News and issues relating to international air transport and cargo carriers, national airlines and regional airlines, including aircraft, engines, personnel, acquisitions, accidents, safety, security and training.
A new Airbus Zero Emission Development Center in Filton, UK, will concentrate on the development of a cryogenic fuel system for hydrogen-powered airliners.
Italian manufacturer Tecnam is exhibiting its P2012 Traveller low-cost, short-haul commuterliner at EBACE.
France’s VoltAero plans to perform demonstration flights with its first Cassio hybrid-electric aircraft starting June 13.
Circumstances out of Harbour Air’s control—namely, the Covid pandemic and resulting supply chain constraints—have slowed progress of its eBeaver program.
Bulgarian unmanned cargo airline Dronamics has engaged FlightSafety to ensure its pilots have the right training to maximize operational safety.
Pratt & Whitney Canada has chosen Switzerland’s H55 to supply battery systems for its hybrid-electric Dash 8 demonstrator program.
The Franco-Italian OEM is also exploring a new eco-design that includes new propellers as part of its drive to reduce fuel burn and CO2 emissions.
Saturn Design Bureau’s PD-8 has completed ground testing in time for flight trials to start “later this year.”
AerCap registers a $2 billion loss during the first quarter due to write-offs of aircraft and engines in Russia.
New York-based JetBlue has filed a “Vote No” proxy statement for Spirit's upcoming special meeting.