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1. First Brazilian Gripen E Takes to the Sky
The first Brazilian Gripen E, designated by the Brazilian Air Force (FAB) as F-39 Gripen, concluded its maiden flight in Brazil on Thursday. The aircraft flew from the airport in Navegantes to Embraers facility in Gavio Peixoto.
2. Saabs Second Gripen E Test Aircraft Completes Maiden Flight
Saabs second Gripen E test aircraft completed its maiden flight earlier this week. The second Gripen E test aircraft, designated 39-9, took off at 09:50 on 26 November 2018. The test flight was operated from Saabs airfield at Linkping, Sweden, with Saab test pilot Robin Nordlander at the controls.
3. Saab to Showcase Gripen E and RBS15 Gungnir at Farnborough Int. Airshow 2018
Saab will have a full scale Gripen E replica on display at the Farnborough International Airshow in England from 16-21 July 2018. Saab will also use the bi-annual event to unveil the new RBS15 Gungnir anti-ship missile system.
4. GKN Aerospace Signs 4-Year PBL Contract with FMV to Support Gripens RM12 Engine
GKN Aerospace has entered into a 4-year Performance Based Logistics (PBL) contract with FMV (Swedish Defence Material Administration) for the provision of comprehensive support for the GKN Aerospace RM12 engine, which powers the JAS 39 Gripen C/D fighter. This contract follows on from an initial 5-year RM12 PBL agreement and is expected to be worth approximately US$250 million.
5. GKN Aerospace and Swedish MOD Extend Gripen RM12 Contract
GKN Aerospace has signed a three year contract extension worth over US$175 million, covering the technical product support, maintenance and parts supply for the Gripen RM12 Engines used in Sweden, Hungary, Czech Republic and Thailand.
6. Bangkok Airways to Resume Bangkok - Trat Flights on 2 October
Bangkok Airways will resume flights between Bangkok (BKK) and Trat (TDX) on 2 October 2020. The service will be operated with ATR 72-600 aircraft.
7. Radisson Opens Park Inn Hotel in Putrajaya, Malaysia
Radisson Hotel Group has expanded its portfolio of Park Inn hotels to Malaysia, with the opening of the Park Inn by Radisson Putrajaya. The hotel is located just 20 minutes drive away from Putrajaya, Malaysia's administrative capital city, whilst Kuala Lumpur, the country's largest city and federal capital, is 30 minutes away by car. Malaysia's main international airport, KLIA, is
8. Increase in Cargo Volume Gives Vital Revenue Boost to Vietjet
Vietjet transported 23% more cargo volume between April and August of this year than it did in Q1 2020. The airlines freight volume increased from 16,133 tons between January and March 2020 to 19,872 tons in the following five months.

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