Luxair Acquires Fuel-Efficient Boeing 737-8 Jets

Luxembourgian airline, Luxair, has announced its plans to acquire four fuel-efficient Boeing 737-8 jets to expand its single-aisle fleet. The airline will lease two of the jets initially, with delivery expected for the summer, and purchase two directly. The move is aimed at providing increased capacity and connectivity to more destinations for More...

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Air Force One
By Eric Holder On Wednesday, October 12th, 2016

Air Force One Isn’t A Single Plane – And Other Things You Didn’t Know About The Air Force

The US air force is a massive operation. As a result, there’s much to learn about it. Here are some facts about US military you probably didn’t know. Air Force One Isn’t A Single Plane We like to think of More...

Commercial Aviation
By admin On Friday, July 1st, 2016

New IATA Data Reveals Positive Decline In Commercial Aviation Accidents

Each year, millions of people take to the skies. Traveling by air is convenient, affordable and accessible to most people these days. Domestic air travel is quicker and affordable than alternatives like car and More...

Budget Proposal
By Linden Tibbets On Wednesday, February 10th, 2016

NASA Budget Proposal Extends Divide B/W White & Congress

Every year President Obama presents a financial plan for NASA to Congress, and every year the House of Representatives and Senate basically hurl out those numbers and concoct their own figures. Since the President More...

Cargo Spacecraft
By Linden Tibbets On Tuesday, January 19th, 2016

Latest Cargo Spacecraft Of NASA Started Life As A Soviet Space Plane

A week ago when NASA recompensed Sierra Nevada an agreement to build up its Dream Chaser vehicle for payload conveyance to the International Space Station (ISS), it approved a configuration that goes back a large More...

Hybrid Powered AirPlanes
By Eric Holder On Thursday, January 7th, 2016

Toward Hybrid Powered AirPlanes NASA Is Progressing

NASA’s tries inside the climate do not get about as much consideration as their off world missions, yet they could affect our planet. Analysts at the NASA Glenn Research Center are chipping away at adding More...

Deep Space Habitat For Astronauts
By Eric Holder On Wednesday, December 30th, 2015

Congress Needs NASA To Build Deep Space Habitat For Astronauts And Must Be Finished By 2018

Despite the fact that clean has barely settled on NASA’s triumphant spending plan increment doled out by individuals from Congress this month, the organization is as of now working diligently demonstrating More...

NASA Tested 3D Printed Rocket
By Eric Holder On Saturday, December 26th, 2015

NASA Tested 3D Printed Rocket And It Successfully Worked

NASA has been building up the innovation to 3D-print a whole rocket motor, and it as of late tried a gathering of the parts it has officially made. The fruitful rocket terminating is a red hot evidence without bounds More...

NASA Reveals Mysterious JR1 Object Captured
By Linden Tibbets On Saturday, December 5th, 2015

NASA Reveals Image Of Mysterious JR1 Object Captured Through The Kuiper Belt 3.3 Billion Miles From Sun

Nasa’s New Horizon’s test may have passed Pluto, however it is as yet shocking researchers. It as of late took the nearest pictures ever of a far off Kuiper Belt item, catching a secretive question passing More...

Restart RS-25 Engine Production
By Linden Tibbets On Wednesday, November 25th, 2015

Restarting RS-25 Engine Production For SLS Mars Rocket By NASA

NASA stepped on the way to impel our space explorers back to profound space and at last on to Mars with the hotly anticipated choice to formally restart generation of the admired RS-25 motor that resolve the first More...