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The National Institute for Aviation Research's Werx lab is partnering with Dynamic Aviation on modification of three 737s for a special-missions program.
ICAO has now recognized Carinata, an oilseed crop, as a renewable feedstock with a similar lifecycle carbon emission reduction as waste-derived SAF.
A broad-based consortium of aviation companies applauded the introduction of the Sustainable Skies Act in the U.S. House of Representatives.
The transport of fuel through the Colonial Pipeline resumed on Wednesday evening after a five-day interruption due to a cyberattack on its operator.
Major sustainable fuel producer Neste has finally greenlit a long-discussed quarter-billion-dollar expansion project at its Rotterdam refinery.
Pratt & Whitney, along with rivals such as GE, Rolls-Royce, and MTU, see multiple paths to air transport's green future, with hydrogen only one of these.
Pioneers are working on plans for hydrogen-powered aircraft, ranging in size from 6 to 200 seats, some of which could enter service as soon as 2025.
Major technical, safety, and prototype challenges need to be overcome to establish the feasibility of hydrogen fuel for aviation.
Airbus is using its H130 Flightlab helicopter to evaluate new cameras, sensors, tablets and head-mounted displays for autonomous flight development work.
The FAA has issued an information for operators bulletin (InFO) regarding the use of light-emitting diode (LED) landing lights in an icing environment.