AEROCON

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AEROCON is a flight school located in Brazil, in the city of Curitiba at the Bacacheri Airport. We provided teoric and pratic training of the following flying licenses.

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Delta Air Lines | August 20, 2020

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DELTA WILL KEEP BLOCKING SOME AIRCRAFT SEATS THROUGH EARLY JANUARY TO CALM TRAVELERS NERVOUS ABOUT VIRUS

Delta Air Lines will continue to limit the number of passengers it allows on each flight through early January in an effort to win over potential customers worried about flying during the coronavirus pandemic, the carrier said Thursday. Delta had previously said it will limit capacity to 60% of of its main cabin through the end of September. But after that it will raise the limit to 75% of its main cabin, blocking some middle seats, and will continue to do so through “at least” Jan. ...

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PANDEMIC UPENDS DELTA'S PLAN TO INVEST IN FOREIGN AIRLINES WORTH $2 BILLION

Delta Air Lines spent years amassing equity stakes in foreign airlines from the U.K. to Chile to grow internationally and gain sway over those carriers. The coronavirus pandemic has upended those plans and is proving costly as financial turmoil hits airlines around the world. Foreign ownership rules prevent outright purchases of airlines abroad but equity investments and other partnerships have proved popular for carriers eager to gain access to international markets....

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Neither Walmart nor the state of North Carolina is stranger to drone delivery. UPS has participated in the Federal Aviation Administration's drone Integration Pilot Program in North Carolina over the last couple of years. And Walmart began testing drones, beginning with indoor flights, as early as 2015. Flytrex also participated in the FAA's IPP in North Carolina. But as flights take off in North Carolina, Walmart acknowledges the last-mile delivery method is still in the early days.
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Amazon Air | June 02, 2020

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AMAZON’S AVIATION PLANS WILL BENEFIT FROM CARGO’S RALLY

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