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Civil Aviation

Local students develop safety-first aircraft

The safety first aircraft being created by Belgium Campus.Students at local ICT-focused learning institute, Belgium Campus, have built an aircraft that uses software that aims to address the need for pilot safety.


Planned Tunisia airport strike is off

Tunisia airport strike offTunisian airport employees called off a strike slated to take place this week after a deal was reached with government to improve work conditions, their union said, averting a threatened disruption of tourist traffic.

Ukraine aircraft builder goes west in Boeing tie-up

Antonov Boeing partnershipUkrainian plane maker Antonov, known for producing the world’s biggest aircraft, plans to restart serial production by the end of next year thanks to a deal with Boeing that will end Antonov’s dependence on Russia.

Farnborough Air Show 2018 at a glance: civil aviation

During the 2018 Farnborough air show an A350 flies with the Red Arrows.Here is a roundup of civil aviation news from the Farnborough Air Show that took place between 16 and 22 July.


SAA apparently makes progress in turnaround plan

SAA aircraft.South African Airways (SAA) is pushing ahead and making progress in implementing its turnaround plan to lead the airline to financial sustainability, the company said on Monday.


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