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HAI and the Eastern Region Helicopter Council have partnered with PlaneNoise and the FAA for noise abatement solutions in the Washington, D.C. region.
Divergent views of hydrogen’s immediate potential have Boeing and Airbus at odds once again.
An Airbus H225 earlier this month performed the first-ever helicopter flight using 100 percent sustainable aviation fuel in all of its engines.
SAF transported via the Colonial Pipeline has reached a New York City airport for the first time.
Rolls-Royce is developing new-generation turbogenerator technology that will be the basis for small engines to power hybrid-electric aircraft.
The FAA released proposed rulemaking this week to establish FAR Part 38, fuel-efficiency metric requirements for certain large subsonic jet and turboprops.
Avfuel has struck a deal to purchase one billion gallons of sustainable aviation fuel from biocrude specialist Alder Fuels over the next 20 years.
Otto Aviation has confirmed plans for a 19-seat, hydrogen-powered version of its Celera aircraft that could be operated on flights of up to 1,000 nm.
Air Nostrum says it plans to be the launch operator for Hybrid Air Vehicles' 100-seat Airlander 10 airship on domestic routes of up to around 265 miles.
Universal Hydrogen said it has collected a firm order from prospective regional carrier Connect Airlines to covert 75 ATR 72-600s to hydrogen power.