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  • 26/02Israel chooses to buy Lockheed’s CH-53K over Boeing’s CH-47
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  • 06/02Latest Boeing 777X delay driven by EASA’s concerns
  • 04/02SpaceX successfully launched another set of Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral
  • 04/02U.S. extends new START nuclear treaty with Russia for 5 years
  • 03/02Egyptian Air Force displays Scalp cruise missiles
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  • 01/02Launch of a Hyperbola-1 rocket by Chinese private firm iSpace ended in failure shortly after liftoff from Jiuquan
  • 28/01EASA declares Boeing 737 MAX safe to return to service in Europe
  • 27/01Space Force officially ends launch partnerships with Blue Origin and Northrop Grumman
  • 22/01Qatar Airways and Etihad add post-blockade routes
  • 27/02Fincantieri has signed a 1.35 Bn € contract to build the first two of four planned U212 NFS German-design submarines for the Italy
  • 26/02Israel chooses to buy Lockheed’s CH-53K over Boeing’s CH-47
  • 24/02Chinese Long March 4C launches trio of Yaogan-31 ocean reconnaissance satellites
  • 21/02Unmanned systems and artificial intelligence dominate the IDEX exhibition in Abu Dhabi
  • 20/02A United Airlines Boeing 777 experienced an engine failure after takeoff from Denver. A total of 128 Boeing 777 aircraft have been grounded
  • 18/02NASA’s Perseverance mission conducted a picture-perfect landing on Mars
  • 06/02Latest Boeing 777X delay driven by EASA’s concerns
  • 04/02SpaceX successfully launched another set of Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral
  • 04/02U.S. extends new START nuclear treaty with Russia for 5 years
  • 03/02Egyptian Air Force displays Scalp cruise missiles
  • 02/02SpaceX's Starship SN9 prototype launches to 10 km, crashes during landing
  • 01/02Launch of a Hyperbola-1 rocket by Chinese private firm iSpace ended in failure shortly after liftoff from Jiuquan
  • 28/01EASA declares Boeing 737 MAX safe to return to service in Europe
  • 27/01Space Force officially ends launch partnerships with Blue Origin and Northrop Grumman
  • 22/01Qatar Airways and Etihad add post-blockade routes
  • 27/02Fincantieri has signed a 1.35 Bn € contract to build the first two of four planned U212 NFS German-design submarines for the Italy
  • 26/02Israel chooses to buy Lockheed’s CH-53K over Boeing’s CH-47
  • 24/02Chinese Long March 4C launches trio of Yaogan-31 ocean reconnaissance satellites
  • 21/02Unmanned systems and artificial intelligence dominate the IDEX exhibition in Abu Dhabi
  • 20/02A United Airlines Boeing 777 experienced an engine failure after takeoff from Denver. A total of 128 Boeing 777 aircraft have been grounded
  • 18/02NASA’s Perseverance mission conducted a picture-perfect landing on Mars
  • 06/02Latest Boeing 777X delay driven by EASA’s concerns
  • 04/02SpaceX successfully launched another set of Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral
  • 04/02U.S. extends new START nuclear treaty with Russia for 5 years
  • 03/02Egyptian Air Force displays Scalp cruise missiles
  • 02/02SpaceX's Starship SN9 prototype launches to 10 km, crashes during landing
  • 01/02Launch of a Hyperbola-1 rocket by Chinese private firm iSpace ended in failure shortly after liftoff from Jiuquan
  • 28/01EASA declares Boeing 737 MAX safe to return to service in Europe
  • 27/01Space Force officially ends launch partnerships with Blue Origin and Northrop Grumman
  • 22/01Qatar Airways and Etihad add post-blockade routes
  • 27/02Fincantieri has signed a 1.35 Bn € contract to build the first two of four planned U212 NFS German-design submarines for the Italy
  • 26/02Israel chooses to buy Lockheed’s CH-53K over Boeing’s CH-47
  • 24/02Chinese Long March 4C launches trio of Yaogan-31 ocean reconnaissance satellites
  • 21/02Unmanned systems and artificial intelligence dominate the IDEX exhibition in Abu Dhabi
  • 20/02A United Airlines Boeing 777 experienced an engine failure after takeoff from Denver. A total of 128 Boeing 777 aircraft have been grounded
  • 18/02NASA’s Perseverance mission conducted a picture-perfect landing on Mars
  • 06/02Latest Boeing 777X delay driven by EASA’s concerns
  • 04/02SpaceX successfully launched another set of Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral
  • 04/02U.S. extends new START nuclear treaty with Russia for 5 years
  • 03/02Egyptian Air Force displays Scalp cruise missiles
  • 02/02SpaceX's Starship SN9 prototype launches to 10 km, crashes during landing
  • 01/02Launch of a Hyperbola-1 rocket by Chinese private firm iSpace ended in failure shortly after liftoff from Jiuquan
  • 28/01EASA declares Boeing 737 MAX safe to return to service in Europe
  • 27/01Space Force officially ends launch partnerships with Blue Origin and Northrop Grumman
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