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Despite the best intentions, operating airports in Afghanistan remains a challenge.
Trials of MBDA's Dragonfire laser weapon have started successfully.
Astronautics will also bid its aerospace cybersecurity, integrated avionics, and secure connectivity solutions for an Air Force contract.
Bird Aerosystems provides airborne missile protection and verification solutions to UN Air Operations Mil Mi-17 helicopters.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has introduced biometric facial comparison technology at all international airports across the United States.
A Massachusetts man who had his license revoked in 2000 following a conviction for helicopter theft has now been found guilty of flying without a license.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps confirmed that a Global 6500 and a Citation Latitude owned by Eugene Shvidler have now been seized by the UK government.
Responding to sanctions against Russian individuals and companies over the invasion of Ukraine, the Isle of Man has deregistered multiple private aircraft.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration has ordered two AW139s.
Business aviation companies now face new pressures to ensure they do not breach sanctions and other restrictions on Russian-controlled aircraft.