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1. Air Covers Secures Royal Air Force Typhoon Contract
Air Covers, an UK-based designer of bespoke protective covers for the aerospace and marine sector, recently won a competitive bid to provide environmental protective covers for 147 RAF Typhoon aircraft. Air Covers also won the supply contract for the Typhoon Display Team.
2. Leonardo and BAE Systems to Support Avionics of RAFs Typhoon Fleet
Following BAE Systems 10-year partnership arrangement, expected to be worth 2.5 billion, with the Ministry of Defence (MOD) to support the UK Typhoon fleet (an initiative known as the Typhoon Total Availability Enterprise or TyTAN), Leonardo and BAE Systems are working together to include comprehensive avionics support as part of the service.
3. Dubai Airshow Flying Display to Feature UK's Royal Air Force Typhoon
Dubai Airshow Flying Display to Feature UK's Royal Air Force Typhoon. The Dubai Airshow is to offer an even more spectacular military aviation flying display this year. Daily from 15 to 19 November, visitors will be able to witness the first-ever appearance at the show of the Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft.
4. Philippine Airlines Cancels Most Domestic, Some Asian Flights because of Typhoon Xangsane / Mile
Philippine Airlines Cancels Most Domestic, Some Asian Flights because of Typhoon Xangsane / Milenyo. Philippine Airlines today canceled more than half of its domestic flights as well as a number of services to nearby Asian points as Typhoon Xangsane (local name: "Milenyo") headed straight for the capital, home to the flag carrier's main hub at Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
5. Cathay Pacific to suspend all flights due to typhoon
Cathay Pacific to suspend all flights due to typhoon
6. Typhoon Mangkhut Causes Slight Drop in HKIAs Air Traffic Figures for September 2018
Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) recorded slight decreases in all three air traffic categories in September 2018 due primarily to Typhoon Mangkhut, which resulted in no flight movement for more than 20 hours. During the month, passenger volume decreased by 0.3% year on year to 5.6 million. Cargo and airmail throughput was 431,000 tonnes, a drop of 1.4% compared to the same mo
7. Northwest Airlines temporarily suspends service to Guam after Pongsona Super-Typhoon
Northwest Airlines temporarily suspends service to Guam after Pongsona Super-Typhoon
8. United Airlines to Support Typhoon Haiyan Relief Efforts in Philippines
United Airlines is partnering with AmeriCares, American Red Cross and Operation USA in their efforts to provide aid to those affected by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. The United Airlines Foundation will donate up to $50,000 to match donations to partner organizations from United customers and employees.

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