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Airbus Summit seeks consensus on decarbonization

Are the airline and aerospace industries on the same page as it comes to sustainability and how to tackle the problem of climate change? And are they on the same page as Airbus? In summary, these were the central questions around the Airbus Summit on September 21-22....

Bristow gives EVE and Vertical a boost

The market for Urban Air Mobility (UAM)-vehicles has seen two significant order and partnership announcements this week, both from the same company. Houston-based helicopter specialist Bristow Group has signed orders for a combined 150 eVTOLs with Embraer’s EVE and...

Russia’s Green Aviation Fuel Plans

Gazprom Neft announced today it entered into a partnership with Aeroflot to produce Russia’s first-ever minimum-carbon-footprint sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), under an agreement signed by Gazprom Neft CEO Alexander Dyukov and Aeroflot CEO Mikhail Poluboyarinov at...

In conversation with Airbus ACJ’s Stan Shparberg

Airbus Corporate Jets (ACJ) has been around for some time as the luxurious corporate jets division of Airbus. There are now some 200 ACJs flying around the world, but Airbus wants to build its presence in a buoyant market – despite or even thanks to the pandemic....