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Air Niugini’s “Raggiana Bird” special livery

Air Niugini celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2023. The flag carrier brought back a rare livery. In 1984, a single Airbus A300B4-203 registered as P2-ANG...

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France Sells Last KC-135s to U.S. Commercial Refueling Company Metrea

French Air Force sells its last KC-135s to Metrea, which becomes the largest commercial air refueling company. On July 11, 2024, it was announced that...

Chaos ensues as passengers on American Airlines flight ignore evacuation commands

On 12 July, an American Airlines Airbus A321 (registered N917UY) was evacuated at San Francisco Airport, United States when a laptop emitted heat and...

Italy Air Force eyes new tanker competition after dropping Boeing buy

ROME — Italy is mulling a competition to find a new tanker aircraft after suspending plans to buy six new Boeing KC-46 tankers, sources...

Slovenia picks howitzers, air defense systems and armored vehicles

WARSAW, Poland — Slovenia is advancing plans to buy new artillery systems, air defense systems and armored vehicles, with French and Finnish defense groups...

Sonic Cruiser: The Ultimate Paper Airplane

The Boeing Sonic Cruiser, a concept aircraft that never left the drawing board, has been the subject of much speculation in the aviation industry....

Air Arabia expands European network with direct flights from Sharjah to Vienna

Air Arabia, the largest low-cost carrier in the Middle East and North Africa, has announced a new route connecting Sharjah, UAE, and Vienna, Austria....

SpaceX launches Turkey’s first home-grown communications satellite

TAMPA, Fla. — SpaceX launched Turkey’s first domestically built communications satellite July 8 toward geostationary orbit. Turksat 6A, to be operated by state-owned satellite operator Turksat,...

American Airlines submits application to U.S. Department of Transportation to serve San Antonio International Airport from Washington Reagan National

American today formally submitted an application to the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) to operate daily, nonstop service between San Antonio International Airport (SAT)...

How Hot Is Too Hot For Airlines To Operate?

If you are living in parts of Southern California, Nevada, or Arizona, you know it’s typically going to be hot this time of year....

Airbus secures $2.5 billion German military satellite contract

Join our newsletter to get the latest military space news every Tuesday by veteran defense journalist Sandra Erwin. Processing… Success! You're on the list. Whoops! There was...

Lufthansa Group to acquire 41% of ITA Airways, approved by the European Commission

Competition authority of the European Commission approves the planned acquisition of 41 percent of Deutsche Lufthansa AG in ITA Airways, subject to conditions Transaction to...

Thales EVP Yannick Assouad – Bringing AI on board aircraft – Thales Aerospace Blog

In the opinion piece, Yannick Assouad explains how AI is disrupting legacy avionics technologies and how Thales is making headway with the first versions...

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