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supersonic planes are mounting a comeback—without that earth-shaking boom

You could be flying cross-country at better than Mach 1 within a decade. The post Supersonic Planes Are Mounting a Comeback—Without That Earth-Shaking Boom appeared first on WIRED.

presstv-iran says above 1,400 planes cross its skies daily

Iran says at least 1,400 planes cross its skies everyday – an announcement that a top military official in Tehran says is a proof of the country’s airspace security for regional and transregional airliners.“Today, Iran has been chosen [by airliners] as the safest air corridor in the Middle East,” Brigadier General Farzad Esmaili, the commander of Iran’s Air Defense Force, was quoted as saying by the domestic media.The official added that over 700,000 international flights carrying a collective of above 50 million passengers had used Iran’s skies over the past Iranian calendar that started 21 March 2016.Official figures show around 450 planes crossed Iran’s skies every day in 2014. However, the insurgency that Daesh militants waged in Iraq as well as the conflict in Ukraine pushed the numbe

presstv-iran receives 4 new atr planes

Iran has received the first batch of medium-range planes that it has purchased from Franco-Italian aviation player ATR.   Four ATR 72-600 turboprop planes landed in Tehran’s Mehrabad International Airport on a direct flight from the French city of Toulouse.The planes – the first from a total of 20 planes that are expected to be handed over to Iran – were handed over to national flag-carrier Iran Air on Tuesday.This brings the number of new additions to the Iranian aviation fleet to seven after earlier deliveries of three Airbus planes.Iran expects to receive five more ATRs by the end of 2017.   The value of the deal sealed with the company is estimated to be around $500 million.The planes – all ATR 72-600 – are twin-propeller aircraft that can carry 70 passengers.ATR officially handed over

presstv-iran’s kish airline to buy boeing, airbus planes

Iran’s Kish Airline has announced an ambitious plan to purchase over a dozen new planes from global aviation giant Airbus and Boeing.Kish Airline CEO Mohammad Taqi Jadidi was quoted by the domestic media that the plan envisaged buying 10 planes from Boeing and 6 more from Airbus. Jadidi told Iran’s IRNA news agency that the new Airbus planes would be added to his company’s fleet before the end of the current Iranian calendar year (21 March 2018).He added that Boeing planes would be purchased in the next Iranian year. Nevertheless, the official did not specify which specific models the purchases would involve. Kish Airline belongs to Kish Free Zone Organization and currently has 14 planes, including 2 Airbus-320, 2 Airbus-321, seven MD planes and 3 Fokker-100 planes, IRNA added in its repor

air india defends the sale of boeing 777 planes to etihad

CAG had rapped the airline for selling five planes below market price

presstv-iran says to receive atr planes ‘within days’

Iran says it expects to receive the first batch of planes from European aviation player ATR within the next few days. Iran’s Deputy Minister of Road and Urban Development for International Affairs Asghar Fakhrieh Kashan told the domestic media that four ATR planes would arrive in the country before Friday.Fakhrieh Kashan told the country’s state news agency IRNA that five more planes would be handed over to Iran until the end of 2017.  However, he did not provide a clear timetable for the deliveries.All the planes would be delivered to Iran’s national flag-carrier airline Iran Air, IRNA added.In April, Iran Air finalized an agreement with ATR to buy 20 planes from the company at an estimated cost of above $500 million.The planes – all ATR 72-600 – would be twin-propeller aircraft that can

company intends to build amphibious planes in brunswick

An aircraft manufacturer that intends to build two-seat, amphibious planes designed in Finland for the North American market is poised to become the first company to build planes at the former Brunswick Naval Air Station, officials said Tuesday.

presstv-airbus to sell 73 planes to iranian airlines

European aviation giant Airbus says it has signed basic agreements with two Iranian airlines over the purchase of a total of 73 planes. Airbus said in a statement that Iran’s Zagros Airlines would pick up 20 aircraft from the single-aisle Airbus A320neo family and eight A330neo planes.  It added that another airline – Iran Airtour – would also buy 45 planes of the A320neo type. The agreements were signed on the sidelines of the Paris Air Show.Iran Airtour in a statement put the value of its deal with Airbus at €4.5 billion.It added that the planes would be from A318, A319, A320, and A321 models with passenger capacities ranging from 100 to 240 people. Also,  Zagros Airlines CEO Seyed Abdolreza Mousavi told Iran’s domestic media that his company would lease the planes from Airbus. Airbus in

presstv-​iran’s qeshm air to buy 10 planes from boeing

Only a day after two Iranian airlines announced deals to purchase planes from European aviation giant Airbus, another Iranian carrier says it has sealed a third deal to buy advanced aircraft from US plane-maker Boeing.  Iran’s media quoted the head of Qeshm Air as saying on Friday that the company had placed an order for 10 Boeing 737 MAX planes. Mahmoud Shekarabi was quoted by Fars News Agency as saying that the purchase of an additional five planes from Boeing 737-800 family was also on agenda. Shekarabi added that the related deal with the American aviation major would be signed within the next two months. The purchase, he emphasized, followed months of negotiations in Mexico and Iran. The official also said Boeing would obtain the required licenses from the US Treasury Department for t

