Category: Future of Aviation
The NAA, the oldest not-for-profit aviation organisation in the United States, will award the winner a trophy on display at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington.
Boeing has pledged to reveal how much carbon emissions (CO2) its jets generate over their lifespan and deliver commercial aircraft running on 100 per cent Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) by 2030.
De Havilland Canada has announced a new partnership Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) to integrate hybrid-electric technology into a De Havilland Canada Dash 8-100 flight demonstrator.
Boeing and SkyNRG pledge to make sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) more accessible to airlines in a partnership announced on Thursday– starting with North America. Netherlands-based SkyNRG, along with US planemaker Boeing, will accelerate production capacities of alternative fuels to operate aircraft using 100 per cent SAF by 2026. The companies will work together to increase
The European Commission’s Green Deal yesterday proposed two core policies which impact on the aviation industry – higher offsets of emissions and reduced trading carbon allowances.
Universal Hydrogen is set to announce preliminary deals with airlines such as Icelandair and Air Nostrum to introduce hydrogen capsules to replace existing turboprop systems by 2025.