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Momentum’s new cyber security podcast hits the mark

Momentum Media has launched the Cyber Security Uncut podcast, another step in its commitment to providing market updates, intelligence and insights for the cyber security sector.

Japan may use drones as warnings against missiles

US-based news source The Drive said the Japanese Ministry of Defence has considered employing drones as part of the country’s early warning infrastructure to mitigate the threat of hypersonic missiles being deployed from Russia or China

De Havilland Canada to produce hybrid-electric Dash 8 aircraft demonstrator
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De Havilland Canada has announced a new partnership Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) to integrate hybrid-electric technology into a De Havilland Canada Dash 8-100 flight demonstrator.

Hi Fly welcomes 14th Airbus A330 to its fleet

Portuguese leisure carrier Hi Fly has added one more Airbus A330-300 to its fleet.

Comment: Can ‘spaceflights’ become more than joyrides for millionaires?

In this cross-posting with The Conversation, physics lecturer Ian Whittaker and research fellow in space science Gareth Dorrian discuss whether the billionaires actually reached space, and what the future of space tourism could look like.  Billionaire entrepreneur Richard Branson and his team successfully flew to the “edge of space” on the Unity 22 mission aboard

Boeing cops double hit with MAX order cancellation as Dreamliner deliveries halted

Boeing has confirmed that a major customer has partially cancelled its 737 MAX order, following recent news that it would suspend 787 Dreamliner production after another structural defect was located, in a double hit to the US planemaker's COVID recovery.

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