presstv-iran seals new plane purchase deal with boeing

Iran has signed a new agreement with US aviation giant Boeing for buying dozens of the company’s twinjet narrow-body passenger planes. The agreement involves the purchase of 30 Boeing 737 MAX planes as well as the purchase rights for an additional 30 planes of the same class. It was signed between Iran’s Aseman Airlines and Boeing in Tehran, the country’s IRNA news agency reported.  This came after almost a year of negotiations between Aseman Airlines and the US aviation giant, IRNA added. Boeing is to provide 50 planes of the same type to Iran’s flag-carrier airline Iran Air through a similar agreement. The overall value of Iran Air’s order that also involves 30 long-range wide-body 777 aircraft is estimated to be $16.6 billion. The planes are expected to be delivered to Aseman Airlines f

presstv-iran seals new plane purchase deal with boeing

Iran has signed a new agreement with US aviation giant Boeing for buying dozens of the company’s twinjet narrow-body passenger planes. The agreement involves the purchase of 30 Boeing 737 MAX planes as well as the purchase rights for an additional 30 planes of the same class. It was signed between Iran’s Aseman Airlines and Boeing in Tehran, the country’s IRNA news agency reported.  This came after almost a year of negotiations between Aseman Airlines and the US aviation giant, IRNA added. Boeing is to provide 50 planes of the same type to Iran’s flag-carrier airline Iran Air through a similar agreement. The overall value of Iran Air’s order that also involves 30 long-range wide-body 777 aircraft is estimated to be $16.6 billion. The planes are expected to be delivered to Aseman Airlines f

thank these riveting robots for planes that don’t fall apart

New robots on the Everett, Washington assembly line install the rivets that keep your plane in one piece. The post Thank These Riveting Robots for Planes That Don't Fall Apart appeared first on WIRED.

five stubborn misconceptions about jesus and the cross

Christians worldwide are commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus in Good Friday worship services, followed by celebration of his resurrection on Easter Sunday. But as often as the cross appears in Christian artwork and Western culture at large, misunderstandings and myths persist as to its history, origins and image. Here are five of the most stubborn misconceptions about Christianity's most prominent symbol.Myth No. 1
As often as the cross appears in Christian artwork, misunderstandings and myths persist. Photo: Fairfax MediaJesus' cross was consisted of an upright stake intersected partway down by a crossbeam.The iconic image of the Christian cross tends to feature a central vertical beam transected by a perpendicular beam about a third of the way down. This version of the cross is visi

five stubborn misconceptions about jesus and the cross

Christians worldwide are commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus in Good Friday worship services, followed by celebration of his resurrection on Easter Sunday. But as often as the cross appears in Christian artwork and Western culture at large, misunderstandings and myths persist as to its history, origins and image. Here are five of the most stubborn misconceptions about Christianity's most prominent symbol.Myth No. 1
As often as the cross appears in Christian artwork, misunderstandings and myths persist. Photo: Fairfax MediaJesus' cross was consisted of an upright stake intersected partway down by a crossbeam.The iconic image of the Christian cross tends to feature a central vertical beam transected by a perpendicular beam about a third of the way down. This version of the cross is visi

presstv-'iran to receive two airbus planes soon'

A top Iranian official says Tehran is set to receive two new planes from the giant European plane maker Airbus by March 20th. Iranian Minister of Roads and Urban Development, Abbas Akhoundi noted that the planes would be from the family of wide-body A330 jetliners. He expressed hope that by including the planes into Iran’s flag carrier, the Iranians can enjoy safe and secure air travels during Nowruz vacation.Last year, Iran signed a contract with Airbus to receive 100 planes from the company. Earlier this year, Airbus sent the first plane – an A321 – to Iran in January. Akhoundi told reporters at the time that the plane would be used in domestic flights.Last year, Iran also sealed a separate agreement to buy 80 planes from US manufacturer Boeing, beginning next year.The deal – which invol

walk the h&h grassroots eventing champs 90cm cross-country course

Take a virtual walk around the cross-country course at the inaugural Horse & Hound Grassroots Eventing Championships 80cm cross-country track.The course, at Keysoe in Bedfordshire, saw 44 competitors complete the course from 49 cross-country starters. Of those, 37 jumped clear and 18 horse and rider combinations finished inside the optimum time.

