Aviation Industry

What makes the biofuel that will come out of Come By Chance sustainable? An expert intervenes

The Come By Chance oil refinery will soon produce biofuel from refined cooking and vegetable oils. (Sherry Vivian / CBC) A deal to transform the Come By Chance oil refinery and create a renewable and sustainable biofuel will breathe new life into the facility by mid-2022, according to Premier Andrew …

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For this writer, a new era brings a change of course

I first learned FLYING’There’s a change of ownership as many of you have done in Oshkosh this summer, although my association gave me a day’s notice and a brief conversation with the new owner. As a writer and aviator, I am naturally oriented towards tradition, continuity and resistance to change; …

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French start-up Ascendance unveils design of hybrid-electric aircraft and plans production in 2025

French aviation start-up Ascendance Flight Technologies has unveiled the design of the Atea, its five-seater vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) aircraft, with the aim of accelerating the transition to green aviation. Production and certification of the VTOL aircraft, designed to reduce carbon emissions by 80% and quadruple noise pollution, is …

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Driven by new airlines, the Indian aeronautics sector could take off in 2022

More than 18 months after the COVID-19 pandemic crippled the economy, the aviation sector has yet to fully recover. But the latest data from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGAC) shows that things could be on the rise. Between January and October 2021, national airlines carried nearly 6.21 crore …

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Emirates news agency – Etihad welcomes group of aircraft mechanics to national workforce

Thu 25-11-2021 15:10 PM ABOU DHABI, November 25, 2021 (WAM) – Etihad welcomed its first graduates of the Aircraft Mechanics Development Program this week, having successfully obtained the Category A license in aircraft maintenance, approved by the Authority. United Arab Emirates Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA). Eight UAE national aircraft mechanics, …

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Archer Brings Together Best-In-Class Flight Control & Software Team As They Propel To The First Flight | New

PALO ALTO, Calif .– (BUSINESS WIRE) – November 23, 2021– Archer Aviation Inc. (NYSE: ACHR), a leading developer of electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft, has built a world-class flight control and software team as the company accelerates its first flight later this year recently. by appointing Sergio Ferreira …

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ICAO grants international training license to 7 Saudi trainers

RIYAD – The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has granted an international training license to four Saudi trainers from the General Civil Aviation Authority (GACA), bringing to 7 the number of internationally accredited Saudi trainers in the field of aviation safety. The licenses reflect the ability of Saudi executives who …

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Government orders airlines and ground handlers to use energy efficient equipment

The Ministry of Civil Aviation has asked airlines and ground handling companies (GH) to phase out airport equipment over twelve years old and switch to electric or fuel-efficient variants by May 2022 . While companies praised the ministry’s green initiative, they said the implementation timeline is tight, especially following the …

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Xwing Hires Senior Aviation Director from Bombardier, International Lease Finance Corporation, as Chief Financial Officer

Fred Cromer brings over 25 years of aviation experience to the company, accelerating the introduction of autonomous flight SAN FRANCISCO, Calif .– WEB WIRE – Thursday, November 18, 2021 Xwing, the pioneering aviation autonomy company, today announced the arrival of Fred Cromer to its management team. Cromer joins Xwing as …

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India’s IndiGo plans to charge passengers for checked baggage

IndiGo does not intend to travel routes such as London that require wide-body planes Image credit: Reuters IndiGo, one of Asia’s largest low-cost carriers, plans to charge passengers for checked baggage as the airline braces for a potentially fierce price war in the Indian air transport market, which shows signs …

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Distributors EDMO and Levil Aviation Announce Partnership to Distribute Advanced Experimental Autopilot Solutions

SPOKANE, Wash., November 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – EDMO Distributors, a global leader in the distribution of avionics, test equipment and installation supplies, is delighted to announce a partnership with Levil Aviation to distribute its line of wireless experimental autopilots innovative, portable AHRS and ADS. Solutions B. (PRNewsfoto / …

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Lufthansa & Kearney eco-air travel partnership takes off

The world’s leading management consulting firm, Kearney, continues to build on its commitment to sustainability by committing to Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) by partnering with Lufthansa’s Compensaid program. As Kearney already offsets 100% of its global business travel each year, the partnership is focused on the future: the way forward …

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Safran raises Leap’s delivery forecast but points out the challenges of the rise of the ‘fragile’ supply chain | New

French aircraft supplier Safran has increased its forecast for deliveries of CFM International Leap series engines in 2021, citing a stronger-than-expected recovery alongside higher demand for aftermarket engines. Speaking on a third quarter earnings conference call on October 29, chief executive Olivier Andries said he now plans to deliver around …

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General Aviation Market Size, Growth 2028

New Jersey, United States, – The General Aviation Market The Verified Market Research report is a meticulously conducted study. Experts with proven credentials and high levels within the research fraternity presented an in-depth analysis of the topic, drawing on their unparalleled knowledge of the field and extensive research experience. They …

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business aviation ‘V’ rebound | Aviation Week Network

