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Lego 747 takes pride of place in Magma boardroom

Belgium teenager Silas De Kunst spent six months building his incredible recreation of the Queen of the Skies, which was created from 6,000 plastic bricks.

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.

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.

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.

Singapore Airlines restarts routes to China

The airline has also released figures showing another successful month in their steady climb back to pre-pandemic levels.

Boeing restarts 787 deliveries after 14-month hiatus

Delivery of the Dreamliner was initially halted in late 2020, before being resumed in early 2022 and halted again at the end of May 2021 at the request of the FAA due to quality problems.


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