Air Travel Still Faces Long Recovery As IATA AGM Convenes In Boston
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Delegates from across the air transport spectrum will descend upon Boston Oct. 3-5 for IATA’s 2021 Annual General Meeting (AGM) to discuss the state of an industry that continues to face an uphill climb toward 2019 levels of activity.
SPAC Deal For Additive Startup Velo3D Successful With Smaller Haul
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Velo3D, a metal 3D-printing startup that is targeting aerospace and defense customers among others, started trading as a public company Sept. 30 when its shares moved on to the New York Stock Exchange.
GE Aviation says it will use a modified Saab 340B regional airliner as a flying testbed for hybrid electric propulsion technology to be evaluated as part of NASA’s Electric Powertrain Flight Demonstration (EPFD) program.
Netherlands Lacks Feedstock To Meet SAF Demand, Report Says
The availability of feedstocks for biofuels in the Netherlands in 2050 is expected to be far lower than the demand for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), concludes a report released by the Royal NLR aerospace research center.
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