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Dassault Aviation and Capgemini | June 29, 2022
Dassault Aviation and Capgemini have announced the successful deployment and commissioning of a new software foundation leveraging SAP solutions at all of the aircraft manufacturer's French industrial sites. This project is part of the "Piloting our Future" program, Dassault Aviation's transformation plan launched five years ago, aimed at modernizing infrastructures and processes and improving the Group's competitiveness. It represents the achievement of the first major pha...
SpaceLink | February 18, 2022
SpaceLink, a company that is building the communications superhighway for the growing space economy, announced it has named Axiom Space as its Implementation Partner for demonstration of its end-to-end communications relay service on the International Space Station. SpaceLink completed an agreement with the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS), manager of the International Space Station (ISS) National Laboratory, last year, and signed its subcontract with Axiom last week, makin...
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...
Boeing | July 17, 2020
British Airways, currently the largest operator of the Boeing 747, said it would retire its entire fleet of the iconic aircraft earlier than expected due to the coronavirus downturn. The airline, owned by International Consolidated Airlines Group, had originally planned to phase out the jumbo jet by 2024. But travel restrictions due to Covid-19 led the company to take action now.
“It is with great sadness that we can confirm we are proposing to retire our entire 747 fleet with immed...
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