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KBR TO UPDATE AND IMPROVE UH-60V BLACK HAWK FLEET FOR U.S. ARMY WITH $156.7M CONTRACT

KBR | November 22, 2022

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KBR announced today it has been awarded a $156.7 million task order to support capabilities assessment and enhancements for the U.S. Army's Utility Helicopter 60 Variant (UH-60V) fleet, providing technologically superior and cost-effective helicopters for U.S. and Allied Forces. KBR was awarded this contract under the Department of Defense Information Analysis Center's (DoD IAC) multiple-award contract (MAC) vehicle. These DoD IAC MAC task orders are ...

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AMERICAN AIRLINES OBSERVES DECREASED DEMAND, FORECASTS INTERNATIONAL CAPACITY DROP FOR 2021

American Airlines | July 02, 2020

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American Airlines on Thursday forecast a 25 percent drop in its long-haul international summer capacity in 2021 over 2019, as the carrier curtails operations to cope with a slump in travel demand because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The company will also discontinue several international routes that were once popular leisure destinations but are now expected to see decreased demand. “In an effort to match low demand resulting from the coronavirus outbreak, the airline will realign its ...

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AMERICAN AIRLINES RAMPS UP CARGO FLIGHTS TO FILL PASSENGER VOID

DFW International Airport | May 14, 2020

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American Airlines will nearly double its cargo flights to 140 a week as it waits for passengers to return to travel again due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With the demand for worldwide cargo capacity increasing and airlines sidelining planes for years due to the sudden drop in travel, Fort Worth-based American said it will ramp up operations, including routes between DFW International Airport and Hong Kong and Beijing....

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JOBY SUBSIDIARY H2FLY COMPLETES WORLD’S FIRST PILOTED FLIGHT OF LIQUID HYDROGEN POWERED ELECTRIC AIRCRAFT

Business Wire | September 14, 2023

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H2FLY, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Joby Aviation, today announced the successful completion of the world’s first piloted flight of a liquid hydrogen-powered electric aircraft. H2FLY, acquired by Joby in 2021, continues to lead the industry on the development and testing of hydrogen aviation propulsion systems. The company completed a series of piloted flights with its HY4 demons...

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Aerospace

KBR TO UPDATE AND IMPROVE UH-60V BLACK HAWK FLEET FOR U.S. ARMY WITH $156.7M CONTRACT

KBR | November 22, 2022

KBR announced today it has been awarded a $156.7 million task order to support capabilities assessment and enhancements for the U.S. Army's Utility Helicopter 60 Variant (UH-60V) fleet, providing technologically superior and cost-effective helicopters for U.S. and Allied Forces. KBR was awarded this contract under the Department of Defense Information Analysis Center's (DoD IAC) multiple-award contract (MAC) vehicle. These DoD IAC MAC task orders are ...

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AMERICAN AIRLINES OBSERVES DECREASED DEMAND, FORECASTS INTERNATIONAL CAPACITY DROP FOR 2021

American Airlines | July 02, 2020

American Airlines on Thursday forecast a 25 percent drop in its long-haul international summer capacity in 2021 over 2019, as the carrier curtails operations to cope with a slump in travel demand because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The company will also discontinue several international routes that were once popular leisure destinations but are now expected to see decreased demand. “In an effort to match low demand resulting from the coronavirus outbreak, the airline will realign its ...

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AMERICAN AIRLINES RAMPS UP CARGO FLIGHTS TO FILL PASSENGER VOID

DFW International Airport | May 14, 2020

American Airlines will nearly double its cargo flights to 140 a week as it waits for passengers to return to travel again due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With the demand for worldwide cargo capacity increasing and airlines sidelining planes for years due to the sudden drop in travel, Fort Worth-based American said it will ramp up operations, including routes between DFW International Airport and Hong Kong and Beijing....

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Aviation Technology

JOBY SUBSIDIARY H2FLY COMPLETES WORLD’S FIRST PILOTED FLIGHT OF LIQUID HYDROGEN POWERED ELECTRIC AIRCRAFT

Business Wire | September 14, 2023

H2FLY, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Joby Aviation, today announced the successful completion of the world’s first piloted flight of a liquid hydrogen-powered electric aircraft. H2FLY, acquired by Joby in 2021, continues to lead the industry on the development and testing of hydrogen aviation propulsion systems. The company completed a series of piloted flights with its HY4 demons...

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