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  • 22/09Xiamen Airlines has ordered 40 new Airbus A320neo-family aircraft in a $4.8 Bn deal
  • 22/09The Royal Thai Navy orders a number of Elbit Hermes 900 UAVs
  • 13/09China launched a Long March 7A rocket, successfully inserting the Zhongxing-1E satellite
  • 07/09Arianespace launched the 6.5-ton Konnect VHTS satellite for Eutelsat
  • 07/09NASA is keeping open the option for the Artemis 1 launch attempt later this month
  • 06/09Pentagon suspends F-35 deliveries over China-sourced component produced by Honeywell
  • 06/09Embraer completes flight testing for C-390 firefighting variant
  • 03/09Second Artemis 1 launch attempt scrubbed after failing to resolve a liquid hydrogen leak during fueling of the rocket
  • 01/09$3bn-plus US Air Force, Israeli KC-46A deals boost Boeing tanker
  • 01/09China Airlines orders 16 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners to replace its ageing fleet of Airbus A330s
  • 31/08Raytheon secures $972m contract for F3R-standard AMRAAMs
  • 31/08China’s continued ‘zero-Covid’ policy pushes ‘Big Three’ to record first-half losses
  • 31/08US Army grounds CH-47s citing risk of engine fire
  • 23/09 Japan set for air travel boom with 11 October reopening borders to international travel
  • 22/09Airbus expects monthly A320neo output to reach 50 by year-end
  • 22/09Xiamen Airlines has ordered 40 new Airbus A320neo-family aircraft in a $4.8 Bn deal
  • 22/09The Royal Thai Navy orders a number of Elbit Hermes 900 UAVs
  • 13/09China launched a Long March 7A rocket, successfully inserting the Zhongxing-1E satellite
  • 07/09Arianespace launched the 6.5-ton Konnect VHTS satellite for Eutelsat
  • 07/09NASA is keeping open the option for the Artemis 1 launch attempt later this month
  • 06/09Pentagon suspends F-35 deliveries over China-sourced component produced by Honeywell
  • 06/09Embraer completes flight testing for C-390 firefighting variant
  • 03/09Second Artemis 1 launch attempt scrubbed after failing to resolve a liquid hydrogen leak during fueling of the rocket
  • 01/09$3bn-plus US Air Force, Israeli KC-46A deals boost Boeing tanker
  • 01/09China Airlines orders 16 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners to replace its ageing fleet of Airbus A330s
  • 31/08Raytheon secures $972m contract for F3R-standard AMRAAMs
  • 31/08China’s continued ‘zero-Covid’ policy pushes ‘Big Three’ to record first-half losses
  • 31/08US Army grounds CH-47s citing risk of engine fire
  • 23/09 Japan set for air travel boom with 11 October reopening borders to international travel
  • 22/09Airbus expects monthly A320neo output to reach 50 by year-end
  • 22/09Xiamen Airlines has ordered 40 new Airbus A320neo-family aircraft in a $4.8 Bn deal
  • 22/09The Royal Thai Navy orders a number of Elbit Hermes 900 UAVs
  • 13/09China launched a Long March 7A rocket, successfully inserting the Zhongxing-1E satellite
  • 07/09Arianespace launched the 6.5-ton Konnect VHTS satellite for Eutelsat
  • 07/09NASA is keeping open the option for the Artemis 1 launch attempt later this month
  • 06/09Pentagon suspends F-35 deliveries over China-sourced component produced by Honeywell
  • 06/09Embraer completes flight testing for C-390 firefighting variant
  • 03/09Second Artemis 1 launch attempt scrubbed after failing to resolve a liquid hydrogen leak during fueling of the rocket
  • 01/09$3bn-plus US Air Force, Israeli KC-46A deals boost Boeing tanker
  • 01/09China Airlines orders 16 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners to replace its ageing fleet of Airbus A330s
  • 31/08Raytheon secures $972m contract for F3R-standard AMRAAMs
  • 31/08China’s continued ‘zero-Covid’ policy pushes ‘Big Three’ to record first-half losses
  • 31/08US Army grounds CH-47s citing risk of engine fire
  • 23/09 Japan set for air travel boom with 11 October reopening borders to international travel
  • 22/09Airbus expects monthly A320neo output to reach 50 by year-end
  • 22/09Xiamen Airlines has ordered 40 new Airbus A320neo-family aircraft in a $4.8 Bn deal
  • 22/09The Royal Thai Navy orders a number of Elbit Hermes 900 UAVs
  • 13/09China launched a Long March 7A rocket, successfully inserting the Zhongxing-1E satellite
  • 07/09Arianespace launched the 6.5-ton Konnect VHTS satellite for Eutelsat
  • 07/09NASA is keeping open the option for the Artemis 1 launch attempt later this month
  • 06/09Pentagon suspends F-35 deliveries over China-sourced component produced by Honeywell
  • 06/09Embraer completes flight testing for C-390 firefighting variant
  • 03/09Second Artemis 1 launch attempt scrubbed after failing to resolve a liquid hydrogen leak during fueling of the rocket
  • 01/09$3bn-plus US Air Force, Israeli KC-46A deals boost Boeing tanker
  • 01/09China Airlines orders 16 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners to replace its ageing fleet of Airbus A330s
  • 31/08Raytheon secures $972m contract for F3R-standard AMRAAMs
  • 31/08China’s continued ‘zero-Covid’ policy pushes ‘Big Three’ to record first-half losses
  • 31/08US Army grounds CH-47s citing risk of engine fire
  • 23/09 Japan set for air travel boom with 11 October reopening borders to international travel
  • 22/09Airbus expects monthly A320neo output to reach 50 by year-end
  • 22/09Xiamen Airlines has ordered 40 new Airbus A320neo-family aircraft in a $4.8 Bn deal
  • 22/09The Royal Thai Navy orders a number of Elbit Hermes 900 UAVs
  • 13/09China launched a Long March 7A rocket, successfully inserting the Zhongxing-1E satellite
  • 07/09Arianespace launched the 6.5-ton Konnect VHTS satellite for Eutelsat
  • 07/09NASA is keeping open the option for the Artemis 1 launch attempt later this month
  • 06/09Pentagon suspends F-35 deliveries over China-sourced component produced by Honeywell
  • 06/09Embraer completes flight testing for C-390 firefighting variant
  • 03/09Second Artemis 1 launch attempt scrubbed after failing to resolve a liquid hydrogen leak during fueling of the rocket
  • 01/09$3bn-plus US Air Force, Israeli KC-46A deals boost Boeing tanker
  • 01/09China Airlines orders 16 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners to replace its ageing fleet of Airbus A330s
  • 31/08Raytheon secures $972m contract for F3R-standard AMRAAMs
  • 31/08China’s continued ‘zero-Covid’ policy pushes ‘Big Three’ to record first-half losses
  • 31/08US Army grounds CH-47s citing risk of engine fire
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