United Airlines Makes Second Investment In Carbon Capture

By Graham Warwick Mar 31, 2023
United Airlines has invested in Canadian carbon capture technology startup Svante. 
Aircraft & Propulsion

Airbus Demo Advances Hybrid-Electric Capabilities For Helicopters

By Tony Osborne Mar 31, 2023
The OEM says helicopters will need to deliver savings in carbon emissions to be socially acceptable and meet global aviation emission targets.
Aircraft & Propulsion

All Nippon Airways Acquires Domestically Blended-SAF

By Chen Chuanren Mar 30, 2023
ANA has announced it will acquire sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) blended in Japan, which will be used for both its domestic and international flights. 
Airlines & Lessors

How Government Policy Is Putting The US Ahead In SAF Production Competition

By Graham Warwick Mar 30, 2023
America leaps ahead in the SAF production race; that worries other nations.
Emerging Technologies

New Robotic System Targets Automated Aircraft De-icing, Cleaning

By Prachi Patel Mar 30, 2023
A Norway-based aircraft de-icing specialist is building the world's largest de-icing robot at Avinor Oslo Airport.
Emerging Technologies

Colorado Airport To Incentivize Unleaded Avgas

By Bill Carey Mar 29, 2023
Colorado's Centennial Airport will provide tenants and FBOs with incentives to transition away from supplying 100LL leaded aviation fuel to their customers.
Airports, FBOs & Suppliers

Daher Introduces Kodiak, TBM Upgrades During Sun ‘n Fun 2023

By Molly McMillin Mar 29, 2023
Daher introduced several upgrades to its Kodiak and TBM product line on opening day of Sun ‘n Fun in Lakeland, Florida.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Opinion: Can The U.S. Keep Its Lead In Commercial Aviation?

Eric Cunningham Mar 28, 2023
Europe and China are investing at least 10 times the amount NASA and the FAA are spending annually for public-private R&D efforts on aeronautics.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Alaska Airlines Partners With Shell To Address SAF Barriers

By Christine Boynton Mar 27, 2023
A new partnership announced by Alaska Airlines is aimed at addressing challenges to scaling sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) production and supply.
Airlines & Lessors

Industry Helpless In The Face Of Urgent Call For Sustainability

By Thierry Dubois Mar 27, 2023
In Europe’s Clean Aviation project, no funding exists for SAF-related technology—not in aircraft engines or SAF production.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Fast 5: MAAS Aviation Pursues Sustainable Aircraft Painting

By Lindsay Bjerregaard Mar 27, 2023
MAAS Aviation Chief Commercial Officer Richard Marston on growing demand for aircraft painting services and new sustainability initiatives.

Opinion: ‘Hello Hydrogen’? Not So Fast

Martha Neubauer Mar 24, 2023
Hydrogen propulsion in aviation faces significant technical and market challenges.
Emerging Technologies

Spain Launches ITP-Led Hydrogen Propulsion Plan

By Guy Norris Mar 23, 2023
ITP Aero is leading a national consortium targeting the test and development of the first in-country developed hydrogen-powered commercial aircraft engine.
Aircraft & Propulsion

European Commission ‘Too Shy’ About SAF, Safran CEO Warns

By Thierry Dubois Mar 23, 2023
While the EC has initially referred to a 5% SAF incorporation target for 2030, the industry has been lobbying for a greater proportion.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Podcast: Hydrogen Hype?

Mar 23, 2023
The complex path to hydrogen propulsion, and why air travel will get more expensive.
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Fast 5: India's GMR Ponders Several Capability Additions

By Prachi Patel Mar 23, 2023
Ashok Gopinath, CEO of GMR Aero Technic discusses Indian MRO market and company's future plans to expand its capabilities.

ICAO Foresees Disruption In Safety Methodology As Sustainability Grows

By Chen Chuanren Mar 22, 2023
The industry should prepare for a disruption in aviation safety as it pivots toward sustainability innovation, an ICAO exec warns. 
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Sustainable Aviation Is Key To Meeting Demand

By Karen Walker Mar 22, 2023
An aircraft manufacturer, airport manager and a specialist in new sustainable engine technologies shared their views on the best pathways to achieving net zero.
Airports & Networks

Daily Memo: Business Aviation As Commercial Air Transport’s Sustainability Trailblazer

By Thierry Dubois Mar 22, 2023
When compared to commercial aviation, business aviation—be it using a small turboprop single or a large-cabin trijet—combines at least two features or quirks. 
Aircraft & Propulsion

Airbus: Strong Recovery Brings Sustainability Challenges

By Linda Blachly Mar 22, 2023
Growth in flying increases the challenge of decarbonizing the industry and meeting net-zero goals by 2050.
Aircraft & Propulsion

ZeroAvia Targets Nordic Hydrogen Supply

By Graham Warwick Mar 21, 2023
ZeroAvia has signed an MOU with Nordic energy company Fortum to explore developing hydrogen production and refueling infrastructure in the region.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Hybrid-electric Propulsion Development Accelerates

By Linda Blachly Mar 20, 2023
New efforts aim to speed up hybrid-electric development
Emerging Technologies

The Week In Technology, March 20-24, 2023

By Graham Warwick Mar 20, 2023
Universities advance sustainability, robotic toolmaking, contactless braking and stratospheric batteries.
Emerging Technologies

Airlines Play Long, Short Games On SAF

By Graham Warwick Mar 16, 2023
Airline investments in sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) range from strategic to tactical.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Ontario Aerospace Fund Backs Sustainable Technologies

By Graham Warwick Mar 15, 2023
The projects led by southern Ontario companies have been selected by the Downsview Aerospace Innovation and Research (DAIR) Green Fund.
Aircraft & Propulsion