The new RQ-4B Global Hawk is the next generation of the original RQ-4A configuration, and is designed to carry 3,000 pounds of payload, 50 percent more than its’ predecessor. This increased capability will allow the Air Force to install additional sensors on the air vehicle, increasing the amount and types of information available to warfighters. Global Hawk flies flies for more than 35 hours at a time at an altitude of more than 60,000 feet above weather and winds. It provides detailed intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance information in near-real time over 40,000 square miles.
Jet Aviation obtains FOCA approval for line maintenance in Zurich
Jet Aviation announced today that it has successfully obtained approval from the Swiss Federal Office of Civil Aviation (FOCA) for its line maintenance repair station in Zurich. The facility is authorised to perform line maintenance on a range of business aircraft. Jet Aviation launched line maintenance in Zurich in May 2022, under a temporary extension