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Danish F-16s clock busy first month of Baltic Air Policing operations

Royal Danish Air Force Lockheed Martin F-16AM (MLU) Fighting Falcons have been extremely busy during the first month of a three-month Baltic Air Policing deployment in Lithuania

Sheltair supports SAF initiatives

Sheltair Aviation has provided Embraer with safe storage and handling services for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) ahead of the NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition

UKCSG21 performs exercises with Singapore Defence

The UK Carrier Strike Group (UKCSG) led by flagship HMS Queen Elizabeth conducted exercises with both the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) and Navy over the weekend, and will dock in Changi, Singapore, on October 11

Sea-Tac unveils new access route

Washington State’s Seattle-Tacoma International Airport has opened a new access route at its cell phone lot, to cut queues and reconfigure parking

Astronaut health research launches

UK Space Agency-backed research aims to solve health challenges such as muscle loss and isolation stress faced by astronauts during long missions

Biak Airport cargo plans announced

Indonesian operator Angkasa Pura Airports is to develop the cargo facilities at Biak’s Frans Kaisiepo Airport in Papua

Swoop lands at Orlando

Canadian carrier Swoop has added Orlando Sanford International Airport to its list of US destinations

USAF divests last of 17 B-1Bs as it prepares for B-21

US Air Force Global Strike Command has concluded the divesture of 17 Rockwell B-1B Lancer strategic supersonic bombers as the final example departed Edwards AFB, California, for the ‘Boneyard’ at Davis-Monthan AFB in Arizona, on September 23

Canadian UAVs and 360iSR offer up joint RPAS training environment

The creation of a NATO-standard training area in the open spaces of Canada, with a direct flight corridor to the British Army Training Unit Suffield (BATUS) range, could offer militaries an air-land training environment with unmanned aerial vehicles up to Class 2 in size

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Overheating APU caused nearly US$3m of damage to USAF F-22

A new US Air Force Aircraft Accident Investigation Board Report has revealed that an overheating auxiliary power unit (APU) caused nearly US$3m of damage to an F-22A Raptor in a previously unreported incident at Nellis AFB, Nevada, on October 30, 2020