Like the U.S., Canada has committed to identifying an alternative fuel to 100LL avgas for general aviation use, as part of the Canadian government’s Clean Air Agenda. The National Research Council Canada (NRC) last month formally launched a concentrated research effort to find and test potential replacement fuels. An alternative avgas is vital to ensuring the long-term operational viability of piston-powered aircraft, says Jerzy Komorowski, general manager of the NRC’s aerospace division. ...
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