U.S. aerospace manufacturers and policy leaders would be wise to pursue more environmentally friendly aircraft offerings, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine says. At least one simple reason for this endeavor is to maintain exports into Europe and elsewhere where climate change concerns are rising. In a sit-down interview with Aerospace DAILY at his NASA headquarters office June 27, Bridenstine indicated that—politics of climate change aside—market forces may necessitate hybrid ...

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