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Nextant Aerospace | August 18, 2021
Nextant Aerospace today announced that it has received Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approval of an upgraded software Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for Challenger 604 aircraft with Pro Line Fusion Avionics. The long-awaited software upgrade provides added avionics capabilities to enhance safety and awareness while also helping pilots and operators save time. Nextant is making the upgrade available at no charge for current Challenger 604 Pro Line Fusion operators.
Toshiba, Fortem Technologies, Inc. | March 23, 2021
Toshiba Corporation today declared that Toshiba Infrastructure Systems and Solutions Corporation, the Toshiba Group organization spend significant time in the worldwide infrastructure business (hereinafter Toshiba), has gone into an essential business collusion with Fortem Technologies, Inc. (from now on Fortem), and put 15 million USD in the organization. Fortem is an innovation chief in counter-drone security and Toshiba, through the coalition, intends to extend its radar-based security soluti...
NASA | April 21, 2020
NASA researchers are teaming up with the United States Air Force and industry as part of the NASA Aeronautics Strategic Implementation Plan to continue work on developing a sustainable future for commercial aviation with a goal of reducing fuel burn and thus making airliners of the future more efficient. The work focuses on four core technologies that NASA’s innovators call the four Es: environment, efficiency, electrification, and economy. “These are technologies that will build fro...
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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