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    What’s Trending in Aerospace – June 27, 2021

    Check out the June 27 edition of What’s Trending in Aerospace, where editors and contributors for Avionics International bring you some of the latest headlines and updates happening across the global aerospace industry.     Commercial  Korean Air Deepens Involvement in Space Sector  (Korean Air) Korean Air, South Korea’s largest airline, is getting further involved in the space sector. The airline will develop common bulkhead propellant tanks for small satellite launch vehicles as part of the Ministry of Science and ICT’s ‘Space Pioneer’ project. Korean Air announced the collaboration  in a June 24 press release. The common bulkhead propellant tank will  

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    What’s Trending in Aerospace – June 13, 2021

    Check out the June 13 edition of What’s Trending in Aerospace, where editors and contributors for Avionics International bring you some of the latest headlines and updates happening across the global aerospace industry.       Commercial  Lufthansa Responds to Increase in Summer Travel Demand with Airbus A350, Boeing 747-8 Lufthansa is re-positioning two of its wide-body aircraft, the Airbus A350—pictured here—and the Boeing 747-8 on summer vacation routes in response to an increase in demand generated by passengers flying from Munich and Frankfurt to Palma de Mallorca. (Lufthansa) Lufthansa is responding to an increase in demand from passengers for travel to  

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    What’s Trending in Aerospace – June 20, 2021

    Check out the June 20 edition of What’s Trending in Aerospace, where editors and contributors for Avionics International bring you some of the latest headlines and updates happening across the global aerospace industry. Commercial  Boeing 737 MAX 10 Completes First Flight The 737 MAX-10 completed its first flight in Renton, Washington on Friday. (Boeing) Boeing’s 737-10, the largest airplane in the 737 MAX family, on Friday completed a successful first flight. The airplane took off from Renton Field at 10:07 a.m. and landed at 12:38 p.m. at Boeing Field in Seattle. “The airplane performed beautifully,” 737 Chief Pilot Capt.  

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