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IATA director general Willie Walsh accused the UK government of hypocrisy, suggesting new passenger duties are a cash grab disguised as a green tax.
The chief technology officers for seven major aerospace companies issued a statement today supporting the sector’s net-zero emissions ambitions.
Airbus, Boeing, Dassault Aviation, GE Aviation, Pratt & Whitney, Rolls-Royce, and Safran issue a statement to policymakers on environmental priorities.
Mitsubishi's MHIRJ business unit is to install ZeroAvia's hydrogen conversion kits on CRJs, while Alaska Air will re-engine its Dash 8 Q400 fleet.
Japan Airlines could take up to 100 of Vertical Aerospace's eVTOL aircraft, and Amedeo has committed to Aura Aero's 19-seat hybrid-electric commuter.
In collaboration with Boeing and World Energy, Rolls-Royce flew a Trent 1000 on a 747 testbed with unblended sustainable aviation fuel.
A new company founded by Alaska Airlines, called Alaska Star Ventures, aims to advance emerging technologies geared toward neutralizing carbon emissions.
GKN's new UK global technology center is a hub collaboration with partners on new aerospace technologies, including new manufacturing techniques.
Under its multifaceted sustainability plan, Embraer flew the four aircraft it is showing this week at the NBAA-BACE static display on sustainable fuel.
The Brazilian OEM expects to reveal plans early next month for technologies to meet a 2050 net-zero emissions target for its current and future aircraft.