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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.

Boom secures third airline buyer for supersonic jets

Boom is promising significantly shorter flight times than current commercial aviation, with its Overture jets capable of flying at supersonic speeds of up to Mach 1.7 over water.

Branson visits Antonov AN-225 airport in Ukraine

The six-engine behemoth — dubbed 'Mriya', or 'Dream' in Ukrainian — was the world’s largest cargo plane and a favourite of enthusiasts worldwide.

Top Gun sequel passes $1 billion at box office

Maverick is already nestled in the top 50  biggest money-making movies of all time and is likely to land in the top 30 should it continue to hold its huge audience.

Lockheed Martin delivers first F-16 from Sustainment Depot program to the USAF

In 2020, Lockheed Martin was selected by the US Air Force to oversee the US$900 million indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract for the F-16 Sustainment Depot program, receiving the first aircraft received for maintenance at the company's South Carolina facility early 2021.

20 years since 9/11: IATA boss says aviation still suffers the ‘consequences’

The impacts on the aviation sector from the 9/11 attacks continue to loom as the 20-year anniversary nears – the day when many lost their lives, and security was never the same again. To remember the victims, Willie Walsh, the director general of the International Air Transport Association, outlined how it changed the industry forever

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