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Under the 777 project, Werx will assist in the development of an STC for the conversion that will be owned by partner company Kansas Modification Center.
GE Aviation and the FAA are partnering on the development of noise- and emission-reducing technologies for aircraft engines.
JetPack Aviation's manned VTOL flying machines are gaining new ground with the sale of two JB12s to a Southeast Asian customer.
Honeywell and InfiniDome are developing anti-GPS jamming technology for urban air mobility and military vehicles.
Aerotec's Wichita Engineering Center is expected to initially employ 25 aerospace engineers.
A DOT Inspector General report has found the FAA “lacks sufficient oversight controls for managing its National Airspace System parts inventory."
PWC, Bell, and CAE could receive $685 million from Canada's support for electric aviation.
Aviation Blade Services has a new partnership agreement to support the main and tail rotor blades on Taiwan's S-70/UH60s.
Researchers at Washington State University say they have developed a process for turning waste plastics into jet fuel.
A new study published this week points to SAFs benefits besides lifecycle carbon emissions, and how they must be calculated into aviation's climate impact.