Aviation Industry

civil aviation: Pilot fatigue in the growing civil aviation space

Amid growing air traffic and the nation’s expanding aircraft fleet, pilot fatigue appears to be a dark cloud, with senior captains and pilot groups stressing the need for more serious efforts to respond to concerns. Although regulations on flight duty time limitations and specific rest periods are in place, a …

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Business Aviation Releases Sustainability Guiding Principles Ahead of UN Aviation Forum

Business aviation groups today presented a set of policy principles to guide long-term carbon emissions reductions ahead of the 41st Triennial Assembly of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). ) which meets this week. ICAO, a United Nations agency, brings together its 193 member states every three years to set …

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Sinopec Receives Airworthiness Certificate for China’s First Large-Scale Biofuel Production

China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation’s Sinopec Zhenhai refinery on Sept. 19 obtained a biofuel airworthiness certificate issued by the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC). The first batch of biofuel will be shipped to Airbus (China). Tianjin factory this month. The fuel, derived from used cooking oil, will then be …

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WA braces for airport chaos over school holidays as union warns things could be worse than July

With the school holidays fast approaching, the aviation industry is working hard to avoid a repeat of the July holiday chaos – but the transport workers’ union has warned it could be worse this time around. Key points: Thousands of West Australians are expected to fly into Perth airport this …

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Here’s the real reason to turn on airplane mode when traveling

We all know the routine by heart: “Please ensure your seats are in an upright position, tablets are stowed, blinds are up, laptops are stowed in overhead bins, and electronics are on. plane”. Now, the first four are reasonable, right? The blinds need to be up so we can see …

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High ATF prices will slow aviation industry recovery, domestic airlines will remain under pressure

National airlines increased their yields, but that was not enough to offset the impact of higher ATF prices, according to ICRA. However, a rapid recovery in domestic passenger traffic is expected in FY23, aided by normal operations and the decline of the pandemic. “Recovery of domestic airline profits, however, will …

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Directional Aviation and Alder Fuels Join Forces for First Business Aircraft Removal Partnership Agreement for SAF 2.0

CLEVELAND AND WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today, private aviation investment firm Directional Aviation is making a financial investment in Alder Fuels, a clean technology developer and producer of green crude. As part of the agreement, the two companies will also pilot a pioneering blockchain-powered transparency tool to document the production lifecycle and industry …

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Aviation unions give 2-week ultimatum to FG to scrap clause banning strikes

Aviation industry unions have called on the federal government to remove the section of the recently signed Civil Aviation Act (CAA) that empowers the Minister of Aviation to prohibit union industrial action. The unions have given the FG a two-week ultimatum to remedy the situation or risk facing an air …

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What is the United States Essential Air Service Program?

The long-standing Essential Air Services (EAS) program has been fundamental to air travel in America after the deregulation of the airline industry. Although its continuity has been controversial, it is also an unknown program to the average traveler. What is the program ? Essentially, the US EAS program aims to …

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NiMet is Committed to Providing Accurate Weather Data | The Guardian Nigeria News

The Nigeria Meteorological Agency (NiMet) has reiterated its commitment to producing accurate weather and climate data that would ensure the safety of life and property in the aviation sector. As such, the agency said it has resumed training and retraining of its aeronautical weather observers and forecasters in the country, …

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Advanced Air Mobility Center in Ohio will enable collaboration between USAF, NASA, academia and industry

The groundbreaking ceremony for the National Advanced Air Mobility Center of Excellence at Springfield-Beckley Municipal Airport in Ohio was held Aug. 23, 2022. (US Air Force Photo/Dennis Stewart) Construction of a facility for the development of advanced air mobility projects began last month in Springfield, Ohio. The National Advanced Air …

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SpiceJet desperately needs recapitalization to revive operations: report

India’s low-cost carrier, SpiceJet Ltd, is in dire need of recapitalization to successfully weather the financial storm, industry experts said, media reported on Monday. According to a report by Livemint, the company needs a capital injection to compete with existing and newly launched airlines. The company posted huge losses in …

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Hawaiian, Southwest at war with everything: flights, pilots, fuel, etc.

There is no doubt about it. The ultimate battle for flights to Hawaii is underway, and it is about to continue and intensify. This between the airline Hawaiian Airlines and the future Hawaiian giant Southwest Airlines. Jeff, BOH Editor: “Southwest learned all the tricks of the Hawaii playbook directly from …

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Joby Aviation, Vertical Aerospace, More 3 Stocks More

September 1, 2022 – TheNewswire – Electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft are growing in popularity. Customers and investors are looking for cleaner and more environmentally friendly means of transport in the future. Urban air mobility offers the solution because these electric planes have the ability to take off …

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lawmakers decide on the future of transport in the EU – EURACTIV.com

Receive the Transport Brief in your mailbox by subscribing here. Welcome to the Transport Brief! We hope the summer sun has given you some energy and that any vacation trip has been smooth enough. Although the beaches are starting to empty, airline queues are shrinking and temperatures are getting colder, …

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“A Century of Agricultural Aviation: 1921-2021” at the Nebraska Prairie Museum | Local News

