The 2024 Rolls-Royce Specter EV ushers in an updated spirit of ecstasy

Rolls-Royce’s Specter EV will feature a revised version of the Spirit of Ecstasy which it says is more aerodynamic. The updated hood ornament is 0.7 inches shorter than today’s Silver Lady and includes updates to the part design. Roll-Royce will retain the current ornament on its range of petrol vehicles. …

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Growing Commercial and Military Use Drives Industry Growth Across the Globe – Cleveland Sports Zone

[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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Olympic Games Highlights: Nathan Chen Finishes First in Team Skating Event

Nathan Chen of the United States skates in the team competition on Friday in Beijing.Credit…Doug Mills/The New York Times With flowing footwork and high-flying quadruple jumps, Nathan Chen, the gold medal favorite in men’s singles figure skating, easily finished first Friday in the men’s short program of the team event, …

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Airport security fears impact aircraft insurance premium and rental cost

Chinedu EzeFears that planes parked at Nigerian airports could be easily accessed by unwanted people due to security breaches have impacted the cost of insurance and the cost of renting planes in the country, revealed THISDAY survey. An informed source told THISDAY that reported cases of airport insecurity have increased …

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Monthly EU news February 2022

Politics The European Commission has proposed including nuclear and gas power in the bloc’s sustainable finance taxonomy, recognizing their contribution to the EU’s 2050 climate neutrality target “subject to clear limits and phase-out periods”. The overriding objective is to accelerate the low-carbon transition and phase out coal, which is the …

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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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More than 600 flights blocked at Chicago-area airports as snow continues – NBC Chicago

More than 600 flights at Chicago-area airports have been grounded as winter snow and wind continue through the region. According to the Chicago Aviation Department, 522 flights were canceled at O’Hare International Airport around 6:30 a.m. Thursday, along with 105 flights at Midway Airport. Flight delays at both O’Hare and …

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Advanced biofuels can replace used cooking oil in aviation, industry says – EURACTIV.com

Pressure is mounting on EU lawmakers to ensure that agricultural residues and waste are legally required in the production of green jet fuel to avoid a reliance on imported used cooking oil. Industry activists are pushing for a sub-mandate for certain biofuel feedstocks to be added to the ReFuelEU Aviation …

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A flying car? This candidate for Congress from Texas has one in the works.

This may be a first in Texas political history: a candidate claims to have designed and built a flying vehicle. Or, to be more precise, a flying motorcycle. Dan McQueen, a Republican running for the U.S. House in Texas’ 35th congressional district, which stretches from San Antonio to Austin, touts …

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

The Rafale-Marine fighter jet was successfully flight tested at a facility in Goa (Representation) Kolkata: The navy version of the French-made Rafale fighter jet was successfully flight tested at a shore facility in Goa where conditions similar to those of the locally developed aircraft carrier INS Vikrant were simulated, a …

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Preliminary NTSB report details Hana plane crash

COURTESY OF THE MAUI FIRE DEPARTMENT A Flight Design CTLS single-engine light-sport plane crashed Jan. 15 near Hana Airport on Maui. Two men aboard a small private plane got into trouble shortly after takeoff from Hana Airport on Jan. 15 when the plane stopped climbing about 75 feet, according to …

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More Electric Aircraft (MEA) Industry Trends and Opportunities, 2021-2026

DUBLIN, February 01, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “More Electric Aircraft Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunities and Forecast 2021-2026″ report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global market for more electric aircraft has shown moderate growth over the period 2015-2020. Going forward, the market is expected to grow …

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GTA Online Player Sneak Attack Attempt Foiled By Flying Toreador

An off-radar player in GTA Online goes for a kill in a jet, but gets more than he bargained for in the form of a flying Toreador. While it’s not impossible to play GTA online passively, combat and random attacks are an integral part of life in the online component …

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Next Big Thing of the Unmanned Combat Aircraft Market: Major Giants Airbus Defense and Space, BAE Systems, Boeing

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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Covid-19: Places of Interest for Omicron and Delta Outbreaks – January 31

Four airport terminals, an intercity bus interchange and multiple food outlets are among the latest Covid-19 hotspots from the Department of Health. Most recently, Kerikeri Airport was listed for Sunday January 23, between 2:25 p.m. and 3 p.m., and the Auckland Airport Domestic Terminal Subway store for Sunday, January 23, …

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Report: Israel plans to end negative COVID test requirement before inbound flights

Government officials are considering ending the requirement for travelers entering Israel to present a negative COVID test before boarding a flight to the country, according to a Channel 12 report. Currently, anyone traveling to Israel must present a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours or a negative antigen taken …

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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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Warzone Hacker Grants TimTheTatman’s Wish With A Flying Car

Warzone players have been dealing with a flying car hack that takes the wheels into the sky. After begging for someone to pick him up, TimTheTatman’s dreams came true when he got to experience this first hand. The Warzone flying car cheat created havoc in Pacific season 1. Players were …

