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Guillaume Faury
CEO, Airbus
 
Guillaume Faury is the new Chief Executive Officer of Airbus. His appointment was announced in April 2019.He was previously President of Airbus’...
 

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  Business Aviation  
 
 

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“2019 a good year for business aviation,” says MEBAA’s...
All of the signs indicate a good year for business aviation in 2019, in particular in North Africa, according to Ali Alnaqbi, founding & executive...
 
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Bombardier concludes sale of Q Series aircraft program...
 
Bombardier recently confirmed the closing of the previously announced sale of the Q Series aircraft program assets to De Havilland Aircraft...
 
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Mexico-bound business aircraft witness increase in ramp...
 
Foreign business aircraft arriving at Mexican airports have noted an increase in ramp checks by authorities. According to flight-planning firm...
 
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  Commercial Aviation  
 
 

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Emirates to fly A380 to its shortest route
 
Muscat Airport is set to receive Airbus A380s after Emirates announced it is to use the super jumbo on two of its three routes from...
 
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La Compagnie’s first A321neo makes inaugural...
 
The first single-aisle A321neo destined for La Compagnie, an exclusively business-class French airline operating scheduled transatlantic...
 
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ANZ purchases 8 787-10s with expected delivery...
 
Pacific carrier Air New Zealand (ANZ) is to bolster its Boeing 787 Dreamliner fleet after signing a letter of intent to purchase eight 787-10s, plus options...
 
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Military Aviation
 

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Next-gen OPIR declared fully operational by Air Force
 
The fourth satellite of the Space Based Infrared System constellation has been declared fully operational, the Air Force Space and Missile Systems...
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Taiwan transforms highway into fighter jet runway
 
Taiwan staged a unique set of wargames designed to ensure it can put fighter jets in the air long after military air bases have been...
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Airbus, Spanish Air Force to develop drone and AR...
 
The Spanish Air Force has become the first air force worldwide to support the development of Airbus’ drone and augmented reality-based...
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Boeing to provide WPS to US Air Force
 
Boeing, through its subsidiary Tapestry Solutions, received a 10-year contract from the US Air Force to provide Weapon Planning Software...
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Dassault Aviation expands MRO Footprint
 
Dassault Aviation’s recent acquisitions of ExecuJet’s MRO Services and TAG Maintenance Services in Europe represent ‘a changing...
 
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Thai Airways partners with Airbus to build new MRO...
 
Thai Airways, under a new partnership with Airbus and backed by Thailand’s Board of Investment, is investing in the use of drones, robots...
 
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ST Engineering forges joint venture devoted to MRO solutions
 
ST Engineering Aerospace is branching into Vietnam for the first time with a new joint venture (JV) devoted to component MRO solutions. Vietnam...
 
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  Training and recruitments  
 
 

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  CAE signs new training agreement with...
 

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  Turkish Airlines chooses BAA ...
 

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  Vienna Airport expands training...
 
 
 
     
  women in aviation  
     
 

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Growing number of women in aviation
 
Pam Prdue has been flying for 27 years, starting with pilot training at a flight school in Sanford, Florida. Her father, John, who was a commercial pilot for Delta, inspired...
 
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Dr. Bastaki joins aviation industry as a...
 
Dr. Nadia Bastaki, the first Emirati woman to be registered as a specialist in aviation medicine, has achieved her lifelong ambition and has become involved in the UAE space...
 
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  Space Today  
     
 

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NASA to open ISS for commercial...
 
NASA is to allow tourists to visit the International Space Station from 2020, priced at $35,000 (£27,500) per night.The US space agency said it....
 
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Aerospace cubesat captures high...
 
The Aerospace Corp. showed it could capture high-resolution nighttime imagery with three cameras that fit inside a cubesat measuring ten centimeters...
 
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  Did You Know ?  
     
 

Airport control tower windows must be angled at precisely 15 degrees from vertical at the top to decrease reflections from both inside and outside the tower.

 

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  Breakthroughs  
     
 

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Breakthroughs in aerospace industry to...
 
A series of breakthroughs in materials science are helping to drive efficiency in aerospace manufacturing, by improving material...
 
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New Flying-V jet to take test flight...
 
Air France-KLM has collaborated with a Dutch university to fund research into a new aircraft design that could make long-haul air travel much more ...
 
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