The National Business Aviation Association gathers in Las Vegas for its flagship event amid renewed optimism about the future of the industry and a feeling that the COVID-19 pandemic, while undefeated, is attracting unsuccessful interest. precedent for private aviation. “The NBAA kicks off tomorrow and we expect a good mood,” …

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SAE International Partners with Blockchain Startups to Shape the Digital Future of the Global Aviation Industry

Multi-year cooperative agreement with SkyThread to improve aviation safety, supply chain reliability and unlock value by improving the flow of data between airline transactions WARRENDALE, Pennsylvania., October 7, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – SAE International today announced a cooperative partnership with SkyThread, a DelawareBlockchain-based startup as an enabling technology to …

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Industry Veteran Launches Corporate Leadership Training for Aviation Professionals | Texas News

GEORGETOWN, Texas, October 6, 2021 / PRNewswire / – René Banglesdorf, high performance business coach and co-founder of private jet brokerage firm Charlie Bravo Aviation, presents The Aviation Collective, a collaborative leadership development company that helps aviation professionals improve their lives personal and work culture, leaving a lasting impression on …

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Vertical Aerospace recruits a new COO at Rolls-Royce

Harry Holt to join Vertical’s already strong team to certify one of the world’s leading eVTOLs and introduce zero-emission air travel Posted: October 5, 2021 at 5:00 a.m. CDT|Update: 20 minutes ago BRISTOL, United Kingdom, October 5, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Vertical Aerospace (“Vertical”), the aerospace and technology company …

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Air Asia India celebrates “women in aviation”

India’s first female professional pilot took off in 1956, which became a benchmark for women to break away from their inner workings and venture into a male-dominated field of aviation. In 60 years, the Indian aviation industry is the largest employer of female pilots, growing 12.4%, compared to a global …

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Shelby: FAA awards $ 4.5 million to Alabama for modernization of airport infrastructure – Press releases

WASHINGTON DC – U.S. Senator Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) Today announced that three local airports in Alabama will benefit from more than $ 4.5 million in grants from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Funding was provided by the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) for various airport upgrades to support infrastructure …

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First in-house equipped fuselage delivered to Airbus

An Airbus A320neo in Colomiers near Toulouse, France, October 17, 2017. [Photo/Agencies] The first fuselage equipped in China with the A320 family aircraft has been delivered to Airbus in Tianjin by a Chinese industrial player, Airbus announced on Wednesday at the current Airshow China 2021 in Zhuhai, Guangdong province. The …

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American Airlines pilots resist vaccination warrant, warn of disruption

American Airlines pilots are pushing back the Biden administration’s vaccination mandate, demanding exemptions and warning that the vaccination mandate will cause travel disruption. American Airlines pilots fight vaccination mandate In a letter to lawmakers, the Allied Pilots Association (APA), the union representing American Airlines pilots, opposes the new vaccine mandate, …

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SA RAPAC calls for GA grants program

The South Australia Regional Airspace and Procedures Advisory Committee (RAPAC) has recommended a special government grant program to help general aviation operators affected by COVID restrictions. SA RAPAC (now known as AvSEF) made the call in a submission to the Senate AG Industry Inquiry released this week, saying government aid …

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Plan to give the Civil Aviation Authority the power to force airlines to pay reimbursements in the event of a pandemic has been removed

After promising stronger action against airlines that have failed to reimburse as they should, the government quietly suspended the plan. In April, ministers pledged that the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) would have more leverage to prosecute and penalize carriers who violate the rules on refunds. In its second report from …

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Aircraft Electrical Systems Market: Industry Overview, Forecasted Trends and Growth Opportunities to 2027

Application of aircraft electrical systems market, commercial, defense and geography. The report highlights the main drivers, constraints and opportunities. PORTLAND, ORAGON, USA, Sep 20, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Aircraft Electrical Systems Market Outlook -2027 Aircraft electrical systems are sophisticated systems of components that generate, transmit, distribute, use, and store electrical energy …

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Airlines request shorter quarantine period

Local airlines are calling on the government to relax some rules for vaccinated Filipinos who travel by air to help the industry recoup billions of pesos in lost revenue as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Businesses have asked for help from Presidential Entrepreneurship Advisor Joey Concepcion to voice their …

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Digital technology strengthens intelligent civil aviation

People walk to Terminal 1 of Nanjing Lukou International Airport in Nanjing, east China’s Jiangsu Province, July 29, 2020 (File photo / Xinhua) The booming digitalization trend is boosting China’s efforts to build a smart civil aviation industry to boost sustainable development. To take full advantage of digital technologies, civil …

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Air show to display the nation’s material

People’s Liberation Army Air Force J-10B fighter performs ‘Pugachev Cobra’ high agility maneuver at 12th China International Aviation and Aerospace Expo in Zhuhai, Guangdong Province, in 2018. [Photo by ZHOU GUOQIANG/FOR CHINA DAILY] Chinese defense contractors to display much of their latest computer hardware at the 13th China International Aviation …

