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  • 10/04$1 Bn contract for L3 to deliver 4 aircraft for Electronic Warfare to Australia with next-generation capability
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  • 04/04Adria Airways order for 15 Sukhoi Superjet 100 collapses
  • 04/04Nigeria's Air Peace orders up to 30 Embraer E195-E2s
  • 04/04Ethiopian 737 MAX pilots followed safety procedures but couldn't recover, first report says
  • 03/04The German parliament approved the delivery to Egypt of 6 frigates worth 2.3 Bn euros
  • 02/04US State Department clears $2.6 Bn sale of 24 Sikorsky MH-60 helicopters to India
  • 02/04NASA warns Indian anti-satellite test increased debris risk to ISS
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  • 17/04A Northrop Grumman Antares rocket sends a Cygnus cargo spacecraft to the ISS
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  • 10/04$1 Bn contract for L3 to deliver 4 aircraft for Electronic Warfare to Australia with next-generation capability
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  • 05/04Boeing is cutting production of its grounded 737 MAX airliner from 52 to 42 planes per month, following deadly crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia
  • 04/04Brazilian Air Force contracts Collins Aerospace at LAAD for KC-390 sustainment
  • 04/04Arianespace completed SES'S 1st-generation 03b constellation with a Soyuz launch from French Guiana
  • 04/04Adria Airways order for 15 Sukhoi Superjet 100 collapses
  • 04/04Nigeria's Air Peace orders up to 30 Embraer E195-E2s
  • 04/04Ethiopian 737 MAX pilots followed safety procedures but couldn't recover, first report says
  • 03/04The German parliament approved the delivery to Egypt of 6 frigates worth 2.3 Bn euros
  • 02/04US State Department clears $2.6 Bn sale of 24 Sikorsky MH-60 helicopters to India
  • 02/04NASA warns Indian anti-satellite test increased debris risk to ISS
  • 19/04Boeing completes testing of 737 MAX software upgrade
  • 17/04A Northrop Grumman Antares rocket sends a Cygnus cargo spacecraft to the ISS
  • 16/04Iraqi F-16s join coalition air strike against Daesh for first time
  • 11/04Falcon Heavy sends 1st commercial satellite into orbit: the Arabsat-6A for communications
  • 10/04$1 Bn contract for L3 to deliver 4 aircraft for Electronic Warfare to Australia with next-generation capability
  • 08/04Greece mulls F-35 acquisition to replace oldest F-16 fighters
  • 05/04Boeing is cutting production of its grounded 737 MAX airliner from 52 to 42 planes per month, following deadly crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia
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  • 04/04Arianespace completed SES'S 1st-generation 03b constellation with a Soyuz launch from French Guiana
  • 04/04Adria Airways order for 15 Sukhoi Superjet 100 collapses
  • 04/04Nigeria's Air Peace orders up to 30 Embraer E195-E2s
  • 04/04Ethiopian 737 MAX pilots followed safety procedures but couldn't recover, first report says
  • 03/04The German parliament approved the delivery to Egypt of 6 frigates worth 2.3 Bn euros
  • 02/04US State Department clears $2.6 Bn sale of 24 Sikorsky MH-60 helicopters to India
  • 02/04NASA warns Indian anti-satellite test increased debris risk to ISS
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ASDS MEDIA is an agency specialised in Aeronautics and Space, Defence and Security. It regroups information and communications experts, working towardthe development of innovative concepts serving these areas of activity.

ASDS MEDIA develops its activities from apermanent internet platform, specially created to allow the Media to download for free on one and only platform, the videos and photos and all other editorial content.

The MediaBank ASDS MEDIA (www.asds-media.com) is a permanent service dedicated to the Press, as well as companies and institutions.

ASDS MEDIA is a revolution in the world of information and communications with its new concept of free diffusion of HD video images and all types of data (photos, computer graphics…), intended for TV channels and other media.

ASDS MEDIA offers a variety of different complementary services allowing the production and the enhancing of information content.

ASDS MEDIA is today an international specialised information agency. Over 6,500 journalists with more than 1,800 TV-channels in 155 countries are referenced on the MediaBank ASDS MEDIA.
 

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ASDS MEDIA est une agence d'information spécialisée dans l’Aéronautique et le Spatial, la Défense et la Sécurité. Elle regroupe des experts de l’information et de la communication pour développer des concepts innovants au service de ces secteurs d’activité.

ASDS MEDIA développe ses activités à partir d'une plateforme internet permanente, créée spécialement pour permettre aux médias de télécharger gratuitement sur une seule et unique plateforme, les vidéos, photos et tous les autres contenus éditoriaux.

La MediaBank ASDS MEDIA (www.asds-media.com) est un service permanent dédié à la Presse, également ouvert aux entreprises et aux institutionnels.

ASDS MEDIA constitue une révolution dans le monde de l’information et de la communication grâce à son nouveau concept de diffusion gratuite des images vidéo HD mais aussi de tous types de données (photos, infographies, etc) destinées aux télévisions et aux médias.

ASDS MEDIA propose un certain nombre de services complémentaires permettant de produire et de valoriser des contenus d'information. 

ASDS MEDIA est aujourd'hui une agence d'information spécialisée indépendante en plein essor à l'international. Plus de 6.500 journalistes dont plus de 1.800 chaînes de télévision, dans 155 pays sont référencés sur la MediaBank ASDS MEDIA.