It’s just the first of many tests, but Rolls-Royce has successfully completed testing direct-burn of hydrogen in a modified aircraft engine. A number of tests were done in early November as part of a joint program with easyJet. Rolls-Royce completes first test with...
COMAC has completed all flight tests with the C919 and is now waiting for certification of China’s newest commercial airliner, the state-owned company said in a media statement on July 23. COMAC C919 completes all flight tests. The statement says that after the...
Embraer and Pratt & Whitney have successfully completed a 70-minutes flight test with 100-percent sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) on one of the PW-1900G engines. P&W GTF completes pure SAF test on Embraer E195-E2. After two days of ground runs, the flight test...
Air France-KLM has successfully completed the rights issue and raised the planned €2.256 billion, of which €1.611 billion in cash. The capital increase was even oversubscribed at €2.6 billion, the airline group said on June 14. Air France-KLM successfully completes...
This story starts in 2019. A partnership was established in February 2019, when Boeing agreed to purchase an 80% stake in Embraer’s commercial aircraft division. Embraer’s shareholders approved the deal, but in April Boeing pulled out of the deal. Who...
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