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A “green” hydrogen ecosystem ranks as a key element in the realization of Airbus’s ambitions to bring hydrogen-powered airliners to market by 2035.
Despite the region's long involvement with petroleum, World Fuel is fielding queries from Middle Eastern customers regarding sustainable aviation fuel.
The implementation of the Single Europe Sky project could save up to 10 percent of CO2 emissions across the region by modernizing air traffic management.
A recent survey by Airbus Corporate Jets finds support from U.S. corporate aviation in sustainability practices.
Volare will buy up to 20 of the Pioneer Edition executive version of the Lilium Jet and will operate charter flights in the UK and provide maintenance.
Vports is planning an international AAM corridor for electric aircraft between Quebec and Syracuse, New York.
The company is exploring sustainable options for its clientele, such as providing SAF in the region
At briefing with European industry group ASD, Airbus CEO Guillaume Faury said supply chain problems will last for at least another year.
A new rule from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency establishes particle matter standards for most jet engines.
Member companies of the ADS group say the UK lacks clear political leadership in the face of unprecedented challenges to the industry's competitiveness.