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Lithuanian Airports is determined to improve the quality of airport services, to increase their diversity as well as to apply contemporary management methods and systems in order to ensure that the airports of Vilnius, Kaunas and Palanga do not only develop and use their infrastructure effectively but also improve the quality of passenger services and expand their range.

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Aviation Climate Taskforce | October 28, 2021

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Global airline leaders, including Air Canada, Air France-KLM, American Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue, Lufthansa, Southwest Airlines Co., United Airlines, and Virgin Atlantic, together with Boston Consulting Group (BCG), announce the formation of the Aviation Climate Taskforce (ACT)–a new non-profit organization founded to accelerate breakthroughs in emerging technologies to decarbonize aviation. While aviation currently only contributes around 2-3% on av...

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LIAONING ACCELERATES THE CONSTRUCTION OF AVIATION FIRE EMERGENCY RESCUE SYSTEM

Liaoning | October 21, 2020

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At the 9th Shenyang Faku International Flight Conference, which opened on the 17th, a comprehensive exercise of aviation fire emergency rescue across water, land and air attracted the attention of visitors. "The unmanned helicopter we used in the exercise has a maximum load of 15 kilograms, a maximum speed of 150 kilometers per hour, can withstand force 7 winds, and can also realize sea flight waterproof and anti-salinization. Its own helicopter fuselage and propeller design for airflow can...

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DASSAULT AVIATION SELECTS GE AVIATION FOR ELECTRICAL POWER DISTRIBUTION & CONTROL ON THE FALCON10X

Dassault Aviation | August 02, 2021

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Dassault Aviation has selected GE Aviation to provide the Primary and solid state Secondary Electrical Power Distribution and Control System for the recently launched Dassault Falcon 10X aircraft. “The Primary and Secondary Power Distribution System on the Falcon 10X system is a next generation design providing significant weight savings over conventional architecture with equipment reduction,” said Brad Mottier, president of Systems for GE Aviation. The...

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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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AVIATION TECHNOLOGY

AVIATION LEADERS TO TACKLE CO2 EMISSION CHALLENGE

Aviation Climate Taskforce | October 28, 2021

Global airline leaders, including Air Canada, Air France-KLM, American Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue, Lufthansa, Southwest Airlines Co., United Airlines, and Virgin Atlantic, together with Boston Consulting Group (BCG), announce the formation of the Aviation Climate Taskforce (ACT)–a new non-profit organization founded to accelerate breakthroughs in emerging technologies to decarbonize aviation. While aviation currently only contributes around 2-3% on av...

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LIAONING ACCELERATES THE CONSTRUCTION OF AVIATION FIRE EMERGENCY RESCUE SYSTEM

Liaoning | October 21, 2020

At the 9th Shenyang Faku International Flight Conference, which opened on the 17th, a comprehensive exercise of aviation fire emergency rescue across water, land and air attracted the attention of visitors. "The unmanned helicopter we used in the exercise has a maximum load of 15 kilograms, a maximum speed of 150 kilometers per hour, can withstand force 7 winds, and can also realize sea flight waterproof and anti-salinization. Its own helicopter fuselage and propeller design for airflow can...

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AIR TRANSPORT

DASSAULT AVIATION SELECTS GE AVIATION FOR ELECTRICAL POWER DISTRIBUTION & CONTROL ON THE FALCON10X

Dassault Aviation | August 02, 2021

Dassault Aviation has selected GE Aviation to provide the Primary and solid state Secondary Electrical Power Distribution and Control System for the recently launched Dassault Falcon 10X aircraft. “The Primary and Secondary Power Distribution System on the Falcon 10X system is a next generation design providing significant weight savings over conventional architecture with equipment reduction,” said Brad Mottier, president of Systems for GE Aviation. The...

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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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