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Universal Hydrogen proposes converting Dash 8 and ATR 42 regional airliners to hydrogen power while avoiding the need for costly refueling infrastructure.
The first purpose-built regional freighter from ATR took off for the first time on Wednesday from Toulouse.
A U.S. congressional committee cited failures of design, management, and oversight of the 737 Max in its conclusions.
According to EASA executive director Patrick Ky, agency data shows that air transport does not generate new coronavirus infections.
Alpine Advanced Materials is pressing the case for its HX5 composite, while sister company Metro Aerospace is looking to cut drag with its Microvane mod.
While announcing her intention to extend a waiver of the “use-it-or-lose-it” rule, European transport commissioner Adina Valean lamented shortcomings.
EASA's Joint Operations Evaluation Board will meet in the UK to consider data collected from flight testing of the 737 Max completed this week.
California-based Boutique Air serves 29 U.S. airports in 17 states nationwide, operating a fleet of 27 Pilatus PC-12-45 and PC-12-47 aircraft.
Coronavirus safety measures will cause airports to reach saturation capacity at 60 to 75 percent of their peak 2019 traffic levels.
SAS, Frenchbee and three ANSPs agree to participate in Airbus’s latest project aimed at reducing fuel burn.