Airbus has been providing an update on its ZEROe hydrogen project during today’s Airbus Summit in Toulouse. We talked to Glenn Llewellyn, Vice President of zero-emission aircraft on the progress on fuel-cell technology, the choice of fuel cells versus direct injection...
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...
UPDATE – Airbus has reached a settlement with the French Financial Prosecutor’s Office (PNF) to avoid prosecution and a potential substantial fine in two corruption cases. The cases involve the acquisition of civil aircraft, helicopters, and satellites by Libya...
Africa’s bid for open skies is finally on the take-off run, following the launch in Dakar on Monday of a pilot to kickstart the long-delayed Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM). In the shadows of the 23rd anniversary of the Yamoussoukro Decision, the launch...
Japan is to see a second operator of the Boeing MAX. After All Nippon Airways, it is now Skymark Airlines that plans to introduce up to twelve MAX 8s and -10s to the fleet. Boeing wins new Japanese MAX customer with Skymark. The airline has four aircraft on direct...
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