Pratt & Whitney and Collins Aerospace intend to enter the market for electric propulsion systems for Urban Air Mobility (UAM) vehicles. The two companies, both part of Raytheon, have launched a technology demonstrator project for a 1 MW electric motor, they...
Today’s eVTOL news from Elroy Air doing a deal with Bristow Group changed our model’s ranking. Elroy now ranks #5 on our list of eVTOL OEMs by commitments. Below is the refreshed model. The sheer volume of commitments in this arena remains impressive. ...
Emirates and Air Canada intend to establish a new codeshare partnership later this year. The partnership is the second for Emirates in Canada after the existing one with WestJet. The two airlines say that the codeshare will offer “enhanced consumer travel choices for...
French aerospace major Safran has upped its presence in India with the addition of new projects in the country focused on commercial aviation as well as defence activities in India for the coming years. Safran has operated in India for 65 years and now counts 10...
Boeing’s CEO David Calhoun is playing poker with the US Congress. He spoke yesterday about the potential certification issues with the MAX10 and for the first time indicated that Boeing might walk away from that program should Congress not provide the company a time...
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