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UK startup Faradair is developing the BEHA aircraft with hybrid-electric propulsion, transitioning to all-electric once technology and regulations permit.
HyPoint says it will have a 150 kW hydrogen fuel system ready to deliver for an eVTOL or electric fixed-wing aircraft by early 2022.
Assembly of the X-59 Quiet SuperSonic Technology demonstrator is underway at Lockheed Martin's Skunk Works factory in Palmdale, California.
FIA Connect will feature a busy program of webinars and conferences, as well as a Meet the Buyer event and online meetings for young people.
Sameer Saveni from UK industry group ADS says UAM pioneers have reached an inflection point from which a smaller number of eVTOL contenders will emerge.
Honeywell's new MicroVCS offers lower maintenance and reduced weight for electric aircraft air-conditioning needs.
Government funding includes existing support for Air France, plus a further €8 billion for various aspects of the aerospace sector.
The former LightSquared telecom network is accused of GPS interference again, but this time under a new company name, Ligado Networks.
Helicopter specialist Erickson is developing software aimed at making wildland firefighting more effective and efficient.
As many as 21 Sikorsky VH-92As are expected to serve as replacements to the presidential helicopter fleet.