UK Defense Mulls Zero-Emission Training Aircraft 

The RAF is looking to replace Grob G115 Tutor aircraft with a zero-emission trainer.
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LONDON—The UK Royal Air Force will consider a zero-emission trainer for its upcoming Telum requirement for a fleet of aircraft to be used for elementary flying training. Project Telum aims to provide a replacement for the Grob G115 Tutor aircraft currently used by University Air Squadrons, Air...

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