RICK BROWN Garden Light Bracket HOLDREGE – At an airfield outside Dayton, Ohio, in 1921, CR Nellie, an entomologist with the Ohio Department of Agriculture, had the idea of ​​controlling pests with an airplane. When he pitched his idea, Nellie’s concept was met with skepticism. Eventually, a cooperative project was …

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All eyes are on Air Peace boss Allen Onyeama

Worried is the head that wears the crown. This Shakespearean quote seems to fit perfectly with the fate of town lawyer and aviation magnate, Allen Onyeama. For the boss of Air Peace, he was able to stand up despite all the obstacles that were opposed to him, especially since his …

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We tackle the challenges of the aviation industry headlong – FAAN MD

The Chief Executive Officer of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), Captain Rabiu Hamisu Yadudu, described the measures taken by the agency to address challenges in the aviation industry. He spoke with aviation correspondents, SULEIMAN IDRIS brought excerpts. The aviation industry in the country is undoubtedly currently facing multiple …

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Hungary investigating Wizz Air after fining Ryanair €765,000

Wizz Air IATA/ICAO code: W6/WZZ Airline type: Very low cost carrier Year of foundation: 2003 CEO: Jozsef Varadi Country: Hungary Wizz Air could be in trouble as the Hungarian government has ordered an investigation into the local low-cost carrier for alleged violations of consumer protection laws. The inquiry into the …

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Virgin Australia in court over ex-chief pilot’s bullying claim and claims

Earlier this year, Virgin Australia CEO Jayne Hrdlicka was accused of “bullying and harassment” by the airline’s (now former) chief pilot. Claims by former chief pilot Michael Fitzgerald later led to his dismissal. Fitzgerald is now hoping for appropriate compensation from the Australian Federal Circuit Court. Bullying and harassment? Unfortunately, …

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Red Rock Biofuels and Frontline BioEnergy Successfully Gasified Residual Woody Biomass into Syngas for Sustainable Aviation Fuel Production

HOUSTON & NEVADA, Iowa–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Red Rock Biofuels LLC, a next-generation producer of low-carbon biofuels, and Frontline BioEnergy, a leading provider of waste and biomass gasification solutions, announce that they have successfully tested their innovative technology which gasifies Red Rock’s residual woody biomass feedstock into high-quality syngas for the production of …

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American becomes the third airline to order Boom Supersonic jets | Air industry

Commercial supersonic transatlantic travel is set to return nearly 20 years after Concorde was decommissioned. American Airlines agreed on Tuesday to buy up to 20 superfast jets from aviation startup Boom Supersonic, with an option to buy 40 more. Overture jets, which promise speeds of up to Mach 1.7 over …

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Oil prices fall as Aramco says it is ready to increase crude production

FILE PHOTO – A pump jack is seen surrounded by steam during sunset at a PetroChina oilfield in Karamay, Xinjiang Uigur Autonomous Region January 5, 2011. REUTERS/Stringer Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Saudi Aramco ready to maximize production to 12m bpd – CEO U.S. Gulf of …

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What procedures are in place to ensure the safety of aircraft and their occupants?

Travelers and crew members all want a safe, smooth flight that departs and arrives on time. However, certain weather conditions, such as heavy fog, cause low visibility conditions that present significant challenges. These problems have a particular impact on taxi, take-off and landing operations. Let’s explore the tools and procedures …

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Rakesh Jhunjhunwala says he is confident in aviation sector; Bullish on PSU banks, hospitals

In a recent interview, Big Bull Rakesh Jhunjhunwala said he continues to remain bullish on domestic stock markets even as Dalal Street, along with its global peers, face multiple headwinds. “I think (domestic) stock markets will grow regardless of global developments,” Rakesh Jhunjhunwala told CNBC-TV18. He also added that the …

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More than 150,000 flights have started under the Centre’s UDAN program: Scindia

Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia on Sunday highlighted the government’s efforts to increase air connectivity and said more than 1.5 lakh flights have been launched in the past 5 years. He also noted that the number was achieved under the UDAN program. “Under Udaan Yojana, the democratization of …

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Ryanair continues to break pre-COVID passenger records

While much of the European aviation industry faces staff shortages, strike threats and general chaos, Ryanair shows that this is not the case for everyone. In July, Ryanair carried 16.8 million passengers, beating its pre-COVID record of 14.9 by more than 25% set in August 2019. As a stranger to …

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Amid skyrocketing rate of flight cancellations, Senator Markey leads bicameral colleagues in introducing cash refunds for flight cancellations legislation to protect the rights of air travelers | Press Releases

Amid skyrocketing rate of flight cancellations, Senator Markey leads bicameral colleagues in introducing cash refunds for flight cancellations legislation to protect the rights of air travelers | Press releases | Congressman Jamie Raskin …

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Iran reportedly about to start creating aircraft parts for Russia

In an unsurprising move, Iran and Russia have agreed to cooperate to thwart sanctions targeting aircraft parts and repairs. Iran’s MEHR news agency reported on July 26 that Iran and Russia signed a cooperation agreement on parts and repairs and also agreed to increase flights between the two countries. Since …

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What types of planes has the Canadian carrier Nordair flown?

