Sabca, a subsidiary of Orizio, gets back the maintenance contract for Europe-based bU.S. Air Force F-16s

jueves, 2 de junio de 2022

 https://www.aviation24.be/maintenance-repair-overhaul-mro/orizio/sabca-a-subsidiary-of-orizio-gets-back-the-maintenance-contract-for-europe-based-bu-s-air-force-f-16s/

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Belgian aerospace group Blueberry becomes Orizio and acquires Lufthansa Technik Brussels and Lufthansa Technik MaintenanceInternational

 https://www.aviation24.be/maintenance-repair-overhaul-mro/belgian-aerospace-group-blueberry-becomes-orizio-and-acquires-lufthansa-technik-brussels-and-lufthansa-technik-maintenanceinternational/

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Hexagon | NovAtel signed an MoU with Xona Space Systems to collaborate in the PNT development of Xona's new Low Earth Orbit (LEO) constellation

 https://uasmagazine.com/articles/2507/mou-signed-by-hexagon-novatel-and-xona-space-systems

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Dassault Falcon 10X cabin is masterclass in French design inspiration

https://runwaygirlnetwork.com/2022/06/dassaults-falcon-10x-cabin-french-design/ 

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USAF drops Draken for agressor tasks, more capable jets are needed

 https://www.blogbeforeflight.net/2022/06/usaf-drops-draken-for-red-air-tasks.html

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U.S. Plans To Sell Armed MQ-1C Gray Eagle Drones To Ukraine ‘In The Coming Days’

 https://theaviationist.com/2022/06/02/u-s-plans-to-sell-armed-mq-1c-gray-eagle-drones-to-ukraine-in-the-coming-days/

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IATA Launches MBA in Aviation Degree with Embry Riddle Aeronautical University



The jointly developed program aligns with ERAU’s modular degree program and IATA’s aviation management expertise. Through three blocks consisting of 36 credit hours, the program applies modern business concepts, methods, and tools to the challenges and specifics of the aviation business, creating an academic degree which combines core business competencies with a strong aviation foundation.

https://www.iata.org/en/pressroom/2022-releases/2022-02-06-01/

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Airbus strengthens its cybersecurity activities



Airbus is taking steps to strengthen and grow its cybersecurity activities throughout the Group. The company will showcase its cybersecurity solutions at the International Cybersecurity Forum (FIC) from 7th to 9th June 2022 in Lille (France).

With the exponential cyber threats, along with the increasing digitalisation and connectivity of its products and systems, cybersecurity has become a strategic and pivotal component of Airbus’ development and future. The company has therefore undertaken a series of actions and investments to further develop and strengthen its cybersecurity capabilities and expertise, ensuring the best possible protection for the company, its ecosystem, and its customers… Continue reading https://www.airbus.com/en/newsroom/press-releases/2022-06-airbus-strengthens-its-cybersecurity-activities


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Sukhoi and MiG merged with United Aircraft Corporation

https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/sukhoi-and-mig-merged-with-united-aircraft-corporation/

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[Vídeo] Increible pasada en formación por el 70 aniversario como reina de Isabel II

 https://blog.sandglasspatrol.com/video-increible-pasada-en-formacion-por-el-70-aniversario-como-reina-de-isabel-ii/

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[España] Jornada de Aviación General de AESA el próximo 2 de julio con todo el sector


 

 

 nota de prensa

https://www.seguridadaerea.gob.es/es/noticias/save-date-jornada-de-aviaci%C3%B3n-general-de-aesa-el-pr%C3%B3ximo-2-de-julio-con-todo-el-sector


La Agencia Estatal de Seguridad Aérea (AESA) celebra el próximo 2 de julio la Jornada de Aviación General en la que participará todo el sector y la Agencia Europea EASA.

El evento que se realizará en las instalaciones del Real Aeroclub de España (RACE) en Cuatro Vientos (Madrid) y el objetivo es dar visibilidad a la aviación general y escuchar las necesidades del sector, para ello participarán Asociación de Pilotos y Propietarios de Aeronaves (AOPA), la Asociación Española de Pilotos de Aeronaves Ligeras (AEPAL), y el Ministerio de Transportes Movilidad y Agenda Urbana (MITMA).

El servicio de Aviación General de AESA abordará los principales temas de interés del sector, tanto lo que se ha alcanzado como los retos de futuro. 

Las plazas son limitadas hasta completar aforo, os podéis registrar aquí hasta el 28 de junio, en donde podréis mostrar vuestros intereses.


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Incredible flypast marks 70 years of the Queen's reign

https://youtu.be/wQ3dAXqQ-d4

 

 

 

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Boeing Closing in on Final Assembly of Last New 747

The final Boeing 747—a 747-8F—is nearing assembly in Everett


https://www.flyingmag.com/boeing-closing-in-on-final-assembly-of-last-new-747/ 

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Red Arrows, Apache, Typhoons: The Aircraft Taking Part in Jubilee Flypast - Bloomberg

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Is Poland Really Considering Procurement Of Korean FA-50 Light Combat Aircraft?

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Boeing Is In Talks With Singapore Airlines About 777X Delays

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Boeing Teams with Canadian Industry to Offer P-8A Poseidon

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De Havilland completes first flight of CL-415 with new Collins avionics

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You can now buy a co-ordinated multi-drone swarm in a box

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À Toulouse, Carole Delga annonce un plan de 100 millions d'euros pour développer l'avion vert | Actu Toulouse

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The Air Force’s next-gen fighter has moved into a critical new phase

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European sixth-generation fighter stays stalled amid industrial rancour | News | Flight Global

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Russian Oil Producers Stay One Step Ahead of Sanctions - WSJ

Oil is also being transferred between ships at sea, a page out of the playbook used to buy and sell sanctioned Iranian and Venezuelan oil. The transfers are happening in the Mediterranean, off the coast of West Africa and the Black Sea, with oil then heading toward China, India and Western Europe, according to shipping companies.


https://www.wsj.com/articles/russian-oil-producers-stay-one-step-ahead-of-sanctions-11654076614 

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Who would want to work for the airline industry any more? | Financial Times

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UK Tells Airlines to Stop Selling Flights They Can't Staff

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