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Simple Flying | January 13, 2020
Delta Air Lines has announced that it will spend $100,000 to offset the CO2 emissions from its CES 2020 flights. CEO Ed Bastian used his keynote address at the event to announce that the company would be offsetting its flights to and from Las Vegas for the week beginning 6th January 2020. Bastian informed the keynote that Delta would be investing $100,000 with The International Small Group & Tree Planting Program (TIST), a nonprofit that works with subsistence farmers in countries such as Ke...
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...
CDB Aviation | May 30, 2022
CDB Aviation, a wholly owned Irish subsidiary of China Development Bank Financial Leasing Co., Limited announced the signing of new lease agreements with Aerovías del Continente Americano S.A. Avianca for two Airbus A330-300 Passenger to Freighter and one A320neo aircraft.
The new agreements bring the total of CDB Aviation aircraft on lease to Colombia’s flag carrier to 8. In addition to the newly leased aircraft, the carrier is expected to take delivery of an additio...
Boeing | June 29, 2020
The Federal Aviation Administration began recertification flights of the Boeing 737 Max on Monday, a key step toward permitting the planes to return to service after two fatal crashes more than a year ago.
The 737 Max, Boeing’s bestseller, has been grounded worldwide since March 2019 after the crashes — one in Indonesia and another in Ethiopia — within five months of one another. All 346 people on the flights were killed in the crashes. Boeing has since changed a flight-...
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