Weekly newsletter 05/2016

Welcome our Weekly newsletter 05/2016

Airbus Helicopters maintains civil market lead and sees commercial success for new products in 2015

During 2015, Airbus Helicopters delivered 395 rotorcraft from the company’s civil, parapublic and military product lines, strengthening its leading position on the civil & parapublic market...

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Concept Plane Could Travel From New York To London In Eleven Minutes

Now Concorde flights are a thing of the past, it seems pretty crazy you could once commercially fly from New York to London in around three and a half hours. However, a Canadian engineer has desi...

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EASA ruling may lead to unregulated commercial UAV ops

New risk-mitigating unmanned air vehicle regulations proposed by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) will only serve to create a “grey area" in which users of smaller systems can car...

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The largest in Russian capital "Heliport Moscow" summed up 2015

"Heliport Moscow" - a unique project of  "NDV» ("NDV - Real Estate") to create Europe's largest multipurpose helicopter complex, set up to have more than 2...

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Official statement of ANTONOV Company press service

Hereby we are drawing your attention to the fact that information about liquidation of ANTONOVState Company is not true. The Government of Ukraine took decision on liquidation of the ANTO...

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Airbus just struck a $25 billion deal with Iran

Airbus announced that Iran Air has agreed to purchase 118 jets from manufacturer valued as much as $25 billion. According to Airbus, the agreement was signed at the Élysée Palace...

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Boeing Completes Successful 737 MAX First Flight

The Boeing 737 MAX 8 took to the skies for the first time today. The 737 MAX program achieved the milestone on schedule which begins a comprehensive flight-test program leading to certification a...

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What happens when you're born on an airplane?

Renewing a passport and border checks are not the easiest of tasks for Shona Owen thanks to the unusual location of her birth. About 36,000 feet in the air. To the constant bemusement of immigra...

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Open skies dispute between US and Gulf airlines escalates

The war of words between Arabian Gulf airlines and their American rivals over open skies has been turned up a notch following allegations of declining traffic between the US and the Middle East. Th...

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Aviation on Mars? Airbus Perlan 2 Glider To Help Test Its Limits

By pushing the atmospheric envelope at the edge of Earth’s stratosphere, the Airbus Perlan 2 glider’s next tests should pave the way for both future aviation on Mars and Earth-based commer...

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