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04 December 2020

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December 04 2020 12:11:15 Turkish-German airline pioneering new check-in COVID-19 test (4)
ISTANBUL With a groundbreaking new virus test available at check-in, with speedy results, Turkish-German joint venture SunExpress is looking to take the worry out of air travel in the age of coronavirus. The company will be the first airline to offer free-of-charge, voluntary rapid antigen testing for flights from Germany to Turkey, SunExpress CEO Max Kownatzki told Anadolu Agency in an exclusive interview.
World's largest drone set to launch satellites into orbit (2)
Drone drops rocket in flight which shoots payload into space Graeme Massie Los Angeles Friday 04 December 2020 18:51 The world's largest drone is set to launch satellites into space after being unveiled by a US startup rocket company. The 80ft long Ravn X drone can fly from any runway that is at least a mile long and drops a rocket in midair that shoots small satellites into orbit. Aevum, who unveiled the 60ft wide and 18ft tall drone, say they will be
Boeing again cutting widebody production rate (2)
Business Boeing again cutting widebody production rate Boeing Co is reducing its 787 widebody production to five jets monthly in mid-2021 from six, and delivered zero 787s to customers in November, as longer-haul travel demand remains weakened by the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S.
Boeing 777 Makes Emergency Landing At Japan's Naha Airport - Reports (2)
Umer Jamshaid Fri 04th December 2020 | 12:06 PM A passenger aircraft Boeing 777 owned by the Japan Airlines (JAL) company has made an emergency landing at the Japanese airport located in the northern city of Naha due to a malfunction in the plane's left engine, the NHK broadcaster reported on Friday TOKYO (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 04th December, 2020) A passenger aircraft Boeing 777 owned by the Japan Airlines (JAL) company has made an emergency
Asian stocks lower after Pfizer cuts vaccine shipment plans (3)
In this photo provided by the New York Stock Exchange, specialist James Denaro works at his post on the trading floor, Thursday Dec. 3, 2020. U.S. stocks are inching further into record heights Thursday, as Wall Street continues to coast following its rocket ride last month powered by hopes for coming COVID-19 vaccines.
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