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    Airbus unveils first base for its very high altitude UAV

    Europe-based global aerospace and defence company Airbus Defence and Space recently announced, in Australia, that it had opened the first operational launch site for its Zephyr “High Altitude Pseudo-Satellite” (Haps) at the Western Australian town of Wyndham. The Zephyr is a very high (stratospheric) altitude Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), powered by solar energy, with an average operating ceiling of 21 km (70 000 ft).

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    Airbus unveils first base for its very high altitude UAV

    Europe-based global aerospace and defence company Airbus Defence and Space recently announced, in Australia, that it had opened the first operational launch site for its Zephyr “High Altitude Pseudo-Satellite” (Haps) at the Western Australian town of Wyndham. The Zephyr is a very high (stratospheric) altitude Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), powered by solar energy, with an average operating ceiling of 21 km (70 000 ft).

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    Iata urges African States to cooperate with it to develop regional aviation

    The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has highlighted the benefits to Africa brought by cooperation between it and the Governments across the continent. The aim was to facilitate air connectivity across Africa that was efficient, safe and …

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    Iata urges African States to cooperate with it to develop regional aviation

    The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has highlighted the benefits to Africa brought by cooperation between it and the Governments across the continent. The aim was to facilitate air connectivity across Africa that was efficient, safe and …

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    Airbus unveils first base for its very high altitude UAV

    Europe-based global aerospace and defence company Airbus Defence and Space announced in Australia on Monday that it had opened the first operational launch site for its Zephyr “High Altitude Pseudo-Satellite” (Haps) at the Western Australian town of Wyndham. The Zephyr is a very high (stratospheric) altitude Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), powered by solar energy. “The official opening of the Airbus Wyndham launch site in Western Australia, the world’s first operational Haps site, marks the start of a new era for Zephyr,” highlighted Airbus Unmanned Aerial Systems head (Ms) Jana Rosenmann. “We are proud to see Australia become part of the Zephyr operational network.”

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    Airbus unveils first base for its very high altitude UAV

    Europe-based global aerospace and defence company Airbus Defence and Space announced in Australia on Monday that it had opened the first operational launch site for its Zephyr “High Altitude Pseudo-Satellite” (Haps) at the Western Australian town of Wyndham. The Zephyr is a very high (stratospheric) altitude Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), powered by solar energy. “The official opening of the Airbus Wyndham launch site in Western Australia, the world’s first operational Haps site, marks the start of a new era for Zephyr,” highlighted Airbus Unmanned Aerial Systems head (Ms) Jana Rosenmann. “We are proud to see Australia become part of the Zephyr operational network.”

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    Global airline body calls on African Governments to cooperate with it

    The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has highlighted the benefits to Africa brought by cooperation between it and the Governments across the continent. The aim was to facilitate air connectivity across Africa that is efficient, safe and sustainable. In turn, this would ensure the maximum beneficial socioeconomic impact of aviation across the continent.

    “African aviation supports $55.8-billion of economic activity and 6.2-million jobs,” highlighted IATA Director General and CEO Alexandre de Juniac at the 50th Annual General Assembly of the African Airline Association in Morocco. “To enable aviation to be an even bigger driver of prosperity across the continent, we must work closely with Governments.”

    The safety of African aviation has clearly improved. “Africa has had no jet hull losses for two years running and is two years free of any fatalities on any aircraft type, it’s clear that progress is being made,” he said.

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    Global airline body calls on African Governments to cooperate with it

    The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has highlighted the benefits to Africa brought by cooperation between it and the Governments across the continent. The aim was to facilitate air connectivity across Africa that is efficient, safe and sustainable. In turn, this would ensure the maximum beneficial socioeconomic impact of aviation across the continent.

    “African aviation supports $55.8-billion of economic activity and 6.2-million jobs,” highlighted IATA Director General and CEO Alexandre de Juniac at the 50th Annual General Assembly of the African Airline Association in Morocco. “To enable aviation to be an even bigger driver of prosperity across the continent, we must work closely with Governments.”

    The safety of African aviation has clearly improved. “Africa has had no jet hull losses for two years running and is two years free of any fatalities on any aircraft type, it’s clear that progress is being made,” he said.

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    Solid relations between India and South Africa good for bilateral trade and investment

    South Africa and Indian already have a solid framework for strong relations, not least in the areas of trade and investment, Indian High Commissioner to South Africa (Ms) Ruchira Kamboj tells “Engineering News”. “India and South Africa are old friends  and historical partners,” she highlights. “Don’t forget we are Brics [Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa alignment] countries, members of IBSA [India, Brazil, South Africa], and we are both members of the Commonwealth. And we are both countries of the Global South.”

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    Solid relations between India and South Africa good for bilateral trade and investment

    South Africa and Indian already have a solid framework for strong relations, not least in the areas of trade and investment, Indian High Commissioner to South Africa (Ms) Ruchira Kamboj tells “Engineering News”. “India and South Africa are old friends  and historical partners,” she highlights. “Don’t forget we are Brics [Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa alignment] countries, members of IBSA [India, Brazil, South Africa], and we are both members of the Commonwealth. And we are both countries of the Global South.”

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