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Liam McAneny AUTHOR
Starlink can provide 100 Mbps inflight Wi-Fi

SpaceX’s Starlink internet service has been selected to provide in-flight Wi-Fi for JSX Air and Hawaiian Airlines. The first test run of the new system was carried out last week with a flight from Burbank California to San Jose carrying about twelve passengers.

Queen’s ‘final flight’ most tracked in Flightradar history

The Boeing C-17A Globemaster III, ZZ177, departed at 5:42pm on Tuesday as flight KRF01R and landed at RAF Northolt at 6:54pm

World Cup lifts Dubai–Doha daily flights from 6 to 48

The massive number of travellers during the competition will also see the Qatar capital's airport break its record for most daily departures on 25 November, with 333 scheduled.

Saudi Arabia to launch new international airline

Saudi Arabia plans to invest up to $30 billion USD to launch a second national airline as part of its Vision 2030 plan to diversify its economy. The new airline is one part of a larger investment into the civil aviation sector in the country, which the nation plans to invest $100 billion into by 2030.

Airbus’ Zephyr drone misses world record flight by hours

Airbus ground control team lost contact with the Zephyr drone on August 19th while it was flying far above Arizona in the stratosphere, just hours before it was set to break a world record for the longest continuous flight in history.

Last ever 747 to roll off Boeing’s production line

Boeing is set to end production of the 747 aircraft, with Atlas Air to receive the last delivery of Boeing 747-8F later this year when the final production stage is completed, marking the end of an era in the aviation industry.

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