August 16, 2022

Aviation

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Boeing continues to face worrying news as big contracts move towards Airbus for the A220, A320neo and A321neo over the 737 … Originally published at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKlZcjbfrQY
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Maputo, Mozambique (April 22 2022) – Today the National Health Institute (INS), the Health Sector of Inhambane, VillageReach and Swoop Aero, started the second phase of the study for the use of drones to transport laboratory samples for infectious diseases, such as COVID-19, tuberculosis, HIV, and medical products. This study, called Drones for Health Phase...
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Pierce Aerospace, of Indianapolis, announced a partnership with Vigilant Aerospace Systems today to integrate Pierce Aerospace’s Flight Portal Remote ID technologies into Vigilant’s FlightHorizon airspace management and flight safety products. Vigilant Aerospace, of Oklahoma City, is a leader in flight safety technologies for both crewed and uncrewed aircraft systems (UAS) and has been commercializing licensed...
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Edison Aerospace LLC has begun the process of registering its prototype aircraft with the Federal Aviation Administration, a big step on the path to delivering our first aircraft to new customers. The path to Experimental airworthiness certification involves registering the future aircraft and getting a tail number assigned, building it and documenting every step of...
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Big news at Airbus involving the termination of another contract for the A350 family of aircraft following an ongoing dispute … Originally published at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wdDu91et7g
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Toyota Tsusho Corporation (Toyota Tsusho), one of Japan’s general trading companies and a member of the Toyota Group, and Zipline, the global leader in instant logistics, today launched automated, on-demand deliveries of medical supplies across Japan’s Gotō Islands. Under this partnership, Toyota Tsusho is using Zipline’s instant logistics system to make routine, commercial long-distance drone deliveries in...
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The Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) has taken delivery of three MQ-9A Block 5 Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) and two Mobile Ground Control Stations (GCS) from General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI) for long-range, persistent surveillance to support missions protecting the Netherland’s national interests in Curacao.  The delivery of the first three of four MQ-9As,...