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Histadrut declares labor dispute with airlines

The Histadrut (General Federation of Labor in Israel) declared a labor dispute in the aviation industry. The background to the dispute is the intention of airlines, which have already laid off thousands of workers and put many on unpaid leave, to carry out massive further layoffs. The conflict applies to …

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Volga-Dnepr celebrates its 31st anniversary

Volga-Dnepr was founded on August 22, 1990 as a public limited company. The Ulyanovsk, Russia-based airline is now a major force in transportation services with its unique fleet of jumbo jets. With approximately 3,500 employees in more than nine countries, the company has made significant progress over its 31-year history. …

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Merger control in the Malaysian aviation industry

The Covid-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc on the global aviation industry, with airline operators in particular being severely affected. In Malaysia, significant air travel restrictions have been imposed since March 2020 as part of the various iterations of movement restrictions under movement control orders and the national stimulus plan. …

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Turkey to produce engine cowls for Boeing 737

August 9, 2021 17:24 (UTC + 04: 00) 75 By Vugar Khalilov Turkish company Tusas Engine Industries (TEI) will produce engine cowls for the Boeing 737 aircraft, Turkish media reported on August 9. According to the contract signed between the two companies, from 2025, TEI is expected to undertake half …

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First Southwest Airlines Destination 225 ° Employee Pathway Cadets Take New Hire Training With iAero Airways | State / Regional

GREENSBORO, North Carolina, August 3, 2021 / PRNewswire / – iAero Airways (https://iaerogroup.com/iaero-airways/), the largest charter airline in the United States and one of the iAero group companies (https://iaerogroup.com) invests in platform aviation, provided new employee training to their first two cadets at Southwest Airlines Destination 225 ° (https://careers.southwestair.com/D225) Employee …

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FLYHT Announces $ 6.6 Million Broker-Free Private Company

CALGARY, Alberta, July 7, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – FLYHT Aerospace Solutions Ltée. (TSX-V: FLY) (OTCQX: FLYLF) (the “Company” or “FLYHT”) announced today that the Company intends to complete a non-middleman private placement for gross proceeds of up to 6,600,000 $ CAD (the “Offer”). The offering consists of a maximum of …

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Sydney Airport raid shows the power of the big super

Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce is frustrated with the continued damage to the airline as its A380 jets languish in the Mojave Desert as the government’s “horizon” for international travel recedes. But airports are also suffering from big COVID-19 holes in their bottom line, exacerbated by the loss of international …

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South African aviation feels impact of renewed restrictions as passenger traffic slows

Through Siphelele Dludla 2h ago Share this article: ShareTweeterShareShareShareE-mailShare South Africa’s aviation industry has started to feel the hard impact of the renewed and stricter lockdown restrictions as passenger traffic declined at Africa’s busiest airport, OR Tambo International. Comair temporarily suspended all scheduled flights on Friday for three weeks from …

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“Negative impact” on the aerospace industry

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Aerospace Industry Association (MAIA) urged the government to reconsider and allow the industry and its supply chain to continue their activities for the country to secure its place in the arena global aerospace industry. He said that as a result of the improved movement control order, …

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Yamaha takes a look at aircraft engines

Yamaha is getting into the aviation engine market a bit as part of a partnership with a Japanese manufacturer. The recreational and industrial vehicle giant will modify one of its existing small-engine designs to fit a conventionally-configured prototype light aircraft to be built by ShinMaywa Industries. “As part of this …

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Eve UAM signs an agreement with Beacon for maintenance

Eve Urban Air Mobility Solutions, Inc. (Eve) has announced a cooperation with Beacon, EmbraerX’s maintenance coordination platform, which will be included in Eve’s portfolio of service and support solutions. Eve will use Beacon’s multi-sided platform that connects and synchronizes industry resources, aftermarket supply chain, and aviation professionals in a more …

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JURCA request due to the situation of Argentines stranded abroad and the low activity of the commercial air transport industry

The Argentine Airline Chamber – JURCA – asks the nation’s chief of staff to assess and reconsider the recently published Administrative Decision 643/2021, which unfortunately was issued without prior coordination or joint work by local authorities and aviation organizations with airlines in Argentina. This regulation provides for an almost total …

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Vaccine order confuses airport workers

He ridiculed it as a ‘no punch, go bankrupt’ policy because it could mean hundreds of staff lose shifts, and said if it were to be applied to all workers from the airport, the state government should have properly consulted with the industry beforehand. Airport and border workers are eligible …

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US Air Force solicits industry for KC-Y interest

US Air Force Seeks Industry For KC-Y Interest | Aviation Week Network https://aviationweek.com/themes/custom/particle/dist/app-drupal/assets/awn-logo.svg Skip to main content Credit: Wikipedia The US Air Force has officially begun the search for companies interested in participating in a KC-Y Bridge Tanker program to supplement the tanker fleet once production of the KC-46A is …

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