Pilots with years of flying experience have started doing jobs that they – or even we -- would never have thought of doing earlier. Take the case of the pilots from Emirates in Dubai. Furloughed during the pandemic, these pilots – four of them – branched out to become butchers in their free time. And to keep reminding themselves and the customers they serve that they were pilots, these four wear their four stripes on their shoulders.
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Rolls-Royce tests 2.5MW generator
Rolls-Royce has delivered a 2.5-megawatt electrical generator to its newly renovated Testbed 108 facility in Bristol, the UK for final testing and integration into the world's most powerful hybrid electric aerospace propulsion system.
An XLR that could be a GAMECHANGER
The Airbus A 321XLR that is scheduled to enter service in 2023 could completely revolutionise long-haul international travel. It offers unbeatable economics as well as range. A special report.
Russia wants MC-21 to replace ew
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GE Aviation's manufacturing milestones.
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The Great Escape!
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First A350 delivered from China delivery center
The first A350 has been delivered from Airbus’ Tianjin (TSN) Completion and Delivery Center (C&DC), now extended to this type from its previous A320 family dedicated facility.
Light at the end of the tunnel?
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Saab's remote tower operations—truly transformational!
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Tomorrow: David Wallace-Wells
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Not a Safe Space
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Jasper and Me
The artist who invented contemporary art also changed my life.
When you see what you expect to see
Every Woman for Herself
In this horror story, the oppression is coming from inside the house.
Segment your departure and climb for safety.
The Amant arts center faces the city with severity but aims to cosset visitors within.
Steve Jobs and the GTN
Why the ubiquitous works