American Airlines CEO Doug Parker and United’s Scott Kirby are happy that aircraft manufacturers and providers of onboard systems are now finally talking directly with 5G companies in the US about solving the safety concerns. But it makes him sad that there had...
Update – US airlines have pledged to increase the number of sustainable aviation fuels (SAFs) to three billion gallons (11.6 million liters) in 2030. Airlines for America (A4A) announced the revised commitment on September 9, when a number of US airlines...
UPS has a fleet of 53 A300s and the first has just been handed back to the airline with a new flight deck. The new flight deck sports the Honeywell Primus as seen below. The picture below that shows what the original flight deck looked like. The work has been...
Honeywell CEO Mike Madsen spoke at VBACE, the virtual convention of the NBAA to update Honeywell’s activities in the business aviation market. That market, while significantly impacted earlier in the year, has been recovering faster than the airline market, but he...
Honeywell’s avionics team displayed in the NBAA BACE Innovation Center avionics adapted for UAM aircraft and a new concept for a UAM cockpit display. We caught up with Bindu Chava, chief engineer for urban air mobility market products, who provided an overview on how...
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