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Aviation Medical Center is one of the leading medical and psychological examination institutes in the aviation industry. AMC carries out medical examinations in the Netherlands, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Germany, England, Finland, Mongolia, New Zealand, Nigeria, Spain, South Africa and Switzerland.

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AMERICAN AIRLINES SEES ENCOURAGING DEMAND TREND

American Airlines | June 10, 2020

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American Airlines has transported an average of 127,000 passengers daily in June so far, up from a low of 32,000 passengers daily in April, as travellers once again take to the sky while the global coronavirus crisis enters its fourth month. President and chief executive Doug Parker told the Fort Worth-based airline’s shareholders on 10 June that the carrier is encouraged by the recent rise in demand, even though it builds on a very low base....

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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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SKYGRID LAUNCHES AUTONOMOUS REMOTE UAV OPERATIONS SOLUTION

SkyGrid | October 07, 2021

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SkyGrid, a Boeing, SparkCognition company, announced today that it has released a new autonomous remote UAV operations capability to allow flight managers and operators to control and execute flights from remote locations. Using artificial intelligence and a broad array of airspace-related data feeds, SkyGrid is enabling safe remote operations for missions involving single and multiple drones. Organizations can use SkyGrid to facilitate routine inspections over an area of interest...

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NASA, SPACEX LAUNCH CLIMATE SCIENCE RESEARCH, MORE TO SPACE STATION

NASA | July 15, 2022

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A SpaceX Dragon resupply spacecraft carrying more than 5,800 pounds of science experiments, crew supplies, and other cargo is on its way to the International Space Station after launching at 8:44 p.m. EDT Thursday from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The spacecraft launched on a Falcon 9 rocket from Launch Pad 39A at Kennedy for the company's 25th commercial resupply services mission for NASA. It is scheduled to autonomously dock at the space station about 11:20 a....

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AMERICAN AIRLINES SEES ENCOURAGING DEMAND TREND

American Airlines | June 10, 2020

American Airlines has transported an average of 127,000 passengers daily in June so far, up from a low of 32,000 passengers daily in April, as travellers once again take to the sky while the global coronavirus crisis enters its fourth month. President and chief executive Doug Parker told the Fort Worth-based airline’s shareholders on 10 June that the carrier is encouraged by the recent rise in demand, even though it builds on a very low base....

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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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AVIATION TECHNOLOGY

SKYGRID LAUNCHES AUTONOMOUS REMOTE UAV OPERATIONS SOLUTION

SkyGrid | October 07, 2021

SkyGrid, a Boeing, SparkCognition company, announced today that it has released a new autonomous remote UAV operations capability to allow flight managers and operators to control and execute flights from remote locations. Using artificial intelligence and a broad array of airspace-related data feeds, SkyGrid is enabling safe remote operations for missions involving single and multiple drones. Organizations can use SkyGrid to facilitate routine inspections over an area of interest...

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DEFENSE AND SPACE

NASA, SPACEX LAUNCH CLIMATE SCIENCE RESEARCH, MORE TO SPACE STATION

NASA | July 15, 2022

A SpaceX Dragon resupply spacecraft carrying more than 5,800 pounds of science experiments, crew supplies, and other cargo is on its way to the International Space Station after launching at 8:44 p.m. EDT Thursday from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The spacecraft launched on a Falcon 9 rocket from Launch Pad 39A at Kennedy for the company's 25th commercial resupply services mission for NASA. It is scheduled to autonomously dock at the space station about 11:20 a....

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