On June 21st, a full-scale AIR ONE prototype took flight for the first time. In typical Israeli fashion, the news was kept quiet and out of the public eye. Tonight at 9:45 pm Israel time the news is to be shared on TV. But, of course, this video is already on...
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...
PR: Pratt & Whitney Canada announced the successful flight test of dual PW127M engines with 100% Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) on a Braathen Regional Airlines’ ATR 72-600 aircraft. Both PW127M engines were fueled exclusively with Neste MY Sustainable Aviation...
The test campaign of the Airbus A321XLR that commences in 2022 will include three aircraft. The first aircraft will be powered by CFM LEAP engines and the second by Pratt & Whitney Geared Turbofans to certify the XLR with two different engine specifications. The...
Two German start-up companies have joined forces in developing a zero-emission regional aircraft. Deutsche Aircraft, the initiative behind the Dornier D328eco, and fuel cell specialist H2FLY plan to flight test a hydrogen fuel cell demonstrator in 2025, the two...
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