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The FAA is exploring the potential of aircraft-based augmentation of global navigation satellite system signals.
Aircraft Electronics Association has launched the AeroCareers website to help recruit the next generation of talent in the aerospace industry.
Ex-Brazilian Air Force brigadier Ary Rodrigues Bertolino has joined the civilian ranks at Airports Council International Latin America and the Caribbean.
Engima Labs has created a mobile app to develop an empirical network of UAP sightings for researchers.
In addition to the name change to Sullenberger, the museum is building a 105,000-sq-ft multi-building campus.
Southeast Aerospace designed an adapter plate for the Garmin GI 275 that it said simplifies installation.
Advanced aerodynamics, engines, and avionics power more performance.
After aiming to kick off flight test programs of hydrogen-powered aircraft by year's end, Universal Hydrogen and ZeroAvia are now eyeing early next year.
Following the establishment of a sustainable aviation fuel blender's tax credit under the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, the IRS has issued guidance.
The Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) will be immortalized at the Pima Air & Space Museum in Tucson, Arizona.