Vahana Airbus Airbus 

Airbus electric plane made its first test flight

The successful test took place on January 31 in the United States. The new Airbus electric and self-guided aircraft, Vahana, made its first test flight at Pendleton UAS Range, located in the state of Oregon, United States, on January 31. The aircraft performs vertical takeoffs and landings, and during the test flight, amounted to 5 meters in height for a period of 53 seconds, before landing safely. The next day, the Vahana made a second test flight. The new aircraft aims to create a network of electric powered vehicles for urban…

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Baikal International Airport Baikal International Airport Russia 

Baikal Airport, in Russia, will receive improvements and a new international terminal

The works of the airport located to the east of Russia will demand an investment of 1.6 billion rubles. The new terminal will be ready in 2024. The Baikal International Airport (UUD) is located near the city Ulan-Ude, in the Republic of Buryatia of the Russian Federation. Thanks to its proximity to Lake Baikal, the airport receives numerous passengers from all over Russia and other countries who come to visit the area. Its annual passenger traffic is around 300 thousand people and one of the advantages of the Baikal Airport…

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Mexico City new airport Mexico 

The new Mexico City International Airport will start operations at the end of 2020

Its development is planned to serve 125 million users and become the largest hub for Latin America. The New Mexico City International Airport is a project that will replace the current International Airport of Mexico City (MEX) due to the saturation situation of the latter, which moved no less than 44,732,418 passengers during 2017. Located in the municipality of Ecatepec de Morelos, northeast of Mexico City, the New Mexico City International Airport will be built on an area of ​​4,430 hectares that are owned by the Federal Government. The project was…

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Berlin Brandemburg Airport Berlin-Brandenburg Airport Germany 

Berlin Brandenburg Willy Brandt Airport will open in 2020

Located 18 kilometers from the German capital, it will replace the current airports of Schönefeld and Tegel. The Berlin Brandenburg Willy Brandt Airport (BER) announced that the Flughafen Supervisory Board Berlin Brandenburg GmbH (FBB) approved the executive report on the planning of the start-up of the airport for October 2020. Initially, the airport had opening date in 2010, but a number of problems were delayed opening. Later the date of beginning of operations was postponed in time, becoming June 3, 2012, then March 17, 2013 and then in 2014. Finally,…

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