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Fusion Fuel Holds The Promise Of Limitless Clean Energy To Power The Planet: Dr Vivek Lall, Chief Executive, General Atomics Global Corp

General Atomics Global Corporation is led by world's leading aerospace scientist Dr. Vivek Lall. General Atomics is the global powerhouse of unmanned systems and pioneering firm in nuclear energy and space technology. Indian Navy has inducted two Sea Guardian drones on lease from GA and scouting for more for critical maritime ISR capabilities in the Indian Ocean Region. But GA's groundbreaking energy innovation in magnetic fusion research is vital scientific discovery as Fusion Fuel holds the promise of Limitless clean energy to power the Planet for millennia which could supplement existing renewables. In an exclusive interaction, Dr. Lall, Chief Executive speaks with BW Businessworld's Defence Editor Manish Kumar Jha on such critical technologies in civil nuclear, defence and space.

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Boeing Nears 737 MAX Order From Southwest Worth Billions

Boeing shares gained 6.4% to close at $245.34 on Wednesday. Southwest shares dipped 0.7% to close at $58.51.

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Boeing Unveils New Executive Performance Metrics Tied To Product Safety

The disbursal of a portion of the equity awards is linked to the safe return to service of the 737 MAX jets, and the successful entry into service of the 777X aircraft, among other conditions

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Boeing Looking For New $4 Billion Revolving Credit Facility

Investment-grade rated companies use revolving credit facilities as backstop financing, with these facilities remaining undrawn for the most part.

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Boeing, Hit With $6.6 Million FAA Fine, Faces Much Bigger 787 Repair Bill

The Federal Aviation Administration said Boeing had agreed to pay $6.6 million in penalties after the aviation regulator said it failed to comply with a 2015 safety agreement.

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FAA Orders Inspections Of Some Boeing 777 Engines After United Fire

South Korea's transport ministry on Wednesday ordered the grounding of all local airlines' Boeing 777s with PW4000 engines and would ban foreign carriers with those planes from entering its airspace from Thursday.

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Boeing Recommends Airlines Suspend Use Of Some 777s After United Incident

The moves involving Pratt & Whitney 4000 engines came after a United Airlines 777 landed safely at Denver International Airport on Saturday local time after its right engine failed.

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Tata Boeing Aerospace to make 737 Vertical Fin Structures at Hyderabad facility

Tata Boeing Aerospace to make 737 Vertical Fin Structures at Hyderabad facility

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Boeing Says Its Fleet Will Be Able To Fly On 100% Biofuel By 2030

Commercial flying currently accounts for about 2% of global carbon emissions and about 12% of transport emissions, according to data cited by the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG).

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Boeing Limps Into 2021 With More 737 MAX Cancellations, Delayed 787 Deliveries

Boeing handed over zero 787 Dreamliners to customers, as intensive inspections over recent production flaws compounded delays from the COVID-19 crisis.

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Boeing in touch with Sriwijaya Air after plane crash, ready to support families of victims

Boeing in touch with Sriwijaya Air after plane crash, ready to support families of victims

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Airbus Keeps Top Spot Despite 34% Drop In 2020 Jet Deliveries

Boeing delivered 118 jets between January and November and had a negative total of 454 net orders before accounting adjustments, giving Airbus an unassailable lead for the year.

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Boeing Will Pay $2.5 billion To Settle Charge Over 737 Max

The government will drop the criminal charge of conspiracy to defraud the US after three years if Boeing follows the terms of the settlement.

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Airbus To Be World's Largest Planemaker For Second Year

Airbus has halted initial assembly of the four-engined jet and has six left to deliver. Charter firm HiFly last week ended efforts to make profits out of a second-hand aircraft, meaning more A380s are seen likely to follow the ANA jet into storage.

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Boeing 'Inappropriately Coached' Pilots In 737 MAX Testing - US Senate Report

The report also noted Southwest Airlines was able to operate more than 150,000 flights carrying 17.2 million passengers on jets without confirmation that required maintenance had been completed.

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