Aircraft

USS Carl Vinson’s plane suffered two “Class A” incidents last week

Two planes assigned to the deployed aircraft carrier Carl Vinson suffered so-called “Class A” crashes last week, but officials said no one was injured. The first occurred around 1 p.m. on November 22, when the starboard engine of an F / A-18E Super Hornet caught fire in flight during training …

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SAF-powered Airbus Jet and Chase perform promising test flight

An Airbus A350 running on 100% Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) was chased by a Falcon aircraft during a recent test campaign. The test flight offered crucial insight, with initial results indicating that SAF has a positive impact on aircraft emissions. The recent flight was part of ECLIF3, a project that …

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Taiwan: Taiwan scrambles to warn 27 Chinese planes in its defense zone

TAIPEI – Taiwan’s air force rushed again on Sunday to remove 27 Chinese planes that entered its air defense zone, Taiwan’s defense ministry said, the latest increase in tensions across the strait from Taiwan. Taiwan, claimed by China, has been complaining for a year or more about repeated Chinese Air …

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Replica of historic Southern Cross aircraft about to take off as new engines are installed for Wings Over Illawarra

The Southern Cross is arguably Australia’s most famous aircraft, and its exact replica is almost ready to take flight. Key points: Replica of Sir Charles Kingsford Smith’s famous Southern Cross plane is about to fly after its engines have been installed and tested The aircraft was refurbished by the Historical …

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Germany Approves Nuclear-Capable F / A 18 Super Hornets and EW Aircraft EA-18G Growlers to Upgrade Fleet

Germany is likely to send the U.S. government a letter of request (LOR), asking for the Boeing F / A 18 Super Hornet and EA-18G Growler planes, Janes reported, citing local German media. Michael Hostetter, vice president of Boeing Defense, Space, and Security Germany, told Janes that a letter of …

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MQ-25 conducts ground test before aircraft carrier test

Boeing and the US Navy conducted ground tests of the MQ-25 Stingray tank drone at Norfolk Chambers Field Naval Base in Virginia, United States. After completing several refueling tests this year, which includes an F-35C Lightning II fighter and an E-2D Hawkeye command and control aircraft, the MQ-25 T1 test …

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Fuel for airplanes manufactured only with air and sunlight

This 2016 photo shows the world’s first four-seater passenger plane, the Hy4, powered solely by a hydrogen fuel cell system. Researchers from the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) developed the aircraft’s powertrain and worked on the project with industrial and research partners. – © DLR …

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aerospace company from Tulsa expands its facilities to produce equipment for military aircraft | News from local businesses

Tulsa Mayor GT Bynum and Mike Neal, CEO and President of the Tulsa Regional Chamber, stand in front of an AT-802U Sky Warden aircraft during a press conference on Friday at L3Harris Technologies’ facilities at L3Harris Technologies International Airport Tulsa. Luke Savoie, president of aviation services at L3Harris Technologies, discusses …

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“Kannur will be the embarkation point of the Hajj, a jumbo jet will return to Calicut”

Malappuram: The Center has given a favorable response to the state’s request for the resumption of wide-body aircraft services from Calicut International Airport, Minister of State V Abdurahiman said on Thursday. He commented after meeting with Union Minister for Civil Aviation Jyotiraditya Scindia in New Delhi. Abdurahiman, who is the …

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Intel: US, UAE talk about F-35 as Russia launches stealth plane

The Biden administration intends to move forward with plans to sell up to 50 Lockheed-Martin F-35 stealth fighter jets to the UAE, but expects talks to continue. with Abu Dhabi on its “obligations” concerning the securing of aircraft technology. Mira Resnick, the State Department’s top official for regional security affairs, …

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