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After light snow, expect freezing wind chills, according to NWS

Elyse Groffin and her dog Haku run along the Crabtree Creek Trail in Raleigh after a light dusting of snow accumulated on the structures of the boardwalk on the trail Saturday morning, January 29, 2022. Travis Long [email protected] Snowfall returned to the Triangle for the third consecutive weekend on Friday …

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The flying car could hit the commercial market

A car that can transform into a winged plane, fly between cities and then transform back into a car has obtained a certificate of airworthiness issued by the Transport Authority of the Slovak government. Its makers hope the flying car could hit the commercial market in 12 months. Operators of …

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Arrival rate 32 planes per hour – Cardinal News

Ground delay at O’Hare International Airport, January 28, 2022 from 7:00 a.m. CST to 2:59 p.m. CST during a winter storm warning with an excess of 6 inches of snow accumulation at the airport. Departures to Chicago O’Hare International are delayed on average. 79 mins. due to snow or ice. …

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Officials cut the ribbon on the new hangar at Stennis Airport

US Congressman Steven Palazzo and Governor Tate Reeves joined local officials and industry representatives at Stennis International Airport for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at a new 24,000 square foot hangar. Known as the RESTORE Hangar, the state-of-the-art facility is adjacent to the main terminal and opens directly onto the main ramp. …

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Nordam opens an aeronautical component repair plant in Taiwan

Nordam Asia Ltd.’s new aircraft component repair facility. of 5,828 square meters at Taoyuan International Airport. (Photo: BusinessWire) Tulsa-based Nordam recently opened its new Nordam Asia Ltd. facility. at Taoyuan International Airport in Taiwan. One of the largest independent aerospace companies in the world, Nordam designs, certifies and manufactures integrated …

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TimtheTatman pokes fun at State of Warzone’s magical flying cars

Popular streamer TimtheTatman shared a clip of him poking fun at the flying car hack going on in Call of Duty: Warzone, which recently resurfaced. Editor’s Note: A complaint has been filed against Call of Duty publisher Activision Blizzard by the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, which alleges …

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Ladakh carbon neutral airport under construction in Leh

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has repeatedly reaffirmed that the Union Territory of Ladakh will be developed as a climate-neutral region. Leh Airport in Ladakh is being built as a carbon neutral airport, although environmentalists such as Sonam Wangchuk have pointed to changes in the design to harness the potential of …

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Spanish oil producer Cepsa and Iberia Group seal an ambitious strategic alliance to decarbonize air transport at scale

The two major Spanish companies are joining forces to develop and produce on a large scale sustainable aviation biofuels (SAF) from waste, recycled used oils and other sustainable plant raw materials (2nd generation bios) The agreement, which also includes Iberia Express, considers other alternative energy sources such as hydrogen and …

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Algeria receives a C-130J transport plane

January 25, 2022 by Alessandra Giovannizanti Algeria received the first of four C-130J-30 transport aircraft (shown here with Royal Canadian Air Force markings) on January 23. (Lockheed Martin) The Algerian Air Force has received its first Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Super Hercules tactical airlifter. The U.S. Embassy in Algiers announced the …

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The 5G airline crisis has largely been averted. Here’s what happened – and what we still don’t know

Warnings of mass flight cancellations came as AT&T, Verizon and the airline industry struck a deal to delay the rollout of 5G around major airports. And on Thursday, the Federal Aviation Administration cleared more commercial airliners to fly in situations where pilots consider possible 5G interference to be most dangerous. …

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Modibo: We lack funds to run Nigeria’s Apex Aviation Training School

Captain Alkali Moddibo is the Chief Executive/Rector of the Nigerian College of Aviation Technology (Zaria). In this interview with WOLE SHADARE, he talks about the various challenges facing the 58-year-old flight school and the solutions to reposition it as one of the best in Africa You were appointed rector of …

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Cheltenham Township crash leaves 1 dead and 4 injured in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

CHELTENHAM TWP., Pa. (WPVI) – One person has died after a vehicle carrying five people crashed early Sunday morning in Cheltenham Township, Pa. It happened around 1:30 a.m. on Greenwood Avenue near Hedgerow Lane. Police say the driver lost control and slammed into a mailbox and utility pole, trapping some …

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How US Navy ‘Cockpit Choreographers’ Keep Aircraft Carriers Running

Aviation Boatswain’s Mate (Handling) 3rd Class Bryan Labrador and Aviation Boatswain’s Mate (Handling) 3rd Class Ralph Swan direct a plane onto a catapult aboard the USS Nimitz, May 5, 2014.US Navy/MCS3 Siobhana R. McEwen Aboard US Navy aircraft carriers, a close-knit group of men and women ensures the continuity of …

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Covid 19: Today’s case numbers; Auckland airport worker has Omicron variant, five flights linked to Nelson cases

