Universal Hydrogen’s hydroelectric Dash 8 performed its first flight at Moses Lake in Washington State. The flight lasted 15 minutes. Universal Hydrogen replaced the starboard engine on the Dash 8 with a magni650 electric propulsion unit (EPU). This EPU was...
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 IATA AGM, United’s COO Andrew Nocella shared a concern with Flight Global. Essentially United needs to replace two types by the end of the decade – the 757-300 and the 50-seat RJ. The concern expressed is not as much of a problem for other airlines and...
The rumors have been flying for some weeks. When the story first appeared we contacted Antonov and we were sent the following: “Information published in Le Devoir newspaper in the article “Le géant ukrainien Antonov veut atterrir au Québec” (“Ukrainian giant...
Our call was with Rui Carreira, CEO of TAAG (Angloa), Morne Visagie at ABSA (South Africa) and Sameer Adam at De Havilland (Canada). TAAG just took delivery of their first Dash8. The three companies involved had to overcome Covid-induced hurdles. The permits needed to...
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