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Wiking Helicopter Services just took delivery of a new H145, bringing its fleet to four H145s used in sea pilot transfers,  and technician wind farm transports from their base Wilhelmshaven, Emden, Wick (UK) and soon from Beccles (UK), Eemshaven and Den Helder (NL).  

How helicopters keep our world running during COVID-19

Learn how WIKING Helikopter Service continues to maintain offshore wind farms and helps to keep maritime trade infrastructure working efficiently

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A layered approach to flying  

A layered approach to flying

Harvard study indicates air travel is as safe or safer than daily activities

The International Space Station photographed by Expedition 56 crew members from a Soyuz spacecraft after undocking. NASA astronauts Andrew Feustel and Ricky Arnold and Roscosmos cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev executed a fly around of the orbiting laboratory to take pictures of the station before returning home after spending 197 days in space. The station will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the launch of the first element Zarya in November 2018. Credit: NASA  

From Earth orbit to the Moon…and beyond!

Future exploration of the cosmos will benefit from Airbus’ more than 20 years’ involvement with the International Space Station

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Two hybrid-hydrogen turbofan engines provide thrust. The liquid hydrogen storage and distribution system is located behind the rear pressure bulkhead.  

Hydrogen combustion, explained

How hydrogen’s unique properties are ideal for engine combustion

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A Tiger team's daring rescue of a downed Gazelle crew in Mali

A Tiger team's daring rescue of a downed Gazelle crew in Mali

Orders and deliveries Commercial Aircraft

Toulouse / Mirabel, Tuesday 10th July 2018 – Airbus has revealed the A220 at a ceremony held at its Henri-Ziegler Delivery Centre, near Toulouse.

The A330 Family legacy continues with the 1,500th delivery

The A330neo is powering the family into the future with its new engine and wing technology to drive a step-change in performance and economics – 25% lower fuel burn and CO2 emissions when compared with the previous generation aircraft.

Discovery Space Learning Guides for kids

Hydrogen combustion, explained

Getting life-saving satellite imagery to where it’s needed most

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Visit our new section dedicated to Security topics

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