Omicron is the new variant of Covid-19, first detected in South Africa in November 2021. Video/NZ Herald An Air NZ crew member has been linked to nine cases in the Nelson area while another airport worker has been confirmed as an Omicron case. Authorities say the crew member worked on …

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Camera-equipped vehicles to check for violations of polling code: The Tribune India

Tribune press service Jalandhar, January 21 To closely monitor unauthorized activities in the Assembly’s nine constituencies, Deputy Commissioner Ghanshyam Thori reviewed the operation of vehicles equipped with GPS camera and pan/tilt zoom (PTZ). The flying squads are in constant contact with the ORs so that infractions can be reported without …

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US sends carrier group to Mediterranean as Russian threat looms

The US military has sent the USS Harry S. Truman aircraft carrier strike group to participate in a NATO naval exercise in the Mediterranean amid tensions between the West and Russia, the spokesman said on Friday. of the Pentagon. The Neptune Strike 22 exercises, which are scheduled to begin Monday …

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Dubai Airport remains the busiest international aviation hub in the world, with Dubai-Riyadh being the busiest route

Flights from the United Arab Emirates saw a marginal drop of 2.6% in seat capacity, while flight capacity from Saudi Arabia fell by 1.9%. India, where statewide restrictions were reimposed, saw the largest reduction of more than 12%. “This week, 13 regions around the world reported airline capacity cuts, with …

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Business aviation growth at ‘record high’, report says

Business jet travel is on the rise in the United States and around the world, surpassing activity levels reported at the same time last year, according to a new report. According to WingX, which provides aviation business intelligence, growth has been strongest in the United States, particularly in owned-and-managed aircraft. …

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OVERAIR, INC. BEGINS PROPULSION TESTS FOR EVTOL BUTTERFLY VEHICLE

Some of the most important attributes of an eVTOL aircraft are safety, community acceptance, and economic productivity under real-world conditions, each largely dictated by the vehicle’s propulsion system. Overair’s vectored thrust design and optimal speed propellers will allow Butterfly to fly safely in unforeseen circumstances and in various weather conditions, …

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Parallel Flight Technologies and LIFT Aircraft reach an agreement for the hybridization of the HEXA eVTOL aircraft

Parallel Flight Hybrid Heavy Lift Drone – Firefly LIFT: HEXA eVTOL aircraft Parallel Flight Technologies and LIFT Aircraft reach an agreement for the hybridization of the HEXA eVTOL aircraft LIFT’s revolutionary aircraft architecture is an ideal platform for hybridization using our Parallel Hybrid Electric Multitoror (PHEM) technology. —Joshua Resnick, CEO, …

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TRSDC closes funding for $3.76 billion loan from four Saudi banks

Turkey’s swap deal with the UAE is a boost, but won’t solve the lira’s underlying problems ANKARA: At a time when Ankara is in search of foreign resources and facing unprecedented rates of inflation, the currency swap agreement between Turkey and the United Arab Emirates is a much-needed confidence boost …

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Arctic air arrives, sub-zero wind cools through Friday

Welcome to the dead of winter in Minnesota. The next two weeks deliver several blows of below-zero arctic air in the Upper Midwest. The first hit came with shocking speed. The Twin Cities peaked at 42 degrees on Tuesday afternoon. On Wednesday morning, temperatures fell below freezing in Minneapolis-St. Paul …

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Mavcom: Aerospace industry sees signs of recovery in domestic market

PETALING JAYA: The aviation industry is seeing encouraging signs of recovery in the domestic market following an increase in air traffic rights (ATR) applications for domestic routes in the fourth quarter of 2021, says the Malaysian Aviation Commission (Mavcom ). For the fourth quarter of 2021 (Q4 2021), Mavcom said …

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New butterfly seat brings stretch-flat flexibility to single-aisle aircraft

The Butterfly flexible seat in reclining mode for one person. These seats can quickly revert to two … [+] business class seats with international standards, allowing airlines to serve both short-haul and long-haul flights. Butterfly seats Innovations in airline seating are coming at a rapid pace. Earlier, I wrote about …

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Gqeberha Flying Squad seize abalones in Cradock

The bags contained 2,150 units of abalone, with an estimated value of R346,000. A huge batch of shelled abalone was confiscated about 40km from Cradock on the road to Port Elizabeth on Tuesday January 18. Members of the Gqeberha Flying Squad arrested a 52-year-old man in possession of 2,510 units …

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KBRA Releases Research – Global Aviation Sector Outlook 2022: Business Fundamentals Amid Turbulent Recovery

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–KBRA releases its outlook on the business aviation sector, examining key trends to 2022 and discussing various factors that will impact the sector’s recovery. As the third year of the pandemic unfolds in January 2022, the global aviation industry is once again facing turmoil. A spike in COVID-related …

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Hydrogen can’t power the green flight revolution

