MAIS - Mozambican Airlines

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MAIS – MOZAMBIQUE AIR SERVICES S.A. is a Mozambican airline based in Nacala. The company was established in July 2013 with plans to start its operations in the first quarter of 2015. MAIS mission is to connect by air various points of the country, carrying passengers, cargo and mail in a regular scheduled operation in the domestic and regional market always ensuring the best quality of service to our customers, partners and suppliers.

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HERMEUS TO BUILD WORLD'S FASTEST AIRCRAFT WITH NEWLY ACQUIRED VELO3D SAPPHIRE PRINTERS

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Velo3D, Inc., a leading metal additive manufacturing technology company for mission-critical parts, today announced Hermeus, a company developing hypersonic aircraft for defense and commercial applications, has acquired an original Sapphire and a large-format Sapphire XC that is designed for high-volume production. The printers, both of which will be calibrated for Inconel 718, will be used to build parts for Hermeus’ Chimera engine and Quarterhorse aircraft. “Metal additive manufact...

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