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Franco-Italian airframer ATR will assess hydrogen to power its turboprops, but it cautions the fuel might not be a feasible solution for most customers.
The European aerospace group is stepping up research efforts with two new programs centered on improving the efficiency of aircraft wings.
Airbus announced that by November, all aircraft from its U.S. manufacturing facility in Alabama will be delivered with sustainable aviation fuel.
Under a new government funding plan, the Il-96 airliner would be fitted with new PD-35 turbofans to provide an improved alternative to Western aircraft.
Alaska-based start-up Northern Pacific Airways is building its fleet around the Boeing 757-200 airliner as it prepares to launch services in 2022.
France's Lyon-Saint Exupery Airport is hosting a pilot project to supply hydrogen fuel through a partnership with Airbus and Air Liquide.
Gol will bring a fleet of Vertical Aerospace's VA-X4 eVTOL aircraft into commercial service from 2024 through a deal with leasing group Avolon.
From early November, fully vaccinated passengers from multiple countries will be permitted to fly to the U.S., ending 18 months of Covid restrictions.
The partners will operate a test flight with a ATR72 turboprop regional airliner early next year with one engine burning 100% SAF and the other one 50%.
The Asia-Pacific carrier will study how Airbus's planned Zero E hydrogen airliners could be integrated into its domestic and regional flight network.