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Cleveland Hopkins Unveils New Green Roof

CLEVELAND HOPKINS – On June 23, 2017, Cleveland Hopkins International Airport unveiled a combined total of 8,000 square feet of green roof space on the roofs of the airport, which will capture 72,000 gallons of water per year. Using estimates from the Solid and Hazardous Waste Education Center, approximately 2.2 lbs. of nitrogen, 0.3 lbs. …

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Akron-Canton Becomes the First to Offer Self-Sanitizing Bins at TSA

THE CANTON REPOSITORY – Akron-Canton Airport has teamed with Western Reserve Hospital in Cuyahoga Falls to become the first airport using nano-technology to provide cleaner bins in the TSA lines. Travelers at Akron-Canton Airport will notice orange liners on the handles and mats inside bins used in the security line before entering the boarding area. …

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The Challenger 604XT: Nextant’s New Project

AIN – The Bombardier Challenger is Nextant Aerospace’s next remanufactured aircraft program, company executive vice president Jay Heublein revealed at the 2017 European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE). However, unlike Nextant’s 400 XTi (Beechjet) and G90XT (King Air 90) that were launched as complete tip-to-tail remanufactured aircraft programs, the 604XT was announced first as …

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Boeing Aims To Build 747-8s Faster – Aviation Week

The 747-8 has given Boeing more than one reason for concern. But a renewed sales push and technical upgrades are intended to ensure production rates can slowly increase again. Boeing is “very close” to reaching deals in sales campaigns for the 747-8 that would fill some empty production slots in 2016. “We want to be …

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