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The US Air Force's biggest planes are getting a rest after scrambling to get 124,000 ...

Business Insider 20 Oct 2021
More than a month after the US withdrawal from Afghanistan, the US Air Force crews and aircraft that were vital to evacuating 124,000 people are still recovering, according to Maj ... US Air Force/Nicholas Pilch ... At its peak, nearly 100 C-17s were operating globally, Martin said, close to half of the Air Force's total C-17 fleet ... Air Force Gen.
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Hyundai Glovis to establish global hydrogen supply chain with Air Products

Korea Times 19 Oct 2021
"There shall be a great synergy with Glovis, which has lots of experience in global gas transportation, and Air Products, which has lots of experience in gas manufacturing and sales technology," Kim Jung-Hoon said ... Air Products & Chemicals is a global industrial gas company ...
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The Overlooked Frontier: Solving Poor Indoor Air Quality

The Marshall News Messenger 19 Oct 2021
Air-Clenz Systems ( ), based in Atlanta, Ga., was launched by success-proven inventors, scientists, and collaboration partners attempting to solve major global challenges caused by the coronavirus pandemic, with an eye to benefiting the global population at large ... Air-Clenz' ...
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Climate Change: Removing CO2 from the air no longer optionalLess talked about -- but rising ...

Deccan Herald 19 Oct 2021
There are basically two ways to extract CO2 from thin air ... For example, the amount of CO2 extracted in a year by the world's largest direct air capture plant (4,000 tons) -- opened last month in Iceland by Climeworks -- is equivalent to three seconds' worth of current global emissions (40 billion tons) ... global warming.
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Climate: Removing CO2 from the air no longer optional

Phys Dot Org 19 Oct 2021
There are basically two ways to extract CO2 from thin air ... For example, the amount of CO2 extracted in a year by the world's largest direct air capture plant (4,000 tons)—opened last month in Iceland by Climeworks—is equivalent to three seconds' worth of current global emissions (40 billion tons).
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Twelve Produces First Batch of E-Jet® Fuel from Carbon Dioxide Through Partnership with the U.S. ...

The Marshall News Messenger 19 Oct 2021
Carbon transformation company announced today it has produced the first fossil-free jet fuel called E-Jet ® from carbon dioxide (CO2) electrolysis, demonstrating a scalable, energy-efficient path to the de-fossilization of global aviation ... Air Force and produced fuel globally applicable for both commercial and military aviation.
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'It won't be easy': The challenges ahead for Tatas in turning around Air India

Live Mint 19 Oct 2021
Air India, with its maharajah mascot, was once renowned for its lavishly decorated planes and stellar service championed by the airline's founder, JRD Tata, India's first commercial pilot ... If an improved Air India can win back even 20% from other global carriers it would be a big boost to the bottom line, the industry executive said.
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GL announces VoIP Air Traffic Management (ATM) Test Solutions

Eagle-Tribune 19 Oct 2021
19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- GL Communications Inc., a global leader in telecom test and measurement solutions, addressed the press regarding their Air Traffic Management (ATM) test solutions that facilitate the transition of technology and services from traditional analog/TDM to IP-based Voice Communications Systems.
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Japan to improve missile defence capabilities with eye on China

Beijing News 19 Oct 2021
Hirokazu pointed out that Beijing has not been transparent about its consistently increasing defence spending to build up its military capabilities and warned that China's rapid expansion of military activities on the sea and in the air has become a major security concern for the regional and global community, NHK World reported.
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Delhi company bags ‘Eco Oscar’ for clean-air technology

The Times of India 19 Oct 2021
Jason Knauf, CEO of the Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, said, “The burning of agricultural waste is one of the biggest drivers of city air pollution, but it doesn’t get the global attention the issue needs ... They have shown great leadership in one of the areas worst-hit by air pollution, which we hope will inspire others.
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Delhi co bags ‘Eco Oscar’ for clean-air technology

The Times of India 19 Oct 2021
Delhi company bags ‘Eco Oscar’ for clean-air technology ... Jason Knauf, CEO of the Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, said, “The burning of agricultural waste is one of the biggest drivers of city air pollution, but it doesn’t get the global attention the issue needs.
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Challenges abound as Tata draws up a flight plan for Air India

Gulf Daily News 19 Oct 2021
Air India, with its maharajah mascot, was once renowned for its lavishly decorated planes and stellar service championed by the airline's founder, JRD Tata, India's first commercial pilot ... If an improved Air India can win back even 20% from other global carriers it would be a big boost to the bottom line, the industry executive said.
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Tata’s real challenge: Making Air India worth flying

Al Jazeera 19 Oct 2021
Air India, with its maharajah mascot, was once renowned for its lavishly decorated planes and stellar service championed by the airline’s founder, JRD Tata, India’s first commercial pilot ... If an improved Air India can win back even 20 percent from other global carriers, it would be a big boost to the bottom line, the industry executive said.
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Challenges abound as Tata fuels for Air India take-offIndustry executives warn any success will be ...

Deccan Herald 19 Oct 2021
Air India, with its maharajah mascot, was once renowned for its lavishly decorated planes and stellar service championed by the airline's founder, JRD Tata, India's first commercial pilot ... If an improved Air India can win back even 20 per cent from other global carriers it would be a big boost to the bottom line, the industry executive said.
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Challenges abound as Tata draws up flight plan for Air India

The Times of India 19 Oct 2021
Air India, with its maharajah mascot, was once renowned for its lavishly decorated planes and stellar service championed by the airline's founder, JRD Tata, India's first commercial pilot ... If an improved Air India can win back even 20% from other global carriers it would be a big boost to the bottom line, the industry executive said.
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