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Advanced Airspace Management specializes in the use of drones to obtain and deliver key information to business professionals. We're breaking new ground in agricultural monitoring, 3-D mapping and modeling, construction visualization, earthwork volume estimation and and stunning aerial videography.

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EASYJET AND WIZZ AMONG FIRST TO ADOPT NEW EASA PROTOCOL

EasyJet | June 04, 2020

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Aegean Airlines, EasyJet and Wizz Air have become the first carriers to sign up to the European Union Aviation Safety Agency’s protocol of measures aimed at ensuring the safe restoration of air services. The three airlines have pledged to work with their national authorities to put the recommended measures in place, says EASA. Seven European airports and airport operators have also signed up to the protocol. These include Spain’s AENA, Germany’s Fraport, Paris Charles de...

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READY TO TAKE-OFF! AIR CANADA TO OPERATE FLIGHTS TO 97 DESTINATIONS THIS SUMMER

Air Canada | May 26, 2020

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Air Canada is offering customers a choice of 97 destinations in Canada, the US and around the world with an abridged schedule this summer. Within Canada, the schedule will increase from 34 routes in May to 58 routes in June, with more routes expected to be added in August and September. In the US, the airline has resumed fights to New York-LaGuardia, Washington-Dulles, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston and Chicago. There are tentative plans to resume more US services from 22 June, pending regul...

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ROGERSON GROUP OF COMPANIES SELECTS ALLCLEAR AS DISTRIBUTOR

AllClear, Rogerson Group of Companies | April 29, 2021

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AllClear, a main worldwide military affiliate and arrangements supplier, reported that they have been chosen by Rogerson Group of Companies (Rogerson Kratos, Rogerson Aircraft Equipment Group) to circulate their inheritance aeronautics, parts, and segments, oversee fixes and give modernization arrangements on fixed-wing and rotational airplane. AllClear's region will cover select worldwide administrators in different areas. This association will give clients admittance to glob...

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BRITISH AIRWAYS CONFIRMS RETIREMENT OF ENTIRE 747 FLEET OF BOEING AIRPLANES DUE TO COVID-19

Boeing | July 17, 2020

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British Airways, currently the largest operator of the Boeing 747, said it would retire its entire fleet of the iconic aircraft earlier than expected due to the coronavirus downturn. The airline, owned by International Consolidated Airlines Group, had originally planned to phase out the jumbo jet by 2024. But travel restrictions due to Covid-19 led the company to take action now. “It is with great sadness that we can confirm we are proposing to retire our entire 747 fleet with immed...

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EASYJET AND WIZZ AMONG FIRST TO ADOPT NEW EASA PROTOCOL

EasyJet | June 04, 2020

Aegean Airlines, EasyJet and Wizz Air have become the first carriers to sign up to the European Union Aviation Safety Agency’s protocol of measures aimed at ensuring the safe restoration of air services. The three airlines have pledged to work with their national authorities to put the recommended measures in place, says EASA. Seven European airports and airport operators have also signed up to the protocol. These include Spain’s AENA, Germany’s Fraport, Paris Charles de...

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READY TO TAKE-OFF! AIR CANADA TO OPERATE FLIGHTS TO 97 DESTINATIONS THIS SUMMER

Air Canada | May 26, 2020

Air Canada is offering customers a choice of 97 destinations in Canada, the US and around the world with an abridged schedule this summer. Within Canada, the schedule will increase from 34 routes in May to 58 routes in June, with more routes expected to be added in August and September. In the US, the airline has resumed fights to New York-LaGuardia, Washington-Dulles, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston and Chicago. There are tentative plans to resume more US services from 22 June, pending regul...

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Defense and Space

ROGERSON GROUP OF COMPANIES SELECTS ALLCLEAR AS DISTRIBUTOR

AllClear, Rogerson Group of Companies | April 29, 2021

AllClear, a main worldwide military affiliate and arrangements supplier, reported that they have been chosen by Rogerson Group of Companies (Rogerson Kratos, Rogerson Aircraft Equipment Group) to circulate their inheritance aeronautics, parts, and segments, oversee fixes and give modernization arrangements on fixed-wing and rotational airplane. AllClear's region will cover select worldwide administrators in different areas. This association will give clients admittance to glob...

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BRITISH AIRWAYS CONFIRMS RETIREMENT OF ENTIRE 747 FLEET OF BOEING AIRPLANES DUE TO COVID-19

Boeing | July 17, 2020

British Airways, currently the largest operator of the Boeing 747, said it would retire its entire fleet of the iconic aircraft earlier than expected due to the coronavirus downturn. The airline, owned by International Consolidated Airlines Group, had originally planned to phase out the jumbo jet by 2024. But travel restrictions due to Covid-19 led the company to take action now. “It is with great sadness that we can confirm we are proposing to retire our entire 747 fleet with immed...

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