Before discussing the types of aircraft operated by Nordair, let’s first take a closer look at the Quebec airline created from the merger of Mont Laurier Aviation and Boreal Airways. Based in Montreal, Nordair operated from Dorval Airport, now Montreal-Trudeau International Airport (YUL), and later from Montreal-Mirabel International Airport (YMX) …

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Seaplane Market 2022 Next Big Thing | BERIEV AIRCRAFT COMPANY, AVIATION INDUSTRY CORPORATION of CHINA (AVIC), VIKING AIR, G1 AVIATION

New Jersey, United States, – The global seaplane market is thoroughly researched and analyzed in reports to help market players improve their business tactics and ensure their long-term success. The report authors have used easy to understand language and simple statistical images but provided comprehensive information and detailed data on …

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MHIRJ sees a long future for CRJ regional jets | In depth

Regional jet specialist MHI RJ Aviation Group (MHIRJ) sees a long future for the Bombardier CRJ regional jet, but warns of a shortage of pilots and maintainers the industry is facing. A wholly-owned unit of Quebec-based Japanese company Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, MHIRJ derives most of its revenue from MRO work …

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Stuck in air travel hell? Blame the long shadow of Covid

Comment this story Comment Much of the wealthy world is emerging from two years of pandemic more abundantly than it has ever been. Deposits held by consumers in U.S. commercial banks are about $3.5 trillion higher than they would have been had they continued the pre-pandemic trend, a position that …

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NCAA suspends Dana Air operations indefinitely

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has indefinitely suspended the Air Transport License (ATL) and Air Operators Certificate (AOC) of Dana Airlines. NCAA General Manager Captain Musa Nuhu made the announcement Wednesday in a statement. He clarified that the suspension of the Airlines’ operations would take effect from midnight on …

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The UK joins its closest allies to create a new forum to work together to tackle aviation’s greatest challenges

Transport Secretary Officially Launches National Aviation Authority Network, Focused on Collaboration to Address Aviation Challenges network to support the resilience of the aviation sector, ensure aviation policy coherence in the future, collaborate on how new aviation technologies are integrated and regulated, and support efforts to reduce carbon emissions announced at …

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Cirrus Aircraft Expands Headquarters in Duluth – Duluth News Tribune

DULUTH — The 16,000 square foot expansion of the Duluth Cirrus paint and finish facility became fully operational Friday, July 15, bringing the entire center to 86,000 square feet. The additional space will allow for a 35% increase in aircraft spraying capacity. The facility is dedicated to finishing the final …

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Redesigned GKN Aerospace prepares for a low-carbon future | In depth

For GKN Aerospace, the past four years have been, well, tumultuous that’s too much, so let’s just say they’ve been interesting. At the last Farnborough Airshow, GKN Plc – as is – had not been taken over for a long time by Melrose Capital, an investment firm whose strategy is …

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Finland’s aviation sector is making a strong comeback, operator says | New

Compared to the first six months of 2021, there was a 520% ​​or six-fold increase in air travel. The newly renovated Helsinki Airport. Picture: Saara Hirvonen/Yle Finland’s aviation industry has recovered strongly in the first half of this year, according to the national airport operator Finavia. Between January and June, …

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Israel’s El Al to restore pilot salaries to pre-COVID levels

Israeli flag carrier El Al’s airliner carrying Israeli and American delegates lands at Abu Dhabi International Airport, United Arab Emirates, August 31, 2020. WAM/Handout Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register JERUSALEM, July 10 (Reuters) – El Al Israel Airlines (ELAL.TA) has reached a collective bargaining agreement with …

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US pilots’ union ALPA slams proposals to ease pilot shortage | New

North America’s largest pilots union has filed a formal complaint against two proposals that could ease the pilot shortage currently plaguing commercial aviation and disrupting flights across the industry. The Air Line Pilots Association, International (ALPA), which represents 65,000 pilots on 40 carriers, said July 8 in a U.S. Department …

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AMTA and GSMA Weigh in on Aviation Spectrum Line – Telco/ISP

Australian mobile telecom operators have hit back at aviation concerns that 5G rollouts could interfere with avionics. The Australian Communications and Media Authority yesterday released a collection of submissions from airports and aviation safety regulators, urging caution in rescheduling spectrum allocations in the 3.7 GHz-4.2 GHz band. Submissions expressed concern …

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Staff shortages in the aviation industry leading to flight delays and cancellations

If you’re heading to an airport soon, you’re probably wondering if your flight is going to be delayed or cancelled. It’s a trend we’re seeing across North America right now, in part due to staffing shortages in the aviation industry as well as an increase in demand for getting away …

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Travel news: Britons brace for further travel miseries as airlines cut more flights next week

B The ritons are set for further travel chaos amid new plans to cut more flights next week just as summer vacation begins. Due to ongoing travel issues in the industry, it is understood that airlines using Heathrow are now rushing to rework their flight schedules. According to The Daily …

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Fixed-wing transport aircraft market is booming globally with major key players: Bombardier, Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, Embraer, Boeing, Airbus, Chengdu Aircraft Industry, Dassault Aviation, Shenyang Aircraft, Sukhoi – Indian Defense News

