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Rachel Urbanski has been appointed to the position where she is set to handle media related enquiries
New pilot, cabin crew and service personnel opportunities are set to be created over the next 5 years as a result
The installation of the infrastructure is a significant milestone in achieving the two companies' shared vision for a sustainable industry
This marks the end of 16 years of continuous runway construction to pave the way for future terminal development
The airline will partner with Airbus to discover how these aircraft could help the carrier reach its net zero emissions target by 2050
The proposed unmanned loyal wingman platform being developed for the UK’s Royal Air Force could be similar in size to the future manned Tempest fighter
The hub has partnered with Develop Consulting to help create a seamless and stress-free journey
Demand for the lounge has increased continually has operations at Hamad International recover from Covid-19
Climate change has come to the military. The international drive to reduce the world’s carbon footprint has inevitably meant that air forces are having to explore ways to reduce their dependency on liquid aviation fuel, which is derived from fossil fuel resources.
The increase in air travel as people get back to their lives and livelihoods will require SARS-CoV-2 testing for the safety of passengers, air travel employees, and countries. Travel restrictions and testing requirements around the world change regularly and without prior notice. Safety plans are fluid and testing should be adaptable to what tomorrow may bring.
The UK’s Strategic Command will maintain operational control over the Skynet 5 space-based surveillance system through the lifetime of the programme, despite earlier reports that it would cede day-to-day use to the newly created UK Space Command