Some technologies are indeed improving, such as the existing aircraft technologies we use today, which are considerably more efficient than they were in the 1960s. But there is no betting that hydrogen energy will improve – because in 40 years hydrogen atoms will still be the same size as today, …

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55 years of service: Last operational flight of iconic CC-115 Buffalo aircraft – BC News

Photo: Robert Sullivan Corporal Pat Simser, an aviation technician from 442 Transport and Rescue Squadron, directs a de Havilland Canada CC-115 Buffalo at the Kelowna airport March 19, 2013, during a search and rescue (SAR) exercise from the squadron. After 55 years of service, the last operational flight of the …

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Deepika Padukone’s white t-shirt and flare pants at the airport are perfect when you don’t want to dress up

Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh’s new year and birthday celebrations are finally over. The duo left town just before NYE to celebrate the New Year together and also spent DP’s birthday together. Ram Leela’s pair finally got back into town late last night and looked effortlessly stylish at the airport …

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China Eastern Airlines Co. Limited (NYSE:CEA) Short interest down 63.5% in December

China Eastern Airlines Co. Limited (NYSE:CEA) was the target of a sharp decline in short-term interest in December. As of December 31, there was short interest totaling 1,900 shares, a decrease of 63.5% from the total of 5,200 shares as of December 15. Based on an average daily volume of …

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Swedish police track drone seen flying over Forsmark nuclear power plant

General view of the nuclear power plant in Forsmark, Sweden, June 14, 2010. REUTERS/Scanpix/Bertil Ericson Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register STOCKHOLM, Jan 15 (Reuters) – Swedish police deployed patrols and helicopters to the Forsmark nuclear power plant to track down a large drone seen flying over …

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China’s High-Profile Liaoning Aircraft Carrier Is ‘Flawed’; US Commander Says His ‘Operational Restrictions’ Are Exposed

A symbol of Chinese prestige and naval prowess, the Liaoning aircraft carrier appears to have certain operational limitations, according to a US Navy commander. These revelations included details of an image of the Chinese aircraft carrier Liaoning taken from the USS Mustin guided missile destroyer during a close encounter in …

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Boom in holiday demands triggered by easing of covid rules, but airport bosses say it will take at least 2025 for the industry to recover

Impatient vacationers who have been on the ground too long have sparked a massive boom in travel enquiries. Industry leaders Barrhead Travel are reporting a massive 165% increase in queries for the year ahead, but cautious aviation chiefs have warned they will need years to recover properly. The relaxation of …

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Stakeholders decry the influx of foreign airlines into Nigerian airports and say it will stifle the growth of domestic airlines

Amos Akpan Chinedu Eze Operators and other stakeholders in the aviation industry have cried out against the continued designation of international airlines to several airports in Nigeria, saying it will stifle the growth of national carriers. Many foreign carriers serve more than one international airport in Nigeria and industry analysts …

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Thailand plans to buy new fighter jets

January 13, 2022 by Michel Fabey Deliveries of the low-rate initial production AN/WSN-12 systems are expected to begin in June 2022. (Northrop Grumman) Northrop Grumman is set to begin shipping the first Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP) models of its AN/WSN-12 Inertial Navigation Systems (INS) sensor assemblies in June 2022, …

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New Riyadh Airport Hotel

Özgür Töre January 12, 2022 Radisson Hotel Group opens its fourth brand in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with the opening of the Radisson Hotel Riyadh Airport. The Radisson Hotel Riyadh Airport has 471 rooms, including duplex suites, three-bedroom villas and connecting family rooms with a wide range of amenities …

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TTG – Travel Industry News

Jet2 is also reducing single-use plastics on board its planes by 80% by 2023 and is launching a hotel sustainability charter. Managing Director Steve Heapy said the launch of the compensation program marked “the first major step on our journey to net zero.” “It is our responsibility to pay for …

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Five exciting new products from CES 2022

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2022, held in Las Vegas, last week attracted 2,300 exhibiting companies from around the world, including more than 800 startups. They unveiled innovative products in the fields of artificial intelligence (AI), automotive technology, digital health, smart home and more. Here are five that stole the …

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Commercial Aircraft Oxygen Systems Market $ 1.40 Billion Growth | 11.54% year-on-year growth achieved in 2021

One of the main growth drivers in this market is the preference for aircraft with advanced technology. In addition, the demand for maintaining a safe cabin environment for passengers and the regulatory requirement to install oxygen systems will further accelerate the growth of the market. However, delays in aircraft deliveries …

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kolhapur: Kolhapur airport gets green light for freight | Kolhapur News

Kolhapur: Kolhapur Airport received approval from the Civil Aviation Security Bureau (BCAS) on Monday for the transport of air cargo.Guardian Minister Satej Patil announced the decision. The airport authorities had requested a security clearance from the Ministry of Aviation to allow air operators to also transport cargo. After fulfilling all …

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Can this aerospace action offer higher returns than Textron?

