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NASA has awarded GE Aviation and Pratt & Whitney $18.8 million worth of contracts to help advance development of a smaller, more efficient engine core.
IATA director general Willie Walsh accused the UK government of hypocrisy, suggesting new passenger duties are a cash grab disguised as a green tax.
As Breeze Airways unveiled its first A220 at Airbus’s Alabama assembly plant, FlightSafety and Pratt & Whitney celebrated their own related contracts.
Airbus, Boeing, Dassault Aviation, GE Aviation, Pratt & Whitney, Rolls-Royce, and Safran issue a statement to policymakers on environmental priorities.
Mitsubishi's MHIRJ business unit is to install ZeroAvia's hydrogen conversion kits on CRJs, while Alaska Air will re-engine its Dash 8 Q400 fleet.
FAA Administrator Steve Dickson has outlined actions the FAA is taking in the aftermath of the Max crashes, including limits on delegation.
Japan Airlines could take up to 100 of Vertical Aerospace's eVTOL aircraft, and Amedeo has committed to Aura Aero's 19-seat hybrid-electric commuter.
In collaboration with Boeing and World Energy, Rolls-Royce flew a Trent 1000 on a 747 testbed with unblended sustainable aviation fuel.
A new company founded by Alaska Airlines, called Alaska Star Ventures, aims to advance emerging technologies geared toward neutralizing carbon emissions.
GKN's new UK global technology center is a hub collaboration with partners on new aerospace technologies, including new manufacturing techniques.