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  • 17/07NATO leaders extend Article 5 mutual defence clause to space domain
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  • 08/07More than 70 airlines trialling IATA Travel Health Pass
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  • 05/07South Korea conducts SLBM 500 km-range Hyeonmu-2B test from underwater barge
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  • 02/07Germany signs on for 5 Boeing P-8A Poseidon Maritim Patrol aircraft
  • 01/07Israel has stood up a 3rd unit to field the Lockheed Martin F-35I ‘Adir' fighter
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  • 21/07Russian Proton-M rocket launched the Nauka module for the ISS, but that module reportedly suffered technical problems after reaching orbit
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  • 01/07Israel has stood up a 3rd unit to field the Lockheed Martin F-35I ‘Adir' fighter
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  • 21/07Russian Proton-M rocket launched the Nauka module for the ISS, but that module reportedly suffered technical problems after reaching orbit
  • 20/07Blue Origin performed its 1st crewed New Shepard launch, sending company founder Jeff Bezos and 3 other people on a 107 km suborbital flight
  • 17/07NATO leaders extend Article 5 mutual defence clause to space domain
  • 12/07Canada’s Porter Airlines has ordered 30 Embraer 195-E2s and taken options to acquire a further 50
  • 11/07Richard Branson flies to edge of space on SpaceShipTwo
  • 10/07Greek carrier Sky Express has ordered 6 ATR 72-600s
  • 09/07Volocopter turns to CAE for eVTOL pilot training
  • 08/07More than 70 airlines trialling IATA Travel Health Pass
  • 06/07China conducts 3rd orbital launch inside 4 days. A Long March 3C lifted off from the Xichang Center, sending the Tianlian-1 (05) satellite into orbit
  • 05/07South Korea conducts SLBM 500 km-range Hyeonmu-2B test from underwater barge
  • 04/0752 people were killed when a Philippine Air Force C-130H Hercules carrying 96 military personnel crashed in the province of Sulu
  • 02/07Germany signs on for 5 Boeing P-8A Poseidon Maritim Patrol aircraft
  • 01/07Israel has stood up a 3rd unit to field the Lockheed Martin F-35I ‘Adir' fighter
  • 24/07NASA has selected SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy to launch its Europa Clipper mission to a potentially habitable moon of Jupiter
  • 22/07UK EasyJet is planning to operate up to 60% of its pre-pandemic capacity at the end of 2021
  • 21/07Russian Proton-M rocket launched the Nauka module for the ISS, but that module reportedly suffered technical problems after reaching orbit
  • 20/07Blue Origin performed its 1st crewed New Shepard launch, sending company founder Jeff Bezos and 3 other people on a 107 km suborbital flight
  • 17/07NATO leaders extend Article 5 mutual defence clause to space domain
  • 12/07Canada’s Porter Airlines has ordered 30 Embraer 195-E2s and taken options to acquire a further 50
  • 11/07Richard Branson flies to edge of space on SpaceShipTwo
  • 10/07Greek carrier Sky Express has ordered 6 ATR 72-600s
  • 09/07Volocopter turns to CAE for eVTOL pilot training
  • 08/07More than 70 airlines trialling IATA Travel Health Pass
  • 06/07China conducts 3rd orbital launch inside 4 days. A Long March 3C lifted off from the Xichang Center, sending the Tianlian-1 (05) satellite into orbit
  • 05/07South Korea conducts SLBM 500 km-range Hyeonmu-2B test from underwater barge
  • 04/0752 people were killed when a Philippine Air Force C-130H Hercules carrying 96 military personnel crashed in the province of Sulu
  • 02/07Germany signs on for 5 Boeing P-8A Poseidon Maritim Patrol aircraft
  • 01/07Israel has stood up a 3rd unit to field the Lockheed Martin F-35I ‘Adir' fighter
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Airbus in Germany

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More than 17,000 people work for Airbus in Germany. The company’s four German sites in Hamburg, Bremen, Stade and Buxtehude are all located in the North of Germany and have at a rich history... [Read more]
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Airbus in Stade - Site Tour
Published by Airbus
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2094 9
Jun 2016
Airbus ReTrolley
Published by Airbus
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2089 10
Jun 2016
Airbus’ new approach for faster and easier cabin definition
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1621 9
Jun 2016
With the A350 XWB Airbus did not only introduce new technologies and materials, it also followed...
A320 Family Equipment & System Installation
Published by Airbus
PRODUCTS
1706 10
Jun 2016
All facts and figures concerning the A320 Family line. Learn more about the 320 Family by...
A320 Family Final Assembly Line in Hamburg
Published by Airbus
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2912 11
Jun 2016
All facts and figures concerning the A320 Family line. Learn more about the 320 Family by...
"Third arm" Exoskeleton Prototyp
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1777 8
Jun 2016
The “3 rd  Arm” exoskeleton is a functional prototype which is designed to...
VTP Direct Printing Process
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1721 11
Jun 2016
Engineers from Airbus’ A320 Family paint shop, in co-operation with the R&T department in...
Fabrice Brégier, Airbus
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1866 8
Jun 2016
Tom Williams, Airbus
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2197 5
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John Leahy, Airbus
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1808 9
Jun 2016
Marc Fontaine, Airbus Group
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1916 6
Jun 2016
Didier Evrard, Airbus
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2116 6
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Charles Champion, Airbus
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2208 5
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Kai Arndt, Airbus
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3102 3
Jun 2016
Ian Burns, Oracle Team USA
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Gregor Dirks, Airbus
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Alexander Katzung, Airbus
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2917 4
Jun 2016
Didier Lux, Airbus
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2471 3
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Ralph Maurer, Airbus
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Kiran Rao, Airbus
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Klaus Roewe, Airbus
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