Embraer’s Eve Urban Air Mobility Solutions and Widerøe Zero have signed an MOU to collaborate for air mobility and eVTOL operations in Scandanavia. The parent companies know each other well, as Widerøe is a customer for the latest fuel efficient Embraer E190-E2 jets....
De Havilland Canada will resume completion of some Dash 8-400s currently in production after reaching an agreement with union Unifor. This follows a three-month strike since July when DHC’s workforce and Unifor members walked out of the Downsview site over...
Yesterday there was an interesting announcement about Alaska Airlines modifying one of its Dash8s to add a hydrogen-electric powertrain. The new engine can produce between 2,000 and 5,000 KW. That translates into between 2,600 and 6,700 Hp. Alaska Airways also...
At the recent Regional Airlines Association (RAA) Leaders Conference in late September in Washington, De Havilland Canada (DHC) highlighted a new 65-seat cabin version for the Dash 8-400. New, in particular, is the option to include Premium Economy seating on the...
NASA has awarded two contracts to GE Aviation and MagniX to develop electric propulsion systems for use on future commercial aircraft programs. The agency said on September 30 that the two have been selected to join the Electric Powertrain Flight Demonstration (EPFD)...
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