Aircraft

Maytag Aircraft Corporation Agrees to Pay $ 1.9 Million to Settle Liability for 2014 Fort Hood Jet Fuel Spill | USAO-WDTX

WACO – U.S. Attorney-at-Law Ashley C. Hoff of the Western District of Texas today announced that defense contractor Maytag Aircraft Corporation (“Maytag”) has agreed to pay $ 1,901,200.96 to resolve allegations. which the company negligently caused a kerosene spill at the Robert Gray military airfield in Fort Hood. Bulk Storage …

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A pilot flies a private plane to help Odette victims in Siargao │ GMA News Online

A pilot has been flying a private plane for three days now to carry out rescue missions and transport stranded victims of Typhoon Odette on Siargao Island in Surigao del Norte to the town of Butuan in Agusan del Norte. Captain Lester Codog said evacuation flights began on Sunday, the …

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Topeka man arrested after manhunt involving K-9s and planes

JACKSON COUNTY, KS (KSNT) – A man is in custody following a police chase involving K-9s, several police departments and air units in Jackson County. WATCH NOW: Wildfires have spread across Kansas, damaged thousands of acres According to a press release from Sheriff Tim Morse of the Jackson County Sheriff’s …

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French aeronautics giant Airbus delivers latest A380 superjumbo to Emirates

French aviation giant Airbus has delivered its latest A380 aircraft to Dubai’s flagship airline Emirates, marking the last and 251st delivery of the once-pioneering double-decker commercial aircraft. The last aircraft, the MSN 272, was delivered to Emirates in Hamburg, Germany. It was the 123rd A380 delivered to the giant Dubai, …

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BAE expands its work on electric aircraft | WIVT

ENDICOTT, NY – BAE Systems at Endicott seeks to combine 2 areas of expertise with the goal of electrifying flying vehicles. BAE has announced a multi-million dollar investment in its Huron campus facilities as it seeks to develop electric motors for aircraft. Already a leader in flight control technology, BAE …

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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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American returns routes to destinations in Europe and Asia

American Airlines is re-establishing 13 routes on its international network as it prepares for strong demand to Europe. The carrier also had to abandon five markets due to delays in Boeing Dreamliner deliveries. In addition to the return of service, American is launching brand new routes to Doha, Qatar and …

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BrahMos supersonic cruise missile fired from Sukhoi aircraft, ready for mass production – The New Indian Express

Express news service BHUBANEWAR: One day after the successful test firing of the Vertical Launch Short-Range Surface-to-Air Missile (VL-SRSAM), India on Wednesday flight tested the aerial version of the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile from a fighter plane off the coast of Odisha. Defense sources said the Indo-Russian joint venture BrahMos …

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SkyRunner Selects INVISIO Intercom and AI-Enabled Gen II Communication Systems for SkyRunner MK3.2 Light Sports Aircraft

SkyRunner Selects INVISIO Intercom and AI-Enabled Gen II Communication Systems for SkyRunner MK3.2 Light Sports Aircraft Tweet this SkyRunner‘chief strategy officer Michael jensen led this joint project for SkyRunner. As a retired USAF Lieutenant Colonel and career Special Operator, he was intimately familiar with INVISIO systems from his active service. …

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