There had been a lot of search for flight 370. This flight went missing on March 8 in 2014. There has been no explanation ever since. No airplane parts have been found or anything. Many families are still wondering what happened to their family members. There were 239 passengers in the flight. They are all either dead or lost. This was a tragic event and many people were affected by it. It brought much controversy and worry. This is a true tragedy. There has not been any new evidence that could lead to identify to look for the airplane in a specific location which is sad especially for the families. So it was decided to stop the search. But 2 weeks before deciding to stop the search a new evidence has arrived. But it was not evidence that could help gain conclusive information especially about the flights disappearance. This puts a lot of pressure on the Boeing Company.


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Raytheon Missile systems is one of the best systems that are offered in regards to providing and protecting homelands. It will help with protecting homeland, defend allies, and safeguard trade. Their main goal is provide a peace of mind to people to know that they are safe in their own country. Many countries rely on this system to be specific almost 13 countries rely on this system for their own protection. For so many years they have been able to accomplish their mission of keeping countries safe by mainly protecting people from high up (the sky) which is their main mission. Recently they have announced their new promotion of three airborne weapons systems. This was mainly to ensure protection to the fourth generation aircraft that would penetrate advanced air defense systems.


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Pratt & Whitney who are Canada innovators are ready to launch they maintenance program which is pay per hour maintenance program. It is called the leading-edge eagle service plan. It is mainly tailored to PT6A customer. Each plan is different and it depends on the airplane and the distance where it is at. It optimizes different plans. All their plans are cost effective which makes them even more appealing and more user friendly. This can save many a lot of money for the long term run. Therefore, many people are using it and many are willing to pay extra to be able to have their one on one service.


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Airbus, the aircraft manufacturing giant has made history with the first ever successful “Gate-link” secure wireless data transfer. An Airbus A350 MSN02 test flight aircraft was used to demonstrate the ability for the aircraft to transfer large amounts of operational data between the A350 and the ground via the Gate-link network. About one gigabyte of data was moved via Gate-link which uses the WLAN or Local Area Network (LAN) technology which can transmit data wirelessly with high-bandwidth protocols from various destinations throughout the airport straight to a docked aircraft.


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The Germany defense ministry is looking to replace their fleet of CH-53D Sea Stallions Heavy Helicopters. The Sea Stallions have served the Germans since the late 1960s when they were first introduced. Boeing and Sikorsky are top prospects for the prime supplier for these heavy duty helicopters. All a part of the German Heavy Transport Helicopter Program this deal has an estimated cost of €3 billion ($3.35 billion).


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Vietjet purchases 100 Boeing Aircraft to add to their collection of US planes to their Airlines. Behind the billion-dollar deal, the airlines wish to amplify to new frontiers. Expanding the Asian tourism and increasing the traveling market with plenty more passengers. The deal approximately cost 11.3 Billion US dollars being Vietnam's largest purchase of aircraft in Vietnamese history. The purchase of 100 737 MAX 200 jets will add to Vietjets collection making them owners of over 200 Boeing aircraft. The approximate delivery time of the 737 MAX 200 jets to Vietjet would be between the years 2019 – 2023.


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Airbus has managed to astonish once again with its soon to be world fastest helicopter. As of April, the United States Patent and Trademark Office go forth with Airbus’ very own Axel Fink, Ambrosius Weiss, and Andrew Wink-worth application for a new compound helicopter. The design of the drawings (patent) is based on Airbus’ revolutionary X3 testing prototype that was first flown in 2010.


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Bell Helicopter has teamed up with Lockheed Martin to develop the V-280 Valor for the US Army’s FVL (Future Vertical Lift) program. Bell has just linked the airplane’s body to the wings and nacelles of the V-280 Joint Multi-Role Technology Demonstrator (JMR-TD) jet.


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The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launched its seventh and final navigational satellite from the "Satish Dahawan Space Center" located in Sriharikota. These launches began in 2013 and finally ended on April 28, 2016.


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Lockheed Martin won orders from two top airline carriers for full commercial flight simulators.  Allegiant Air will be adding a brand new Allegiant A320 simulator to their current equipment portfolio. While Hawaiian Airlines adds the LMCFT A320 to go with their already owned LMCFT A330 simulator.


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