Jeff Bezos announces $200 million charity award post space flight

Jeff Bezos announces $200 million charity award post space flight

By Christy Gren - Jul 21, 2021

Jeff Bezos announces $200 million charity award after his maiden flight to space.

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US Space Force allows repurposed SpaceX rocket to launch GPS satellite

US Space Force allows repurposed SpaceX rocket to launch GPS satellite

By Anna Domanska - Jun 19, 2021

A GPS navigation satellite built by Lockheed Martin is set to ride a reused SpaceX booster on a launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida, Thursday. It will be the first time a military

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United to recall furloughed employees as travel recovers

United to recall furloughed employees as travel recovers

By Anna Domanska - Jun 14, 2021

The fading of the pandemic and the rollout of vaccines has brought in some good cheer for the floundering air travel industry. More countries have opened up for business and are al

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Summer rush: Vaccine drive bring hope to US airlines

Summer rush: Vaccine drive bring hope to US airlines

By Christy Gren - Jun 02, 2021

America’s two largest airlines are hoping that the figures will be somewhere comparable to pre-Covid times, and are preparing for the return to the new “normal”, though one i

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Senior Plc rejects Lone Star offer of takeover citing low valuation

Senior Plc rejects Lone Star offer of takeover citing low valuation

By Anna Domanska - May 31, 2021

Senior Plc, the British aerospace components supply company, has rejected an all-cash buyout offer from the US-based Lone Star Global Acquisitions. The proposal valued the aviation

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Ryanair posts 1 billion euro annual loss

Ryanair posts 1 billion euro annual loss

By Anna Domanska - May 17, 2021

Europe’s largest budget airline Ryanair Holdings Plc. has reported a better-than-expected annual post-tax loss of €815m as passenger numbers slumped by 81% to just 27.5 million

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Microsoft wins $22 billion contract for HoloLens headsets from US Army

Microsoft wins $22 billion contract for HoloLens headsets from US Army

By Anna Domanska - Apr 01, 2021

Microsoft has been given a $22 billion contract by the U.S. Army to supply its augmented reality headsets for the troops. The Integrated Visual Augmentation System (IVAS) headsets

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Airlines fear travel surge might not aid fast recovery

Airlines fear travel surge might not aid fast recovery

By Anna Domanska - Mar 27, 2021

As the $800 billion airline industry prepares to get back to the skies after being grounded for almost a year, there are concerns that the “back to business” scenario may get a

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U.S. Airline Industry Desperate for Next Round of Stimulus

U.S. Airline Industry Desperate for Next Round of Stimulus

By Anna Domanska - Mar 04, 2021

Another $15 billion in bailout funds is being considered for the hard-pressed U.S. airline industry by the US Congress, bringing a much-needed reprieve for employees threatened by

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