UKRAINE – 2021/12/19: In this photo, the Textron Inc. logo is displayed on a smartphone … [+] and in the background. (Photo Illustration by Igor Golovniov / SOPA Images / LightRocket via Getty Images) SOPA Images / LightRocket via Getty Images Actions of Textron (NYSE: TXT) saw a strong recovery …

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“Fatal Potential” – A frightening moment when a flying surfboard almost wipes out a car

Spooky footage captured the moment two surfboards flew off the roof of a range rover in Northland, nearly wiping out a tail car in the process. On January 5, a range rover was heading south on State Highway 1 to Uretiti in Northland. But during his trip, the load on …

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Aircraft Decals Market by Covid-19 Impact Outlook to 2028

“ Global Market Vision always provides credible reports. Global Aircraft Stickers Market Growth 2021-2028 is our latest addition which brings useful insight into the Aircraft Stickers market. The report presents the recent and upcoming growth trends of this business. Growing opportunities in the industry and related influencing factors that are …

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Breeze Airways increases pilot compensation and hires Australian pilots; Shortage

Breeze Airways is one of many airlines bracing for the global pilot shortage as air travel intensifies. The startup airline is looking to fill around 280 open pilot positions as more planes are delivered. Hourly wages for pilots are increased and Australian nationals can also fly for Breeze under the …

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Moonbikes and flying Formula 1 cars

Podcast: Play in a new window | To download (Length: 19:28 – 26.7 MB) Subscribe: Google podcasts | Email | If MACA entrepreneurs get what they hoped for at CES, motorsport enthusiasts may soon be watching races featuring the MACA Flying Formula 1 Car. The fast and futuristic vehicle is …

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Analysis of 2021 Aircraft Pajamas Market Outlook by Major Key Players

New Jersey, United States, – The Global Aircraft Pajamas Market report is one of the most comprehensive and significant additions to the market research archive of Market Research Intellect. Provides detailed research and analysis of the main aspects of the Global Aircraft Pajamas market. The market analysts who produced the …

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KQ pilots call for overhaul of airline board and management

Kenya Airways is still reeling from the impact of Covid-19 which continues to evolve, the degree of recovery that the aviation industry achieved in 2021 now threatened by the Omicron variant. [File, Standard] Kenya Airways pilots are pushing for an overhaul of the carrier’s management and board, arguing that current …

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SkyDrive’s large-scale flying car leaves Japan for the first time and is on display at CES

Japanese air mobility startup SkyDrive introduced its SD-03 single-seater flying car in 2020 and has made significant progress since then. The company has now showcased a full-size version of the vehicle for the first time outside of Japan, taking advantage of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Visitors …

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New low-cost Canadian airline acquires first plane

Fans of low cost flight options in Canada will be delighted to hear that a new airline is about to take off. Canada Jetlines Operations Ltd. recently announced the delivery of its first A320-200 aircraft from Jackson Square Aviation, one of the world’s leading lessors of commercial aircraft, which offers …

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Omicron push: Indian states impose restrictions, curfews to contain spread of infection

Amid the surge in infections of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus, several states across the country have imposed more stringent restrictions to contain the spread of the virus. Wednesday, India the active workload has crossed the 2 lakh mark, with a single-day peak of 58,097 Covid-19 cases. According to …

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Are 5G telecommunications a threat to airline safety?

January 4 (Reuters) – US carriers and airlines have been battling for weeks over the potential impact of 5G wireless services on airplanes, unlike the rollout of next-generation services elsewhere, which has largely taken place without raising new security issues. . Here’s some background on the dispute, in which Verizon …

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China Yuchai unveils hydrogen engine, Monolith secures $ 1 billion to expand Nebraska plant – pv magazine International

Elsewhere, the “world’s first hydrogen racing truck” participated in this year’s Dakar rally, with sponsorship from Saudi Aramco, and the French hydrogen equipment company McPhy was selected as the preferred supplier for the GreenH2Atlantic project. in Portugal. January 4, 2022 Sergio matalucci Singapore based machinery company Yuchai from China, via …

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Market Size Analysis of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Consumption in 2021 by Major Key Players

New Jersey, United States, – The Global Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Consumption Market report comprises an in-depth analysis that covers core regional trends, market dynamics, and provides the market size at the national level of the market industry. Some major aspects considered during the research included product description, product classification, …

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2021 Traffic Signals Market Size Analysis by Major Key Players

New Jersey, United States, – Market Research Intellect has been analyzing the Traffic Light Technology and markets since 2018. Since then, through the analysis of the research of the companies, we have been very close to the latest market research and development. In addition, Market Research Intellect works closely with …

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AT&T and Verizon Reject US Appeal for Delay in New 5G Service | Business

