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Ordnance Survey launches a mapping drone

Copyright of the image Ordnance Survey Cartographic Organization The Ordnance Survey plans to launch a solar-powered drone to capture images of the Earth of superior quality. His Astigan aircraft will fly higher than commercial airliners at 20,000m (67,000ft) and could… Continue Reading →

Bombardier launches CRY with 50 seats and three classes

In response to a call from United Airlines to replace the aging CRJ200s and add more high-yield seats to the airline's existing fleet, Bombardier has agreed to launch an almost defunct market for regional jets with 50 seats. visits with… Continue Reading →

Apple Music launches its battle against Spotify at 30,000 feet with the American Airlines partnership

The sky has just become a little more friendly for Apple Music subscribers. Starting on Friday, some flights from American Airlines will offer free Apple Music streaming without needing to buy a Wi-Fi in-flight package. At present, the offer is… Continue Reading →

France launches Rafale F4 upgrade

During a visit to the Dassault Aviation branch in Bordeaux-Mérignac earlier this month, the minister of military forces, Florence Parly, announced a 1.9 billion euro contract ($ 2.16 billion) for the development and integration of the F4 standard of the… Continue Reading →

PIA launches international flights from Sialkot International Airport

The national airline Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) on Sunday launched direct international passenger flights between Sialkot International Airport (SIAL) and Europe. PIA and SIAL jointly organized a launch ceremony at the airport under the presidency of the Minister of Aviation,… Continue Reading →

Airline Automation launches intensified debate on safety

the fatal accident of Lion Air opened the debate on the biggest aviation safety dilemma: how to best combine increasingly sophisticated computer controls, designed to avoid tragedies, with traditional flying skills. The ever more powerful cockpit automation and ultrareliable reactors… Continue Reading →

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