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AstraZeneca CEO expects to run new global trial of COVID-19 vaccine - Bloomberg

福利网站 AstraZeneca is likely to run an additional global trial to assess the efficacy of its COVID-19 vaccine using a lower dosage, its chief executive was quoted as saying on Thursday amid questions over the results of its late-stage study.

Russia should look again at terms of ISS participation - space industry official

Russia should consider revising the terms of its participation in the International Space Station, a Russian space industry executive said on Thursday, because it wants to focus on forming its own orbiting outpost after 2024.

Aviation bodies seek airport slots waiver for much of 2021

福利网站 Global aviation heavyweights led by airline body IATA are pushing to suspend airport slot access rules until October 2021, a document seen by Reuters showed, while giving some ground to budget carriers angered by measures they deem anti-competitive.

Turkey does not expect U.S. sanctions over Russian S-400s under Biden

Turkey does not expect ties with the United States to be strained under President-elect Joe Biden and does not anticipate sanctions over its purchase of Russia S-400 defence systems, a senior official in President Tayyip Erdogan's AK Party said.

South Korea's Moon vows to work with China to end war, build peace on Korean peninsula - Blue House

福利网站 South Korea's President Moon Jae-in said on Thursday that he will continue to work with China to end war and build lasting peace on the Korean peninsula, his office said.

Bodycote to restructure business again, expects aerospace market to remain weak

Bodycote Plc said on Thursday it would carry out another restructuring, similar to the one in the first half that included more than 900 job cuts, as it expects the civil aerospace market to remain weak for at least the next 18 months.

Reduced to meeting online, airlines vow to keep fighting

福利网站For an industry that prides itself on bringing people together, it was a particular humiliation for airlines to have to resort to video conferencing for their annual industry meeting this week - and not one they are ready to repeat.

Airlines expect to avoid Brexit disruption as transition ends

福利网站 Airlines are hopeful that Brexit-related disruption can be avoided, as Britain and the European Union continue negotiations on their future relationship after the Dec. 31 end of the transition period, the sector's main global body said.

Thanksgiving travelers give U.S. airports their busiest weekend since March

WASHINGTON/CHICAGO (Reuters) -More than 3 million airline passengers passed through U.S. airports over the weekend, disregarding calls to avoid Thanksgiving trips and making it the busiest air-travel weekend since coronavirus lockdowns hit in mid-March.

Europe sets in motion January end to Boeing 737 MAX safety ban

European regulators on Tuesday began the timetable for a return of the Boeing 737 MAX to Europe's skies early next year after an almost two-year flight ban caused by fatal crashes.

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