AT&T Inc. and Verizon Communications Inc. have rejected a U.S. request to delay the launch this week of a new variant of 5G mobile service that airlines say could interfere with the aircraft‘s electronics, posing a risk. for the safety. But the CEOs of the two telecom giants also said …

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Indoor applications expected to be the most attractive segment from 2021 to 2028 – Industrial IT

“ Aircraft Flooring Market The report provides in-depth analysis of global market growth, market size at national level, market share and market segment scope. The report contains the competitive landscape, value chain optimization, business procedures, current developments and identifies the results of companies in the global market. The Aircraft Floor …

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International airport, 24/7 water supply, infra boost for the Ludhiana district in 2022: La Tribune Inde

Nitin Jain Tribune press service Ludhiana, December 31 A new international airport, a 24/7 potable water supply and a strong impetus for infrastructure development are some of the many projects that will see the light of day in Ludhiana, popularly known as Manchester of India, in 2022. Ludhiana Tribune brings …

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US officials ask AT&T, Verizon to delay 5G wireless due to aviation safety concerns

A Verizon contract team installs 5G telecommunications equipment on a tower in Orem, Utah, U.S. December 3, 2019. Photo taken December 3, 2019. REUTERS / George Frey / File Photo Register now for FREE and unlimited access to Reuters.com Register now WASHINGTON, Dec.31 (Reuters) – U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg …

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Police chase ends with suspect arrested as he attempted to escape to San Francisco Bay – CBS San Francisco

EMERYVILLE (CBS SF) – A police chase that began in Contra Costa County, crossed the San Francisco Bay freeways at speeds of up to 120 mph, ended with a suspect arrested under threat shot after trying to escape arrest by jumping into San Francisco Bay near Chevy’s in Emeryville. The …

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Three Chinese military planes enter Taiwan’s ADIZ on the last day of 2021 | Taiwan News

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – The year 2021 ended as it started, with China sending military planes to Taiwan’s Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ), forcing the Air Force to cancel the participation of its jet fighters in New Year’s events, according to reports on Friday (December 31). Two Shenyang J-16 fighter …

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Airport Terminal 1 project will lead to relocations to San Diego International

A rendering of the new Terminal 1 at San Diego International Airport. Courtesy of the airport administration Construction of the new San Diego International Airport Terminal 1 project will involve relocations starting Monday, the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority said on Thursday. Mobile phone parking will be moved to …

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Top 10 stories of Skies in 2021

Through Sky Magazine | December 30, 2021 Estimated reading time 14 minutes, 35 seconds. It’s that time of year again. As 2021 draws to a close, we’ve rounded up the 10 most popular articles on skiesmag.com this year. Here is a brief recap of each story, with links to the …

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Mobility startup Jaramba facilitates chaotic travel in Indonesia

There are over 154 million people living in the dense urban areas of Indonesia, but few like to use the public transport system. Indeed, public transport in the country’s major cities is unreliable and inadequate; it has a utilization rate of only 5% to 20%. This condition harms the country’s …

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Deliveries of MC-21 aircraft to operators to begin in Q3 2022 – Minister – Business and Economy

KRASNODAR, December 29. / TASS /. Deliveries of the MC-21 aircraft to commercial operators are expected to begin in Q3 2022, after the aircraft receives an extended type certificate, Industry and Trade Minister Denis Manturov told reporters on Wednesday. “This is the end of the second – the beginning of …

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Pay attention! Lagos Airport parking is dangerous for travelers and vehicles – Nigeria – The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

• FAAN, dealer trade blames safety• “The vehicles are packed at the owner’s own risk”, the operator of the installation pushes back For the third time in less than a week, the Seymour Aviation multi-level car park at Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, recorded multiple vehicle vandalism at the paid …

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Flight attendants rave as CDC gives airlines what they want in quarantine change

And, just days before the CDC announced the change, the airline industry has united to push for a shortened quarantine period, saying a 10-day isolation requirement could “exacerbate staff shortages and create significant disruption to our workforce and operations ”. Indeed, U.S. airlines have had a spate of flight cancellations …

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Russian troops to obtain VSHORAD Gibka-S systems in 2022

russian troops are provided to receive their first Gibka-S Very Short Range Air Defense Systems (VSHORAD) from next year. Serial production of Gibka-S began this month after successfully completing state testing in December 2019. Gibka-S is the first vehicle-mounted VSHORAD system produced in the country. It was developed by the …

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New York is the latest in the country to let EMS planes carry and deliver blood in the air

CANANDAIGUA, NY (WROC) – A bill has been enacted in New York allowing emergency medical planes to carry and distribute blood in the air. Advocates have been fighting for months to pass the legislation promulgated on December 23, making New York the last state in the country to have the …

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Your Monday Briefing – The New York Times

Omicron causes thousands of flight cancellations Thousands of flights around the world, including more than 1,000 to the United States, were canceled during one of the biggest travel weekends of the year, as the Omicron variant of the coronavirus made the sick crews and disrupted travel plans. The cancellations came …

