Category: Analysis

The precipice of global conflict, Europe’s role

The precipice of global conflict, Europe’s role

Date 17.1.2024

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The year 2024 marks a critical juncture in global affairs, with Europe positioned at the epicenter of profound geopolitical shifts. Recent developments signal a departure from the long-standing era of relative peace and stability, moving towards heightened tensions and military posturing. The assertion by the UK’s Defence Secretary, Grant Shapps, that “the era of peace […]

Job Air Technic: The symphony of non-destructive testing and aviation expertise

Job Air Technic: The symphony of non-destructive testing and aviation expertise

Date 20.11.2023

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In the precise and high-stakes realm of aviation, Job Air Technic (JAT), nestled in the heart of Ostrava’s airport in the Czech Republic, emerges as a pinnacle of aircraft maintenance excellence. This reputable establishment is an integral member of the CZECHOSLOVAK GROUP, under the umbrella of its division, CSG Aerospace. At the helm of JAT’s […]

Navigating the Turbulent Skies: The Aerospace Industry in 2022 and Beyond

Navigating the Turbulent Skies: The Aerospace Industry in 2022 and Beyond

Date 9.3.2023

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The aviation industry is facing turbulence due to the war in Ukraine, inflation, and energy crisis (mainly in Europe), which is probably the largest individual loss ever to hit areas of the aviation insurance market. Inflation is increasing costs across the industry and challenging insurers as it affects nominal premium growth and global demand. The […]

The export of arms to Russia despite the embargo is a disgrace to the whole EU!

The export of arms to Russia despite the embargo is a disgrace to the whole EU!

Date 30.3.2022

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The export of arms to Russia despite the embargo is a disgrace to the whole EU! So far, four packages of sanctions have been approved at the EU level against Russia in response to the attack on Ukraine. What is less well known, however, is that some of the sanctions were already imposed after Russia’s […]

The aviation industry is recovering. The insurance market remains alert

The aviation industry is recovering. The insurance market remains alert

Date 12.9.2021 PR article

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    While the current pandemic has been unprecedented both for the industry and humankind in terms of its disruptive impact, it’s not the first challenge aviation has ever dealt with. Previous challenges were presented by the September 11 terrorist attacks in 2001, the SARS outbreak from November 2002 to July 2003, and the Global Financial […]

Eject, Eject, Eject!

Eject, Eject, Eject!

Date 13.9.2021

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  The in-flight rescue of pilots became a topic from the very start of war aircraft deployment. Dogfights, often resulting in a shot-down of one plane, usually called for the pilot’s bailout out of the cockpit. And while with the early biplanes the task was easy – open the canopy, unstrap from the seat and jump out – […]

Made in  Czech Republic: domestic companies are unlocking doors on foreign markets

Made in Czech Republic: domestic companies are unlocking doors on foreign markets

Date 31.8.2021

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What do cargo aircraft, air surveillance, and regional airports have in common? Solutions in the form of Made in the Czech Republic. Even though the aerospace industry’s share in the Czech Republic’s total exports is less than 1%, it remains an indisputable fact that the domestic aerospace sector has long been focused on foreign markets and most […]

THE THIRD HYDROGEN AVIATION CYCLE

THE THIRD HYDROGEN AVIATION CYCLE

Date 24.5.2021

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The idea of using hydrogen as fuel in aviation has been around for 75 years. The hydrogen-related research activities repeat themselves in what could be looked upon as cycles. Today we are part of the third hydrogen aviation cycle.    Airbus, NASA, and ZeroAvia – three very different aerospace companies are now implementing the use […]

For pilots with both feet on the ground: Czech UAV history

For pilots with both feet on the ground: Czech UAV history

Date 16.3.2021

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Unmanned aerial vehicles are frequently considered a game changer in the aviation industry. It is not only because of their ability of autonomous flight, but also because they redefine the aviation industry’s map. While the manned planes market is more or less dominated by only a dozen countries with a longstanding aviation tradition, the UAVs are primarily sold by […]

The urban mobility gold rush

The urban mobility gold rush

Date 16.3.2021

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  It is impossible to make a debut at this incredibly high-quality magazine and not brim with excitement. I feel honoured to be given this space and I hope that I can introduce the esteemed ACE readers to new frontiers of innovation and investment in the aviation sector. This author is based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, a global leader […]

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