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AURORA AERIAL AND GOFOR INDUSTRIES FORM A DRONE DELIVERY PARTNERSHIP

GoFor Industries, Aurora Aerial | March 08, 2021

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GoFor Industries, North America’s leading marketplace for last mile, on-demand and same-day delivery and logistics, announced today its partnership with Aurora Aerial, a Winnipeg, Canada-based company that creates remotely piloted aircraft solutions. As part of an overall approach to revolutionize last mile delivery operations, this partnership will strengthen GoFor’s presence in the logistics industry by offering improved delivery performance in a fast and eco-friendly manner. Toget...

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FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION WARNS TO INSPECT STORED BOEING 737 JETS TO AVOID ENGINE SHUTDOWNS

Boeing | July 24, 2020

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The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday instructed airlines to inspect some stored Boeing 737 planes for corrosion that could lead to engine shutdowns as hundreds of aircraft remain idled because of a drop in demand amid the coronavirus pandemic. The order for inspections on planes that have not been operated for a week or more will impact about 2,000 jets in the U.S., the FAA said. The orders do not relate to the Boeing 737 Max, which has been grounded worldwide since March 2019 af...

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WESTJET INCREDIBLY EXCITED TO WELCOME BACK THE 737 MAX

WestJet | September 28, 2020

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Canadian low-cost airline WestJet is excited to get the MAX back into service. While it sees the aircraft being allowed to fly in Q4 of 2020, it doesn’t expect to see it on its own schedules until probably next year. Nevertheless, Jeff Martin, Chief Operations Officer at WestJet, has said that the airline is ‘committed’ to the MAX and excited to see it in its fleet....

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KONIKU AND AIRBUS EXPAND PARTNERSHIP TO RE-IMAGINE AVIATION SECURITY

Koniku, Inc. | July 21, 2022

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Koniku, Inc. and Airbus Americas, Inc. have announced the expansion and deepening of their collaboration, which began in 2017, to advance aviation safety and security from curbside to gate for billions of travelers globally. Koniku has created “smell cyborgs” that detect a range of compounds in the air in real-time, empowering Airbus to design a touchless & seamless traveler experience. The 24-month collaboration marks a pivotal milestone in the companies' join...

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AIR TRANSPORT

AURORA AERIAL AND GOFOR INDUSTRIES FORM A DRONE DELIVERY PARTNERSHIP

GoFor Industries, Aurora Aerial | March 08, 2021

GoFor Industries, North America’s leading marketplace for last mile, on-demand and same-day delivery and logistics, announced today its partnership with Aurora Aerial, a Winnipeg, Canada-based company that creates remotely piloted aircraft solutions. As part of an overall approach to revolutionize last mile delivery operations, this partnership will strengthen GoFor’s presence in the logistics industry by offering improved delivery performance in a fast and eco-friendly manner. Toget...

Read More
news image

FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION WARNS TO INSPECT STORED BOEING 737 JETS TO AVOID ENGINE SHUTDOWNS

Boeing | July 24, 2020

The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday instructed airlines to inspect some stored Boeing 737 planes for corrosion that could lead to engine shutdowns as hundreds of aircraft remain idled because of a drop in demand amid the coronavirus pandemic. The order for inspections on planes that have not been operated for a week or more will impact about 2,000 jets in the U.S., the FAA said. The orders do not relate to the Boeing 737 Max, which has been grounded worldwide since March 2019 af...

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WESTJET INCREDIBLY EXCITED TO WELCOME BACK THE 737 MAX

WestJet | September 28, 2020

Canadian low-cost airline WestJet is excited to get the MAX back into service. While it sees the aircraft being allowed to fly in Q4 of 2020, it doesn’t expect to see it on its own schedules until probably next year. Nevertheless, Jeff Martin, Chief Operations Officer at WestJet, has said that the airline is ‘committed’ to the MAX and excited to see it in its fleet....

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AVIATION TECHNOLOGY

KONIKU AND AIRBUS EXPAND PARTNERSHIP TO RE-IMAGINE AVIATION SECURITY

Koniku, Inc. | July 21, 2022

Koniku, Inc. and Airbus Americas, Inc. have announced the expansion and deepening of their collaboration, which began in 2017, to advance aviation safety and security from curbside to gate for billions of travelers globally. Koniku has created “smell cyborgs” that detect a range of compounds in the air in real-time, empowering Airbus to design a touchless & seamless traveler experience. The 24-month collaboration marks a pivotal milestone in the companies' join...

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