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  • 15/05India halts Ka-31 helicopter deal with Russia
  • 10/05Airbus plans to build a new A320 final assembly facility in Mobile, Alabama
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  • 20/04India launches its 6th Kalvari-class submarine with Scorpene French design
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  • 09/05Lufthansa orders seven Boeing 777-8Fs and brings in seven more 787s to offset 777-9 delay
  • 07/05Chinese Deep Blue Aerospace completes kilometer-level Nebula M1 rocket launch and vertical landing test
  • 04/05A Long March 2D rocket launched 8 Jilin-1 remote sensing satellites providing 0.50-meter resolution images
  • 02/05Australia’s Qantas Group has confirmed that it will order 12 A350-1000s, 20 A220s and 20 A321XLRs
  • 29/04A Long March 2C Chinese rocket sent a pair of optical remote sensing satellites into orbit
  • 28/04Boeing unveils first T-7A Red Hawk Advanced trainer jet to be delivered to the U.S. Air Force
  • 27/04Four American and European astronauts are on their way to the ISS after their launch on a Crew Dragon spacecraft
  • 21/04The Republic of Angola has placed a firm order for 3 Airbus C295s
  • 20/04India launches its 6th Kalvari-class submarine with Scorpene French design
  • 19/04Russia test-launches its new Sarmat ICBM missile
  • 14/04The Russian cruiser Moskva sinks in the Black Sea following an explosion caused by a Neptune antiship missile strike
  • 16/05Turkey’s leader opposes letting Finland, Sweden join NATO
  • 15/05India halts Ka-31 helicopter deal with Russia
  • 10/05Airbus plans to build a new A320 final assembly facility in Mobile, Alabama
  • 09/05Tianzhou-4 cargo craft docks with the Tianhe Chinese space station
  • 09/05Lufthansa orders seven Boeing 777-8Fs and brings in seven more 787s to offset 777-9 delay
  • 07/05Chinese Deep Blue Aerospace completes kilometer-level Nebula M1 rocket launch and vertical landing test
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  • 27/04Four American and European astronauts are on their way to the ISS after their launch on a Crew Dragon spacecraft
  • 21/04The Republic of Angola has placed a firm order for 3 Airbus C295s
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  • 14/04The Russian cruiser Moskva sinks in the Black Sea following an explosion caused by a Neptune antiship missile strike
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