News and issues relating to the aerospace industry that are related to the science, engineering and business of flight in space involving civil, industrial and military applications, and similar topics related to flight in the atmosphere of the Earth that are not covered more directly by other AINonline subject channels. In other words, both astronautical and aeronautical subjects, except for those aeronautical topics that are specifically covered elsewhere on this website.
SAF transported via the Colonial Pipeline has reached a New York City airport for the first time.
De Havilland Aircraft of Canada held a celebration at Toronto Downsview Airport, its home of 93 years, before moving its offices to nearby Pearson Airport.
Mitigations to prevent 5G C-band interference will continue while airlines retrofit fleets with filters, new radar altimeters.
Sustainable fuel producer Gevo has signed an agreement with Google Cloud to measure and verify the environmental benefits of next-generation biofuels.
ICAO has launched its new multinational Assistance, Capacity-building, and Training for Sustainable Aviation Fuels (ACT-SAF) program.
Honeywell testing has shown that alternative navigation technologies can mitigate denial of GPS signals.
The National Institute for Aviation Research’s Werx MRO program enters agreement on passenger-to-freighter conversions for Precision Aircraft Solutions.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has introduced biometric facial comparison technology at all international airports across the United States.
Industrial engineering solutions firm Worley has received a contract to provide engineering and design services for a renewable energy project in the UK.
With some SAF-use mandates already imposed, and others under consideration, the fuel industry is moving to raise SAF production.