Posted October 18, 2021 The federal government has announced that it has taken delivery of the last batch of 12 A-29 Super Tucano fighter jets expected from the United States. The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, revealed it Monday when he appeared on a Continental TV telephone …

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P-3 NFO remembers when his Orion shut down 2 engines and conducted a 13 hour anti-submarine patrol because the P-3 due to relieve his plane had been delayed

“We ended up extending our parking time by almost four hours until the emergency plane arrived. Total flight time almost thirteen hours! ‘ Ross Hall, former US Navy NFO P-3 Orion. The P-3 Orion is a long-range, land-based, four-turboprop anti-submarine warfare patrol aircraft. To save fuel during long-range patrols on …

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Vandals of wind sensors compromising aircraft safety – NiMet

The Director General of the Meteorological Agency of Nigeria (NIMET), Professor Mansur Bako Matazu, has sounded the alarm over the high level of vandalism of weather sensors around airports, saying it compromises safety. These sensors are essential for monitoring weather conditions, especially wind shear, which is very dangerous for aircraft …

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Icelandair seeks to lease two more Boeing 737 MAX aircraft

Icelandair seeks to lease two more Boeing 737 MAXs | Aviation Week Network https://aviationweek.com/themes/custom/particle/dist/app-drupal/assets/awn-logo.svg Skip to main content Credit: Rob Finlayson BRUSSELS — Icelandair is looking to secure leases for two more Boeing 737-MAXs, its chief operating officer said, as airline expects demand to pick up due to easing border …

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S&K Aerospace wins USAF ground and aircraft CSE contract

The contract will cover a wide range of common ground and aircraft support equipment. Credit: DoD photo by Senior Airman Mitch Fuqua, USAF / WikiCommons. S&K Aerospace has been selected by the US Air Force (USAF) for a $ 700 million Multi-Purpose Aircraft and Ground Common Support Equipment (CSE) contract. …

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AXIS Insurance expands its credit risk underwriting team for project and aircraft financing

PEMBROKE, Bermuda – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – AXIS Insurance, the specialty insurance business segment of AXIS Capital Holdings Limited (“AXIS Capital”) (NYSE: AXS), today announced three appointments to its Capital Risk Solutions team (“ CRS ‘), with immediate effect. The relocations will help strengthen the unit’s focus on London while separately …

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Gulfstream unveils two new aircraft

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) – Gulfstream Aerospace on Monday evening unveiled two all-new business jets that join its portfolio of aircraft. The president of the company unveiled the Gulfstream G400 and Gulfstream G800. He says these two new planes will create thousands of jobs in Savannah. “I am so happy to …

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

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

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Cyclone Gulab: Naval ships, planes waiting for rescue operations

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

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Airwork intensifies its aircraft purchase program

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

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

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

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AirAsia, Airbus agree to rework aircraft orders – report

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

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The global commercial aircraft doors market is expected to

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

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Vertical planes undergo flight tests | New

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

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

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

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WWII veteran takes dream flight in iconic plane

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

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SCV News | Plane crash near Pitchess detention center in Castaic

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

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Russian planes intercepted over the North Sea by RAF planes

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

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Why are they called “moose”

Air Force jets have a lot of nicknames. The legendary A-10 Thunderbolt II attack aircraft is called the Warthog because of its odd appearance and pugnacious spirit; The F-16 Fighting Falcon is called the Viper because it resembles the eponymous Battlestar Galactica spacecraft (according to some accounts), and the 60-year-old …

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Matheson: Aviation training schools are great neighbors

By Neal Matheson Regarding the recent letter to the editor “Why can’t aviation schools be great neighbors? In the Apache Junction / Gold Canyon Independent newspaper from July 2021: Aviation training schools are great neighbors. Trainer aircraft have been flying safely from Williams / Gateway and Falcon Field airports for …

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Death after fiery plane crash in Killeen

KILLEEN, Texas (KWTX) – Federal Aviation Administration investigators are on their way to Killeen to investigate a plane crash that resulted in the death of an occupant, said Sgt. Bryan Washko of the Texas Department of Public Safety. The DPS confirmed the pilot’s identity as Bradley Guy Marzarik, 60, of …

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What is Embraer’s biggest plane?

Embraer’s planes are often smaller than other commercial jets on the scene. Nevertheless, the Brazilian outfit today offers large planes. The largest in its arsenal is the E195-E2, a member of the Embraer E-Jet E2 family. Embraer calls the E195-E2 the most efficient next-generation commercial aircraft in the world. Photo: …

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Israel sends two planes to fight fires raging in Cyprus

Israel sent two firefighting planes to neighboring Cyprus on Sunday morning to help fight a massive forest fire raging in the island country that claimed the lives of four people. The fire is raging in the western region of the Troodos Mountains and is said to have forced the evacuation …

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Airplane seats and in-flight wifi; post-pandemic outlook

Key fact # 1: Chinese airlines are mobilizing to take on leading roles by innovating with IFE to be more competitive Many of the major recent developments in flight products come from China. This was helped because the Chinese domestic market has been among the domestic markets least affected by …

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Eviation Aircraft presents technical details for ‘Alice’

Eviation Aircraft has unveiled the design and technical setup of its all-electric Alice aircraft, which is scheduled to make its maiden flight later this year. Certification and entry into service of the tanker aircraft are scheduled for 2024. Alice is an e-plane for nine passengers and two crew members, powered …

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10 p.m. update: reconnaissance plane finds Elsa slightly weaker as it moves slower between Haiti and Jamaica: The Alabama Weather Blog

SUMMARY OF 10 PM CDT… 0300 UTC… INFORMATIONLOCATION … 17.9N 75.3WAPPROXIMATELY 175 MI… 280 KM ESE FROM MONTEGO BAY JAMAICAQUEAPPROXIMATELY 205 MI… 330 KM SE OF CABO CRUZMAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS… 65 MPH… 100 KM / HCURRENT MOVEMENT… WNW OR 295 DEGREES AT 17 MPH… 28 KM / HMINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE… …

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Two 19-seat Dornier 228 planes receive hydrogen update

ZeroAvia, a zero-emission aviation company specializing in hydrogen-electric solutions, has announced that it is expanding its 19-seat aircraft program with the goal of decarbonizing and revolutionizing regional air travel, according to a press release. Based in the UK and USA, ZeroAvia has already received experimental certificates from the CAA and …

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Center could set stricter rules for unmanned aircraft systems

In the context of the drone attack on the Indian Air Force base in Jammu, the Ministry of Civil Aviation could potentially consider tightening existing regulations for unmanned aircraft systems, government officials said. Two explosive devices were dropped from a drone at Jammu Air Base on Sunday in the first …

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Japan embarks on race for supersonic passenger planes

Leading Japanese engineering companies are combining their resources with the Japanese space agency to design a 50-passenger supersonic jet. According to Nikkei Asia, the new public-private initiative, Japan Supersonic Research, was announced on Wednesday. Members of the consortia are IHI, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Subaru and Japan Aircraft …

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Another Boeing-Airbus tanker war is coming

WASHINGTON – Boeing and Airbus could find themselves clashing as early as next year to supply air refueling planes to the US Air Force, rekindling a bitter battle between Boeing’s KC-46 and the A330 Multi Role Tanker Airbus transport. The Air Force on Tuesday issued a request for information regarding …

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