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  • 07/04SpaceX continued the rollout of its Starlink broadband constellation with another launch of 60 satellites
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  • 31/03A Long March 4C Chinese rocket launched the Gaofen-12 satellite, marking latest in a line of high resolution observation satellites
  • 31/03The UK RAF has retired its fleet of Raytheon Sentinel R1 Airborne Stand-Off Radar (ASTOR) wide-area ground-surveillance aircraft
  • 30/03Aerion unveils its hypersonic AS3 allowing flights between Los Angeles and Tokyo to take less than 3 hours
  • 30/03Japan and Indonesia signed a pact allowing the transfer of Japanese defence equipment and technology to Jakarta
  • 29/03Southwest Airlines orders 100 737 Max and takes 155 options
  • 24/03A SpaceX Falcon 9 launched another set of 60 Starlink satellites, 15 years to the day after the company’s first, unsuccessful launch
  • 22/03A Soyuz-2.1a rocket launched 38 satellites from 18 countries, including South Korea’s CAS500-1, in the 1st all-commercial rideshare mission
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  • 12/04US sanctions makers of supercomputers linked to Chinese military
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  • 07/04SpaceX continued the rollout of its Starlink broadband constellation with another launch of 60 satellites
  • 03/04The U.S. Navy awarded Boeing a $1.6 Bn production contract for the next 11 P-8A Poseidon aircraft
  • 01/04The FAA has certificated the Boeing 737 Max 8-200, a specially-configured high-density variant of the 737 Max 8 destined for low-cost carrier Ryanair
  • 01/04US airports would receive $25Bn under Biden infrastructure plan
  • 01/04The United Kingdom has stood up its new Space Command, with operations being formally launched on 1 April.
  • 31/03A Long March 4C Chinese rocket launched the Gaofen-12 satellite, marking latest in a line of high resolution observation satellites
  • 31/03The UK RAF has retired its fleet of Raytheon Sentinel R1 Airborne Stand-Off Radar (ASTOR) wide-area ground-surveillance aircraft
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  • 12/04US sanctions makers of supercomputers linked to Chinese military
  • 09/04An electrical system problem temporarily grounded more than 60 Boeing 737 MAX — out of almost 200 MAXs that have returned to service since December
  • 07/04SpaceX continued the rollout of its Starlink broadband constellation with another launch of 60 satellites
  • 03/04The U.S. Navy awarded Boeing a $1.6 Bn production contract for the next 11 P-8A Poseidon aircraft
  • 01/04The FAA has certificated the Boeing 737 Max 8-200, a specially-configured high-density variant of the 737 Max 8 destined for low-cost carrier Ryanair
  • 01/04US airports would receive $25Bn under Biden infrastructure plan
  • 01/04The United Kingdom has stood up its new Space Command, with operations being formally launched on 1 April.
  • 31/03A Long March 4C Chinese rocket launched the Gaofen-12 satellite, marking latest in a line of high resolution observation satellites
  • 31/03The UK RAF has retired its fleet of Raytheon Sentinel R1 Airborne Stand-Off Radar (ASTOR) wide-area ground-surveillance aircraft
  • 30/03Aerion unveils its hypersonic AS3 allowing flights between Los Angeles and Tokyo to take less than 3 hours
  • 30/03Japan and Indonesia signed a pact allowing the transfer of Japanese defence equipment and technology to Jakarta
  • 29/03Southwest Airlines orders 100 737 Max and takes 155 options
  • 24/03A SpaceX Falcon 9 launched another set of 60 Starlink satellites, 15 years to the day after the company’s first, unsuccessful launch
  • 22/03A Soyuz-2.1a rocket launched 38 satellites from 18 countries, including South Korea’s CAS500-1, in the 1st all-commercial rideshare mission
  • 14/03A Falcon 9 launched another set of Starlink satellites March, with the rocket’s first stage setting a record with its ninth launch and landing.
  • 12/04US sanctions makers of supercomputers linked to Chinese military
  • 09/04An electrical system problem temporarily grounded more than 60 Boeing 737 MAX — out of almost 200 MAXs that have returned to service since December
  • 07/04SpaceX continued the rollout of its Starlink broadband constellation with another launch of 60 satellites
  • 03/04The U.S. Navy awarded Boeing a $1.6 Bn production contract for the next 11 P-8A Poseidon aircraft
  • 01/04The FAA has certificated the Boeing 737 Max 8-200, a specially-configured high-density variant of the 737 Max 8 destined for low-cost carrier Ryanair
  • 01/04US airports would receive $25Bn under Biden infrastructure plan
  • 01/04The United Kingdom has stood up its new Space Command, with operations being formally launched on 1 April.
  • 31/03A Long March 4C Chinese rocket launched the Gaofen-12 satellite, marking latest in a line of high resolution observation satellites
  • 31/03The UK RAF has retired its fleet of Raytheon Sentinel R1 Airborne Stand-Off Radar (ASTOR) wide-area ground-surveillance aircraft
  • 30/03Aerion unveils its hypersonic AS3 allowing flights between Los Angeles and Tokyo to take less than 3 hours
  • 30/03Japan and Indonesia signed a pact allowing the transfer of Japanese defence equipment and technology to Jakarta
  • 29/03Southwest Airlines orders 100 737 Max and takes 155 options
  • 24/03A SpaceX Falcon 9 launched another set of 60 Starlink satellites, 15 years to the day after the company’s first, unsuccessful launch
  • 22/03A Soyuz-2.1a rocket launched 38 satellites from 18 countries, including South Korea’s CAS500-1, in the 1st all-commercial rideshare mission
  • 14/03A Falcon 9 launched another set of Starlink satellites March, with the rocket’s first stage setting a record with its ninth launch and landing.
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Rockwell Collins ARINC AviNet Airport for Japan Airlines Signature

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