Lockheed wins $248M NASA contract for low-boom supersonic jet | AeroTime

DAILY NEWSLETTER | 04 April 2018
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Half of European flights delayed after Eurocontrol system failure

Passengers across Europe suffered disruptions on April 3, 2018, after the failure of a flight plan processing system at European network manager Eurocontrol, affecting around half of the day’s flights and several major airports in the continent. Eurocontrol has since fixed the problem and assured it posed no safety risks.

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Successful first commercial flight for Antonov AN-225

On April 3, 2018, The Antonov AN-225 Mriya, known as the “biggest airplane in the world”, took off from Gostomel airport (GML) in Kiev for its first commercial flight since its recent modernization. It landed two hours later in Leipzig airport (LEJ) without any trouble.

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Lockheed wins $248M NASA contract for low-boom supersonic jet

Lockheed Martin won a $247.5 million NASA contract for the design, building and testing of a supersonic jet that reduces sonic boom.

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US regional airlines suspends operations due to pilot shortage
Switzerland to replace its fighter jets… or not
Airline chiefs convicted over multi-million theft from passengers
GE will help China Eastern Airlines with data analytics
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