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Viasat, Inc. | May 13, 2022

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Viasat, Inc. a global communications company, announced Southwest Airlines Co. selected the Company's next generation Ka-band satellite in-flight connectivity system to be factory-installed on all new aircraft deliveries, starting this fall. By selecting Viasat's industry-leading solution for its new aircraft, Southwest Airlines will provide customers enhanced internet capabilities while onboard, including the ability to stream content and entertainment, watch live televis...

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Smiths Detection | October 17, 2022

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Smiths Detection, a global leader in threat detection and screening technology, and Pangiam, Computer Vision and Artificial Intelligence (AI) specialists, today announce a collaboration to accelerate the development and adoption of open architecture (OA) in aviation security. OA allows hardware, software and algorithms from different product suppliers to be plugged together, enabling technology to be managed centrally so customers can achieve operational efficiencies, improved safety outcomes an...

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Boeing | August 01, 2022

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Boeing will strengthen its partnership with Japan by opening a new Boeing Research and Technology center. The facility will focus on sustainability and support a newly expanded cooperation agreement with Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. Boeing and METI have agreed to broaden their 2019 Cooperation Agreement to now include a focus on sustainable aviation fuels electric and hydrogen powertrain technologies, and future flight concepts that will promote zero climat...

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ch-aviation | March 05, 2020

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American Airlines announced on February 28 that it will invest USD550 million at its base maintenance facility at Tulsa Int'l. This is the most significant investment ever made at a maintenance location in the carrier’s history and will take seven years to complete. Already the world’s largest commercial aircraft maintenance facility, the new project includes the construction of a new widebody-capable hangar and base support building. The new 18,000sqm hangar will be able to hold...

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BUSINESS AVIATION

SOUTHWEST AIRLINES CHOOSES VIASAT'S HIGH-SPEED IN-FLIGHT CONNECTIVITY FOR NEW AIRCRAFT DELIVERIES

Viasat, Inc. | May 13, 2022

Viasat, Inc. a global communications company, announced Southwest Airlines Co. selected the Company's next generation Ka-band satellite in-flight connectivity system to be factory-installed on all new aircraft deliveries, starting this fall. By selecting Viasat's industry-leading solution for its new aircraft, Southwest Airlines will provide customers enhanced internet capabilities while onboard, including the ability to stream content and entertainment, watch live televis...

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AVIATION TECHNOLOGY

SMITHS DETECTION AND PANGIAM COLLABORATE TO PROPEL OPEN ARCHITECTURE IN AVIATION INDUSTRY

Smiths Detection | October 17, 2022

Smiths Detection, a global leader in threat detection and screening technology, and Pangiam, Computer Vision and Artificial Intelligence (AI) specialists, today announce a collaboration to accelerate the development and adoption of open architecture (OA) in aviation security. OA allows hardware, software and algorithms from different product suppliers to be plugged together, enabling technology to be managed centrally so customers can achieve operational efficiencies, improved safety outcomes an...

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DEFENSE AND SPACE

BOEING TO OPEN JAPAN RESEARCH CENTER AND EXPAND SUSTAINABILITY PARTNERSHIPS

Boeing | August 01, 2022

Boeing will strengthen its partnership with Japan by opening a new Boeing Research and Technology center. The facility will focus on sustainability and support a newly expanded cooperation agreement with Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. Boeing and METI have agreed to broaden their 2019 Cooperation Agreement to now include a focus on sustainable aviation fuels electric and hydrogen powertrain technologies, and future flight concepts that will promote zero climat...

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AMERICAN AIRLINES TO INVEST $550MN IN TULSA MRO BASE

ch-aviation | March 05, 2020

American Airlines announced on February 28 that it will invest USD550 million at its base maintenance facility at Tulsa Int'l. This is the most significant investment ever made at a maintenance location in the carrier’s history and will take seven years to complete. Already the world’s largest commercial aircraft maintenance facility, the new project includes the construction of a new widebody-capable hangar and base support building. The new 18,000sqm hangar will be able to hold...

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