The Latest published a market study on Fixed-wing transport aircraft market provides an overview of the current market dynamics in the fixed-wing transport aircraft space, as well as what our survey respondents – all outsourcing decision makers – predict the market will look like in 2028. study splits the …

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GE CEO Culp expands role as head of aviation unit

General Electric Co. CEO Larry Culp mingles with shareholders during the company’s annual meeting in Tarrytown, New York, U.S., May 8, 2019. REUTERS/Alwyn Scott/File Photo Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register June 27 (Reuters) – General Electric Co (GE.N) said on Monday chief executive Larry Culp will …

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Military Transport Aircraft Market Outlook 2022 and Growth by Top Key Players – Airbus SE, Aviation Industry Corporation of China, Leonardo SpA, Lockheed Martin Corporation

military transport aircraft market A study by “Verified Market Reports” provides details on market dynamics affecting the Military Transport Aircraft market, market scope, market segmentation and overlays on major market players, highlighting the favorable competitive landscape and trends that have prevailed over the years. This Military Transport Aircraft Market report …

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The EFB – huge progress with room for improvement

For much of the history of commercial aviation – from the Wright brothers until about a decade ago – pilots performed many operational activities associated with flight relying on information on paper. This included the giant paper binders that pilots had to take with them when going to the airport, …

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Airlines must be responsible for flight problems: transport minister, experts

After a series of nerve-wracking flight delays and cancellations, Jenn Bertschi made it to her grandmother’s funeral with minutes to spare. Landing at Toronto Pearson from Calgary late Friday evening, she was told the 12:30 a.m. connecting flight to Ottawa for her, her toddler and baby had been cancelled, with …

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Aramco-Total JV unit partially buys Sukuk for $55 million

IATA’s CO2 Connect to support industry’s goal of achieving net zero emissions by 2050 DOHA: The International Air Transport Association, also known as IATA, has launched CO2 Connect, an online tool that provides the most accurate carbon dioxide emissions calculations for any commercial passenger flight, as it aims to reach …

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Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Univ – GuruFocus.com

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., May 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Atlas Air, Inc., a subsidiary of Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, Inc. (AAWW), today announced the launch of its Pathway to Success program for pilots with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Embry-Riddle is the first school to participate in the program through which Atlas …

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Avfuel commits to 1 billion gallons of SAF from Alder Fuels

In the largest deal of its kind involving the business aviation industry, Avfuel has reached an agreement to purchase one billion gallons of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) from the biocrude specialist Alder Fuels over the next 20 years, the companies announced today. In addition, the Ann Arbor, Michigan-based company will …

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Falcon Air Patrols and Goat Landscapers — Creative Ways to Improve Sustainability

For a time, animals were seen as a threat and a disruptor at airports. Unexpected wanderings of wild animals on the territory of the airport would cause delays which, in turn, would weigh heavily on flight schedules and set off a chain reaction. Vygaudas Ušackas, board member of Avia Solutions …

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Danish government may increase stake in SAS as it backs transformation plan | New

The Danish government has agreed to back Scandinavian carrier SAS with a debt-equity swap, but has also signaled it will invest new capital in the struggling airline and potentially increase its stake. Denmark’s finance ministry said the government would support the carrier’s “SAS Forward” restructuring program, following a partial commitment …

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A Qantas Airbus A380 is currently being scrapped at Victorville

The pandemic caused production of the Airbus A380 range of aircraft to halt early, with several airlines around the world stockpiling and even retiring their fleet of superjumbos at the height of the health crisis. Qantas was one such airline, having almost permanently stored its Airbus A380s for what seemed …

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Wizz Air reports financial loss but says it is trying to minimize travel disruption | Economic news

Wizz Air recorded a reported net loss of €642.5m (£546.5m) for the year but pledged additional resources to minimize the disruption seen in the aviation industry in recent weeks. Airlines across the UK and across Europe are struggling to keep up with demand as travel returns to normal for many …

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South Korea’s Incheon airport will be free of flight restrictions on Wednesday

South Korea’s Incheon airport will open 24 hours a day without any flight restrictions from Wednesday under current plans. The Department for Transport announced the plans on Friday which pave the way for a significant increase in flights from the airport. Easing of restrictions As a result of the changes, …

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CAASL strengthens ties with ICAO to support aviation sector – Business News

The Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka (CAASL) has stepped up its efforts to establish a stronger working relationship with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), so that local talent in the aviation can have better access to better opportunities. CAASL has submitted …

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BA and easyJet cancel over 150 flights as travel chaos continues | Travel & leisure

British Airways and easyJet canceled more than 150 flights to and from the UK on Wednesday as holidaymakers faced further delays ahead of the Queen’s extended Platinum Jubilee holiday, amid news recriminations between ministers and the aviation industry over who is responsible for the disruption. BA has canceled at least …

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Airline passengers head out for Memorial Day vacation despite problems

Talk about optimism and pessimism for the summer travel season. Passengers took to the air over Memorial Day weekend in numbers that rivaled pre-pandemic levels, boding well for an aviation industry that is counting on a return to 2019 passenger capacity. this summer. THE ADVERTISEMENT This is the optimistic part. …

