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  • 04/06South Korea to cut $245 million from Defence budget over coronavirus
  • 03/06Trump administration plans to block Chinese airlines flying into US fron 16th June
  • 02/06Northrop Grumman will provide Next-Generation Missile Warning satellites for US Space Force
  • 02/06Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah to resume transit flights
  • 31/05Crew Dragon spacecraft docked with the International Space Station
  • 30/05The 1st crewed orbital launch from the US since 2011, took place from Cap Kennedy, placing a SpaceX Crew Dragon with 2 NASA astronauts into orbit
  • 29/05A SpaceX Starship prototype was destroyed after static-fire test at Boca Chica, Texas
  • 29/05US approves $1.2Bn Patriot PAC-3 missile package for Kuwait
  • 28/05Boeing resumes 737 MAX production and announces first 6,700 layoffs
  • 25/05Bombardier plant in Belfast heavily damaged by fire
  • 22/05A Soyuz-2.1b rocket with Russian military satellite takes off from Plesetsk cosmodrome
  • 22/05An Airbus A320 of the Pakistan Airlines crashed in Karachi with 99 passengers and 8 crew members
  • 21/05 The Airbus A220 production ramp up paused in Mirabel, Quebec and will not resume until the middle of 2021
  • 20/05Air France announces the immediate end of its operations with the Airbus A380 in the context of the current Covid-19 crisis
  • 20/05Rolls-Royce to cut 9,000 jobs in post-Covid reorganization
  • 04/06South Korea to cut $245 million from Defence budget over coronavirus
  • 03/06Trump administration plans to block Chinese airlines flying into US fron 16th June
  • 02/06Northrop Grumman will provide Next-Generation Missile Warning satellites for US Space Force
  • 02/06Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah to resume transit flights
  • 31/05Crew Dragon spacecraft docked with the International Space Station
  • 30/05The 1st crewed orbital launch from the US since 2011, took place from Cap Kennedy, placing a SpaceX Crew Dragon with 2 NASA astronauts into orbit
  • 29/05A SpaceX Starship prototype was destroyed after static-fire test at Boca Chica, Texas
  • 29/05US approves $1.2Bn Patriot PAC-3 missile package for Kuwait
  • 28/05Boeing resumes 737 MAX production and announces first 6,700 layoffs
  • 25/05Bombardier plant in Belfast heavily damaged by fire
  • 22/05A Soyuz-2.1b rocket with Russian military satellite takes off from Plesetsk cosmodrome
  • 22/05An Airbus A320 of the Pakistan Airlines crashed in Karachi with 99 passengers and 8 crew members
  • 21/05 The Airbus A220 production ramp up paused in Mirabel, Quebec and will not resume until the middle of 2021
  • 20/05Air France announces the immediate end of its operations with the Airbus A380 in the context of the current Covid-19 crisis
  • 20/05Rolls-Royce to cut 9,000 jobs in post-Covid reorganization
  • 04/06South Korea to cut $245 million from Defence budget over coronavirus
  • 03/06Trump administration plans to block Chinese airlines flying into US fron 16th June
  • 02/06Northrop Grumman will provide Next-Generation Missile Warning satellites for US Space Force
  • 02/06Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah to resume transit flights
  • 31/05Crew Dragon spacecraft docked with the International Space Station
  • 30/05The 1st crewed orbital launch from the US since 2011, took place from Cap Kennedy, placing a SpaceX Crew Dragon with 2 NASA astronauts into orbit
  • 29/05A SpaceX Starship prototype was destroyed after static-fire test at Boca Chica, Texas
  • 29/05US approves $1.2Bn Patriot PAC-3 missile package for Kuwait
  • 28/05Boeing resumes 737 MAX production and announces first 6,700 layoffs
  • 25/05Bombardier plant in Belfast heavily damaged by fire
  • 22/05A Soyuz-2.1b rocket with Russian military satellite takes off from Plesetsk cosmodrome
  • 22/05An Airbus A320 of the Pakistan Airlines crashed in Karachi with 99 passengers and 8 crew members
  • 21/05 The Airbus A220 production ramp up paused in Mirabel, Quebec and will not resume until the middle of 2021
  • 20/05Air France announces the immediate end of its operations with the Airbus A380 in the context of the current Covid-19 crisis
  • 20/05Rolls-Royce to cut 9,000 jobs in post-Covid reorganization
  • 04/06South Korea to cut $245 million from Defence budget over coronavirus
  • 03/06Trump administration plans to block Chinese airlines flying into US fron 16th June
  • 02/06Northrop Grumman will provide Next-Generation Missile Warning satellites for US Space Force
  • 02/06Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah to resume transit flights
  • 31/05Crew Dragon spacecraft docked with the International Space Station
  • 30/05The 1st crewed orbital launch from the US since 2011, took place from Cap Kennedy, placing a SpaceX Crew Dragon with 2 NASA astronauts into orbit
  • 29/05A SpaceX Starship prototype was destroyed after static-fire test at Boca Chica, Texas
  • 29/05US approves $1.2Bn Patriot PAC-3 missile package for Kuwait
  • 28/05Boeing resumes 737 MAX production and announces first 6,700 layoffs
  • 25/05Bombardier plant in Belfast heavily damaged by fire
  • 22/05A Soyuz-2.1b rocket with Russian military satellite takes off from Plesetsk cosmodrome
  • 22/05An Airbus A320 of the Pakistan Airlines crashed in Karachi with 99 passengers and 8 crew members
  • 21/05 The Airbus A220 production ramp up paused in Mirabel, Quebec and will not resume until the middle of 2021
  • 20/05Air France announces the immediate end of its operations with the Airbus A380 in the context of the current Covid-19 crisis
  • 20/05Rolls-Royce to cut 9,000 jobs in post-Covid reorganization
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