zunum aero's hybrid planes could halve the cost of us flights

Zunum Aero CEO Ashish Kumar says:"The shift of the industry to large aircraft and long ranges driven by gas turbines has concentrated almost all air traffic to just two percent of our airports, creating a massive transport gap over regional distances where there is no high-speed alternative. As a result, door-to-door times for most journeys are no better than they were 50 years ago. Hybrid propulsion is an industry-changing solution, enabling mid-sized aircraft on regional routes to have better cost efficiencies than airliners."The company's planes will only sip fuel only when they have to, leading to 80 percent lower emissions than comparable vehicles. As battery tech improves, they'll consume less and less fuel until they produce zero emission. Both of these are possible since the vehicl

presstv-iran expects first atr plane delivery soon

Iran’s national flag carrier Iran Air says it expects to receive the first of a series of planes purchased from ATR in two weeks.  Iran Air Managing Director Farhad Parvaresh told the domestic media that this would be part of the first batch of four turboprops which would be gradually delivered to Iran over the next few months. Parvaresh added that pilots had been sent to France to receive the required trainings from ATR for flying the planes.    In April, Iran Air signed an agreement with the French-Italian aircraft manufacturer to purchase a total of 20 medium-range turboprops. Parvaresh told Iran’s IRNA news agency that the planes would be used for flights to Iran’s provincial capitals as well as the country’s islands in the Persian Gulf. He added that they could also be used for flight

walk the h&h grassroots eventing champs 100cm cross-country course

Take a virtual walk around the cross-country course at the inaugural Horse & Hound Grassroots Eventing Championships 100cm cross-country track.The course, at Keysoe in Bedfordshire, saw 25 competitors complete the course from 26 cross-country starters. Of those, 15 jumped clear and six horse and rider combinations finished inside the optimum time.

walk the h&h grassroots eventing champs 80cm cross-country course

Take a virtual walk around the cross-country course at the inaugural Horse & Hound Grassroots Eventing Championships 80cm cross-country track.The course, at Keysoe in Bedfordshire, saw 47 competitors complete the course from 60 cross-country starters. Of those, 32 jumped clear and 14 horse and rider combinations finished inside the optimum time.

walk the h&h grassroots eventing champs 70cm cross-country course

Take a virtual walk around the cross-country course at the inaugural Horse & Hound Grassroots Eventing Championships 70cm cross-country track.The course, at Keysoe in Bedfordshire, saw 14 competitors complete the course from 27 cross-country starters. Of those, eight jumped clear and just one horse and rider combination finished inside the optimum time.

air traffic controllers say britain's skies are running out of room for planes

London: Air traffic controllers in the United Kingdom has warned that there are so many planes in the air that the country's skies are quickly running out of room.The National Air Traffic Control Service (NATS) expected Friday to be the busiest day of the year with a record 8,800 flights criss-crossing British airspace.
A composite photo captures planes taking off from Heathrow Airport. As many as 42 planes take off from Heathrow every hour.  Photo: Getty Images"We will soon reach the limits of what can be managed without delays rising significantly," said Jamie Hutchison, the director of NATS.Over the course of the northern summer, air traffic controllers in the UK will manage 770,000 flights, which is 40,000 more than last year.The reason for the uptick, according to NATS, is to do wit

presstv-iran air, atr sign plane purchase deal

Iran’s national flag-carrier airline Iran Air has signed a much-awaited contract with the European plane manufacturer ATR to purchase over a dozen planes – a yet another move taken in light of the government’s plans to rejuvenate the country’s ageing aviation fleet. The agreement involved 20 ATR 72-600s, a twin-propeller aircraft that can carry 70 passengers.  It was signed by Iran Air Managing Director Farhad Parvaresh and ATR CEO Christian Scherer.Parvaresh was quoted by the domestic media as saying that at least four ATR planes would be delivered to Iran Air within the next month, adding that five more would also be delivered by the end of 2017.The official further emphasized that the delivery of all planes would be completed by the end of 2018. He added that his company had an option t

could the fall of is 'caliphate' be the start of iran-us war?

Washington: Could we be sleepwalking towards another major war in the Middle East?On Sunday, an American jet downed a regime fighter aircraft, provoking a Russian threat to target the United States and its allies flying over eastern Syria.RAAF ceases Syria operationsVideo duration01:06Previous slideNext slideVideo duration00:51Iran fires missiles at militants in SyriaIran fires missiles at militants in SyriaIran launches a cross-border missile attack against IS militants in eastern Syria that it holds responsible for recent attacks in Tehran that left 18 dead.RAAF ceases Syria operationsVideo duration01:06Video duration01:06RAAF ceases Syria operationsRAAF ceases Syria operationsThe Australian airforce has halted operations in Syria after a US plane shot down a Syrian fighter jet, drawing

boeing’s test protocol for new planes is as brutal as you’d hope

Today will be easy. Tomorrow, not so much. The post Boeing's Test Protocol for New Planes Is as Brutal As You'd Hope appeared first on WIRED.

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