Marshall

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  1. NASA reveals new details of $28B Artemis lunar landing program by Don Jacobson Washington DC (UPI) Sep 23, 2020 stock illustration only NASA has released new details of its Artemis project to send astronauts to the surface of the moon by 2024, including the cost of its first phase - $28 billion. In an update provided by the space agency Monday, the administrators said $16.2 billion of the total would be to produce the initial Human Landing System - the new-generation moon landers which would carry astronauts to the lunar surface. If suc
  2. Amelia: Not sure where you got the GODs slant but as I posted earlier: I suggest you reach out to one of the Moderations listed under staff if you need further clarification.
  3. Air Canada Announces Longer-Term Refinancings to Replace Short-Term Facilities 23 September 2020Canadian Aviation News $787.7 million secured refinancing of 18 Airbus A220 aircraft US$552.6 million Class A and B Enhanced Equipment Trust Certificates, Series 2020-2 MONTREAL, Sept. 23, 2020 /CNW Telbec/ – Air Canada (TSX: AC) (the “Company”) today announced that it recently completed two longer-term refinancing transactions for a total amount of approximately $1.52 billion, replacing short-term facilities. The first transaction consists of a
  4. Typical, he seems to think that our money is his to do with whatever he wants. Promise to "Shoulder Debt". BS all he is doing in increasing the debt load and Canadians will eventually have to SHOULDER> Coronavirus: Trudeau says government will keep investing to ‘shoulder debt’ over Canadians Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday said that the federal government would keep investing to help Canadians because he would rather the government “shoulder debt” over the public, including by extending the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) through to next summer. He
  5. Likely would have been a waste of time. Here is evidently what the show is about:
  6. Air Canada Vacations increases COVID-coverage limit, extends plan to Saskatchewan residents 23 September 2020Canadian Aviation News From Travelweek Canada – link to story Wednesday, September 23, 2020 | Posted by Travelweek Group MONTREAL — Air Canada Vacations’ new COVID-19 Coverage & Assistance Plan, which launched last month, is now available to eligible travellers residing in Saskatchewan. The Plan, administered by Allianz Global Assistance, is included in ACV packages to Mexico and the Caribbean. It’s available to eligible travellers who book a
  7. Not most who voted Liberal even compares to this nut. Probably just plain insane like others of her ilk. Thank whoever that is the case.
  8. Extreme viewpoint is what we FREE humans are all about. If it wasn't we would be living in "The Brave New World" where everyone was bred, educated to hold the same reliefs and POV.
  9. Points mean absolutely nothing except that someone has liked your post. Since the likes are only subjective, they really have no value. For example, Deicer has lots of posts but relatively few points, all that means, rightly or not, he is not being responded to positively by folks in the herd who could give him a "like" I post a lot and have lots of points but that only means I strike a cord in others, it does not give me any stature of "Right". Just remember a lot of those that that MOB liked in history, were dictators.
  10. KLM offering twice-weekly service in circle route to Amsterdam 22 September 2020Canadian Aviation News September 22, 2020 Edmonton International Airport (EIA), Edmonton, AB – A vital connection to Europe and destinations beyond is returning to Edmonton with KLM Royal Dutch Airlines offering essential service from Edmonton International Airport (EIA). After a five month pause, KLM will resume offering its non-stop service from Edmonton to Amsterdam, beginning October 29, 2020. The twice weekly service will operate Thursdays and Saturdays with a 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft.
  11. Let us hope so. I guess the only want to make more certain would be to set up a test 7 or 8 hour flight with infected and non infected passengers and crew, then isolate all of them for 14 days and then quantify the results. Since that is not likely then I guess the following may be the path we go down.
  12. Airbus CEO warns on jobs after air travel market worsens 22 September 2020Canadian Aviation News From BNN Bloomberg – link to story Tara Patel, Bloomberg News An Airbus A330neo passenger aircraft stands on the final assembly line at the Airbus SE factory in Toulouse, France, on Monday, Nov. 26, 2018. Known as the A330neo for New Engine Option, the model was originally scheduled to join the TAP Air Portugal fleet from the end of 2017. , Bloomberg Airbus SE Chief Executive Officer Guillaume Faury stepped up his warning on forced job cuts at the Eur
  13. Yet another reason why keeping the border between the US and Canada at restricted entry is a good idea.
  14. How Canada’s Aviation Sector Is Placed Amid the Pandemic Vineet Kulkarni | September 22, 2020 | More on: AC TRZ Image source: Getty Images. It’s been more than six months now that Canadian airlines are operating with trivial capacities amid the virus outbreak. As aviation is a capital-intensive business, all airline companies worldwide are burning a sizable amount of cash every day. It will be important to see how Canadian airlines emerge from the crisis given some of the world’s stringent travel restrictions. Canadian aviation sector and stringent travel re
  15. Ginsburg Supreme Court: Republicans secure vote for replacement 13 minutes ago https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-54254141 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share Republicans have secured the numbers ne
  16. Seems that it is indeed possible to be infected by another passenger on a flight. https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/26/11/20-3299_article?ACSTrackingID=USCDC_333-DM38470&ACSTrackingLabel=Latest Expedited Articles - Emerging Infectious Diseases Journal - September 18%2C 2020&deliveryName=USCDC_333-DM38470
  17. Air Canada tops U.S. list of foreign airline complaints over refunds 21 September 2020Canadian Aviation News From BNN Bloomberg – link to story The Canadian Press | 21 September 2020 A lone passenger walks past the Air Canada check-in counter at Montreal-Trudeau International Airport in Montreal, on Wednesday, April 8, 2020. Air Canada plans to rehire 16,500 laid-off workers via Ottawa’s emergency wage subsidy, though the vast majority will remain at home amid the collapse of global travel triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic. , THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chia
  18. Nasa outlines plan for first woman on Moon by 2024 By Paul RinconScience editor, BBC News website 22 September 2020 Share Related Topics Artemis Image copyrightNASA The US space agency (Nasa) has formally outlined its $28bn (£22bn) plan to return to the Moon by 2024. As part of a programme called Artemis, Nasa will send a man and a woman to the lunar surface in the first landing with humans
  19. https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/politics/pmo-failed-to-check-with-key-former-employers-before-payette-s-appointment-as-governor-general-sources/ar-BB19hcE5?ocid=msedgdhp PMO failed to check with key former employers before Payette's appointment as Governor General: sources Ashley Burke, Kristen Everson 16 hrs ago Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his officials never conducted checks with Julie Payette's former employers at the Montreal Science Centre and the Canadian Olympic Committee that might have raised red flags about her behaviour with co-workers and subordinates before he
  20. Boeing nears decision on closing down 787 Dreamliner assembly in Everett by KOMO News Staff FILE - In this June 12, 2017, file photo, a Boeing 787 airplane being built for Norwegian Air Shuttle is shown at Boeing Co.'s assembly facility, in Everett, Wash. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File) CHICAGO - The Boeing Co. is nearing a decision on whether to move all 787 Dreamliner production to South Carolina, according to aviation experts and a new media report. The Reuters news service reported M