EBACE Convention News 2021

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Luxaviation To Operate Commercial eVTOL Flights for Lilium

The European business aviation group will be responsible for all operational approvals, as well as managing flight crew, for the seven-seat eVTOL aircraft.
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Cabin Interior and Electronics

Connected Aircraft Transforming Industry, Leaders Say

The capability of connecting to aircraft is now widely available, boosting operations and maintainability, leaders said during EBACE Connect.
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P&W Launches Carbon Offset Program for Bizjets

Pratt & Whitney has launched a carbon offset service for operators of P&W-powered business jets with engines enrolled in its ESP maintenance plan.

Supplier Issues Loom over Industry Recovery

As industry leaders are increasingly optimistic about the future, manufacturers have lingering concerns over keeping the supply chain predictable.
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Climate Expert Tells Aviation To Back Carbon Capture

Capturing carbon dioxide from aviation fuel consumption could have a far greater environmental benefit than current measures, but costs will be higher.
Charter & Fractional

Automation Helpful in Flight Ops but Needs Improvement

Panelists said during an EBACE Connect webinar that more needs to be done in digital automation to make their operations even more efficient.
Bernhard Fragner and Robert Fisch

Russia’s Vnukovo-3 Aspires to Retain Role as a Leading FBO

The ongoing recovery of the country's business aviation sector boosts Vnukovo-3, Russia's largest FBO.

Brexit Fallout Impacts LPV Approaches at UK Airports

Starting June 25, LPV approaches at UK airports will be removed following the cessation on that date of the UK’s participation in EGNOS.
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How Battery and Electric Motor Tech Is Transforming Aviation

How Battery and Electric Motor Tech Is Transforming Aviation
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Bizav OEMs Optimistic about New Customers

During EBAA Connect, bizav OEM heads agreed the market has attracted new buyers, but they still worry about pandemic, supply chain, and workforce issues.
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