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11/21/2017

Alphabet Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt says the Pentagon is responding to guidance from the Defense Innovation Advisory Board, but progress has been slow. Schmidt took the helm of the advisory board last year.

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Defense News
11/21/2017

Bombardier has identified a market for 1,050 new passenger jets of between 60 and 150 seats in Latin America over the next two decades.

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Air Transport World
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11/21/2017

The Airlander airship broke free of its mooring, crashing in the UK. This is the second serious incident for the airship during its test program.

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AIN Online
11/21/2017

Private sector interest appears to be reaching critical mass when it comes to developing orbiting robots that can service satellites. A sustainable market for these services remains a decade into the future.

11/21/2017

ICEYE has received a contract from the Defense Innovation Unit Experimental to provide radar imagery of the Earth's surface. The company is known for its microsatellites.

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Defense Innovation Unit, DIUx
11/21/2017

The space sector is predicted to hit $2.7 trillion over the next 30 years. Major powers such as the US and China are likely to be rivals in space.

11/21/2017

The number of Hawaiian air cargo jobs grew 978% between 2001 and 2016, with workers earning an average hourly wage of $37.47. Inbound cargo has been increasing since 2002, with the uptick largely driven by e-commerce, says a report released by the state Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism.

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Maui Now
11/21/2017

UPS is considering building a new sorting and delivery facility near East Midlands Airport in Leicestershire, UK, which could employ about 1,000 workers.

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East Midlands Airport
11/21/2017

One of Hawaiian Airlines' Airbus A330 aircraft is equipped with instruments that help scientists monitor the health of the earth's atmosphere. The plane collects data while it flies its usual routes.

11/21/2017

Travelers this holiday season may have questions about how to easily navigate airports. The Transportation Security Administration provides tips for breezing through checkpoints, including when to arrive at the airport, what can and cannot go through checkpoints and how to avoid getting stuck in security lines.

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