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The Polish Air Force has signed a agreement with Airbus Military for the acquisition of 5 C-295 transport aircraft to further extend their transport functionality.
Poland is to improve its air force fleet of Airbus Military C295 medium transports to 16 aircraft, under a new five-unit deal worth $262 million. Airbus Military claimed that the Polish air force had agreed upon 5 C295 transports. The Ministry of Defense of Brunei Darussalam, at the same time, said that PZL Mielec had completed the development of a few S-70i baseline Black Hawk helicopters that the nation had purchased.
Brunei had purchased 12 of the helicopters a year ago, along with spare parts, ground support equipment and training. The C295 is a twin-engine turboprop airlifter used by over 13 countries in Europe,Asia, Africa and Latin America. It can easily transport about 71 completely … Read More »
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As the market closes in on compliance deadlines for a range of rules and polices, how can we comply with rules while not impeding functional demands? Military Ground Support Equipment design and functionality will certainly play a crucial role where brand new equipment is concerned.
Military Ground Support Equipment is the support equipment found in the Army generally on the ramp, the maintenance area by the terminal. As its name signifies, Military Ground support equipment is there to support the operations of aircraft on the ground. The attributes that this equipment plays generally involve ground power operations, aircraft mobility, and loading operations.
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At Reagan National Airport, excessive temperatures caused by a powerful and recent heat wave instigated a U.S. Airways flight becoming stuck in a soft spot upon the tarmac. Officials believe unusually high temperatures this season caused the tarmac to soften in some areas.
A U.S. Airways regional jet apparently got stuck within one of these soft spots as it was leaving its gate in preparation for a flight bound to Charleston, South Carolina. An Airport tug cart was initially unable to retrieve the aircraft from the spot in which its wheels had sunken in to the tarmac.
The plane’s entire luggage was unloaded and all of its passengers exited in an attempt to reduce the weight of the aircraft. This proved irrelevant, however, as the plane still remained stuck. An electric aircraft tug that usually works with much … Read More »
New Mexico state officials have declared that a government operated twin-engine airplane has been damaged and placed out of commission due to an accident occurring at the Santa Fe airport.
The General Services Department stated that a 2006 Beechcraft King Air was collided into Friday by an aircraft tug, a small tractor which moves aircraft and equipment. The tug reversed into the Beechcraft King Air, separating one of the plane’s doors and damaging a wing.
At the time of the incident, the plane was located on one of Santa Fe airport’s tarmacs, getting ready for a flight on behalf of Children’s Medical Service.
Agency officials say that an inattentive driver may be a likely factor in the incident.
Following protocol, the tug driver was tested for alcohol intoxication; however state police stated that all tests were returned negative. The tug driver works for … Read More »
Covered storage space for aircraft at Shreveport’s Downtown Airport is in brief supply, but the approaching relocation of some weather statement gear is likely to open room for far more hangars.
Interim air-port manager Stacy Kuba informs ‘The Times’ the need for hangars at Downtown Airport is testimony to the facility’s good results. The area’s casinos and its oil and all-natural gas business carry on to make Downtown Airport eye-catching to common aviation pilots. It is home base to further more than 300 planes, generally small, corporate or private aircraft. However, there are nothing but 175 hangars, 4 of which were constructed in the recent several years. Kuba claims there are 50 clients on a waiting list seeking to base their planes in the hangars.
Additional 67 hangars are airport possessed spaces. The airport has rented at least five lots this … Read More »
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The world’s busiest cargo spots:
5.) CargoCity, Frankfurt Airport, Germany
Frankfurt Airport is without a doubt Europe’s busiest cargo hub. It oversees over 2.1 million tons of freight annually. A fundamental factor in the airport’s impressive rise is the steady growth of its CargoCity. CargoCity offers a remarkable variety of specialized facilities, which includes the world’s most advanced animal-handling stations.
4.) Cargo terminal complex, Incheon International Airport, South Korea
Incheon International Airport is a primary hub for cargo traffic in the entirety of East Asia, overseeing over 2.4 million tons of freight per year. The airport’s cargo terminal complex was constructed originally to process only 1.7 million tons of freight annually, but after renovations it is now able to oversee up to 2.7 million tons.
3.) Shanghai Pudong International Airport cargo terminal, Shanghai, China
Shanghai Pudong International Airport Cargo Terminal Company handles … Read More »