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Cathay Pacific suffers pilot exodus amid Hong Kong ‘permanent quarantine’

When a Cathay Pacific cargo pilot was named in December as one of Omicron’s first carriers to Hong Kong, it was the end of another grim year for the airline. Cathay operated with passenger capacity 93% below pre-pandemic levels due to Hong Kong’s zero-Covid-19 policy, with weeks of quarantine for …

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Have you ever seen a flying saucer? Well, maybe it was a US Air Force plane

Here’s what to remember: America is no stranger to the idea of ​​flying saucers, from reports of unusual contraptions flying in the skies above us to movies about otherworldly aliens invading our theaters. But in the 1950s, as UFO madness took the country by storm, a different kind of flying …

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Portland International Airport’s $ 2 billion remodel takes shape

Entering the Portland International Airport terminal, things will look a little different. Some things are immediately noticeable, namely the disappearance of the Oregon market and the hallway behind the counters that led to the airport security zones. Instead, there is a wall with two giant panels pointing the passengers in …

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Huron Plainsman | Doland pilot obtains national recognition

SAVANNAH, Ga .– Mikel Hofer, a pilot with Doland, received the John Robert Horne Memorial Award from the National Agricultural Aviation Association at the NAAA conference, December 6-9. The award is presented to a pilot with five years or less of experience in the agricultural aviation industry who has an …

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The Air Force’s Christmas rocket isn’t real, but its cargo rocket program is

Ahead of Christmas this year, the Air Force Research Lab released a playful computer-generated video of a system it “developed” to help Santa deliver gifts to children around the world. While it’s clearly meant to help get people into the holiday spirit, just like with the “reveal” from a similar …

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36% of growth will come from Europe for the aircraft turbojet market | Evolving Opportunities with EuroJet Turbo GmbH and General Electric Co. | More than 17,000 Technavio reports | national news

NEW YORK, December 24, 2021 / PRNewswire / – 36% of growth will come from Europe for the aircraft turbojet market. The United Kingdom and Germany are the key markets for aircraft turbojets in Europe. The market growth in this region will be faster than the market growth in North …

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Local man gets national recognition for displaying Christmas lights

PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WMBB) – Scott Fester, originally from Panama City, has been passionate about Christmas since he was a child. He remembers decorating his childhood home with his family and not wanting to stop. “I remember I just wanted to go on and add more,” Fester said. Fester has …

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2021-2026 Aircraft De-icing Market Analysis, Industry Size, Share, Trends and Forecast – mainlander.nz

According to the latest IMARC Group report, entitled “Aircraft De-Icing Market: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity, and Forecast 2021-2026”, The global aircraft de-icing market has shown moderate growth during the period 2015-2020. Looking ahead, the market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5% during 2021-2026. We regularly …

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Sparks fly as ‘stolen’ car flies through the air before igniting in Perth

The dramatic moment an allegedly stolen car flew through the air and caught fire in Perth has been filmed. video surveillance, as seen in the video above, captured the moment the high-speed Mitsubishi Lancer veered on the wrong side of Wilmont Drive in Cooloongup on Tuesday night. The vehicle then …

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Defense budget imposes constraints on the acquisition of new AFSOC aircraft

HURLBURT FIELD – In a decision that could have implications for Hurlburt Field, headquarters of the Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC), the federal defense budget for fiscal 2022 places certain constraints on an acquisition program “armed surveillance” planes. The United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM) wants to acquire 75 …

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A fight breaks out at the airport, two arrested

By WFOR personnel Click here for updates on this story MIAMI (WFOR) – Two men have been charged after a scuffle broke out at Miami International Airport on Monday evening. According to the Miami-Dade Police Department, officers were called to Gate H8 around 6:35 p.m. after an airport employee reported …

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Aircraft batten systems market size impacted by COVID-19 to reach US $ 0.6 billion in 2026, according to Stratview Research

RAIPUR, India, December 21, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Stratview Research Announces New Market Research Report on Aircraft Slat Systems Market by aircraft type (Commercial aircraft, regional aircraft, military aircraft and general aviation), by component type (Sipes and fixed leading edge), by type of material (aluminum and others), and by …

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Kea Aerospace completes New Zealand’s longest endurance UAV flight

Tuesday, December 21, 2021, 7:10 p.m.Press release: Kéa Aerospace On Sunday, December 19, Kea Aerospace recorded the longest known flight for an unmanned aircraft in New Zealand, during an electrically powered flight over Kaitōrete, near Christchurch. The battery and solar powered vehicle flew continuously for 14 hours and 3 minutes, …

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As the Taliban advanced on Kabul in August, US and coalition planes dramatically stepped up airstrikes

The U.S. military and coalition aircraft dropped 153 munitions in Afghanistan in August, the highest number since October 2020, as the U.S. and the now defunct Islamic Republic of Afghanistan desperately tried to repel the advance of Taliban across the country before the withdrawal of US troops. This offensive finally …

