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Air France and KLM in Heathrow move

Air France and KLM have begun operating flights from London Heathrow’s Terminal 3, following their temporary relocation to T2

Delta orders 30 additional Airbus A321Neos

The American carrier plans to add the latest additions to its domestic fleet

Sydney to reopen Louis Vuitton store

Sydney Airport has revealed plans to open its newly renovated Louis Vuitton store in 2022

Eastern Airways resumes Aberdeen-Newcastle route

Regional airline Eastern Airways has resumed its service from Aberdeen to Newcastle as pandemic restrictions ease

Ampaire begins electric aircraft trials

US tech firm Ampaire, a specialist in hybrid electric aircraft, launches demonstration flights between Exeter and Newquay airports this week

Russia orders first batch of modernised Ka-52Ms

Russian Helicopters has been contracted to supply the first batch of upgraded serial production Kamov Ka-52M 'Alligator' attack helicopters to the Russian MOD, with deliveries expected to begin in 2022

Gatwick unveils Northern Runway plans

Bringing its existing Northern Runway into routine use will create more than 18,000 jobs and secure the airport’s future, says the London hub

Ravn Alaska is back in business: here’s how

In November 2020, eight months after entering Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Ravn Alaska took to the skies again. CEO Rob McKinney spoke to Paul E Eden about the airline’s remarkable recovery and ambitious plans

LVNL switches entirely to satellite navigation

Virtual navigation points via satellite are the new norm for LVNL air traffic control.

ANRA Launches SmartSkies SORA Risk Assessment Tool

SmartSkies SORA, enables pilots to perform a risk assessment for
operations per EASAregulations.

CAE, Seeing Machines to upgrade Australian Hawk simulators

CAE Australia has been awarded a contract by Australia’s Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group. It was announced on August 24, that CAE Australia are to support the upgrade of the Royal Australian Air Force’s (RAAF) three full-mission Hawk Mk127 simulators with the eye tracking training system developed by Seeing Machines.

US Navy acquires MX-20 EO/IR sensors for Poseidon

L3Harris Technologies announced on August 17 that the US Navy has selected the company’s electro-optical/infra-red (EO/IR) airborne systems for its P-8A Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft, with deliveries set to be completed by the end of 2022

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