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Seaplane Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – Verified Market Reports has published the latest proficient intelligence market research report on Seaplane Market. The report aims to provide an in-depth and accurate analysis of the seaplane market, considering market forecasts, competitive intelligence, technical risks, innovations and other relevant data. . Its meticulously prepared …

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Flexjet adds GE Digital Maintenance Insight software to its fleet

Fractional jet operator Flexjet has become the latest customer for GE Digital’s aerospace product known as Maintenance Insight. The carrier adds the tool to the software solution it uses to process flight data, making it the first company in the fractional ownership space to do so. The new software enables …

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Fulcrum BioEnergy successfully begins operations at its Sierra BioFuels plant

The world’s first waste-to-fuel plant achieves significant milestone with the production of syngas from landfill waste PLEASANTON, Calif., May 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Fulcrum BioEnergy, Inc., a pioneer in creating zero-carbon direct transportation fuels from landfill waste, today announced the completion of commissioning and initial operations of its Sierra BioFuels …

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The different variants of the Boeing 707: a brief guide

The Boeing 707 is often cited as the aircraft type that made commercial jet aviation so popular around the world. Its long range allowed airlines to operate the type on long routes, such as transatlantic and transpacific services. Production of the Boeing 707 began in 1956 and ended in 1978, …

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Three years after being grounded, Jet Airways gets green light to fly again

Three years after being grounded following a financial crisis, Jet Airways is set to get back on its feet as the carrier gets the green light from the aviation regulator to restart operations. The full-service carrier is expected to start commercial operations in the third quarter of this calendar year. …

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Sustainability in the Aircraft Interiors Industry

Sustainability has become a part of our daily lives, personally and professionally, and the topic is widely discussed. The aircraft interiors industry is no different, with sustainability increasingly being integrated into design decisions, business discussions and even brand identity. All of these discussions are filled with buzzwords like “Net Zero”, …

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Is it always better to be faster for commercial air travel?

The aviation industry’s growing interest in supersonic and hypersonic aircraft is prompting NASA to assess the technological and economic viability of high-speed commercial passenger flight. In other words: is faster always better? In an attempt to answer that question, NASA engaged Atlanta-based SpaceWorks Enterprises to study the economic outlook, examining …

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Why Airlines Can’t Control Rising Aviation Fuel Prices

Despite their campaigns and agitations, Nigerian flag carriers have failed to influence the price of aviation fuel and are now pitted against oil traders, writes Chinedu Eze In recent times, the aviation industry has caused a lot of anxiety and worry in the minds of many Nigerians. Air travelers were …

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Gallery: Beyond the Turbine, Rolls-Royce Eyes AAM

Gallery: Beyond the Turbine, Rolls-Royce Eyes AAM | Aviation Week Network https://aviationweek.com/themes/custom/particle/dist/app-drupal/assets/awn-logo.svg Skip to main content Rich Piellisch Rolls-Royce Map Course Credit: Vertical Aerospace Rolls-Royce aims “to be the leading provider of all-electric and hybrid power and propulsion systems in multiple aviation markets”, said Rob Watson, Rolls-Royce electric president. “Electrification …

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Dubai Airport Lounge will boost future growth of aviation industry

Government agencies, international companies support the biggest airport event Show, a driving force for the industry to emerge stronger from the post-pandemic period Showcases the latest solutions from around the world that will shape the future of the industry Dedicated e-Apron area to display electric and hybrid ground handling equipment …

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Representatives meet with aviation stakeholders on Monday

…Cancel Monday’s emergency plenary session The House appreciates the concern, response and positive contributions of all Members of Parliament on these critical national issues. The House of Representatives canceled the emergency plenary session scheduled for Monday, May 9, 2022 to address the ongoing crisis in the aviation …

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Experienced aviation industry leader with exceptional knowledge

LONDON: According to its creator, a fully automated and algorithmic Bitcoin trading robot that was developed in Jordan aims to revolutionize the way people generate wealth from cryptocurrency. AYMBot was designed to address major issues and challenges associated with Bitcoin and cryptocurrency trading, including volatility and accessibility, CEO Ahmad Alsharqatli …

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KSU Salina connection to FAA card

An alumnus of Kansas State University’s Salina Aerospace and Technology Campus has been instrumental in addressing the shortage of women in aviation since serving on the Federal Women in Aviation Advisory Board (WIAAB). Aviation Administration. Lindsey Dreiling, a 2007 graduate of K-State Salina, was named to the FAA Board of …

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5 essential ways to do the perfect pre-flight routine

Starting a new journey is incredibly exciting but can quickly become stressful considering all the preparations required. This is where creating a pre-flight routine can come in handy, so here’s our guide. Make a document folder Nowadays, during any trip, document checks have become a common occurrence. Part of a …

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Archer Aviation and United Airlines form eVTOL Operations Committee

California-based Archer Aviation (NYSE:ACHR) and United Airlines (NASDAQ:UAL) are creating a joint advisory board to support Archer’s goals of operating an airline fleet of electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) air taxis. The news comes as investment analysts at JP Morgan gave Archer an overweight rating with a target of …

