DEFENSE – LOCKHEED MARTIN SELLS 440 F-35 TO 11 COUNTRIES

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keywords: lockheed martin, f-35, defense, president trump. According to insistent rumors Lockheed Martin (LMT) is about to sign the firm order of 440 F-35 type aircraft destined for 11 different countries including the United States to deliver until 2020. The aircraft is already a commercial success. The F-35 is the flagship of the US defense industry and to date only 2 countries have it, the United States and Israel. This aircraft is, in the opinion of the experts, without any competitor at present, and thus gives a considerable advance to…

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LUXEMBOURG AIRPORT – RUNWAY REHABILITATION IN 2019

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keywords: luxembourg-findel airport, rehabilitation manoeuvring area, luxembourg. The National Directorate of Roads and Bridges is today communicating the planning of the rehabilitation of the Luxembourg-Findel airport manoeuvring area, the area covering the runway and the taxiways (service lanes), as well as the security implementation in adjacent surfaces and safety areas at runway ends. The call for tenders is planned for 2018 so that work can start as early as spring 2019. As part of this rehabilitation and upgrading work, during the preparatory phases the runway will be closed between midnight and…

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ROAD SAFETY – BETWEEN LANES TRAFFIC AUTHORISED ?

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keywords: road safety, interchange traffic, motorcycles, motorcyclists, luxembourg. The road safety targets in Luxembourg are very ambitious. In line with the UN’s objectives in this subject, the first is to halve the number of road victims between 2016 and 2020. The next objective, which has already been validated, is to divide by two again this number between 2020 and 2030. Long time considered as a bad pupil of Europe in terms of road safety, the Grand Duchy multiplies initiatives. And motorcycle safety is an issue that is not forgotten. Whereas…

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