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With the transition from fossil fuels underway in the aviation sector, a study from Atkins looks at the energy demands needed to fuel the future.
Autonomous aviation company Reliable Robotics partners with NASA to improve safety of remotely-piloted aircraft in the National Airspace System.
An independent team established by the FAA of six aviation experts will recommend safety improvements in the nation’s air traffic system.
Inverness Airport in Scotland is the first of the HIAL Group's 11 airports to offer a steady supply of sustainable aviation fuel.
Looking toward completion later this year, work continues on LanzaJet's first full-scale sustainable aviation fuel plant, taking shape in Georgia.
Global companies Apical and Cepsa have formed a joint venture to build a major biofuel plant in Spain.
In a partnership between FEAM Aero and Epic Flight Academy, a new school to develop aircraft maintenance technicians will open in 2024 at KCVG Airport.
A study released this week by Exactitude Consultancy sees the SAF market growing by more than 60 percent a year through 2029.
The FAA has awarded $19 million in research grants to 14 universities in an effort to reduce noise pollution associated with aviation.
The GAO says government departments should develop performance measures for reaching sustainable aviation fuel goals.