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    Autonomous future

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    With ADASI, the UAE is rapidly becoming a leader in unmanned systems. We chart the EDGE unit’s remarkable record of product innovation over 14 years, and assess what the future holds

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    Metal master

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    EPI has become a trusted producer of complex components. Its CEO explains how investing in the latest equipment has led to it rapidly rising up the value chain

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    Why keeping connected could be key to survival for airlines

    Paid content by Inmarsat

    After a bumpy year-and-a-half – when all attention has been on cutting costs, preserving cash, and steering a way through the turbulence – aviation’s course is set for recovery. But will that mean a return to the world as was? Unlikely. More than ever, airlines will have to devise resilient ...

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    Opportunity in the Air

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    The promise of e-commerce shipping for airlines

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    Shell Aviation's service helps customers look after the technical details at the airport

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    When most people hear Shell Aviation, they think fuel supplier. Indeed, Shell fuel has been powering aircraft around the globe for generations, building over 90 years’ experience in airport operations all around the world.

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    Build a new airline revenue engine with ecommerce shipping solution

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    “Just as airline ticketing technology evolved almost two decades ago, enabling a direct connection between the passenger and the airline’s distribution networks, SmartKargo technology now provides a similar business solution for the airline cargo business. The transactional solution connects directly with an online retailer at the e-commerce ...

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    Towards emissions-free aviation: Hydrogen is the future

    Paid content by MTU Aero Engines

    As the industry paves the way for emissions-free flight, MTU Aero Engines has high hopes for hydrogen and sees three possible uses for it: As a fuel it should be used right away. Direct combustion in gas turbines is also possible as well as converting it into electricity by means ...

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    Defending across the domains

    Paid content by World Defense Show

    The interoperability of security assets in air, land, sea, satellite and cyber is crucial to modern military thinking. This will be a key focus of the World Defense Show next March

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    Introducing Destination Next

    Paid content by Destination Next

    The aviation industry is undergoing one of the most significant crises in its history – one with unprecedented challenges to bounce back from. In the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic, operators will need to think laterally about their route to recovery – and specifically how they adapt ...

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    Intelligent training

    Paid content by FlightSafety International

    Artificial intelligence is helping pilots to learn from their mistakes through targeted teaching

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    Hire standards

    Paid content by FlightSafety International

    What training experience should companies look for when taking on a contract pilot or crew?

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    Above and beyond

    Paid content by FlightSafety International

    Modern training should be about much more than simply ticking the regulatory boxes

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    Keeping it grounded

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    Why training in a simulator instead of in the sky can better equip pilots for real life situations

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    World Defense Show: ready for something different?

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    World Defense Show – which debuts in Riyadh in Saudi Arabia in March next year – promises to be an industry event like none other. We find out what will set it apart from the rest

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    Sustainable onboard solutions – how they can support the recovery

    Paid content by Reed Exhibitions

    The organisers of the Passenger Experience Conference (PEC) and Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) hosted the PEC Virtual Series as a way for the industry to stay connected and up to date with the latest trends, predictions and developments in the cabin interior sector. As airlines return to flying after Covid-19 ...

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    The outlook for aircraft interiors – looking to 2021

    Paid content by Reed Exhibitions

    The organisers of the Passenger Experience Conference (PEC) and Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) hosted the PEC Virtual Series as a way for the industry to stay connected and keep up to date with the latest trends, predictions and developments in the cabin interior sector. Airlines are slowly returning to flying, ...

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    Pilot Peer Assistance and Support Programmes go beyond a regulatory requirement

    Paid content by CAA International, by Nick Goodwyn, UK CAA Pilot Performance and Peer Assistance Business Lead

    In July 2018, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) issued Regulation (EU) 2018/1042, now (EU) 2020/745, which requires all Commercial Air Transport (CAT) operators to implement a Support Programme (SP), which should include the use of trained peers, by 14 February 2021. The SP was a recommendation initiated by ...

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    Portfolio of Embraer Cargo Solutions Helps Maintain Critical Supply Lines

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    The severe decline in the number of airline passengers is creating a boom in demand for air cargo capacity. Fallout from the global pandemic is stressing supply chains and the transport of essential goods. With fewer commercial flights, which carry both passengers and freight, there’s a critical need for more ...

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    Flying into Uncharted Territory

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    By Arjan Meijer, President CEO, Embraer Commercial Aviation