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Global Growth Manufacturers, Key Application Analysis and Forecast to 2026

Summary: The Airport Lighting Systems market report systematically presents the past and current business scenario to infer the growth trajectory of the industry over 2021-2026. The paper’s authors cite that this trading sphere is expected to generate notable profits over the analysis period, registering a XX% CAGR throughout. The paper …

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“No longer continue” aeronautics industry campaign to combat disruptive passenger behavior

Australian airlines and airports have launched a major campaign to tackle disruptive and abusive behavior towards airline crews, airport crews and other passengers. The “No More Pursuits” campaign calls for patience and preparation as travelers navigate a return to widespread flight while managing COVID-19 requirements. The campaign, supported by the …

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The pros and cons of cars on the tracks

With winter having hit some, and on our way to others, naturally we are starting to consider winterizing our vehicles and changing our tires – unless you live somewhere where it doesn’t snow, doesn’t snow, doesn’t snow. it’s not cold, and it doesn’t rain. When it comes to snow or …

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Oregon Air National Guard ‘inadvertently’ causes sonic boom – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

Ensign John Gay, U.S. Navy Photo Wikimedia commons File SALEM – Oregon military officials say a sonic boom that sparked widespread concern on the Oregon coast that an earthquake had occurred was caused by an aircraft that “became by supersonic inadvertence ”. The 142nd Wing of the Oregon Air National …

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Have scientists discovered a bubble warp? Space-time crushed, explained

Jump from the star Star system system with the throttle throttle drive of a spaceship is a sort of future Star Trek-inspired technology that has very little in common with today’s space travel. Achieving this sci-fi future would require not only new technology, but also breaking one of nature’s most …

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PAL receives signal from US court for stimulus package

“The consensus plan was accepted by 100% of the votes cast, which came from PAL’s major aircraft lessors and lenders, original equipment manufacturers and maintenance, repair and overhaul service providers, and of some debt-financed lenders, “PAL said. MANILA, Philippines – Philippine Airlines (PAL) has obtained US court approval to launch …

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Vertical Aerospace eVTOL plant auction race as action kicks off | The powerful 790 KFGO

By Tim Hepher (Reuters) – As the flying taxi market takes off, the race is on to decide where future vehicles will be built with one of Vertical Aerospace’s backers – Irish leasing boss Domhnal Slattery – pushing for a manufacturing base in Ireland. Shares of electric vertical take-off and …

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Kremlin calls on US not to send planes to areas where it can strike Russian territory

The Kremlin on Friday submitted draft security pacts that directly combat an increase in the number of US planes flying over any potential combat territory. The documents also say that the Russian military will abide by the same rules if the United States agrees to the terms, meaning it will …

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Covid-19: Disappointing summer attendance forecasts for South Island hotspots

South Island tourist towns are considering a summer of cancellations rather than bookings as Covid-19 continues to keep vacationers home. While summer is generally a busy time, Queenstown businesses receive more cancellations than bookings, the West Coast is nearly empty of visitors, and the District of Mackenzie is in desperate …

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CLEAR Secure aims to reshape the global travel industry

CLEAR Secure is a biometric screening company that maintains a visible presence at international airports. The company wants to create a smoother travel experience. After a $ 4.5 billion IPO in the summer of 2021, the company is moving closer to its goal of a “frictionless” future. “I think people …

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19 new aircraft stands at Delhi Airport Terminal 1 | Delhi News

NEW DELHI: To prepare Delhi airport, 19 new aircraft stands were made operational as part of the first phase of the apron expansion works at Terminal 1 of Indira Gandhi International Airport, the area where the planes are parked. “The apron or tarmac is built in three phases. In the …

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Town of Olean Secures Surveillance Contract for $ 2 Million Airport Runway Project | News

OLEAN – A contract to oversee the city’s $ 2 million runway repaving project was approved on Tuesday evening. The joint council unanimously approved the city to sign a contract with C&S companies for construction and inspection services on runway 4-22 – the 4,800-foot-long asphalt runway at the county airport …

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Pangiam and Google Cloud Collaborate to Transform Aviation Safety

AGS Airports Ltd to test new artificial intelligence-based technology at security sites in Aberdeen, Glasgow, and Southampton airports LONDON, December 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Today, Pangiam, working with Google Cloud, announced details of Project DARTMOUTH, an initiative to transform airport security operations by tracking threats hidden in baggage …

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Major Launchers Preview Market Changes With New Vehicles For 2022

Prototypes of the SpaceX spacecraft in Boca Chica, Texas. Photo: SpaceX The major space launchers presented an overview of how their business will evolve as new launchers become available in 2022 during EuroconsultMonday’s World Satellite Business Week event. EspaceX Vice President of Commercial Sales Tom Ochinero was optimistic that Starship …

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