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Data gathered from Spire's satellites showed a 43 percent reduction in flights, resulting in a cut in carbon dioxide emissions of just over 70 percent.
ZeroAviation is flight testing a hydrogen-powered six-seat aircraft, but says that by 2040 the technology could carry 200 people more than 3,000 nm.
EmbraerX is stepping up development of a four-seat, all-electric eVTOL, while also preparing a concept of operations for urban air traffic management.
While air traffic levels have plummeted during the Covid pandemic, Air bp still sees a strong case for the continued adoption of SAF.
A soon-to-be-published report will examine why the UK has no SAF industry and what can be done to launch one.
While FIA Connect panelists agreed a mix of approaches will be necessary to achieve zero emissions, Airbus is eying hydrogen for its airliner ambitions.
Roland Berger this week published a roadmap to get the aviation industry to achieve its net zero environmental goals by 2050.
Underlining the association's increasing focus on sustainability, it has elevated its environmental subcommittee to full committee status.
UK government and industry leaders consider the steps they will need to take to generate rapid progress in achieving net-zero carbon objectives.
Despite the aerospace industry's high rate of aluminum aircraft recycling, use of composites is adding a layer of complexity to that effort.