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The Covid crisis resulted in aviation emissions falling by more than half last year, according to Eurocontrol.
Aviation’s commitment to reduce carbon emissions by 50 percent by 2050 will require jets to fly on 100-percent SAF well before then, says Boeing.
The FAA is undertaking a range of noise research and released the results of one such study that found annoyance to aircraft noise intensifying.
Avfuel has inked a strategic partnership with sustainable aviation fuel provider Neste to create continous SAF supplies for its U.S. customers.
Signature Aviation has been awarded a grade of “A” by the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), an environmental non-profit.
The U.S. EPA issued a final rule on greenhouse gas emission standards for large turbine airplanes, aligning them with ICAO standards.
Conseil et Technique believes it can make electric power work for airliners by moving propulsion hardware off wings and to the rear of the fuselage.
Deutsche Aircraft believes a slow recovery from Covid will inspire airlines to exploit the cost efficiency of turboprop aircraft like its new D328eco.
Honeywell, MagniX, Cambridge Consultants and Nova Systems named as program partners for Faradair's Bio Electric Hybrid Aircraft.
A new design featuring six eight-bladed pods mounted beneath the aircraft wing represents Airbus’s latest effort to “scale up” hydrogen-powered engines.