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The initiative will aid future research, with electric commercial flights expected to commence within the next five years
The new technology allows visitors to seamlessly travel through Gates 31 and 32 at the site
The ABTA and AOA have urged the government to look into the testing fee as it could potentially be harmful for the recovery of aviation
The carrier is currently expanding its presence within the Bay Area, with more routes set to commence in June from San Francisco
The company will be responsible for the design, supply, testing, commissioning and maintenance of the solution situated at the Malaysian facility
Flights to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee will begin shortly, resuming connectivity to the English capital
Entry Point North has awarded ROSE Simulation GmbH a contract to deliver software for the simulators which are used in Air Traffic Controller training.
The company hopes to implement environmental infrastructures at the hubs, with a focus on post-pandemic recovery
The study also found that over 40% said they would book international travel within six weeks of restrictions lifting
Through the Airport Improvement Program, nearly 400 facilities will receive financial aid
The move is expected to create almost 90 jobs and will help connect the city with leisure destinations
ERA announced that it had been awarded a contract to deliver an ADS-B system monitoring air traffic over the Kingdom of Bhutan.