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65. Delta to Launch Daily Nonstop Los Angeles - Washington-Reagan Flights
Delta will begin daily nonstop flights between Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) on 24 April 2017. Flights will be operated using a Boeing 757-200 aircraft, making Delta the only airline to offer full flat-bed seats in First Class on this route frequented by customers in government, defense, entertainment and consulting serv
66. US Air Force to Replace F-15C/Ds with F-15EX Fighter Jets
The F-15EX will replace the oldest F-15C/Ds in the Air Forces inventory. Eight F-15EX aircraft were approved in the fiscal year 2020 budget and 12 were requested in the FY21 budget. The Air Force plans to purchase a total of 76 F-15EX aircraft over the five-year Future Years Defense Program.
67. Smiths Detection Partners Mirion to Expand Radiation Offering
Smiths Detection has entered into a partnership with Mirion Technologies that will allow it to offer a full radiation detection and identification product line to U.S. customers. Its technology suite will now meet all the needs of multiple security markets, including: military/defense, homeland security, ports and borders, aviation and emergency response.
68. TAI and LHTEC Sign Contract for CTS800 Engine
Turkish Aerospace Industries and the Light Helicopter Turbine Engine Company, a 50-50 partnership between Honeywell and Rolls-Royce, have signed an agreement to supply CTS800 turboshaft engines for the Turkish Light Utility Helicopter, a program of the Undersecretary for Defense Industry since September 2013.
69. Satcom Direct Communications to Acquire ASGI
Satcom Direct Communications, an U.S. company, has entered into a purchase agreement to acquire Airbus DS SatCom Government, Inc. (ASGI), expanding its market presence and offerings to the U.S. government sector. ASGI is a government satellite communications business unit of Airbus Defense and Space for the U.S. market and will operate as a subsidiary of Satcom Direct Communication
70. Boeing Tests Capabilities in Inmarsat Global Xpress Commercial Network
Boeing is completing the first tests of military Ka-band service available through the Inmarsat-5 F2 commercial communications satellite, part of Inmarsats Global Xpress network. The demonstrations to securely transmit high-data-rate information have involved ten major U.S. Department of Defense customer groups on fast-moving platforms and with users at multiple locations.
71. Ascott Celebrates 25th Anniversary by Making a Difference
Ascott Celebrates 25th Anniversary by Making a Difference. Ascott launched its serviced residence business with one property each in Singapore (The Ascott Singapore) and France (Citadines La Dfense) in 1984. Ascott has since grown to be one of the worlds largest international serviced residence owner-operators with 190 properties spread over three brands Ascott, Somerset and Ci
72. Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey Logs 600,000+ Flight Hours
The Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey has logged more than 600,000 flight-hours. Built by Bell Textron and Boeing, the V-22 fleet has grown to more than 400 aircraft and is operated by the United States Marine Corps, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy and the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 25 March 2021.

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