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Airbus flying laboratory dedicated to evaluating future UAM and helicopter innovations.
The Teledyne $8 billion acquisition of FLIR is anticipated to close midyear, bringing together two major players in the proprietary sensor field.
The Flight School Association of North America announced it will hold its upcoming annual International Flight School Conference as a live event.
Global energy and commodity price benchmarking index Argus announced today that it will begin including the SAF price for U.S. West Coast markets.
GE Aviation’s Digital Group has joined the GE’s software business, GE Digital.
A newly-released report from the World Economic Forum says that a transition to carbon-neutral flying is possible.
Astronautics Corporation has received additional FAA funding to continue with phase two of its Aircraft Systems Information Security/Protection study.
Shell and Neste have signed a supply agreement that will provide Shell with its first European-produced sustainable aviation fuel.
NDB says its self-charging nano diamond batteries will be far more efficient than current technologies and will not require any supporting infrastructure.
Air bp and sustainable fuel producer Neste have inked an agreement to increase the flow of SAF over the coming year.