Boeing Gets Waivers For Its 737 MAX 7 And 10 Aircraft

lunes, 26 de diciembre de 2022

Boeing must make safety upgrades to all 737 MAX aircraft in a few years

Boeing received the regulatory reprieve from the lawmakers on its two 737 MAX jets under the omnibus spending bill. The 737 MAX 7 and the 737 MAX 10 received the waiver on the December 27, 2022, deadline to make improvements to the jets.



https://simpleflying.com/boeing-granted-waiver-737-max-7-10/ 

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VoloDrone passes another test

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China Set To Relax Quarantine Rules For International Arrivals

 https://simpleflying.com/china-relax-hong-kong-international-arrival-quarantine/

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Emirates Shares Video Of "Airbus A380 Pulled By Reindeer"

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KAI inks $235 million deal to supply light armed helicopters

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UK Ministry of Defence awards Palantir £75 million for MOD's digital transformation

Worth £75 million over three years, the partnership will support the MOD's digital transformation as it becomes a world-leading agile force of the future. Spearheaded by Defence Digital and powered by Palantir, the digital transformation will see the MOD treat data as a strategic asset, harnessing its power to deliver superior military advantage and greater efficiency across the enterprise, from headquarters to the front lines.


https://investors.palantir.com/news-details/2022/UK-Ministry-of-Defence-awards-Palantir-75-million-Enterprise-Agreement/ 

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Israel grounds 11 F-35 stealth jets after U.S. crash

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