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The International Civil Aviation Organization considers the rollout of new dual-frequency multi-constellation standards a ‘major milestone’.
Scheduled to launch in 2025, the first United eVTOL route will take passengers between O’Hare International Airport and Vertiport Chicago.
Olivier Andriès, CEO of Safran, warns that Europe will fall behind the U.S. if it does not heighten its SAF usage and production ambitions.
Alphabet organizations such as the Regional Airline Association applaud a bill to allow airline pilots to fly until age 67 in the U.S.
The Delta Propel Flight Academy in Vero Beach, Florida, will open its doors to pilot recruits in June.
British Columbia-based regional airline Central Mountain Air has rolled out the iQSMS reporting module to further optimize its safety management.
Europe’s largest low-cost airline launched a petition calling for the European Commission to allow overflights when French controllers stage a strike.
GPS/GNSS signal interference has become more common in the aviation industry.
The first ARJ21 operator outside of China, Indonesian low-cost carrier TransNusa Aviation, prepares for service launch.
Following a rebuke from NTSB chair Jennifer Homendy, the FAA moves to establish rulemaking committee for 25-hour CVR capacity.