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BA flight cancellations extended until June

British Airways is to halt flights until the end of June – a month longer than expected – to help weather the wave of disruption hitting the travel industry. Airlines have been forced to cancel flights over the past month as they struggled to rehire enough staff to cope with …

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Junk-powered planes could be the future of green aviation

Could a flight you take in the next decade be fueled by trash and sugar? Some aviation industry leaders hope so and are asking lawmakers to help improve flight for Earth. Sustainable Aviation Fuels, or SAFs, are biofuels that can be made from many different products, including municipal wastes like …

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Aviation Sustainability and the Environment, CAPA April 21, 2022

airBaltic CEO Martin Gauss said (April 19, 2022) that the carrier introduced several new projects in 2021 that significantly improved the environmental impact and overall performance of the business. Mr. Gauss said: “These projects give us both a short-term contribution and a valuable long-term contribution. Therefore, this year we will …

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Updated airport design guidelines include turf operations

In a recently issued advisory circular (AC) updating its airport design guidelines, the FAA formally recognized turf operations on unpaved runway safety areas (RSAs). According to the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA), it first suggested the policy change a few years ago at the EAA/FAA’s annual Winter Recreation Summit. The update …

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Aust airports overwhelmed at Easter | County Leader of St George and Sutherland

Australian airports are having their busiest day in two years as thousands of people fly out for the Easter long weekend amid chronic staff shortages. Passengers are urged to arrive at least two hours early for domestic flights as Sydney Airport faces around 82,000 passengers on Thursday, after a week …

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Air passenger traffic grew 59% in FY22, 40% below pre-covid levels: Icra

Domestic air passenger traffic for fiscal year 2022 is estimated at 84 million, up 59% from the year-ago period, ratings agency Icra said. Air traffic is still 40% below pre-Covid levels. For the month of March, air passenger traffic increased 37% sequentially and 35% year-on-year to 10.6 million. Airline capacity …

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Airbus and Boeing are divided on the use of Russian titanium

Photo: Morris MacMatzen/AFP (Getty Images) EThe Russian invasion of Ukraine prompted many companies to act unilaterally against the Russian Federation and to sever business relations with it. However, the international aerospace industry depends on titanium to produce aircraft, and Russia is the world’s third largest producer of this metal. Airbus …

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Global Aerospace and Military Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Market to be Driven by Growing Demand from Aircraft Industry during the forecast period 2021-2026

Expert Market Research’s new report titled “Global Aerospace and Military Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Market Size, Share, Price, Trends, Growth, Report and Forecast 2021-2026”, provides an analysis in-depth analysis of the global Aerospace and Military Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Market, assessing the market based on its segments such as application …

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Aviation program compensation blows budget hole in Senate’s COVID-19 relief plan

Department data shows recipients expected to preserve nearly 31,000 jobs in the aviation industry. The largest prize, $75.5 million, went to Spirit AeroSystems, based in Wichita, Kansas, which claimed to have saved 3,214 jobs in the process. “After witnessing a 96 [percent] decline in global air travel, this critical bipartisan, …

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Flight cancellations and delays in Boston continue after frustrating weekend of air travel

Flight cancellations and delays continue Monday at Logan International Airport in Boston after travelers were stuck in terminals for hours over the weekend. As of 9:45 a.m. Monday, FlightAware reported 50 flight cancellations and 62 delays. More than 100 flights to or from Logan Airport were canceled and more than …

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Will airlines soon increase ticket prices for domestic flights?

While jet fuel prices have been rising for some time and are currently at record highs, the aviation industry is facing the heat of its finances. Reports suggest that the Indian aviation industry is expected to report a net loss of Rs 25,000-26,000 crore for the financial year 2021-22. The …

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Training key to industry recovery

Training is the bridge between the current state of the industry and a strong and successful recovery. The industry is finally emerging from its two-year crisis. While everyone in aviation takes stock, perhaps the first apparent difference is the number of employees. Large numbers of employees at all levels have …

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Leveraging strong aviation and transportation expertise

Ocampo & Manalo Law Firm (OMLAW) When it comes to aviation and transportation law, a firm that easily comes to mind is The Ocampo & Manalo Law Firm (OMLAW), one of the winners of the Asia Business Law Journal’s 2021 Philippines Law Firm Awards for l ‘aviation. Since its inception …

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After the pandemic: international operations to give wings to the Indian aviation industry

House ” General” Business ” After the pandemic: international operations to give wings to the Indian aviation industry By Rohit Vaid New Delhi, March 27 (SocialNews.XYZ) Restoring regular international flight operations is expected to boost the civil aviation industry in pandemic-ridden India. Regular international commercial passenger services to and from …

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The rapid growth of the aviation industry is expected to drive growth

Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene Rope Market Global Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene Ropes Market was the title of a professional research study conducted by Coherent Market Insights to assess the growth potential of the market. The main objective of the study should be to provide basic information about industry …

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Aviation emissions you may not know

