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First designed to tow disabled tanks, the BREM-1 will now be charged with towing disabled aircraft during emergencies at Domodedovo Airport.
A fleet of nearly 20 U.S. aircraft will head to Europe next year to participate in events commemorating the 75th anniversary of the pivotal WWII invasion.
Through December, five major Swedish airports operated by Swedavia will have biofuel available.
The Bell V-280 tiltrotor has achieved a variety of performance milestones over the course of 85 flight test hours.
A gathering of experts in Abu Dhabi in March 2019 will showcase the region’s role in global satellite and space development activities.
With operators seeking MEL relief for STC components not yet evaluated through the required process, the FAA has issued new guidance.
The Iris program is a partnership with the European Space Agency (ESA), led by Inmarsat, to establish secure, high-bandwidth communications over Europe.
In service with for 49 years, first as an airliner, then as a flying engine testbed, the four-engine jumbo was the world's oldest active 747.
Lockheed Martin has started construction on the first parts of its Low Boom Technology supersonic testbed
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