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Stratolaunch | May 27, 2022
Stratolaunch is excited to announce the public debut of its structurally complete Talon-A test vehicle, TA-0, in this week's issue of Aviation Week & Space Technology. This first Talon-A vehicle will be used to test and validate Roc's release system and characterize the separation dynamics of the Talon vehicle. In addition to the first view of the vehicle by itself, the article also includes recent photos of the first mating of TA-0 to Roc's pylon located on the center wing.
ATP | November 04, 2020
ATP, a leading provider of aviation software solutions and information services, is excited to announce the launch of a new integration between Flightdocs and the Aviation Hub. The integration gives users the ability to access their library of OEM technical publications and regulatory content from directly within the Flightdocs maintenance tracking platform.
"When Flightdocs became part of the ATP family, one of the first things we wanted to do was create powerful integrations betwee...
Enterprise Holdings, Inc. | December 03, 2021
British Airways will become the first airline in the world to use sustainable aviation fuel produced in the UK after signing a multi-year agreement with Phillips 66 Limited.
The SAF will be produced at scale for the first time in the UK at the Phillips 66 Humber Refinery near Immingham and will be supplied to British Airways to power a number of its flights from early 2022.
The supply agreement between British Airways and Phillips 66 Limited, a wholly owned subsidia...
Boeing | October 08, 2020
Alaska Airlines may be preparing to open their checkbook and order more Boeing 737 MAXs. The North American airline already has 32 MAXs on order. The size of any new order is unknown, and the deal remains in the negotiating stage, but any new 737 MAX order would be a welcome boost for Boeing and its beleaguered MAX program....
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