CO2 emissions and the decarbonization of the aviation industry tend to get the most media attention, and that’s completely understandable. There’s nothing like futuristic hydrogen-powered planes and quiet urban air mobility eVTOLs to remind us that the future we imagined in science fiction novels is just around the corner. However, …

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Legal disclaimer You are responsible for reading, understanding, and agreeing to the National Law Review (NLR) and National Law Forum LLC Terms of Use and Privacy Policy before using the National Law Website. Law Review. The National Law Review is a free, no-login database of legal and business articles. The …

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Aviation explained: How do flight tracking websites know the location of the plane? | Mobility News

For many people flying from one place to another without knowing where they can be a very daunting task. This is where flight tracking websites come to the rescue. These tracking websites work to find the exact location of the theft. Flight tracking technology has revolutionized the aviation industry. Generally, …

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Analysis: Russian airlines face a countdown to secure their parts

March 16 (Reuters) – Russian airlines have weeks to orchestrate alternative supplies of banned aircraft parts or begin grounding planes to avoid safety concerns as Western sanctions following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine threaten their post-Soviet renaissance. Moscow took a first step this week towards maintaining its commercial fleet by allowing …

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Beacon and ELMS Aviation join forces for aeronautical maintenance

Charlie: The poutine/trump dream team is delighted to hear this news…. Jarren: The AirAsia brand has been severely tarnished by the company’s dishonest business practice of withholding… Alexander: This topic is very interesting and inspiring! this is new to me i found this article on google. Con… Cole Byrne: Thank …

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national aviation museum of korea by HAEAHN architecture

the national aviation museum of korea aims to elevate the country’s aviation industry located at gimpo airport, Seoul, the national aviation museum of korea is a new cultural space promoted by the ministry of land, infrastructure and transport to elevate the status of the country’s aviation industry. finished by HAEAHN …

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Signature Aviation Brings SAF to Eagle County Regional Airport

Signature Aviation, the private aviation terminal operator, has introduced a permanent supply of sustainably sourced jet fuel that reduces aircraft carbon emissions at Eagle County Regional Airport near Vail, Colorado. Signature Renew brand Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) is responsible for a 25% reduction in CO emissions2 jet aircraft emissions, resulting …

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Values ​​of late-model single-engine and piston turboprop aircraft show historic month-over-month gains

Sandhills aviation products include Controller, Controller EMEA, Executive Controller, Charter Hub, Aviation Trader, Aircraft Cost Calculator and AircraftEvaluator. AircraftEvaluator is Sandhills’ proprietary asset valuation tool for all aircraft types, built using the same technology as FleetEvaluator. Widely used and trusted in the equipment, truck and trailer industries, FleetEvaluator identifies asset …

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Patchwork of Helo Regs in Europe that is hampering the industry

Although common European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) standards exist, a complex web of helicopter operating rules still prevails in different regions and needs to be streamlined, according to industry leaders. This becomes particularly critical when new entrants, such as eVTOL aircraft, enter the market, they agreed. Today, the European …

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The global general aviation industry is expected to

Dublin, March 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The report “General Aviation Market Forecast to 2028 – by Component (Avionics, Airframe, Landing Gears, Engine, and Others) and Aircraft (Fixed Wing and Rotary Wing)” has been added for from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global general aviation market is expected to grow from US$26,208.00 …

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WestJet Airlines acquires Sunwing

WestJet Airlines Ltd. acquires Sunwing Airlines Inc. as competition in the Canadian travel market intensifies. WestJet released a statement confirming the news on Wednesday, adding that “the transaction will bring together two distinct Canadian travel and tourism success stories.” Under the agreement, WestJet will create a new tour operator unit …

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Aviation Industry Sanctions in the UK, EU and US

Written by our Global Sanctions Team with the Global Asset Finance Team Following the events in Ukraine, various measures have been put in place by the EU, UK and US which are expected to have a significant impact on the aviation and aircraft financing industry. Below, we provide an overview …

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Meet the man who made Emirates the world’s largest international airline

Sir Tim has little truck for proponents of ‘flight-shaming’ such as Greta Thunberg, or even UK government officials. Last year a government ‘nudge unit’ referred to the ‘immoral indulgence’ of flying and advocated carbon taxes as a way to curb the popularity of air travel. “So what could be more …

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BP’s Lingen refinery begins production of sustainable aviation fuel from waste cooking oil

BP, the parent company of international aviation fuel products and services provider Air BP, has achieved an industry first in Germany by producing Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) from waste cooking oil. BP’s Lingen plant is the first industrial production facility in Germany to use co-processing to produce SAF from scrap …

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Cirrus Plans Duluth Expansion, Aiming to Triple Production

DULUTH — With Cirrus Aircraft expecting to triple its production over the next decade, a $25 million expansion at its Duluth headquarters is both necessary and a sign of its confidence in the city it calls home her for nearly three decades. With help from St. Louis County and the …

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Greater Bay Airlines Cleared for Launch After Obtaining Operating License | News

Hong Kong has granted Greater Bay Airlines an operating license, a move that effectively means the start-up carrier can begin scheduled flights immediately. A notice from the Air Transport Licensing Authority (ATLA) states that the license is effective for five years. It allowed the carrier to operate passenger, cargo or …

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What Was The Vultee V-1?

