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  1. Here’s what Lockheed will have to do to make up for F-35 spare parts problems By: Valerie Insinna   36 minutes ago Two F-35s bank after receiving fuel over the Midwest on Sept. 19, 2019. The two aircraft were in route to the 158th Fighter Wing out of the Vermont Air National Guard Base, South Burlington, Vt., the first Air National Guard unit to receive the aircraft. (Master Sgt. Ben Mota/U.S. Air Force)
  2. 24 arrested after protesters clash with police in Portland By Staff The Associated Press Posted September 29, 2020 1:00 pm Updated September 29, 2020 1:01 pm https://globalnews.ca/news/7366140/24-arrested-portland-protest/ Warning: This video contains violent content. Discretion advised. WATCH: Portland protests: Police arrest more than 20 demonstrators overnight Oreganss largest city late Monday, with demonstra
  3. Is this still the case, I thought that had changed with ? WestJet employees worried as wage subsidy cut in half BY JACKIE PEREZ, DEREK CRADDOCK Posted Sep 29, 2020 10:28 am MDT Last Updated Sep 29, 2020 at 10:29 am MDT CALGARY (CityNews) – WestJet employees have been left to contemplate the future of their industry, their career, and paying their bills as the federal wage subsidy was cut in half. It’s left many workers forced to take mandatory leave in limbo as one flight attendant speaks out on the struggles she’s
  4. WestJet Has Only Banned 11 Flyers Due To Mask Refusal 29 September 2020Canadian Aviation News From Simple Flying – link to story by Joanna Bailey | September 29, 2020 WestJet was the first Canadian airline to introduce no exemption mask rules, using a yellow card system to warn fliers about noncompliance. Chief Operating Officer of WestJet, Jeff Martin, revealed last week that, so far, only 90 incidents have occurred, with just 11 passengers being added to the no-fly list. WestJet’s passengers have been highly compliant, with only 11 placed on the
  5. Still dishing out our money around the world to support his need to "feel good" with no regard to if we can afford it. POLITICS | News Trudeau pledges additional $400 million in humanitarian aid to fight COVID-19 Mike Blanchfield The Canadian PressStaff Contact Published Tuesday, September 29, 2020 9:34AM EDTLast Updated Tuesday, September 29, 2020 10:18AM EDT Watch PM Trudeau's full speech to the UN
  6. How Quebec went from COVID-19 success story to hot spot in 30 days CBC/Radio-Canada 5 hrs ago Player's Own Voice podcast: Ted-Jan Bloemen's unique path S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller: US home prices rise 3.9% in July A little over a month ago, Health Minister Christian Dubé congratulated Quebecers for their hard work at containing the spread of the coronavirus. It was a Tuesday, Aug. 25, and the province had registered just 94 new cases of COVID-19 in the previous 24 hours. "We have really succeeded at controlling the transmission of COVID," Dubé said at a news conferenc
  7. Singapore Airlines rethinks 'flights to nowhere' idea, will instead turn Airbus into pop-up restaurant 'Restaurant A380' is just one of three ideas the airline is trying out in the coming months By Michael Bartiromo | Fox News Facebook Twitter Flipboard Comments Print Email Video United Airlines offering COVID-19 tests to some fliers GoH
  8. Unmanned The Air Force’s robot pilot returns to the skies Nathan Strout 5 hours ago The Air Force Research Laboratory took its ROBOpilot out for a test flight Sept. 24. (AFRL photo) A developmental robot pilot that transforms manned aircraft into unmanned systems is flying again after the Air Force Research Laboratory took its ROBOpilot out for a test flight at Dugway Proving Ground, Utah, Sept. 24. ROBOpilot’s name belies the simplicity of the program. In order to turn a mann
  9. Airbus Mulls Two-Year Furlough in Production to Limit Job Cuts 27 September 2020Canadian Aviation News From BNN Bloomberg – link to story Charlotte Ryan and James Regan, Bloomberg News | 26 September 2020 Protective covers sit on the turbofan engines and landing gear of an Airbus SE A330 passenger at Chateauroux airport in Chateauroux, France, on Thursday, Aug. 27, 2020. The single-runway airport located in France’s flat, central basin has turned away airlines seeking to store more planes — a sign the global aviation slump is deeply set despite some easin
  10. The Last A380 Just Rolled Off Airbus’ Production Line. It May Never Fly A Single Passenger. Eric TeglerContributor Aerospace & Defense The last ever Airbus A380 awaits final assembly[+] AVIATION TOULOUSE @FRENCHPAINTER Airbus completed initial assembly of the last A380, the world’s largest passenger https://www.forbes.com/sites/erictegler/2020/09/25/the-last-a380-superjumbo-just-rolled-off-airbus-production-line-will-it-ever-fly-passengers/amp/
  11. https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20200924005830/en/Lack-of-Detail-From-Liberals-Sends-WestJet-Workers-Into-Panic Lack of Detail From Liberals Sends WestJet Workers Into Panic Flight attendants on CEWS see income cut in half September 24, 2020 02:26 PM Eastern Daylight Time CALGARY, Alberta--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Federal government announced yesterday it would extend the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy
  12. Informers used to receive witness protection and since reporters can now with impunity make up stories , I guess the new term fits