Tag: Engineering

Gediminas Ziemelis: The Air in a Plane Is Filtered And 99.97% Sterile

According to the studies of the European Aviation Safety Agency  the air in the aircraft is changed every 2-3 minutes and the filters it goes through are able to eliminate even coronavirus. Gediminas Ziemelis The main question nowadays, at the time of global coronavirus outbreak, is whether...

35,000 school children tune-in to ‘Aviation Live’

Thirty-five thousand students from three hundred UK schools tuned into ‘Aviation Live’ on the 4th February in a real-time broadcast designed to inspire young people to consider a career in aviation.   Children from as far away as Scotland and Cornwall tuned into the broadcast at Oakwood S...

AerSale Component Solutions Receives FAA Approval to Overhaul Landing Gear

AerSale Component Solutions, a division of AerSale, Inc., have announced that it has received approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to overhaul Boeing 737, 757, and 767 series aircraft landing gear. FAA approval to overhaul landing gear for the Airbus A320 family of aircraft is ex...

Boeing to Give $48 Million in Grants to More Than 400 Global Charitable Organizations

Boeing to Give $48 Million in Grants to More Than 400 Global Charitable Organizations

In observance of Giving Tuesday, Boeing today announced a 2019 charitable grants package totaling more than $48 million. The grants will support 404 charitable organizations in 50 countries, funding programs through 2020 and beyond. This latest investment puts Boeing on track to surpass $230 millio...

Mallaghan Engineering plans to create 60 jobs in Dungannon

Mallaghan Engineering plans to create 60 jobs in Dungannon

Irelands Mallaghan Engineering is set to create 60 jobs in Dungannon County Tyrone after securing a multi-million-pound contract to build a fleet of airport buses. Ryanair has initially ordered a fleet of 32 Mallaghan 50W airport buses, to be delivered in the next 12 months. Ronan Mallaghan...

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