Delta Air Lines, Inc names Paul A. Jacobsen as CFO
Someone not authorized to speak publicly on the possible bid by Delta Air Lines, Inc. for AMR Corporation has informed us Delta has hired Blackstone Group to look into this matter.
Delta Names Paul A. Jacobson as Chief Financial Officer
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Progress toward enabling manned and unmanned aircraft to share common airspace slow but encouraging
Posted by John Keller
MUNICH, Germany, 21 March 2012. Transforming the world’s air traffic control (ATC) systems to accommodate commercial and military aircraft, as well as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) is proceeding, but is proving to be difficult, says the military representative to the European air traffic management (ATM) authority EUROCONTROL.
Progress to integrating manned and unmanned aircraft in shared airspace has been slow, and predictions about when manned and unmanned aircraft integration may occur have been unreliable, says Brig Gen. Hans-Georg Schmidt, vice commander of the 1st German Air Division, and the elected chairman of the Military Air Traffic Management Board of EUROCONTROL.
Schmidt made his comments today at the Avionics Europe 2012 conference and trade show in Munich, Germany, sponsored by Avionics Intelligence and PennWell.
- New Iranian drone capable of carrying out military and border patrol missions announced. Soon in the Syrian airspace? (theaviationist.com)
- Vietnam plans to make unmanned aircraft (lookatvietnam.com)
It's reported by CBS Evening News that a 17-year-old Angela Zhang unveiled an insanely amazing breakthrough–a revolutionary new way of treating cancer without making people sick in the process. Sounds like something out of a futuristic sci-fi book, but it’s real–Angela came up with the idea, built it, tested it and (according to all the experiments that have been done by her and other experts) found out that it works!