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  • Reasons To Attend
    Reasons To Attend

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  • EASA Certifies Airbus A350
    EASA Certifies Airbus A350

    Reuters reported that the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) approved the Airbus A350-900 for passenger flights on Tuesday. The article noted that a larger version of the plane, the A350-1000, will undergo a separate approval process...   More...

  • Headlines from AIAA AVIATION 2014
    Headlines from AIAA AVIATION 2014

    Check out the latest happenings from the AIAA AVIATION Forum, taking place 16-20 June 2014, in Atlanta, GA. 

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  • NASA plans faster, open-minded aeronautics research
    NASA plans faster, open-minded aeronautics research

    NASA is in the process of realigning its aeronautics research operations to bring a renewed focus on X-planes and accelerate progress toward overland supersonic combustion, cleaner-burning engines...   More...

  • NextGen on course to make aviation safer and cleaner
    NextGen on course to make aviation safer and cleaner

    “Next Generation [NextGen] air traffic control technology transforms how we look at and manage air traffic,” said Michael Whitaker, deputy administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, addressing a capacity audience...   More...

  • Collective effort needed to tackle aviation's challenges
    Collective effort needed to tackle aviation's challenges

    The issues and challenges facing today’s aviation industry can’t be solved “just by one company, by one country,” said Axel Krein, senior vice president, research and technology, Airbus...   More...

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