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Airports won’t fully recover from COVID until late 2024

Airports Council International's latest report said the industry is struggling to deal with “significant headwinds” such as labour shortages, inflation and the risk of an economic downturn.

Feature: How fighter jet pilots withstand high G

Bradley Elliott discusses what aviators can do to help their bodies fight back against the effects of extreme acceleration.

Northrop Grumman deploys new autonomous helicopter

The aircraft will initially be used aboard the US Navy's USS Milwaukee (LCS-5) by Sea Combat Squadron 22, Detachment 5.

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
Future of Aviation

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.

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