Kaman Aerospace Corporation

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At Kaman Aerospace, a subsidiary of Kaman Corporation, we produce and market aircraft bearings and components, metallic and composite aerostructures, and safe and arm solutions for missile and bomb systems. We also manufacture SH-2G Super Seasprite maritime helicopters and K-MAX aerial truck helicopters.

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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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DELTA AIR LINES EXPANDS FACIAL RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGY AT DETROIT METROPOLITAN WAYNE COUNTY AIRPORT

Delta Air Lines | February 11, 2021

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Delta Air Lines is growing its facial recognition technology to domestic flights at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, as per Fox News. Delta previously introduced the technology in 2018 at its base camp at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Detroit is one of its hubs, acquired when Delta bought Northwest Airlines in 2008. Facial recognition isn't required nor for everybody. Given in association the Transportation Security Administration (...

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Bamboo | September 29, 2020

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Vietnam’s Bamboo Airways has begun flight operations with its Embraer E195 aircraft. The aircraft are being wet-leased from Denmark’s Great Dane Airlines. However, they do wear Bamboo Airways’ livery. Since its launch last year, Bamboo Airways has been making waves within the Vietnamese aviation industry. Before the current situation, the airline has been building up its domestic network. Earlier this year, the planned launch of European flights was forced to be delayed ...

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SkyThread | October 08, 2021

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SkyThread announced a cooperative partnership with SAE International, a Pennsylvania-based global organization serving the mobility sector, predominantly in the aerospace, automotive, and commercial vehicle industries, fostering safety and innovation through industry collaboration. As part of the partnership with SAE, SkyThread will launch new initiatives and services aimed at improving safety and reliability while also unlocking billions of dollars per year in currently unrealize...

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WestJet | September 28, 2020

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WESTJET INCREDIBLY EXCITED TO WELCOME BACK THE 737 MAX

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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Delta Air Lines | February 11, 2021

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DELTA AIR LINES EXPANDS FACIAL RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGY AT DETROIT METROPOLITAN WAYNE COUNTY AIRPORT

Delta Air Lines is growing its facial recognition technology to domestic flights at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, as per Fox News. Delta previously introduced the technology in 2018 at its base camp at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Detroit is one of its hubs, acquired when Delta bought Northwest Airlines in 2008. Facial recognition isn't required nor for everybody. Given in association the Transportation Security Administration (...

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Bamboo | September 29, 2020

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BAMBOO AIRWAYS BEGINS EMBRAER E195 OPERATIONS

Vietnam’s Bamboo Airways has begun flight operations with its Embraer E195 aircraft. The aircraft are being wet-leased from Denmark’s Great Dane Airlines. However, they do wear Bamboo Airways’ livery. Since its launch last year, Bamboo Airways has been making waves within the Vietnamese aviation industry. Before the current situation, the airline has been building up its domestic network. Earlier this year, the planned launch of European flights was forced to be delayed ...

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SkyThread | October 08, 2021

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SKYTHREAD PARTNERS WITH SAE INTERNATIONAL TO SHAPE GLOBAL AVIATION INDUSTRY'S DIGITAL FUTURE

SkyThread announced a cooperative partnership with SAE International, a Pennsylvania-based global organization serving the mobility sector, predominantly in the aerospace, automotive, and commercial vehicle industries, fostering safety and innovation through industry collaboration. As part of the partnership with SAE, SkyThread will launch new initiatives and services aimed at improving safety and reliability while also unlocking billions of dollars per year in currently unrealize...

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