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What to expect in the aviation industry in 2021

The year that followed us brought numerous temptations on a global level. The pandemic that spread at the speed of light caused tectonic changes in all spheres of our lives. It has shown many weaknesses in our society, but on the other hand, it has enabled us to re-examine many things that make up our…

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Sodramjet – In 2 hours anywhere in the world

Can you even guess what awaits us with the development of technology and new achievements? What surprises and achievements will the new technology provide for us? Although it seems that in recent years the emphasis has been placed on increasing fuel efficiency, reducing the carbon footprint of airliners, and increasing passenger capacity, Chinese scientists remind…

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World’s largest jet engine for commercial use certified by FAA

The Boeing 777X will be the proud carrier of the GE9X, the largest jet engine for commercial use. The team at GE Aviation has earned official US certification for the world’s largest commercial aircraft engine, after a lot of research, development, and testing. General Electric removed a large barrier to passenger transportation now that the…

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What are the benefits of early booking?

In the past period, we have all fallen into the hype of concern, perhaps sometimes exaggerated, forgetting that life goes on. Therefore, the Poente Technical team wants to write about some more cheerful topics. Given that many have been denied vacation this year, this is a great time to start thinking about next season. In…

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IATA predicts aviation will not recover until 2024

No matter how hard we try to avoid reminding ourselves of the situation that befell us all with the coronavirus pandemic, it is inevitable to think about when life will return to normal and what the consequences will be. The devastating effects the pandemic had on the aviation industry have already been widely reported, and…

„Queen of the Skies“ production completes in 2022.

„Queen of the Skies“ production completes in 2022.

Following the announcement by Airbus that one of the legendary models, the A380, is going down in history and that production will stop in 2021 when the last model will be delivered to the Emirates, a similar announcement comes from Boeing. Boeing has confirmed that the production of the 747 will end after more than 50 years…