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Shell and Neste have signed a supply agreement that will provide Shell with its first European-produced sustainable aviation fuel.
NDB says its self-charging nano diamond batteries will be far more efficient than current technologies and will not require any supporting infrastructure.
Air bp and sustainable fuel producer Neste have inked an agreement to increase the flow of SAF over the coming year.
The Airlander hybrid airship program received new funding but needs far more money to achieve first flight.
An amendment to ban U.S. government use of Chinese drones appears almost certain to become law within weeks.
Aerocircular has partnered with the UK’s ELG Carbon Fibre to develop more viable methods to reclaim composite material for recycling.
Bell's manufacturing technology center is a roadmap to future factories.
Bell's new Wichita facility was previously occupied by sister company Textron Aviation.
Though Covid-19 has delivered a “body blow” to the aerospace industry, it will come back better and stronger thanks to the industry’s innovative spirit.
Safran Helicopter Engines and ZF Aviation Technology have signed an MoA to offer a turboprop engine based on the Safran Ardiden 3 turboshaft.