Today, the aviation industry is populated by a handful of large manufacturers, but dominated by Boeing and Airbus, of course. Historically, you will probably have heard of Douglas (later McDonnell Douglas) and perhaps Fokker, among others. But for many, the name Vultee is a bit more obscure. However, in its …

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Government Signs MoU with Alliance Air for India Tourism Marketing and Promotion, Marketing & Advertising News, ET BrandEquity

Government signs MoU with Alliance Air for tourism marketing and promotion in India (Representative image, source: iStock) The Union Ministry of Tourism (MoT) on Thursday signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Alliance Air Aviation Limited (AAAL) to boost tourism across the country. The ministry strives to position India as a …

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Aviation enters decade of growth, but emissions may get in the way, reports Oliver Wyman

NEW YORK, February 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — After battling COVID for more than two years, the aviation industry is poised to rebound — with a fleet that will grow 4% per year over the next 10 years, according to At Oliver Wyman’s Global Fleet and MRO Forecast 2022-2032. But as …

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Vietnamese aviation ready to fully resume international flights | Business

Foreign tourists visiting Vietnam on a Vietnam Airlines plane (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – The VietnamPolish aviation industry is currently ready in all respects to operate the entire international flight network as before the COVID-19 outbreak, Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) told Deputy Transport Minister Le Anh Tuan. Vice …

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US offers $69 million in aircraft manufacturing aid

FILE PHOTO – A Southwest Airlines flight, equipped with radar altimeters that may conflict with 5G telecommunications technology, flies 500 feet above the ground on final approach to land at LaGuardia Airport in New York, New York, U.S. January 6, 2022. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston Join now for FREE unlimited access to …

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Virgin Atlantic taps Neste for sustainable aviation fuel

It seems that airlines and manufacturers require Sustainable Aviation Fuel continue, with Virgin Atlantic and Neste Oyi announcing a partnership. Virgin Atlantic Boeing 787-9 on final approach to London Heathrow – Image, economy class and beyond The agreement will cover the supply to the UK of 2.5 million litres/2,000 metric …

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Aviation Analytics Market to Hit $4.36 Billion by

Pune, India, 08 Feb. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The world aeronautical analysis market The size is expected to reach USD 4.36 billion by 2028 and grow at a CAGR of 11.58% during the forecast period. Increasing adoption by airlines of aviation analytics to reduce costs is expected to drive the …

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Minister of Finance to discuss with States the inclusion of aviation fuel in the GST regime

We are watching US Fed decisions and global inflationary pressures very closely: Nirmala Sitharaman The government will address the inclusion of aviation jet fuel (ATF) in the goods and services tax (GST) system before the GST Board, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said on Sunday, noting that high global prices fuel …

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Airport security fears impact aircraft insurance premium and rental cost

Chinedu EzeFears that planes parked at Nigerian airports could be easily accessed by unwanted people due to security breaches have impacted the cost of insurance and the cost of renting planes in the country, revealed THISDAY survey. An informed source told THISDAY that reported cases of airport insecurity have increased …

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Advanced biofuels can replace used cooking oil in aviation, industry says – EURACTIV.com

Pressure is mounting on EU lawmakers to ensure that agricultural residues and waste are legally required in the production of green jet fuel to avoid a reliance on imported used cooking oil. Industry activists are pushing for a sub-mandate for certain biofuel feedstocks to be added to the ReFuelEU Aviation …

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More Electric Aircraft (MEA) Industry Trends and Opportunities, 2021-2026

DUBLIN, February 01, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “More Electric Aircraft Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunities and Forecast 2021-2026″ report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global market for more electric aircraft has shown moderate growth over the period 2015-2020. Going forward, the market is expected to grow …

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Report: Israel plans to end negative COVID test requirement before inbound flights

Government officials are considering ending the requirement for travelers entering Israel to present a negative COVID test before boarding a flight to the country, according to a Channel 12 report. Currently, anyone traveling to Israel must present a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours or a negative antigen taken …

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Officials cut the ribbon on the new hangar at Stennis Airport

US Congressman Steven Palazzo and Governor Tate Reeves joined local officials and industry representatives at Stennis International Airport for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at a new 24,000 square foot hangar. Known as the RESTORE Hangar, the state-of-the-art facility is adjacent to the main terminal and opens directly onto the main ramp. …

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Spanish oil producer Cepsa and Iberia Group seal an ambitious strategic alliance to decarbonize air transport at scale

The two major Spanish companies are joining forces to develop and produce on a large scale sustainable aviation biofuels (SAF) from waste, recycled used oils and other sustainable plant raw materials (2nd generation bios) The agreement, which also includes Iberia Express, considers other alternative energy sources such as hydrogen and …

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Modibo: We lack funds to run Nigeria’s Apex Aviation Training School

Captain Alkali Moddibo is the Chief Executive/Rector of the Nigerian College of Aviation Technology (Zaria). In this interview with WOLE SHADARE, he talks about the various challenges facing the 58-year-old flight school and the solutions to reposition it as one of the best in Africa You were appointed rector of …

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