Delhi-based low-cost airline IndiGo has introduced sensor technology for faster and more accurate scanning of life vests on its aircraft. For this, the airline has started using radio-frequency identification technology (RFID). Sensor technology refers to an automated...
This morning Rolls-Royce announced it has completed building and is preparing to test its UltraFan® technology demonstrator. The demonstrator engine was transported from the build workshop and into Testbed 80 in Derby, UK, where it was mounted in preparation for...
There hasn’t been an OEM that didn’t bring up the topic during last week’s earnings calls: supply chain and labor issues. Airbus, Boeing, Raytheon, GE, Safran, all are affected by the shortages in labor and materials that disrupt the production flows of engines and...
Airbus and seven airlines have signed letters of intent to discuss buying carbon capture credits to offset emissions from air travel. The airlines include Air Canada, AirFrance-KLM, easyJet, International Airlines Group (IAG), LATAM Airlines, Lufthansa Group, and...
Etihad Airways is making another step towards more sustainable operations but executing some thirty flights this week to reduce carbon emissions and contrail formation. The flights are the latest initiative in its quest to become ‘greener’, which it started with the...
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